Monsters, long hidden in the shadows, take over the Earth in The Purge of Babylon, first in a series by Sam Sisavath. Read the rest
Angry with Chinese homeowners who refuse to sell out, the country's eager and rapacious developers call their houses "stubborn nails" that can't be pounded into wood. Read the rest
President Barack Obama saluted Americans who died in battle on Memorial Day, saying the country must "never stop trying to fully repay them" for their sacrifices.
Rumor: Governor Bobby Jindal broke off trade relations with Ireland after the country legalized gay marriage.
Showtime seems determined to do its new season of Twin Peaks right: according to new details revealed at this weekend's Crypticon, the season will be nearly twice as long as originally projected, will feature a score from original composer and perpetual bad-ass Angelo Badalamenti, and will be filmed on the Washington State set.
Horror fans like movies that bring some bloody thrills and chills into their lives, and they can't get enough of the jump scares, the dark humor and, of course, the deadly terror. Horror fan-atics should head to the NeatoShop for all their ghoulish gear, where you'll find a frightfully fun assortment of t-shirts featuring your favorite fiends. Show More Summary
I'm not sure this man knows how video evidence works...
Giant isopods are among the most awesomely creepy creatures on earth. We love that Japan is so fascinated by them that they snack on miniature isopod-shaped sausages, protect their phones with nightmarish giant isopod iPhone cases, and now cuddle up with plush versions of the giant armored bugs. Show More Summary
A racist letter was sent anonymously to a family in Lindenhurst, Long Island, probably by an old racist who will die soon. Looks like somebody taught gramps how to use Microsoft Word. (via Patch) If you are fuming over the letter pictured above, you are not alone. Show More Summary
Step aside Rolling Stones, this one-man baby band has got you beat Jonah Penna, an 8-month-old L.A. resident, is putting rock stars decades older than him to shame with his musical abilities, playing the mini-piano, guitar, drums and tambourine all on his own. Show More Summary
The land speed record for a regular bus has been shat on. "Bus Hound," powered by biomethane derived from cow manure, clocked 76.785mph in speed trials in England. Read the rest
On May 26, 1828, the citizens of Nürnberg (Nuremburg), Germany, received quite a surprise when they found a teenage boy wandering around town, alone and mumbling nonsense. At first, he wouldn’t say much—only that his father was onceShow More Summary
(YouTube link) Wherever you go today, don’t forget your towel! Today is Towel Day, a date set aside to remember author Douglas Adams and his works, particularly The Hitchiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. For the occasion, the astronauts of the European Space Agency (ESA) show how they celebrate on the International Space Station. Show More Summary
It’s live comedy time… start planning now. Which shows are you going to see? These? Ones closer to home? (Ones closer to home would make more sense. Why would you travel to Milwaukee if you live in Miami?) Get off the couch!
Photographer Sando Ujvari headed to the 7th Kunsag Beard Festival in Hungary, where masterpieces were on show from across the world. Above, Norbert Topf of Germany.
A farmer, criticized for allowing sheep-shearers to swear at his animals, joked that the animals have never complained about salty language. Read the rest
BATON ROUGE (The Borowitz Report) – In the aftermath of Irish voters legalizing gay marriage, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has used his emergency powers to ban all Irish products from the state.