As a continuation to last year’s classic video edit Hell’s Club, where Antonio Maria Da Silva of AMDS Films stitched together famous movie characters into one tremendous club scene, comes this epic bathroom scene. Characters like Tony Montana from Scarface and Tyler Durden from Fight Club can get into a brawl, while…
The kinkiest thing an automaton can wank to is the organic lifeform he’s tried to kill for five years.
It’s never too early to start fostering a deep, almost obsessive love of Star Trek in your children. So while your toddler is innocently rocking back and forth in this lovely wooden USS Enterprise rocking horse, they’ll have no idea they’re secretly being groomed as a future Trekkie.
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Filmmakers have been stop-motion animation for eons, but holy crap man, people have gotten really, really good at it. This video by Vugar Efendi tracks the evolution of stop motion in film starting with The Enchanted Drawing in 1900, which was really just a drawing of a face changing facial expressions, all the way up…
It’s one of the greatest battles ever fought among coders: Should you use the tab button or five spaces when you’re indenting in source-code?
Digital photography is reliable, consistent, and increasingly easy to use. But when it fucks up, boy does it fuck up.
We will never, ever tell you to stare at the sun. Fortunately, we have a far better way for you to get a glimpse of the upcoming ring-of-fire solar eclipse.
Some things are sacred. Some things should only be touched by the meaty, all-knowing fingers of the men who know them best. Some things are just so pure and sacred and special that they’re worth getting all worked up over.
At this stage, we really shouldn’t be surprised by Mark Zuckerberg’s tendencies to behave like someone who thinks he is God. Yet somehow, he always manages to one-up himself.
We shared the first deal on these Rubbermaid FreshWorks containers a few weeks ago, and on several occasions since, and you guys have bought thousands of them, to the point that Amazon has often killed the deal within hours of our posting it. So if you’ve missed out on Amazon’s previous deals, or loved yours so much…
Spotify is resetting the passwords of some of its users after major data breaches lead to loads of login credentials being dumped online. Don’t worry, Spotify hasn’t been hacked. But if you’re using the same password on every service, it’s probably a good idea to reset them.
Dozens of brains and brain parts belonging to victims of the Nazi eugenics campaign—and possibly the Holocaust—have been uncovered during renovations at the Max Planck Psychiatric Institute in Munich, Germany.
Your standard inkjet printer can mostly handle paper, occasionally transparencies, and maybe even blank DVDs while they were still a thing. But Xerox just revealed a towering machine it calls the Direct to Object Inkjet Printer because that’s exactly what it does—it prints on almost any 3D object.
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Artist Anthony Petrie thinks the pop culture art scene has gotten a little stale. So many rehashes of the same ideas, same properties, with the same old techniques. This is art! Do something different! Be bold! And with his upcoming solo show—and a little help from the Predator—he’s doing just that.
It’s been a couple of years since I’ve used a Motorola phone that I could confidently recommend to a friend (RIP Moto X 2013). Today, that sentiment changed when I picked up the new Moto Z Play Droid and its funky camera attachment that magnetically snaps onto the back of the phone, called the Hasselblad True Zoom Mod.