The trailer is so bonkers, I’m not sure if there are any other words necessary.
The first season of Stranger Things was such a sleeper hit going in that it’s taken the impending arrival of season two for the merchandise hysteria all pop culture sensations are mandated to have. Which brings us to this, my friends: Hasbro is making a Stranger Things card game and nothing makes sense anymore.
Blade Runner 2049 is out on Friday and it’s filled with huge surprises and revelations. Don’t worry, you will find none of those in this article, but you may enjoy guessing at them.
Game of Thrones is a show that was built on fan theories and Reddit forums. Sadly, there aren’t a lot of mysteries left to solve, although a new one was one added in the season seven finale: Does the undead dragon Viserion breathe fire or ice? The season finale’s director was quizzed on it; even Neil deGrasse Tyson …
I mean, I’m sure there are other rooms you could slather with Pottery Barn’s five-years-too-late collection of Harry Potter items. But one of their suggested room ideas is for a Gryffindor cushy lounge, so obviously that’s all we can think about now.
It’s no secret that the electric eel (Electrophorus electricus) is a species not to be messed with. Capable of generating an electric discharge of more than 800 volts, the enigmatic tropical fish can easily stun prey and would-be predators alike. Land-lubbing assailants aren’t safe either; the eels can breach out of…
To be a Kingsman you need all kinds of high-tech super-spy gear: custom-tailored bulletproof suit, grenade lighters, knife shoes, and, of course, an umbrella that turns into a gun. None of that stuff is actually real, though... or is it?
Superman Lives may have been doomed to movie oblivion years ago, but its one-time-star believes that even then, the movie has one thing going for it that no other Superman movie can have: the absurd power of our collective imagination.
Set your phasers to stunned. Early audition documents and footage have revealed that Peter Capaldi, Doctor Who himself, once tried out for the role of Commander (later Captain) Benjamin Sisko on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. And he’s not the only one.
Today the next chapter in the Kingsman saga, The Red Diamond, begins at Image Comics. But before that, your next taste of the comic book adventures of Eggsy come from a far weirder source... and comes with an even weirder premise.
Why, Emma Swan, WHYYYYY?
Burying beetles (Nicrophorus) are hard to miss. The insects aren’t big, but most species are painted with vibrant, orange blotches on a glossy black background. According to new research, walking around dressed in their Halloween best may have a much more important function for the beetles than just looking like …
First a Batman suit, now a TARDIS. Fun.com might be having too much fun with their latest line of men’s apparel.
Full disclosure: I’ve had a fair amount of cold medication today. But this mashup a) works far better than it has any right to; and b) Donkey as Loki may have actually caused me to get sicker when the shock destroyed my immune system.
In a bizarre case from the UK, a 62-year-old man developed a severe neurological disorder, and doctors learned it probably had something to with his dentures. Or at least, with the stuff keeping them in place.
Seriously, can you pack anymore awesome into a single headline?
If you thought the adult coloring book craze was just weird licensed cash-ins, think again. After surprising us all with last year’s Bait, a short story anthology/coloring book hybrid, Chuck Palahniuk is returning to the well again with his first long-form prose in three years, and it also happens to include gorgeous…
Ever sat down to bingewatch Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, or Iron Fist and wondered “Hey, what these shows really need is Stan Lee being driven around in a car and lurking creepily in the background” to yourself? Well my friends, does Netflix Korea have the trailer for you.
One of the highlights of Comic-Con over the past few years has been the beautiful insanity that is DC Comics ongoing advertising partnership with KFC—which has given us goofy comics in which Colonel Sanders himself rubs shoulders with DC’s finest heroes. Now, this year’s issue has taken the Colonel where no fried…