When it comes to evaluating the financial performance of top movies, it isn't about what a film grosses at the box office. The true tale is told when production budgets, P&A, talent participations and other costs collide with box office grosses and ancillary revenues from VOD to DVD and TV. Show More Summary
Adam Strange meets the Quest family. Batman meets Top Cat. This could get weird.
Online is a strange and terrifying place. It’s enabled us to connect with one another, advance the causes of science and culture, and unite the world with a glowing net of data. It’s […] The post Internet Gutter: Masturbation Gaming appeared first on Geek.com.
Caroline Weaver, the owner of CW Pencil Enterprise, a specialty pencil shop in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, has managed to make the dream of obsessives come true: What if this thing I love, this strange small thing, could be my job? For...Show More Summary
Courts in New Zealand and India have granted legal personhood status to three rivers. The strange status is meant to protect the waters from pollution, but the measure could lead to unintended consequences, while undermining efforts to grant personhood status to living beings who actually deserve it. Read more...
Has your Friday not been strange enough? Well, if so, here’s some good news. Over at AMERICAblog, John Aravosis has flagged an upcoming “world exclusive” from infamous supermarket tabloid National Enquirer, that essentially fingers President Donald Trump’s ousted National Security Adviser Lt. Show More Summary
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Captain Kirk and his trusted landing party are ready to beam down to a strange new world on the Star Trek Transporter 12oz Heat-Changing Mug. This 12-ounce mug features top-secret Federation technology from the future that allows Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, Dr. McCoy, and Lt. [...]
SUNDAY Where’d everybody go? The strange disappearance of settlers in Colonial-era Virginia is revisited in “Roanoke: A Mystery Carved in Stone” and the follow-up special “Return to Roanoke: Search for the Seven.” 8 and 9 p.m. History Channel Gothic girls: The fact-based 2016 drama “To Walk Invisible:...
Japanese “Forest Bathing” and getting high on hinoki feature this week as we look at the ‘The Nature Fix’ and the disease fighting, health enhancing benefits of our natural environments. We then examine 19th century cases of strange abductions from Japan that bizarrely mirror David Paulides’ Missing...
There is concern that there is a cluster or, perhaps, a spike in missing persons cases in the DC area where the missing person is either an African American or Latina teen girl. The figure is startling — more than a dozen black and Latina teens have been reported missing in D.C. since March 1. The […]
Those of you who devour Young Adult fiction will probably know Laini Taylor’s name: she’s the author of the Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy
We talk to Waxploitation founder Jeff Antebi about bringing together musicians, visual artists, and actors for the strange and beautiful multimedia project 'Stories for Ways and Means,' ten years in the making.
Following 2016's record-breaking heat (the year marked a new record as regards global average temperature), and 2017's already quite strange weather, we are now in "truly uncharted territory," according to a new report from the World...Show More Summary
What Remains of Edith Finch, the upcoming title by The Unfinished Swan developer Giant Sparrow, is about a young woman exploring her family abode. It's a strange ramshackle concoction predicated on one ludicrous notion: that once a family member dies their room shall remain forever untouched. Show More Summary
When the gang over at How Did This Get Made? gave me the heads up that we were covering Body Parts — a 1991 movie whose premise is as silly as it is strange — I was expecting something schlocky. And while the movie itself isn’t my cup of tea (full disclosure: no horror film is), […] The post HDTGM: A Conversation with Eric Red, Director of ‘Body Parts’ appeared first on /Film.
It all began with a photograph of a lizard posted on Facebook in August 2015 by the Brazilian Herpetology group. It was a strange lizard that had been observed in a residential area near the Port of Santos, São Paulo State, by Ricardo Samelo, a biology student at the Santos Coast campus of the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP).
One particularly strange feature of middle-class family life is the way we train our children to sleep. “Go to your room,” we tell even very young children, “and stay there all night.” We have invented elaborate techniques to support this supposedly essential aspect of child development, implementing...
Come see if Xur’s inventory is worth getting excited about this week. Xur: Agent of the Nine, the Exotics vendor in Destiny, has returned to hopefully tempt you with a new batch of gear and weapons. Xur takes Strange Coins, so make sure you’re loaded up on those before checking out his stack. Xur has […]
Intro & Interview by Zach Baker Headline Photo by Richard Hart PJ Ladd’s Wonderful Horrible Life was an anomaly. For the kids who had their own local crews, it was strange and inspiring for this shop out of Melrose, Massachusetts to release this incredible skate video of people we’d never heard of, and reach as […]