TV And Film Still Don't Know How To Depict Texting (Or The Internet)

BBC's Sherlock does a pretty top-notch job of portraying text messages, but as Tony Zhou points out in the latest installment of Every Frame a Painting, cinematic representations of the digital world – including texting and the Internet – remain, for the most part, inefficient, ineffective, and uninspired. » 8/16/14 2:03pm 8/16/14 2:03pm

Cartoons From the '80s That Would Make Great Video Games

The amazing-looking He-Man game is still going strong. Head to where the side-scrolling smack-'em-up can be downloaded, on Game Jolt, and you'll see a stream of comments, requesting new abilities and offering suggestions for extra characters, both from the original 1980s cartoons and entirely unrelated series. » 8/06/14 7:20am 8/06/14 7:20am

This video shows how pretty much everything in Game of Thrones is fake

By now, we know that Game of Thrones uses a heavy VFX hand when it comes to building the world of Westeros but it's still amazing how real their visual effects can make it look. That's because pretty much everything is fake. Seriously. Anything far off in the distance or people standing around or flags waving have all… » 7/08/14 7:51pm 7/08/14 7:51pm

Cover of Game of Thrones Theme Music Puts The Show's Version To Shame

In this remarkable ensemble, 23 of New York's finest low brass musicians join forces to perform a bass-quaking cover of Game Of Thrones' rousing opening theme music. If you weren't already excited for tonight's season finale, this ought to do the trick. Seriously, give it a listen. This will give you chills. » 6/15/14 2:00pm 6/15/14 2:00pm