Is it the Godzilla El Niño or harbinger of a future hell? Weird, deadly weather has been sweeping the country for the past week, from tornadoes and blizzards in the Southwest, to historic flooding in the corn belt. If one thing’s certain, it’s that the hottest, climatically wackiest year on record is going out with a…
Second-year students at the Animation Workshop in Denmark were tasked with creating 30-second CG trailers inspired by classic movies. The group that was assigned Alien decided not to do a straight tribute, but instead mixed a bit of Jules Verne in with their scifi horror.
Remember that time columnist Maureen Dowd went to Colorado, holed up in her hotel room, ate some pot candy, and freaked out because she ate way too much? And remember how everybody was making fun of her? Well, I identified with that story a little too much. I know those feels, Maureen.
It's the explanation you've always wanted: V For Vendetta and Watchmen author Alan Moore talking about the British school of apocalyptic science fiction, and the influence it's had on his own work.
The current Swine Flu pandemic headlines read like those flashing through the intro sequence of a post-apocalyptical movie. Now you can see the cases spreading in real time—as the WHO declares them—in Google Maps. Updated
You know what I could use right about now? An old-school SCTV parody of Lost, with Catherine O'Hara as Juliet, Andrea Martin as Kate, Eugene Levy as Jack, Rick Moranis as Charlie, Joe Flaherty as Locke, and John Candy as Hurley. But that's not going to happen, so let's review what did. As always, spoilerish stuff…