Last week, former Hulu CEO Jason Kilar soft-launched his new subscription-based video website to content creators. Now, anyone can go and poke around and watch some video.
YouTube pretty much won the video war years ago, but there are still plenty of people vying for some of the action. Remember Viddy? Former Hulu CEO Jason Kilar thinks that his new startup video site Vessel offers a unique subscription-based model ($3/month) that can pull YouTube stars over to a new platform. Long…
The eternal debate—of whether to soak in the tub or lounge in a hammock—has just been rendered moot, thanks to this stunning carbon fiber hammock tub that lets you do both at the same time. Made by the UK company SplinterWorks, it's called the Vessel, and it makes for an awesome centerpiece for your bathroom,…
Sarah Beth Durst, author of the young adult vampire action comedy Drink, Slay, Love, has a new novel out called Vessel — it's a standalone fantasy that takes place in an entirely new world. Liyana's nomadic desert clan is waiting desperately for their goddess to rejoin them, even though it will cost Liyanna her life.
This week Guillermo Del Toro unleashes the creepy, intense monster movie Mama into the world. But few people know that this project was actually inspired on the creepy short from Andrés Muschietti. In fact, the original two minute and 30 second short is what made GDT support Muschietti as director of the full-length…
Check out the short alien creature feature Vessel, which has finally been released online today. We've been following this little flick for years, and at last everyone can watch it. This is seriously fun alien horror.
You're healthy, active and life is good. Then, you start having pain behind your eyes, frequent killer headaches and difficulty with your vision and balance. You shake it off as nothing, but you shouldn't. You may have a brain aneurysm.
Let's put that into perspective, shall we? The Titanic was 269.1m in length; famous cruiser QE2 was 293.5m and the Mayflower was around 33.5m. Shell's proposed 468m-long ship is more like an island—minus the peg-legged drunks (hopefully).
We've been following the work of Clark Baker's short film Vessel ever since we laid eyes on his monster on a plane creations. But now the film has wrapped, and we're got first ever footage of the mile-high alien.
A new short film, Vessel, is attempting to bring back real monsters, with an alien created out of practical effects. Support real monsters, and check out our exclusive gallery of Vessel's new alien including creepy prosthetic limbs and bits!