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West Virginia poked the bear. It's never a good idea to poke the bear. A dominant Kentucky squad ran the Mountaineers out of the gym in their Sweet 16 matchup Thursday night, winning to the tune of 78-39. In reality, the game was over within the first few minutes, as the Wildcats flexed their undefeated muscles in head-turning fashion. Show More Summary
The top-seeded Kentucky Wildcats may not have covered the spread in either of their first two games of the 2015 NCAA tournament, but they remain on track for a second straight Elite Eight berth if they can just get by the fifth-seeded West Virginia Mountaineers in the Sweet 16 Thursday in Cleveland. Show More Summary
Now you'll recognize me at NCECA One nice thing about working at Portland Pottery is I always get a handful of pots out of each kiln load. I don't fire all my demos - I'd be buried in a mountain of not-quite-polished pot - but every firing there are a few.This one is a trick I love to show students. Show More Summary
Melo Trimble did his best to keep Maryland in it, but West Virginia's combination of scoring balance and defense allowed the Mountaineers to advance to the Sweet 16 with a 69-59 victory in Sunday's third-round NCAA tournament action. Four West Virginia players scored in double figures. Show More Summary
The Maryland Terrapins take on the West Virginia Mountaineers in the round of 32 on Sunday in the Midwest Region. Who has the edge in this Midwest Region matchup? What are the keys to victory for both teams? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report College Basketball Analyst Jordan Schultz preview this matchup in the video above. Show More Summary
Crimson Peak coming this October Film Crimson Peak Guillermo Del Toro At the Mountains of Madness
For years Guillermo del Toro has been a filmmaker who makes his loves and influences known. For ten of those years he has been carrying an adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's At the Mountains of Madn...
In this feature, I ask comic creators that I like a lot to recommend a great comic that they’d like to see spotlighted. Today’s creator is Cullen Bunn, writer and creator of the Eisner Award nominated series The Sixth Gun, as well as Magneto and various Deadpool series at Marvel, Sinestro and Lobo at DC, […]
“Mountain Of Madness” (originally aired 2/2/1997) In which sitting is the great leveler, from the mightiest pharaoh to the lowliest peasant... If any point came across from the plethora of content that The A.V. Club delivered over the course of Simpsons Week, it’s that The Simpsons is unquestionably the richest show to ever air on television. Show More Summary
The Rev. Al Sharpton was left fuming mad after the Oscars the all-white listt of nominees for this year's Oscar awards were revealed Thursday. "The movie industry is like the Rocky Mountains, the higher you get, the whiter it gets," Sharpton quipped in a statement released Thursday afternoon. Show More Summary
Image via MAD First Frank Gehry weighed in, and now, architecture critic Michael Sorkin has come to the defense of Chicago's current plan for the Lucas Museum, and Ma Yansong's mountainous design, largely in response to Chicago Tribune architecture critic...
Here, more or less, is the plot of Owen Pallett’s new “Infernal Fantasy” video: The snow glows white on the mountain tonight, not a footprint to be seen. Pallett released his In Conflict album earlier this year, and he’s already made videos for “The Riverbed,” “Song For Five & Six,” and the title track. The [...]
Stephen Colbert sold his soul on Tuesday night to get election updates — while hawking wifi access for $12. Colbert’s journey to the “mountain of midterm madness” was prompted by the barrage of election-night gimmicks news channels were pushing for their viewers,...
Image via MAD Architects San Francisco rejected the plan, Chicago officials welcomed it with open arms, and now, mere months later, following promises of organic sponginess from George Lucas himself, Beijing's MAD Architects have unveiled their preliminary design for Chicago's...
With Legendary’s Thomas Tull on hand, fanboy fave Guillermo del Toro didn’t waste his SRO Saturday audience in Hall H. After premiering electric and ambitious first-look footage from his Gothic romance Crimson Peak, del Toro unabashedly polled the enthusiastic crowd asking if they’d like to see another sequel to his Hellboy films. Show More Summary
Guillermo del Toro is a very busy man. We recently learned that he will be doing a small black and white film prior to shooting PACIFIC RIM 2 for an April 7, 2017 release date, while also developing an animated PACIFIC RIM series. He’s...Show More Summary
Guillermo del Toro recently revealed more details about his animated adapation of 'Pacifc Rim', while hinting at two different theatrical cuts for 'At the Mountains of Madness'. [...]
Guillermo del Toro always seems to have a dozen films on his plate. One of them that has been simmering for a while is his dream project that’s been in cinema purgatory for years: H.P. Lovecraft’s At the Mountains of Madness. Recently he stated that he’s considering compromising with Universal to bring his vision to […]
As maybe the biggest monster lovers of their respective eras, Guillermo del Toro and H.P. Lovecraft are definitely Drift compatible. But like any Jaeger-style mind meld, the bonding of their brains—one living, the other long dead—could result in a lot of expensive mayhem. Show More Summary