How Honey, I Shrunk the Kids Taught Me to Love Technology

You might not believe me, but I was kind of a nerd when I was a kid. My family lived out in the mountains, miles away from anyone my age, so I spent my days buried in books and playing with my rock collection. Then, the summer before I started kindergarten, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids hit theaters and my world view… » 7/23/14 8:00pm Wednesday 8:00pm

Humans Could Achieve Digital Immortality Within 30 Years

The Internet isn't just a repository of humanity's information (and porn), it could soon serve as a final resting place for the mind after our bodies wear out. Johnny Depp attempts to do just that—but with disastrous results—in Transcendence. But how close are we to accomplishing the same in real life? Quite close,… » 7/21/14 8:00pm Monday 8:00pm

Watch NASA's Full TV Broadcast of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing Right Here

Exactly 45 years ago today, astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first men to set foot on the moon. And right now, NASA is replaying the full TV broadcast from that fateful day in real-time. Watch it below—it's just as exhilarating today as it must have been 45 years ago. » 7/21/14 12:01am Monday 12:01am

How The Neverending Story Taught Us to Love 80s Synth-Pop

Exactly 30 years ago today, the world saw The NeverEnding Story for the first time. It was a time before CGI, when you had to make fantasy movies with puppets. But nothing feels old fashioned about the synth-laden, sunset-colored theme song by Giorgio Moroder. The flying dragon-dog was pretty cool, too. » 7/20/14 6:10pm Sunday 6:10pm

UnHung Hero: A Film of, Well, Moderately Small Proportions

It's man's most-pondered question: Does size matter? While there are social and scientific explanations of the varying size of male genitalia, I feel as though none of them truly answer the question for the individual. They seem rather to quell the ongoing question only temporarily, but without an answer you can take… » 7/18/14 8:00pm 7/18/14 8:00pm

The Greatest Eulogy of All Time For a Broadway Legend

Elaine Stritch passed away today at the age of 89. While the Broadway legend had decades of iconic live performances under her belt, tonight's a good time to celebrate her life on the small screen: As Colleen Donaghy in 30 Rock with a eulogy—The Greatest Eulogy of All Time—written and delivered by her onscreen son,… » 7/17/14 8:00pm 7/17/14 8:00pm

Watch La Jetée, the Incredible Experiment That Inspired 12 Monkeys

Syfy's forthcoming 12 Monkeys TV show is actually more than 50 years in the making. If you read the previews, you'll know that the show is based on the 1995 Terry Gilliam flick starring Bruce Willis. What you might not know is that that the Gilliam movie is based on a much older, much weirder short film by French… » 7/15/14 8:00pm 7/15/14 8:00pm

Trust Me, Don't Trust The B In Apartment 23 Is Actually Worth A Watch

On July 19, Logo TV will air a marathon of ABC's short-lived sitcom Don't Trust The B In Apartment 23, including eight episodes never aired during the original run. Why should you care? Because Don't Trust The B was a funny, underrated show, despite its stupid title. It is not fair that it is gone and the wretched 2… » 7/14/14 8:00pm 7/14/14 8:00pm

Modern Photography Would Not Exist Without George Eastman

George Eastman, inventor, businessman, and philanthropist, was born on this day 160 years ago. His innovations in standardized film and portable cameras made the nascent field of photography accessible to the layperson. Tonight, let's celebrate his birthday with a look back at PBS's George Eastman: The Wizard of… » 7/12/14 8:00pm 7/12/14 8:00pm

This Fantastic Animated Film Will Take You On A Bizarro Tour De France

The Tour de France has kicked off, which means tonight is the perfect time to snuggle up on the sofa and watch The Triplets of Belleville. The animated feature follows a badass little granny (with a limp and hint of mustache) as she tracks down her cyclist grandson who's been kidnapped by the French mafia. » 7/08/14 8:20pm 7/08/14 8:20pm

Celebrate Seinfeld's 25th With The Story Behind the Show About Nothing

While we were busy celebrating America's birthday, another anniversary snuck by us: on July 5th, Seinfeld turned 25 years old. And despite being old enough to drink, smoke, and drive a rental car, the show is still a nearly-universal cultural reference. The one-hour documentary Seinfeld: How it Began is required… » 7/06/14 8:00pm 7/06/14 8:00pm

Be a Patriot: Rewatch Independence Day This Fourth of July Weekend

It is America's birthday party and you should probably be standing in a backyard, eating a hot dog and drinking a shandy, looking at a flag if not actively waving one, as expensive fireworks crackle in the distance and strains of Bruce Springsteen play through your neighbor's ostentatiously expensive new stereo system. » 7/04/14 7:00pm 7/04/14 7:00pm