Game of Thrones is all about family, as weird as that sounds, and given just how many characters there are in the story, it can be a challenge to remember how they're all related (and that's before all of the incest).
In what might be one of the year's most creative and eye-catching cosplay projects, photographer Sacha Goldberger has transported some of pop culture's most recognizable characters to the Renaissance. These aren't just costumes either, the photos are perfectly staged to capture the look and feel of paintings from that era.
It isn't surprising that every major studio wants their own Avengers franchise. After all, Marvel is the king of the box office at the moment, and no matter how crazy of an idea they come up with, it still makes oodles of money. So when the opportunity came up for Universal to reboot some of its classic monster movies, someone at that meeting looked up from a massive mound of cocaine and whispered... why not us?
Happy Monday music maniacs! LIke new stuff? Great! You've come to the right place. Each week all sorts of audiolicious goodies are unleashed onto the masses and this is where they come to be judged. I'll tell ya what's good, what's bad, and what's a waste of your time. Thanks for stopping by!
Remember the guy who played CS:GO with a racing wheel? Well he's back, and somehow he's found an even nuttier way to play the shooter. He bound a number of the game's commands (most importantly, left click) to his computer's voice command feature. The results are predictably inefficient, but equally hilarious.
Avatar: The Legend of Korra, Book 4: Balance may be the last animated entry into one of the best television shows of the past decade. In honor of this milestone, Channel Surfer is providing a retrospective on each Avatar season, from the original series to the latest. This is meant to be an overview for Avatar veterans, and hopefully an introduction for anyone interested in the show. This week we continue with The Legend of Korra, Book 3: Change.
It seems that the rumors are true, and Batman V. Superman will indeed feature yet another retelling of the death of Thomas and Martha Wayne. It's hard to imagine where this is going to fit in a movie that already features Wonder Woman and Superman at the very least, but it is a pretty iconic scene, and I suppose necesary to some degree if you're going to be setting up a new version of Batman.