Moving easily through the vein of shows like Buffy and Lost Girl, but with a video blog twist, Carmilla is an incredible addition to the world of web series.
Daily Archives : April 24, 2017
Virtual reality (VR) may seem like a 21st century technology, but it’s really not. As early as the 1970s, the military used flight simulators to train their pilots — though the graphics were about as advanced as you’d expect of the time.
It is the season of Peppermint Lattes, Potato Latkes, the Harry Potter Marathons on Freeform, and Holiday Gift Guide!
Oh, sh*t! The PlayStation Experience is happening today and it was announced that one of my favorite games of all time, The Last of Us, is getting a sequel!
Some day this book will come…No, the sixth installment of A Song of Ice and Fire – The Winds of Winter – is NOT finished. And yes, there is still NO official release date for the long awaited book – the last ASoIaF book was released in 2011, A Dace with Dragons – but the true king of the realm, GRRM, has given fans a little something to chew on.
YouTube channel, The Hacksmith, makes it a habit to create real life versions of comic book and movie weapons. This time they took on Cap’s shield! Not just any incarnation made of metal but one that works with an electromagnet arm brace like in The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Pokemon GO is coming to the Apple Watch. Pokemon Go has been downloaded more than 500 Million times, and people have walked 46 billion km while playing the game. The Apple Watch will allow users to play the game with their face up as opposed to buried face down in the phone.
It’s another year of our fabulous gift guides! So don’t stress out over what to get your beloved geek because we’ve got you covered.
Adaptions are happening with every new series that pops up on television and streaming. So it’s no wonder that Joe Hill and IDW isn’t going to give up when it comes to bringing Locke & Key (created by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodríguez) to the small screen.
Well, NASA just reminded us how massive the universe is…Earlier today NASA announced that their Kepler mission verified 1,284 planets. Since the planets aren’t in our solar system, your kids or future kids won’t have to memorize over a thousand planets. Could you imagine the tricks you would have to come up with to remember them all? Yikes.