One thing we know for certain about Justin Lin: he loves car movies. I mean he directed four entries in the Fast and Furious series, and was recently tapped for the toy-inspired Hot Wheelsfilm, so his association with the latest Knight Rider reboot makes perfect sense. But you won’t be seeing it on the big screen, or…
When calculating robot body count, do combiners count as one or five? Either way, a ton of sentient machinery is decommissioned in the first episode of Machinima and Hasbro’s Transformers: Combiner Wars.
This is what the first official Transformers animated series for adults looks like. So far, so good.
Damn, Rick and Morty fit surprisingly well within the world of Fallout 4.
Few movies bring me as much pleasure as Starship Troopers. The satire, the seemingly intentionally bad performances, the insane action and never-ending quotable dialogue... it all gels together perfectly. And that makes a video like this one so much better.
Imagine we lived in a galaxy far, far away and the battle of Endor from Return of the Jedi just happened. What would the eventual documentary look like? That’s the question posed and answered by the team behind Real Fake History, a new web series from Machinima.
Before you can understand one of the most popular Tomb Raider porn videos online, you need to know about a key scene in a recent Tomb Raider game.
Gather round the fire, vault dwellers, and let me show you a story. Perhaps you've heard this story before—but probably not like this.
Warlords of Draenor, World of Warcraft's new expansion, takes players to back in time to an alternate reality. No wait, alternate timeline. Maybe? Either way some fans are a bit confused - except for youtuber Scott Leyes, who's taken to parody by recreating a pivotal scene from The Day of The Doctor.
In the pilot for the web series The Gable 5, James Morrison plays a neuroscientist looking to create a cure for war. But he'll need test subjects—and that's naturally where Eliza Dushku comes in.
We're in the second week of a YouTube copyright enforcement crackdown whose most visible effects have been on the video gaming community. Each day turns up a new example of a video getting thrown in YouTube jail on a ridiculous technicality. The situation seems to defy common sense, but we'll try to explain it in…
Tommy Wiseau is known from canyon to fjord to inlet to cul-de-sac as the mastermind behind the cultural singularity known as The Room. And next Sunday, Tommy kicks off his new talk show-cum-video game review-cum-alien abduction web series, The Tommy Wi-Show.
French filmmaker Mathieu Weschler spent two years making The Trashmaster. And that's not the crazy thing. What's insane is that the film's footage (an epic 88-minutes of sex, drugs and violence) is made entirely from scenes in Grand Theft Auto IV.
A modder has painstakingly recreated Disneyland's Indiana Jones: Temple of the Forbidden Eye ride using Valve's undead shooter videogame Left 4 Dead. It's extremely cool, but sadly there are no zombies to be bullwhipped.
Despite the fact that TMZ pays to have eyes everywhere, they couldn't actually get footage of Tiger Woods' mishap with his wife. So what did a Taiwanese news program do? They made their own.
If you are unfamiliar with the roiling cauldron of memes represented by this video, you will feel as if you've stepped off the cultural deep end and into an alternate reality. So let me sort it out for you a little bit.
With The Sims 3 hitting the shelves, it's time to take your avatars to the place they've always belonged: outer space. Or maybe inner space. Or maybe just a post-apocalyptic world. The point is, we want you to turn your The Sims games into science fiction masterpieces and win prizes.