Once upon a time there was a nice boy named Brian who met a penis-shaped parasite named Aylmer. Soon Brian discovered that Aylmer could inject his brain with a drug that made him so happy . . . that he was willing to do anything to help feed Aylmer's appetite for brains.
Brain damage, which can be caused by conditions such as amnesia and Alzheimer's Disease, doesn't just erase memories. In a shocking new discovery, it turns out brain damage can also cause its sufferers to experience false memories of familiarity.
Ugly though they may be, the naked mole rat might be the animal kingdom's greatest superhero. And their most recently discovered superpower — the ability to survive lengthy periods of oxygen deprivation — could help save human brains.
When a zombie stripper offers you a "private" lapdance, you may want to think twice, if this can't-believe-they-went-there clip from Zombie Strippers is any indication. Nothing is more disturbing than horror sex. Here are 38 NSFW clips to prove it.
I don't know about you, but I love a good exploding head. Ever since I saw psychic mutant head-exploder flick Scanners as a tot, I've tracked all the ways a head can explode in film. Sometimes it just pops like a watermelon dropped off a roof; sometimes it gets all bulgy and eye-poppy; and sometimes it goes slowly,…