The best movies are never what you think they are. You sit down expecting one thing, and then you get that, and so much more. One of the threads most commonly hidden in films, especially genre films, is a real romance. So in honor of Valentine’s Day, here are eight science fiction movies that are secretly romances.
The only movie that anyone's been able to talk about this week is Interstellar, which by all accounts is incredible. But if, like me, you haven't made it all the way to a movie theatre to catch it, you can at least see the lead actor in one of his earlier sci-fi attempts.
Sticking glass in your eye is objectively a bad idea. And yet, in the 1800s, there were several highly educated individuals repeating that very action.
Ever since humanity has been able to launch projectiles into space to take nosey pictures that make us all feel insignificant, a major priority has been to somehow communicate with any alien life forms that might come across this space detritus and wonder who shot a space probe right into their upper atmosphere. Using…
Apple's changed their technical support rules on the Liquid Contact Indicator that's inside just about all iOS devices so that even if it's triggered, you might still be able to get a replacement. This, supposing you didn't actually dunk your phone.
Some guy's e-mail address is 345 characters long. Mine's only 17 characters long. Damn, he's way bigger than me. Here's his elongated e-mail address in all its glory.
The problem with cool strap-on heads-up displays a few lucky soldiers get to use on the battlefield today is that they're bulky affairs that make them look like half-assed cyborgs. Plus, the interface is limited. The Pentagon wants to develop contact lenses that'll put "first-person-shooter-type video game" graphics…
Travis and I just rolled in last night and immediately hunted down the best and brightest here in Hannover. It's violently cold here, horrible snow, and the expo center is huge-normous.