YouTuber ICEnJAM took sound clips of the Vault-Tec representative you meet at the start of Fallout 4, and used them to cold-call strangers. The result was hilarity.
In celebration of Halloween, we took a shallow dive into the horror subgenre of evil-child horror movies. Weird-kid cinema stretches back at least to 1956’s The Bad Seed, and has experienced a resurgence recently via movies like The Babadook, Goodnight Mommy, and Cooties. You could look at this trend as a natural…
There have been hundreds of movies based on comic-books, going back to the earliest days of both media. And that cinematic flood has come with a certain amount of “holy crap, what was that” moments. Here are the 50 most shudder-inducing comic-book-movie moments... according to you. Check out our new video, created in…
It’s the ultimate debate–which great science fiction ship would triumph? The U.S.S. Enterprise from Star Trek, or the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars? Our fearless video crew got as many celebrities to answer as possible. And then, not surprisingly, Adam Savage basically settles it.
In today's Highlight Reel we have a Dragon Age archer that doesn't know when to quit, well-timed landings in Battlefield 4 and some soothing destruction from GTA V.
The Power Glove was the quirkiest little peripheral ever devised for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Although if found only limited use on that platform, modern day tinkers with access to cheap and simple microcontrollers can now turn these 25-year-old video game artifacts into futuristic wearables.
Ahh, the table flip. Has film brought us a better short hand for "uncontrollable anger" than the table flip? No. It has not. And while this supercut only features movies (and thus leaves out a few of the true greats of table flipping), it is still epic.
Ever read the comments on a popular YouTube video? There is no faster way to strip yourself of faith in humanity. It's a cesspool. And this is coming from someone who writes for the Gawker network. We know a little something about rowdy comments sections. YouTube's is worse, but it's finally about to smarten up.
REMIX! This week sees the release of only two new games across Nintendo's three platforms, signaling a time of change for the Weekly Nintendo download.
While I loved Transformers: War for Cybertron, at the end of the day I realize it wasn't much more than a cover-based shooter with robots. High Moon Studios is taking steps to make sure Fall of Cybertron is much more than that.
You know what sold me on the original Prototype? Protagonist Alex Mercer leaping onto a helicopter and punching his way inside. I'm sure Prototype 2's James Heller is a compelling new hero, but what about the whirlybirds? Ah yes, here they are.
There have been so many Mega Man soundtrack reinterpretations over the years; the classic games and their sequels feature bouncy, soaring melodies that lend themselves wonderfully to performance. But still, this one stands out: it's an acoustic reinterpretation of "Splash Blue" from Mega Man 9, performed as a duet…
"When a video game can make us cry," the saying goes, "that is when we will know that games are art." But what if a video game trailer can make us cry?
The informative video series Extra Credits is back on YouTube, and in their latest episode, they take on the concept of the MMORTS—the massively multiplayer real-time strategy game. (Though at no point in the video do they refer to the genre as "Memortis," even though that is a pretty sweet name, and way easier to…
Another day, another ridiculously great YouTube video. This time, it's John Huang's shockingly well-directed fight sequence between Street Fighter stars Ryu and Ken.
There are fan videos, and there are fan videos. And then there's "The Ballad of Mike Haggar."
Did you think the ending of Limitless was too neat and tidy? Did you think Bradley Cooper got off too lightly after spiraling down the rabbit hole of brain-enhancement drugs and superdickery?
OK, so here's my problem with the upcoming Game of Thrones...game. It's not a problem with the game, per se, more with me. And it's all the TV show's fault.