Hitler Rides a Dinosaur in the Insane Trailer for Iron Sky 2

Nov
09

An army of evil Nazi dinosaurs is basically all I've ever wanted in a movie, so well done Iron Sky 2, well done.

The Worst Album Art of All Time: Volume XII (NSFW, Very Offensive Material Ahead)

Nov
09

Time to continue our search for the filthiest, the orneriest, the most tasteless and disgusting and worsest album covers ever produced by musician-kind. We've seen all sorts of messed up stuff from bearded ladies and saw crotches to over-filled toilets to - GASP - a Nicki Minaj! What's in store for this installment? Grab your eye washin' juice and let's find out! Keep in mind that this post contains potentially offensive images that should not be viewed by anyone under the age of 18. Really. This one is bad, in some ways worse than the others. Let's get in the mood with a word from Large Marge!

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Channel Surfer: Avatar: LOK, Book 2: Spirits [Avatar Retrospective]

Nov
09

Avatar: The Legend of Korra, Book 4: Change 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 2: Spirits

Bethesda's Blunder: Why Skyrim Is Superior to the Elder Scrolls Online

Nov
08

It's officially been about 7 months since The Elder Scrolls: Online hit store shelves and the Steam library (and Pirate Bay, and Bit-Torrent and numerous other illegal pirate sites) and, as a massive fan of the Elder Scrolls series, I couldn't pass up my chance to dive in and see what this admittedly risky venture into the world of MMO would do for the franchise. Needless to say, it's a mixed bag, which is unfortunate because the 8-minute cinematic trailer that was released to hype the game was jaw-dropping and, in my opinion, completely over-inflated everyone's expectations. 

4 Porn Parodies You Didn't Know You'd Been Waiting For

Nov
08

Porn parodies may be the last stronghold of the pun. Nowhere else is it embraced with such gusto. Porn parody is also an overlooked place for some solid social comment and celebration of fandom. After all, nobody makes fun of a piece of media with such depth without an element of love showing through. Woodrocket.com (NSFW, obviously) has taken it upon themselves to sponsor this genre that's usually relegated to the kitsch bin. They've gathered name stars like Skin Diamond, James Deen, Anikka Albrite and Aaron Wilcoxx, put some effort into costumes, sets and scripts and launched multiple parody series. It's mostly good fun, reeks of serious affection for media, and of course there's the sex!

BlizzCon Roundup: All of the Day's Game Trailers!

Nov
08

Day one of BlizzCon was jam-packed full of announcements and reveals, including Blizzard's first new IP in 16 years (holy crap I feel old). Check out new trailers for StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void, the next Hearthstone expansion, and Overwatch, an upcoming team-based multiplayer shooter.

Interstellar: A Clash of Science and Hope

Nov
07

You’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone who seriously says that Interstellar is not, at the very least, an “ambitious” film. There seems to be at least consensus that the visuals alone are worth the price of admission, especially if one has a chance to see it in IMAX. What divides a lot of people though is the overarching theme of the movie, and how it often seems to clash with the overall story. However, despite many missteps Interstellar’s plot takes for the sake of its theme, the emotional drama actually reinforces the “out-of-this-world” feeling it wants to deliver.

Top 5 Games to Prepare for Dragon Age: Inquisition

Nov
07

Are you shaking in your pajamas with anticipation for Bioware’s latest RPG epic? Good, me too. Play these 5 games while you wait for Dragon Age: Inquisition to come out.

These 20 Movies Will be Eligible for the Best Animated Film Oscar

Nov
06

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the organization that puts on the Academy Awards, has revealed which movies will be eligible for a Best Animated Feature nomination at next year's awards ceremony. Out of this group of 20, five will move on to become official nominations, with of course just one receiving the award in February.

All 151 Original Pokemon... as Pancakes

Nov
06

151 Pokemon, 151 pancakes, one rumbling stomach after watching this video. Be right back while I go make some pancakes of my own. They will all be shaped like mutated Dittos.

This Is the Official Star Wars 7 Title

Nov
06

Star Wars Episode VII finally has an official title, and thankfully, it's not Revenge of the Phantom Clone Sith.

Interstellar Explained: Our FAQ for Christopher Nolan's Latest Movie

Nov
06

Christopher Nolan does not shy away from dense stories, and Interstellar is almost certainly his most complicated movie so far. With all of its theoretical physics and time manipulation, there's a lot to digest, and that's without having to keep up with the plot in general. So if you're confused, don't worry, here's our take on Interstellar's big questions.

Sexuality and RPGs: Looking to Dragon Age: Inquisition

Nov
06

With the open world RPG genre growing and evolving, developers have more technical and artistic license than ever to create vast unexplored worlds with plenty of unturned stones for the player to uncover. Developers are not only advancing combat and leveling mechanics but also adding the ability to have your character explore romance with various characters in the game world.

In Our Disturbing Conclusion, It Was Hitler All Along... or Something [Podcast]

Nov
06

We've been following this story for a few weeks now, and our adventuring sprits are weary. But we promise you this is the glorious conclusion to Phoebe's tale of mystery and horror. Whether that's death or victory is something you'll have to listen for yourself.

Speaking with Comics Workbook: The Reading, Curating, and Crafting of Indie Comics

Nov
06

Independent comics undoubtedly has dozens of so-called 'cutting edges,' but most everyone in the community can agree: Comics Workbook is a fine curated-comics Tumblr, and the Comics Workbook magazine is a must-read. Today we're talking rising stars, the necessity of comics courses, and more with Zach Mason and Andrew White, editors of the magazine.

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