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It Follows Director's New Gig: Developing A Mystery Series For TV

Great news for fans of indie horror smash It Follows: director David Robert Mitchell is bringing his retro-artful-terrifying touch to the small screen, in the form of a crime series titled Mr. Postman. As the title suggests, it’s about a postman. Who solves mysteries. Dark mysteries. » 4/23/15 8:00pm 4/23/15 8:00pm

New Jersey Game Store Swatting Takes An Uglier Turn

Gamers attending a monthly social gathering at Digital Press Video Games in Clifton, New Jersey Saturday evening had no idea the sudden massive police presence outside the store was pointed their way, until a caller posing as a fire department representative started giving them questionable instructions. » 3/29/15 2:46pm 3/29/15 2:46pm

Houdini Is Scully And Doyle Is Mulder In A New Victorian X-Files Show

Yep, it's official: the creators of The Librarian and House are joining forces for a 10-episode series about "the unlikely real-life friendship between Sherlock Holmes author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and illusionist Harry Houdini." And the two iconic figures will be solving crimes of the supernatural variety. » 3/19/15 6:00pm 3/19/15 6:00pm

Five Fear Mongering Stories That Are True (But Overblown)

The media loves blowing little things up into huge stories. Whether it's something in your refrigerator that's out to kill you or a the filthiness of a jacuzzi, most of this stuff is meant to grab your attention long enough to scare you without actually explaining anything. But some of this stuff is worth paying… » 10/31/14 2:05am 10/31/14 2:05am

O.C.P. Now Stands For 'Opening Crap Pitch'

RoboCop threw out the ceremonial first pitch in Detroit today, and it was only marginally better than his latest movie. His appearance was supposed to coincide with an unveiling of the long-dreamt-of statue everyone wants to see planted in old Detroit, but alas, that didn't really come off, either. » 6/04/14 12:28am 6/04/14 12:28am

Was That Just a Gamma Ray Burst in Andromeda?! (Updated: No, but still…

The Swift Gamma-Ray Burst Mission just saw something bright in the Andromeda Galaxy. It was either a Gamma-Ray Burst or an Ultraluminous X-Ray Object, but either way it will be the closest event we've ever observed. ...unless it's just a known X-ray object, a programming bug, and a thunderstorm.. » 5/27/14 8:23pm 5/27/14 8:23pm