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The Hottest Trend In Upcoming TV Shows? Remakes

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Last year this time, high-concept ideas were making waves among the big TV networks. But according to Deadline this year's winning pitches were medical dramas, and remakes of old TV shows and movies. Read more...

Ouija (2014)

NOVEMBER 23, 2014 GENRE: SUPERNATURAL, TEEN SOURCE: THEATRICAL (REGULAR SCREENING) It's been a long time since I've written a full review for a movie I'd almost deem "Crap", but dammit if Ouija wasn't THAT insulting that I felt I had...Show More Summary

November 26, 2014: Welcome to the Gun Show – Part II!

Prep continues on Dark Matter!  The other day, we had our follow-up gun meeting as we move toward arming our kick-ass crew.  It’s a dangerous galaxy out there! The base model for the weapon of choice the Ferrous Corp soldiers (corporate guards) will be carrying.  Each corporation (Ferrous Corp, The Mikkei Combine, Traugott, Volkov-Rusi) will have […]

The Most Unusual Local Dishes To Add To Your Holiday Table

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

On Thanksgiving, it's really all about the sides. But which sides? There are the standards that appear all over the nation: stuffing, mashed potatoes, yams, cranberries (for some unfathomable reason). But there are also some dishes unique to individual locales. Here are some of our commenters' favorites. Read more...

Supernatural Proves It Can Still Surprise Us Sometimes

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At first blush, this was another episode of Supernatural in which the boys deal with a case of the week, while a half-dozen subplots keep humming along. Castiel's budding romance, Crowley's crisis of leadership, that Cole guy, etc. etc. But unexpectedly, this episode proved that Supernatural still has some decent tricks up its sleeve. Read more...

The Best ‘Thanksgiving’ Movie That Never Was!

Today we give thanks to Dimension Films’ 2007 Grindhouse for which gave us the delicious bounty known as “Thanksgiving.” Included in the epic feature film project from Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez were a series of faux trailers from the hottest horror directors around. One such trailer was for Eli Roth’s Thanksgiving, which at one […]

The New ReBoot Series Is Still Happening, And Now Has A Title

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Here is an itty bitty update on the "reimagining" of the beloved CG-animated TV series ReBoot (or the ReBoot reboot, if you will). Apparently, the new show is still in the works and now has a logo and title. Read more...

This 1973 Star Trek PSA Is One Of The Earliest Depictions Of Space Junk

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Star Trek predicted a lot of things we take for granted now — everything from tablet computers to cellphones. But this 1973 public service announcement, featuring the voices of the original cast, is one of the first depictions of the huge problem of space junk. Read more...

The ‘Leprechaun’ and ‘American Werewolf In London’ Box Set That Never Was…

Here’s another sad Black Friday story that coincides with our look at the Samara figure from The Ring that never was, as well as SOTA’s Tremors box set that also went defunct. The headline teases two figure sets that were also set to be included in SOTA’s ‘Now Playing Series 4?, but were never released. […]

Paranormal Activity 5: The Ghost Dimension now shooting and will be 3D

Our brothers in gore Bloody-Disgusting just got an exclusive confirmation that Paramount Pictures PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 5: THE GHOST DIMENSION is presently shooting (trying to make that original March 13, 2015 release date) and will sport post-conversion 3D. Show More Summary

Everyday Things You Didn't Know Were Invented By NASA

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

When you think of the US space program, spaceships and satellites may be the first thing that comes to mind, but there are plenty of mundane items that we take for granted that we have thanks to NASA and its contractors. Here are just a few examples of how NASA has improved life on Earth. Read more...

I love this weird idea.

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I love this weird idea. A design group in Hong Kong has come up with a concept design for "parasitic robots" that would roam the city at night drawing power from annoying neon signs and sucking up carbon to feed little plant farms growing on their bodies. I want to live in a world where these robots fly free. Read more...

The Largest Solar Plant In The World Is Now Operational

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Called Topaz, it's located in San Luis Obispo County, California. The plant recently completed its final 40-megawatt phase, making it the first 500-plus megawatt solar farm to come online in the United States — and the largest online plant in the world. Read more...

Super Spoilery Jupiter Ascending Trailer Finally Explains The Plot

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This spoiler-filled trailer to the Wachowskis' long awaited Jupiter Ascending drama literally spells out the entire premise. And I'm still kind of confused. Earth is part of an industry? Whatever, Eddie Redmayne is fabulous. Read more...

Space Skulls And Roided Out Chickens And Zombie Chicks, Oh My!

Well, this is a weird one, to put it mildly. UK garage rock band Love Buzzard have released an official music video for their track “Give It Some Range” and it’s a doozy. Animated by Russell Taysom, the video is a psychedelic freak show that features twisted visuals that may potentially be NSFW. “Give It […]

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