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Why Guillermo Del Toro Should Tackle At The Mountains Of Madness Next

Now is the time to make Guillermo del Toro's dream of making At The Mountains of Madness a reality. Read on for our reasons why.

Dining at the Grove, drinking in the mountains

The Olympics are almost over, but not to worry: March Madness will be here soon enough! Meanwhile, back to Korean sports coverage, and — if you think like we do — to Korean food. If you didn’t get to all of Jonathan Gold’s 38 favorite Korean restaurants in the last week (right), here’s another...

New Format, More Prize Money at 2018 World Elk Calling Championships

3 months agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

MISSOULA, Mont.—The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation will unveil its own version of March Madness at the 2018 World Elk Calling Championships. Similar to the popular basketball tournament, competitors will now face off in a bracketed format. Show More Summary

'The mountains can drive us to madness'

(Eurac Research) Scientists from Eurac Research and the Medical University of Innsbruck have been researching psychoses at high altitudes and have discovered a new medical entity.

MAD moves mountains for nature-inspired Beijing development

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

After several years in the making, MAD Architects has finally completed its large mixed-use development adjacent to a park in Beijing's central business district. The Chaoyang Park Plaza draws inspiration from Chinese paintings of nature...Show More Summary

MAD Architects-designed residences rise like mountains in a UNESCO Heritage site

MAD Architects just completed the Huangshan Mountain Village, their latest nature-inspired project that mimics the curves of China’s most beautiful mountains in a UNESCO World Heritage site. Located on a ridge, the developments comprise ten unique buildings that rise like individual peaks overlooking Taiping Lake. Show More Summary

A mad pre-dawn scramble to flee flames in Santa Cruz Mountains

Residents of the rugged terrain in the Santa Cruz Mountains are well aware of the natural challenges — earthquakes, mud slides, and wildfires — that are part of the trade-off for living among the firs, redwoods and creeks on the tranquil hillside. Show More Summary

“The Necronomicon” is a Wickedly Cool Lovecraftian Pop-up Book!

From Skinner comes “The Necronomicon”, a pop-up book featuring illustrations from five seminal H.P. Lovecraft stories: The Dunwich Horror, The Shadow Out of Time, The Call of Cthulhu, At The Mountains of Madness and The Colour Out of Space. A bit pricey, three versions of the book are available for pre-order at the book’s official […]

Appalachian State’s a team nobody would want, if football had March Madness

The Mountaineers have a winning identity, an easy Sun Belt schedule, and a countdown until they knock off another Power 5 team. This preview originally published February 21 and has since been updated. Part of the draw of March Madness is the formulaic chaos. Show More Summary

Guillermo del Toro talks At the Mountains of Madness again

H.P. Lovecraft‘s 1931 story AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS was notoriously once set to be a big-budget, R-rated horror movie writer/director Guillermo del Toro. Unfortunately, that adaptation didn't move forward due to the studio fearing a a hard R would cause the movie to flop. Show More Summary

Guillermo del Toro Reflects on Unmade ‘At the Mountains of Madness

Oh what could have been. There was a time when Guillermo del Toro was knee deep in a feature film adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s 1931 novella At the Mountains of Madness, but it of course never came to fruition. The passion project’s origins date back to 2006, and the plan was for the film to be […]

West Virginia's chaotic final possession was March Madness at its worst

The Mountaineers mismanaged their final possession against Gonzaga and lost because of it. The West Virginia Mountaineers had the Gonzaga Bulldogs on the ropes. The Mountaineers patented full-court trap defense rattled the Gonzaga guards. Show More Summary

New Orleans big man destroyed two foes with the first big dunk of March Madness 2017

America, meet Travin Thibodeaux. The New Orleans Privateers and Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers are playing in the NCAA tournament’s First Four round for the right to face No. 1 overall seed Villanova later this week. New Orleans forward...Show More Summary

Appalachian State’s the kind of team nobody would want, if football had March Madness

The Mountaineers have a winning identity, an easy Sun Belt schedule, and a countdown until they knock off another Power 5 team. Part of the draw of March Madness is the formulaic chaos. You know you're going to get buzzer beaters and rushed courts in the mid-major conference tournaments. Show More Summary

Buzz Lightyear Robo Chogokin Toy Review: To Infinity And Beyond The Mountains Of Madness

In recent years, Bandai’s Tamashii Nations has branched out somewhat and created some rather different kinds of toys. Specifically, new types of chogokin that leverage big licenses from various big properties but the latest of these toys are a bit different though and are actually rather great.

Binary Disease: Herbalist Rancor, Election Madness, Kindness Protocol

BINARY DISEASE Treating Polarization With Diversity & Kindness Protocol by Jesse Wolf Hardin Inspired by Election Acrimony, Attacks on Mountain Rose, Posts About Sam Coffman, Disparagement of The AHG, & Rosemary Gladstar’s Advice I have lately felt besieged by both online pre-election stridence, and upset at the way some herbalists have taken to uncaringly attacking [...]

Watch drifter Mike Whiddett take on South Africa’s iconic mountain road Franschhoek Pass

Any time New Zealand drift driver Mike Whiddett gets behind the wheel, you should be paying attention. Mad Mike Whiddett, as is his nickname, is one of the world’s most fearless stars of drifting. His latest “Conquer The Cape” drift video with Red Bull is certainly proof of that. Show More Summary

Danny MacAskill’s Wee Day Out

Trials rider Danny MacAskill is back, and this time he’s riding his mountain bike around the Edinburgh countryside, taking advantage of whatever he can find to show off his mad skills. Danny’s day of leisure sure looks like a workout to us, but he doesn’t crack so much as a sweat.

Watch Mad Mike Whiddett's Insane New Drift Video

Watch Mad Mike Whiddett's Insane New Drift Video Drifting Experience the drive of a lifetime through the mountains of South Africa in "Conquer The Cape". By Jazz Kuschke on 10 October 2016

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