Rather than being marginal, the apocalypse in 2012 is firmly entrenched in mainstream popular culture. Why? Perhaps because the apocalypse serves as a form of daydreaming escape from a world that looks radically different from just a decade ago.
Ryan McArthur of the Toronto-based art shop Design Different has created a fantastic series of Zombie Safe Zone Maps of popular cities that chart escape routes from the undead apocalypse. They are available to purchase online. Each ... Read Post
On May 22, 1980, the video game world truly went mainstream. “Pong” and “Space Invaders” were huge, sure, but when “Pac-Man” hit the scene, it was something completely different. The yellow dude with the insatiable appetite for powe... Read Post
This isn't a surprise at all. "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part I" had a huge opening weekend grossing $123 million making it the biggest debut of 2014. That number puts the third "Hunger Games" installment ahead of Paramount's J... Read Post