Watch The Simpsons get animated to look like other famous cartoon shows

If you ever wondered what characters from The Simpsons would look like if they got animated in the style of South Park or Archer or Adventure Time or various animes or maybe even made to look like minions, well, here you go. On last night's episode, we got to see what The Simpsons would look like as different cartoons. » 10/20/14 11:35pm Monday 11:35pm

Timeline: All the new superhero movies coming out from now to 2020

ComicsAlliance has published this helpful future timeline of all superhero movies that will come out till 2020. It's a list of all the confirmed ones—its missing "one or two movies from Marvel" in 2019, apparently—and of course dates may change, but this is pretty much all of it. » 10/20/14 7:31pm Monday 7:31pm

How much the living room has changed over the years

Here's a clever ad from Philips for their smart Hue light bulbs. It shows how much the living room has changed since the invention of the light bulb: TVs get flattened, furniture evolves, people's clothes follow trends, etc. but the light bulb stays the same. Well, we know that's not exactly true but it's a cute ad… » 10/16/14 9:30pm 10/16/14 9:30pm

Epic 26-year road trip is a great love story with a heartbreaking ending

Gunther Holtorf spent the last 26 years on a road trip around the globe with Christine, a total stranger who met him in Africa after he published ad asking for a companion in a German magazine. His journey includes 177 countries, 549,000 miles (884,000 kilometers) and loads of pictures taken from his old Leica. » 10/14/14 7:23pm 10/14/14 7:23pm

Get a glimpse into the new Toy Story short coming this Christmas

This is the poster for the new Toy Story half-hour television special that will air on ABC on December 2. The title: Toy Story That Time Forgot. It will feature the voices of Tom Hanks ad Tim Allen. More importantly, it's directed by Steve Purcell, the creator of the legendary Sam & Max. » 10/14/14 6:46pm 10/14/14 6:46pm

Seeing an old anvil get restored is surprisingly enjoyable

Wow. This is actually really cool. Jimmy DiResta found an old anvil from an antique store and restored it to its previous glory. The finished restored anvil looks fantastic but it's the entire process that's got me slack jawed. All the sparkles and whirring and refining and polishing makes restoring look like a form… » 10/09/14 12:16am 10/09/14 12:16am

Pharrel, Elton John, and more sing God Only Knows in spectacular video

To promote the launch of the newest BBC Music channel, the network gathered an exclusive cast of musicians—including Pharell, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, and more—to sing The Beach Boys' classic God Only Knows. The video also displays some spectacular settings like jungles with tigers and hot air balloons. » 10/08/14 11:22pm 10/08/14 11:22pm

Watching people play with magical Kinetic Sand is so freaking trippy

I didn't have a clue that Kinetic Sand existed. This Swedish invention is made of 98-percent sand and two-percent sorcery, so it sticks to itself and nothing else, allowing you to cut it clean. And then it feels like it moves on its own, which is creepy. Like some weird matter that is alive. » 10/08/14 7:12pm 10/08/14 7:12pm

Four seasons of Game of Thrones summarized in a beautiful animation

This lovely animation, directed by BlackMeal and Baptiste Pagani, tries to sum up all the major happenings from the first four seasons of Game of Thrones in under a minute. Obviously, there are spoilers for the TV show. The animation get a lot of it but also miss some key plot development and character deaths too. » 10/08/14 1:24am 10/08/14 1:24am

Stop-motion parkour is less dangerous and way funnier than real parkour

I don't see myself jumping from one roof to another without breaking all my bones. However I can clearly do this thing I named Horizontal Parkour. The guys that made the video claim they can do some parkour tricks in the real life, but I bet that wouldn't be as fun to watch as this: » 10/06/14 10:01pm 10/06/14 10:01pm

Alcatraz reimagined as the luxurious lair of a tech mogul

Behold the island of Alcatraz as re-imagined by film director and concept designer Bastiaan Koch for his near-future thriller Follow the Camera. Instead of a prison, it's now the luxurious fortress-home of Steven, a powerful tech mogul. Given San Francisco's current situation, this is totally believable. » 10/05/14 1:18am 10/05/14 1:18am