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.