10 Of The Craziest Nuclear Bomb Explosions In Movie History

There have been over 2000 nuclear explosions in real life, but if we believe the movies, it seems like every other action movie drops one in for added colour. And I totally get it. I hope to never see a nuclear bomb go off in person but I wouldn’t mind seeing more explosive mushroom cloud visuals in my movies. They look so cool.


There's A Modern TV Hidden Inside This Classic 1950s Philco Predicta

There’s nothing quite as retro-futuristic as the Philco Predicta television from the late 1950s. That bubbly, detached picture tube. The metal frame. It’s gorgeous. Unfortunately, the iconic TV set is also notoriously unreliable — and what good is a broken Predicta TV? Well, it turns out it makes a pretty bitchin’ monitor frame.


Short Film: R2-D2 Adorably Falls In Love With A Blue Mailbox

Say it with me: Awwwww. In a story that’s a little like the first hour of Wall-E, this short film, Artoo In Love by Evan Atherton, tells a cute love story of R2-D2 and a blue mailbox. R2 starts holding picnics with it, zaps away people who want to mail things and holds an umbrella over its head when it rains.


A Behind-The-Scenes Look At The Insane Stunts Of Fast And Furious 7

Video: Furious 7 is releasing in cinemas this week, which means all of mankind is about to have its eyeballs blasted (and brains removed for two hours) with the most insane special and practical effects that don’t involve space or superheroes or space-based superheroes. Here’s a quick cut of some behind the scenes footage of Furious 7. The action sequences look fantastic.


Bring Back SoundCloud's Fantastic Desktop App

With all these rich musicians making a ruckus about Jay Z’s overpriced streaming music service, I’m getting a little emotional. Not about Jay Z’s overpriced streaming music service. About the bygone golden era of streaming music’s erstwhile golden boy: SoundCloud.


Watch This Guy Perfectly Recreate Homer Simpson Eating In Real Life

It takes a lot of hard work, a considerable amount of natural talent and a little bit of luck to be able to eat like Homer Simpson in real life. Caolan McArthur and CinemaRaven managed to accomplish the Herculean feat (with the help of a sped up camera) and basically created a live action version of The Simpsons.


Interstellar Honest Trailer Rips Apart Christopher Nolan's Space Movie

I love watching Honest Trailers’ takedown of movies because they highlight actual problems, they’re actually really funny and they have no sacred cows. They can skewer Michael Bay right next to burning down everyone’s post-Dark Knight shrine to Chris Nolan. Here they are hilariously ripping up Interstellar.


There's A New Mad Max Trailer, And It's More Bonkers Than The Last

Video: I’m pretty hyped for Mad Max: Fury Road. It looks so visually rich and interesting, and it builds on an insane world that we’ve been wanting to see more from for ages! Check out this new trailer.


You Probably Can't Hear What Jay Z Is Selling -- But You Can Try

Jay Z’s newly acquired and relaunched streaming music service Tidal claims only one difference from Spotify and the rest: superior audio quality. Is it worth switching? Here’s a simple test that will help you decide whether it’s worth forking over $US20 a month for the best of the best quality.


See How The Dreamworks Logo Before Its Movies Changed Over Time

Video: Ethan Jones is back with another interesting visual breakdown of movie logos, this time focusing on DreamWorks. You know that intro sequence, where a fishing line gets dropped into the water from a boy on the moon. Here are all the variations that have popped up in DreamWorks movies since they first started using the logo in 1997.