Jonathan Lynn’s 1985 Clue, based on the popular board game, was a wild and whacky murder mystery that was as much fun as it was challenging. Following six guests who are invited to a strange house and must cooperate with the staff in order to solve a murder mystery, it has since become a cult […]
As spring slipped into summer in 1816, something very strange happened. The months went by—April, May, June, July—but summer declined to show up. In May, the Eastern United States was beset by frost, killing crops. By July, upstate New York was so cold that everything had ceased to grow. Show More Summary
The two-time U.S. Open winner was surprised to see Jon Rahm and Andrew Landry chatting.
Would you voluntarily wear a ‘God helmet’ whose owner claimed it would allow you to ‘experience’ God? Would you do it for science instead of religion? Do you think you’d be more likely to have the ‘experience’ if you were at a music festival? What about if you were under the influence of a different... Read more »
The following is an article from The Annals of Improbable Research, now in all-pdf form. Get a subscription now for only $25 a year! Research About Questions That Might Strike You As Being Strangecompiled by Alice Shirrell Kaswell, Improbable...Show More Summary
Sean Gaffney on Under The Air. here's a twitter essay about the strange positions into which editors can be put with their allegiances to creators and to their place within the overall publishing machine. pretty sure I've never seen...Show More Summary
Animal babies are pretty cute, and there are many stories of animals rearing babies that aren't their own--sometimes even from different species. Scientists hope to one day harness this instinct and trick gray wolves from dwindling populations into rearing pups born in captivity. Show More Summary
A strange creature lurks within one of Siberia’s biggest cities. The bizarre beast looks like the ludicrous lovechild of a fierce feline and an oversized rodent. It could both pounce on its prey with classic cat-like prowess or thwack it on the head with its flat tail. The symbol of Irkutsk, Russia, is a mythological monster known as the babr. Show More Summary
The strange rock found in Australia bore a striking resemblance to some very distant geology.
It's a strange opinion from an attorney and law professor. Because we know what happens when abortion is banned or inaccessible. The post In New Book, A Pro-Choice Author Who Says Abortion’s Legality Is Beside the Point appeared first on Rewire.
Emmanuel Macron has managed to pay Donald Trump a rather backhanded compliment while insisting the pair are on good terms, stating in an interview: “He’s not a classical politician.” The French president, who shared a strange, much-reported upon handshake with Trump in July last year, made the...
When you think of mattresses you probably don’t think of innovation. But that’s just where industry disruption is taking place right now. Learn more about the online mattress from this infographic!
Back in 2014, author Dustin McNeill released the book Phantasm Exhumed: The Unauthorized Companion, a 268 page examination of the entire PHANTASM franchise - which at that time only consisted of four feature films, with a fifth on the way. Show More Summary
Oh Aer Lingus! Why did you ruin my day? I spent an outrageous amount of time on the phone yesterday for a task that should have taken at most two minutes. It’s still not done! What is this strange request that nobody could do for me? Select seats. That’s right, I wanted to choose a […]
This has the whiff of a pickup-artist seminar about it ("Being able to keep eye contact with a girl is a sign of confidence and the first step to getting her attracted"), but it's also a strange and wonderful music video in its own right. Show More Summary
Among living things, the color blue is oddly rare. Blue rocks, blue sky, blue water, sure. But blue animals? They are few and far between. And the ones that do make blue? They make it in some very strange and special ways compared to other colors. Show More Summary
Spoilers ahead… Read the full review on Film Companion, here: http://www.filmcompanion.in/carbon-movie-review/ Venu’s Carbon begins with Hydrogen and Oxygen: water, in other words. The credits appear over big, fat drops of what seems like rain. But where are we? Inside a car, watching a downpour through the windshield? Inside a house, perhaps, near a window? This […]
Animated map of the changing borders and population of Europe: every year since 400 BC. Why all the actors from Hollywood’s Golden Age have such a distinct and strange accent. We All Nearly Missed The Largest Underwater Volcano Eruption...Show More Summary
Researchers have developed a new technique for making metamaterials with nanoscale structures that can be tuned with strange optical properties. Using gold nanoparticles attached to strands of DNA that would shrink and stretch on demand,...Show More Summary
There's a strange tint to our relationship. I would watch him set up his shot and feel relieved with the fact that I hadn't gotten to that point.