Rudolph Fentz was an alleged victim of a time slip incident that sent him from his home in the late 1800s to an intersection in 1950 New York City. His story is often presented as evidence that time travel is not only possible, but that it’s happened before. In this unusual case, the alleged time …
Hey, look at that – the trailer for next year’s Ghostbusters: Afterlife dropped today.
It’s been a few years now since the Berenst#in Bears Problem and the Mandela Effect broke the Internet. I guess that means it’s about time we got a movie about it.
A Slender Man movie is on the way, and reception is pretty lukewarm, to say the least. Hey, let’s check out the synopsis:
In the ongoing adventures of me being totally confused by the Ghostbusters reboot, yesterday Sony released a new video showcasing their latest invention — The Proton Pack™ — as a sort of early April Fools’/marketing thing. They even sent out a press release.
Speaking of old unsolved mysteries, let’s take a brief journey back to the late 1990s and look at a segment from a show called Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction. People are always telling me about this particular episode, and I can see why – it’s pretty creepy, at first glance.
Here I am again, hunched over a laptop in the middle of the night, wondering how it’s already been three years since Bioshock Infinite came out, and over four since I opened Stranger Dimensions. Tell me time travel isn’t possible.
The Ghostbusters reboot confuses me. I mean, let me just start with this: I feel the same way about Ghostbusters 2016 as I did about, say, the latest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. Not a great movie, but I watched it for nostalgia’s sake and it didn’t ruin my life. It’s a movie. But here’s …
The Portal series. Easily two of my favorite PC games, and mind-blowing when you really think about them. Maybe even a little creepy.
The Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark documentary has been two years in the making, but it’s not finished yet. The film’s latest trailer promises an in-depth look at the classic 3-book anthology of folklore and urban legends, written by author Alvin Schwartz and illustrated by Stephen Gammell. Producer Cody Meirick hopes to finish the …
Feast your eyes on this digital abomination: the result of a single video uploaded, downloaded, then re-uploaded to YouTube 1,000 times.
Welcome once again, ladies and gentlemen, to our bi-yearly “Art Bell Leaves A Radio Show” special announcement. Yesterday, the prolific paranormal radio host Art Bell announced he’s hanging up the microphone one last time.
I thought I’d take a short break from reviewing old movies and instead turn my attention toward a much more recent release: The Nightmare, a documentary about sleep paralysis and all the strange things that happen to people who experience it.