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Man Invents ‘Euthanasia Coaster’ To Offer The Suffering A Euphoric Exit

Beforeyougetcompletelyappalledattheveryideaofa“euthanasiacoaster,”understandwherecreator JulijonasUrbonas wascomingfrom.Heknewfullywellitwouldneverbebuilt,butwantedtocreateawaytokillterminallyillpeople,inhiswords,“humanelywitheleganceandeuphoria.”Thus,heenvisionedthe“euthanasiacoaster.”Nottobeconfusedwith thisbeastwetalkedaboutsomemonthsback.

Ellie Goulding Drops "Fifty Shades" Track: Listen Now!

We're quickly approaching the Valentine's Day release date for "Fifty Shades of Grey" and Ellie Goulding got fans excited today after dropping her track from the sexy flick. The blonde beauty shared her power ballad "Love Me Like You...Show More Summary

CCP shows historical player age distribution in EVE

"Every EVE player likes math, or at least the potential destruction it unlocks," CCP says in the comments of its latest YouTube vid. The reel is basically one minute and 38 seconds worth of graph porn showing how EVE's players have "matured"...Show More Summary

Bit.Trip studio Choice Provisions teaming up with Intel for skeleton astronaut game Laserlife

Choice Provisions has been teasing Laserlife since the studio was called Gaijin Games. Back in 2010, Jonathan Holmes talked to Alex Neuse about the idea, but the trail went dark for a few years after that. Last year when the studio changed its name, it mentioned that the game was still in development. Show More Summary

18-Year-Old Sofia Vergara's Wedding Pics Prove She Doesn't Age

Sofia Vergara, 42, reportedly got engaged to "Spider-Man" star Joe Manganiello over the holidays. But the "Modern Family" actress has walked down the aisle before: When she was 18, she married her childhood sweetheart, Joe Gonzalez. Interestingly...Show More Summary

Julian Yuri Rodriguez Made a Short Film About What Scares White People

[vimeo src='//' width='500' height='281'] There's always something lurking beneath the surface in Miami-filmmaker Julian Yuri Rodriguez's work. In his second short, Lake Mahar, which premiered at the Borscht Film Festival, it's a sense of invasion. Show More Summary

A Supercut Shows What Makes Alfred Hitchcock’s Movies Look So Hitchcockian

There are few filmmakers who have inspired as many supercuts, montages, and video essays as Alfred Hitchcock, but “The Hitchcock Gallery,” created by filmmaker Steven Benedict, may be the most impressive yet. In it, Benedict highlights...Show More Summary

Reality Check: Ghost in the Shell Will Be Another Generic Action Movie

For those excited for a robust, live-action version of Ghost in the Shell, I’ve got some bad news for you. The announcement of Scarlett Johannson signing on to star is a sign that this thing is a bit more real than it was before, but it’s destined to look a lot more like Aeon Flux than Blade Runner, and there’s a simple reason for that. Show More Summary

Meet Khaled Abol Naga, Egypt's International Treasure

Khaled Abol Naga photographed by Brigitte Lacombe, courtesy of Doha Film Institute I need a hero. It's the reason I watch films, looking for what politicians, warmongers, our so-called diplomats and those giant corporations haven't given the world yet. Show More Summary

Soderbergh Is Just Like Us; Here's Everything the Director Watched Last Year

3 weeks agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Semi-retired (for now) film director Steven Soderbergh is an interesting guy, not just because of his movies; even though he's ostensibly slowed down, Soderbergh is still a whirlwind of activity. From making ten episodes of The Knick for Cinemax, to...

VIDEO: Action Camp’s “You Don’t Even Know My Name”

Action Camp – You Don’t Even Know My Name (Official Music Video) from Eyes to the Sky Films on Vimeo. The folks in Action Camp may say “You Don’t Even Know My Name” but by getting familiar with their sound, you can change things around for them. The song is taken from their latest project […]

‘A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night’ Director Making a Dystopian Romance, Megan Ellison Producing

It took a year for the vampire western A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night to really build momentum after its Sundance debut last year, but the debut feature from writer/director Ana Lily Amirpour has really made an impression on people now. Show More Summary

Why Representation Matters: A Thank You Letter to Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino

If you were to ask me on the street what my favorite childhood franchise was it would be difficult for me to answer you immediately. Harry Potter and seasons 1-5 of Pokémon would certainly be honorable mentions, but Nickelodeon's Avatar:...Show More Summary

Simpsons Trek

3 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi : TrekToday

Sunday night’s The Simpsons episode, The Man Who Came to Be Dinner, featured a Star Trek closing credit. In The Man Who Came to Be Dinner, the Simpsons visited the home planet of the aliens Kang and Kodos. Running for approximately a minute, the credits included references to the original series with Marge as Vina […]

Dark Romantic Comedy 'Accidental Love' Gets A Trailer

It may have taken a very long time, and come off of a very bumpy road, but Accidental Love is on the verge of actually being seen! For those of you that don't know the backstory, the film began as a David O. Russell (American Hustle, The Fighter, Silver Linings Playbook) joint, before production came to a standstill in 2008. Show More Summary

Short Films in Focus: "The Voyagers"

On August 20, 1977, NASA launched the first Voyager spacecraft, carrying with it a gold disc, a record of life on Earth. The disc contains pictures of animals, the arts, mothers nursing children, monuments, anything that contributes to humanity and the overall experience of life on Earth (for more specifics, you should visit The NASA Voyager Site). Show More Summary

Kanye’s Journey Through The Five Stages Of Grief And His Grand Return


‘The Simpsons’ Does Star Trek During Last Night’s Closing Credits

3 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi :

After an interplanetary episode of The Simpsons last night, the show ended with some rather familiar closing credits played to the Star Trek The Original Series closing theme. Check out the video after the jump, and see how many references you can name! The Simpsons do Trek In last night’s episode of The Simpsons, “The […]

The Song of Seven coming to Wii U eShop this year

The Song of Seven Pre-Alpha Video from Eric Blomquist on Vimeo. The Song of Seven is a fantasy adventure game told in five chapters through the eyes of Kiba-- an energetic, daydreaming, sarcastic Auroki who changes his world with empathy and compassion. Show More Summary

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