Back in the day, I only liked two things about The Flintstones: the wacky animal-powered contraptions that emulated devices like record players and Bam-Bam’s super-strength. Some of the former shows up in DC Comics’ new reboot of the Hanna-Barbera classic, surrounded by updated existential weirdness.
Wow — there's going to be a Flintstones movie that might actually be good. Huh.
Animation Domination High-Def continues with its brilliant series of scientifically accurate cartoons. Now it's time for the Flintstones, a homo erectus family that were common cannibals. Gross and hilarious, as always.
ADHD continues its scientifically accurate rampage across the animation world, this time intent on destroying everything you enjoyed about Bedrock's most beloved inhabitants, the Flintstones. Please, no one tell the Creationists — they've had a rough enough week already.
By Amanda Yesilbas and Charlie Jane Anders. It's Monday, the day when we all recognize how powerless we are in the face of a cruel, unbending cosmos. But what if we could have a best friend with the power to reshape reality, or work miracles with the snap of a finger? Our lives would still suck, according to science…
TV personality Dick Clark Malibu home will look familiar to fans of a certain prehistoric cartoon family. And with the house on the market, you can own your own slice of Bedrock — to the tune of $3.5 million.
This is the Stone House, a home built in the middle of the Fafe Mountains, in Portugal, rising in the middle of a wind farm. It uses two gigantic granite stones for its main structure, linked with a concrete mix.
What can $26,000 buy you these days? Perhaps a pedal powered EV hybrid? The Twike was designed way back in the 80's, and it was put together by students in Switzerland who dreamt of
the Flintstones every night
a greener transportation mode. Germany's Fine Mobile GmBH took a liking to the invention, by adding electric…
Watching Alan Cumming unzip his head of cutsey braids as the "Scarecrow" in the SciFi Channel's Tin Man last night reminded me of another role he played as Nightcrawler, the crazy blue mutant from X-Men 2 . . . and another role as a freaky god named Loki in Son of the Mask. He's always this ambiguously gay elfish…