HTC is thirsty for your dollars. To that end they’ve announced a new phone, the HTC 10, and despite looking like a rip off of all the other phones out there, it actually has a new idea packed into its glass and shiny metal chassis.
By directing pulses of light onto specific regions of the brain, researchers from Columbia University Medical Center induced feelings of extreme thirst in perfectly well hydrated mice — causing them to drink the equivalent of seven pints of water for a human.
There was no way Samsung was just going to let Apple waltz along with its own mobile payment system without launching a competitor, and it looks like the Korean powerhouse is gearing up to launch a rival in 2015. Samsung is reportedly trying to make a deal with a mobile payment startup called LoopPay, according to…
Sometimes, we're not really sure what the point of a piece of media is, but it seeps into our brains and keeps calling out, "Watch me. Watch me again." Such is the case with Lesley the Pony Has an A+ Day!, a bizarre short film about a smiling pink pony with an earworm of a soundtrack.
You read the internet from cover to cover, but rather selectively. Thirst learns the parts you want to read and leaves out the ones you'd rather just skim.
Sure, Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1 broke box office records, having the fifth best opening weekend of all time. But Breaking Dawn still doesn't break our hearts the way some other vampire tales do.
On a mission to cure a terrible virus, Priest Sang-hyeon is infected with vampirism - along with a roiling mass of carnal urges and guilt. If you like darkly funny, weird tales, don't miss Thirst from Park Chan-wook ("Oldboy").
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Thirst's vampiric priest is hardly the first man of the cloth to fall prey to his darkest urges. We found plenty of soul-stealing, blood-sucking, eye-gouging, and just plain creepifying priests and preachers who haunt the churches of scifi and horror.
The latest clip for Park Chan-wook's vampire film Thirst shows the proper way to make a priest strongly reconsider his vows. But can this religious vampire hold out for long? His head says no but this clip says yes.
The new vampire movie from Park Chan-Wook (Old Boy) follows the agonizing blood lust of a vampire Priest, and his desires for his best friend's girl in Thirst. Plus school-girl vamps fight winged nasties, in Blood: The Last Vampire.