It’s not that Mississippi State women’s basketball coach Vic Schaefer doesn’t have sufficient appreciation for The Shot. The floater that tiny Morgan William sank over the outstretched fingers of Connecticut’s Gabby Williams in last year’s NCAA Tournament gave the Bulldogs a 66-64 win, ended UConn’s women’s team’s epic 111-game win streak, and ensured immortality for coach and player alike....View more »
Honda has a new concept set to debut at CES in Las Vegas next month, an all-terrain vehicle fitted with autonomous bits meant to make off-road work easier, safer, and more efficient, so says the press release. The concept, called “Honda Autonomous Work Vehicle”, starts off innocently enough.
The snow throwing autonomous vehicle above is a nice concept, as nobody wants to go out in the cold to...View more »
Here’s what’s happening in the world of television for Monday, December 24. All times are Eastern.
Runaways (Hulu, episodes 11–13, season finale): Parents—they just don’t understand, especially when they’re also super evil. That’s a truth that the runaways of Marvel’s Runaways have had to learn over the course of nearly two full seasons. Our own Eric Thurm has spent the last several...View more »
Seguro que si te gusta el aguacate te ha pasado alguna vez. Vas a la cocina, abres uno en dos partes y te encuentras con ese escenario que te hace dudar del manjar: la maldita pulpa del aguacate ha dejado de tener su color verde perfecto dando paso a una tirando a marrón, ¿debería comerlo?
De esto va una de las últimas piezas de los chicos de Science Insider. La respuesta corta a la pregunta:...View more »
If your kids can’t stop talking about Barbie, King Julien, My Little Pony, Beat Bugs or Pokemon, some of the popular children’s shows on Netflix, turn on the streaming platform on their birthdays and watch them flip out. Netflix is launching “Birthdays On Demand,” a series of 15 two-minute videos featuring birthday greetings from kids’ favorite characters. (The videos aren’t personalized, but...View more »
Not to be outdone by fireworks on the 4th of July, Mother Nature threw down a rather impressive lightning strike to light up the sky and remind everyone who’s boss. Matthew Pennington took slow motion footage of the fireworks show in Brandon, Florida and you can see the electric spike of lightning spread all across...View more »
It will premiere this week in Japan.
The official website for the movie of Crayon Shin-Chan has uploaded a new promo which you can see bellow:
Anime News Network describes the story as follows:
“The anime is set in Australia and follows the Nohara family on an inexpensive and family-friendly honeymoon trip that Misae discovered. Instead of the romantic trip they envisioned, Misae,...View more »
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And Kanye West scoopity-poops all over the place.
“I’m not an actor, I’m an [actor, definitely an actor] star!”
Adam Driver is an odd choice to kick off Saturday Night Live’s 44th season, right? I love Driver as an actor, he’s undoubtedly bankable since that whole Star Wars thing seems to have caught on, and he is the sort of funny that...View more »
Written by Oliver Stone. Directed by Alan Parker.Midnight Express Movie Review (1978) | Roger Ebert
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Another spot.Midnight Express (1978)
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Panos Cosmatos’ blood-soaked Nicolas Cage feature Mandy was a minor hit earlier this year, finally giving horror audiences something approximating the sheer madness fest that so many lesser Cage B-movies have failed to deliver. But while Cosmatos’ follow-up to Beyond The Black Rainbow may have finally given people the chance to watch the star of National Treasure decapitate demon bikers with...View more »
Three heroes unite for a fourth time this fall in Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince. Modus Games is handling development duty on the fourth installment of the co-op puzzle platforming series, in which a wizard, warrior and rogue walk into yet another epic adventure for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Switch.
Excuse me as I lay all of the cards on the table here: a Netflix adaptation of the comic series Umbrella Academy, written by My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way and starring Mary J. Blige as a time-traveling assassin is like a mad-libs of all of my pop culture interests and others I did not know I had until right now. A trailer for the upcoming show dropped over the weekend, and the cast...View more »
Though light bathe it in the warm nectar of our distant celestial orb It’s ebony sheen seems to steal it back away. You stare, wondering if such a thing of beauty must be born not from the course hands of men, but from angelic concourses tireless striving for perfection and then...achieving. To know the world as it was before now seems as a burden on the mind your soul aches to...View more »
It’s not just the intense heat that makes it hard for researchers to closely study an active volcano, there’s also a potpourri of noxious gases that are less than ideal to inhale. But at the controls of a sensor-laden drone, scientists from the University of Cambridge have been able to capture amazing...View more »
Google I/O , the company’s annual developer conference, kicks off today with a keynote at 1pm ET/10am PT led by Google CEO Sundar Pichai, who will no doubt wax about the major projects Google’s been working on since its last conference. Are you ready for extremely nerdy details about Android P? It’s a bit too late to hop on a plane and grab a seat at the event, but fortunately, you...View more »