Despite being pirated to the dickens, Aussie Kiah Rouche-Turner's Wyrmwood appears to be back for seconds, with a new trailer declaring a TV series based on the Raimi-esque zombie film is on its way.
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Look, guys. I haven't seen a minute of Fear the Walking Dead. I'm the guy who watches the regular Walking Dead, which maxes out my zombie entertainment needs even if I weren't worried I might confuse what happened on which show. So I have no idea if this little preview is good, bad, exciting, extra-violent, shocking, etc. I just know it's new. (Well, I'm pretty sure.)
As George RR Martin and HBO try to figure out which (and how many!) of the five Game of Thrones spin-offs they're working on a small group of indie filmmaker in Belfast have taken it upon themselves to make their own prequel, titled "The Wild Wolf", a short depicting Ned's doomed brother Brandon Stark and Catelyn Tully's betrothal, and Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish's fateful decision.
The recently revealed "Android O" may not have knocked it out of the park for Google, but there is a nifty feature coming to the upgraded platform that will appeal in particular to mobile gamers — graphic driver updates independent of full OS ones.
If there were no societal or cultural pressures to not eat human meat, would it even be good? We're not talking about taste and texture, but rather health and nutrition. Perhaps craving a slice of a particularly delicious-looking friend, AsapSCIENCE decided to tackle the issue in less than four minutes.
No time (or inclination) to go and watch Ridley Scott's latest stab at messing about with the Alien franchise? Don't worry, talented artist Serene Teh has you covered with this amazing flipbook animation.
Something unusual happens when a drop of molten glass falls into water. As it cools, it creates a crystal clear tadpole-like droplet that's bulletproof on one end, but impossibly fragile on the other. We've known about these droplets for 400 years, but scientists have only recently figured out what makes them almost indestructible.
"Wildlife" is a very big jigsaw puzzle. Clocking in 33,600 pieces, it ranks among the largest manufactured jigsaw puzzles in the world and will set you back almost 400 bucks. But if you think it's hard enough to do on its own, imagine turning it into a stop motion movie of classic video games while you assemble it.
If you have any interest in PC gaming, you've likely heard about two competing technologies by NVIDIA and AMD called G-Sync and FreeSync respectively. Both are designed to eliminate screen tearing, which happens when your monitor's refresh rate can't keep up with the frames being pumped out by your video card. If you've been looking for a definitive comparison, look no further than this opus from Battle(non)sense.
Venture out into the middle of nowhere with a half-decent camera and even the most novice of photographers can take some amazing shots. However, to create something truly spectacular, you need a refined eye and a few out-of-the-box ideas. Or a bloody big mirror, in the case of local photographer Murray Fredericks and his salt-encrusted landscapes.
Earmarked the Galaxy S8 as your new phone and want to do something more exciting to stand out than fiddling with the Bixby button? You could always crack out the industrial solvents and make the thing transparent, as demonstrated by this video from JerryRigEverything.
We can't all be puppies — or even capybaras, for that matter. There's a whole world of critters whose inner beauty goes unnoticed. Perfectly snuggly critters like naked mole rats have been mocked and called things like "the stuff of nightmares" or "the most terrifying thing I've ever seen".