Wotta week that was. You talked with Peter Wingfield of Highlander, those damn dirty apes invaded San Francisco, and physics had to explain an impossible soccer kick. Also, here's a massive trailer for almost every film of the modern age!
This trailer is from Youtube user Khameleon808, who chopped up 15 minutes of trailer footage and set it to the buzzed-out music of the Los Angeles-based electronic band Glitch Mob. Thanks to the always informative Log1c for the heads up on this rad video!
Greatest geek moments from the 2010 Emmys
Last night's Emmy awards left a lot of genre fans feeling disappointed: Lost was snubbed left and right, along with True Blood and a few others. But there were also some amazing geek shout-outs.
You can safely stick your hand in liquid nitrogen...but you probably shouldn't
Liquid nitrogen is famously one of the world's coldest substances, freezing and shattering anything it comes into contact with. But if you know what you're doing, you can safely stick your hand in it - as one brave blogger demonstrated.
Daniel Stamm, director of "The Last Exorcism," explains the movie's ambiguous ending
The Last Exorcism was the weekend's most popular movie, and the crazy ending had people debating what it all meant. We talked to director Daniel Stamm, who gave his perspective - and told us why horror needs realism. Major spoilers!
Rise of the Apes' primates run wild through San Francisco
Curious as to how the new Planet of The Apes prequel plans on capturing the apes that started the simian uprising? Check out our exclusive sneak peek on set, and see the brand new ape men.
Want to understand Inception? Read the screenplay!
Many of us have watched Christopher Nolan's Inception a few times by now, trying to follow the dizzying multi-layered storyline. But there's no substitute for reading the actual shooting script, with Nolan's hand-written notes. Here's what we've learned from it.
The hurricane-damaged remains of Six Flags New Orleans
When Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005, one of its victims was Six Flags New Orleans, which was flooded for a month after the storm. The park has been closed indefinitely since then, but urban explorers will still venture in.
Peter Wingfield answers 11 of your deepest Highlander questions!
Peter Wingfield's Methos was probably the most enigmatic and fascinating character in the Highlander TV series. So it's awesome that Wingfield has taken the time to answer 11 of your most pressing Highlander questions.
A syllabus and book list for novice students of science fiction literature
Want to start reading some science fiction, but aren't sure where to begin? We've put together an introductory scifi lit syllabus just for you.
Physics forced to come up with whole new equation to explain "impossible" soccer kick
In 1997, Brazilian soccer player Roberto Carlos scored on a free kick that first went right, then curved sharply to leftwards in what looked like a physics-defying fluke. We've finally discovered the physics equation that shows it was no fluke.
The secret revealed: Gaze into the face of Buffy's ultimate foe!
If you read the latest issue of Buffy The Vampire Slayer, you know Joss Whedon revealed a shocking secret on the final page. Here's an exclusive look at the cover to Buffy's next issue, which displays the terrible truth! Spoilers!