The History of How We Discovered All the Planets in the Solar System

Satellites such as the Kepler have been working overtime to uncover hundreds of new planets in our galaxy. But how did we first discover the planets in our local volume of space? Here are the stories of how astronomers living hundreds of years ago discovered each planet in our solar system. Read More >>

Anton Yelchin Death: Jeep Grand Cherokees Were Recalled for Rollaway Risk

Fiat Chrysler earlier this year recalled certain Jeep Grand Cherokees for their “rollaway” risk after drivers were injured when they mistakenly thought they had shifted their car to park. Read More >>

Roland Emmerich is Rebooting the Stargate Franchise From Scratch

We’ve known that Roland Emmerich has been planning on continuing his 1994 film Stargate for a while, but while chatting with the press about Independence Day: Resurgence, he and producer Dean Devlin have been dropping some more hints about what’s next for the franchise. Read More >>

Watch the History of Horror Films in This Ten Minute Supercut

Horror films occupy a long and enthralling place in cinematic history, and Diego Carrera has put together an excellent video showcasing the films that have scared us for over 120 years. Read More >>

Everything is Not Awesome: The Lego Movie Sequel Has Been Moved to 2019

We’re going to have to wait a bit longer to see The Lego Movie 2. Warner Brothers has shuffled their upcoming film slate, pushing the movie back a year to 2019. Read More >>

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Let’s Not Panic is a Comedic Short About Therapy and the End of the World

In Heather Jack’s short film Let’s Not Panic, a young woman develops a crush on her therapist, and when the world begins to end, he’s the one person she can turn to. Read More >>

Kevin Smith Says That His Mallrats Sequel Will Be a 10-Part TV Series

Kevin Smith has joined the television cult. With an episode of The Flash under his belt, and the forthcoming Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai TV Show coming (which now has a home), Smith announced that his planned sequel to Mallrats is being reworked into a television show. Read More >>

Dig Into the Latest Issue of the Journal of Science Fiction

We really enjoyed the inaugural issue of the Journal of Science Fiction earlier this year, and the Museum of Science Fiction has just released its second issue. Read More >>

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Disney is Bringing on Even More Help to Reshoot Star Wars: Rogue One

Disney is bringing on some additional help to work on Star Wars: Rogue One in the form of Simon Crane, who has worked as a Second Unit Director or stunt coordinator for such films as Jason BourneEdge of Tomorrow and Quantum of Solace. Read More >>

This Video Shows Why You Shouldn’t Turn Your Back on a Big Cat

We’ve all seen the videos of people who keep tigers or panthers as pets in their homes, or of these animals playing, and it’s easy to forget that these large animals are some of the most deadly predators out there. Read More >>

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When the Slingshot Guy is Inspired by the Hydraulic Press Guy

We love the destruction video channels: hydraulic presses, waterjets, and slingshots. Now, Joerg Sprave, the guy behind the Slingshot Channels has come up with his own version of a press. Read More >>

This is Why You Don’t Touch Things in Museums

There’s a reason for why museums have signs saying not to touch the objects on display. Some visitors to the National Watch & Clock Museum of Columbia, Pennsylvania, learned that the hard way. Read More >>

The Story Behind That Superman and Muhammad Ali Team Up

In 1978, one of the strangest and most exhilarating comic book issues in DC’s history appeared in stores, featuring one of the greatest team-ups of all time: Superman and Muhammad Ali. Read More >>

Hold the Door With Your Very Own Hodor Doorstop

Well, this was inevitable: someone is paying tribute to our favourite Game of Thrones character with a doorstop in his likeness. Hodor! Read More >>

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Watch a Waterjet Cut a Hydraulic Press In Half  

We love watching things get crushed by a hydraulic press, but how about a waterjet? There’s a YouTube channel for that as well. In the channel’s latest video, they cut a hydraulic press in half. Read More >>