You get an inkling at the start of John Bashyam’s animated film The Night the Moon Fell that this isn’t going to be a totally wide-eyed and innocent tale of a budding astronomer. That inkling is the Slayer poster on the little kid’s bedroom wall. To say any more would spoil this very funny, very short tale.
I took a trip to Seattle a little while ago. Actually a long while ago. And I shot a bunch of video of cool stuff. Then it got lost, because I am a terrible person. But I found them, so here they are.
Facebook is working on a phone! But Facebook has been working on a phone. What's new? Well, it's a completely different project because their first top secret effort crashed and burned. It's a sordid history of employee jealousy, secret plans, power struggles and just plain failure.
James Marsters fans rejoice — your favorite too-cool-for-school, towheaded vamp this side of Eric Northman appears in two comics this week. Also, quirky graphic novels out the wazoo!
Continuing the trend of metal-masters launching dubiously-themed apps, metal band Slayer has painted a game of pinball with skulls, pentacles and other HARD MAN designs. You play along to songs from their latest album, with original voiceovers from the band.
The hand-built Slayer espresso machine is not brandspankinew, but it is still exceedingly uncommon—fewer than 20 exist in coffee shops—and this one, residing at freshly opened RBC NYC, is the first east of Michigan. It costs $18,000.
The best part about the holidays, besides all the drinking and the crying, is the holiday specials, where everyone's favorite show gets jazzed up with cheer. Here are clips from some of our favorites.