1997 Explains "How To Cybersex" In Glorious, NSFW Instructional Video

There is nothing about this VHS instructional video, titled How to Have Cybersex on the Internet, that isn't completely amazing. Describing it would only sully its perfection, so just hit play and be awed. Warning: Contains a topless (but censored) lady. After all, who the hell cybersexes with their shirt on? » 7/31/14 8:09am 29 minutes ago

NASA's New Spacecraft Will Have A Star Trek-Like Cockpit

The new Enterprise bridge on Star Trek: TNG replaced buttons and switches with backlit touch panels. This "prophetic" technology was created because production designers didn't have the budget to create and install individually lighted buttons. But, aboard the Orion spacecraft, sci-fi has once again become sci-fact. » 7/31/14 7:00am Today 7:00am

Watch Vin Diesel Proclaim "I Am Groot" In A Variety Of Languages

When Guardians of the Galaxy is released in other countries, the other Guardians may be dubbed by other actors, but not Groot. This video shows Vin Diesel recording Groot's lines — er, line — in several different languages for international releases. Want to know how to say "I am Groot" in Russian? Just watch. » 7/31/14 6:41am Today 6:41am

The Directors and Star Explain the Heart and Soul of The Boxtrolls

The Boxtrolls is rapidly becoming one of the best looking and funniest films of this year. But when we spoke to star Isaac Hempstead-Wright and directors Graham Annable and Anthony Stacchi, all insisted that the look and the humor was secondary to the film's commitment to telling an emotionally true story. » 7/31/14 2:31am Today 2:31am

Star Trek: Prelude to Axanar has been released

I've embedded the trailer*, but you can watch the the full 21 minute prelude to the feature length film about the first major Federation/Klingon war, staring Tony Todd, Kate Vernon, Michael Hogan, Richard Hatch, J.G. Hertzler, Gary Graham & Alec Peters on Kickstarter. If you like Star Trek you should watch it. » 7/31/14 3:37am Today 3:37am

New measurements, published today in Nature, indicate the moon is shaped "like a lemon with a small bulge in the middle." That's okay, of course; Earth isn't perfectly round, either. The Sun, on the other hand, may be the most perfect natural sphere in the known Universe. » 7/30/14 6:00pm Yesterday 6:00pm