Everyone's back, and everything's different, and you can just tell that at some point soon, everything's going to fall apart. Welcome back to Game of Thrones!
Lego Invasion: this cool video by AndrewMFilms proves that you should never steal all the golden bricks—that's when the entire Lego universe comes after you. You also get a bunch of cool items, though, so maybe you should steal the gold Lego bricks...hmm.
I'm sure you've always had a sneaking suspicion that the story of Christmas past is quite a bit different from the story of Christmas present. But how about Chanukah and Kwanzaa?
An emoticon future: check out this thought-provoking video by PBSoffbook, where they look at the history of the emoticon and where they are going. I for one want the future of language to be with ebooks and bots, but, y'know.
In video games, it's been the year of the bow for almost two years now. But games aren't having all the fun - movies have been right in the thick of it.
Old folks might not be the target demographic for the new Hunger Games movie, but that doesn't mean they can't watch it and even enjoy it. Then again, they probably won't all "get" it, as evidenced by this new video from The Fine Brothers.
You gotta love dramatic readings—they make even awful YouTube comments not just bearable, but downright hilarious.
Two young women. Two menacing mother-figures. Two sets of supernatural powers. Two fateful social gatherings. ONE HELL OF A RECIPE FOR HORROR.
If you recently watched Alfonso Cuaron's marvelous outer-space odyssey Gravity, you probably walked out of the theater with your mind just a little bit blown. Or, if you're renowned astrophysicist and science distributor Neil deGrasse Tyson, you came out and decided to kill everyone's buzz by nitpicking the film.
It might be messy to pull, but if you add a whole lot of chalk dust to your skateboard before doing a trick, the resulting cloud of colors can be amazing.
Welcome to October, the scaaaaariest month of the year. You guys like horror movies? I get the sense that some of you do. Let's talk horror movies.
So here we are. The show's over, folks. The final episode of Breaking Bad has aired. Let's give it a look, and attempt to process.
The guns are loaded, the chips are on the table: Just three nights remain until we find out, once and for all, how Breaking Bad will end. Surely there's room for just one… more… theory.
If there's one things movies have taught us, it's that when technology breaks, the best way to fix it is usually with violence. Punch it, kick it, smack it around… eventually, often at the last possible second, it'll start working again.
Okay, it's not the sagest advice I've ever heard, but it is pretty enjoyable advice nonetheless.
Before music becomes music—before it's played by musicians—it's just ink on a page. Some compositions require a great deal of ink and a lot of pages, hundreds of carefully-drawn notes bound into massive tomes of score-paper. And yet it's worth remembering that some of the greatest compositions of all time were born of…
I can't… I don't… I can't even. Here's a clip of Breaking Bad's breakout star Aaron Paul making a surprise appearance on The Price is Right waaay back in the year 2000. He was psyched to be there.