THE MIND OF GIGER | H.R. Giger's original art for Ridley Scott's Alien. See tons more original art and details about the making of the film here.

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Bruce Banner gets irked: a spoilery synopsis of the New York Comic Con Avengers footage!

Several of the Avengers assembled onstage at the New York Comic Con to premiere some brand new Hulkcentric footage! Here are the details. More »

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The Greatest, Strangest and most Obscure Cosplay at New York Comic Con

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Holy Female Spider Jerusalem! There was some seriously creative cosplay at New York Comic Con this year. We combed the convention floor, looking for the best of the best, and here it is. More »


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10 Words You Might Think Came from Science (But Are Really From Science Fiction

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Last week it came to our attention that the phrase "blast off" was coined-not in a purely scientific context, but a science fictional one-by E. E. Smith, an early science fiction author often referred to as "the father of space opera." The term appeared in Smith's 1937 story Galactic Patrol, when one character inquires of another, "How long do you figure it'll be before it's safe for us to blast off?" More »


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The Most Horrifying "Crawling Over a Pile of Your Dead Alternate Selves" Scene Ever Filmed

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You know how sometimes a movie seems like just an ordinary slasher flick, and then it gets weirder and weirder, and finally you get to a scene where a mortally wounded woman is climbing over a pile of her dead duplicates from another timeline, which are being eaten by seagulls? More »


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A stunning time-lapse of Iceland's nightless summer

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What you're seeing here is the photographic time-lapse of the Arctic summer as photographed in Iceland this past June. During this period, the sun never entirely sets, leaving the northern climes in a state of hazy golden weirdness in the day's wee hours. More »


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Quantum locking will blow your mind - but how does it work?

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If case you haven't seen it yet, here's the quantum levitation (or, more accurately, quantum locking) video that's taken the internet by storm in the last 36 hours. More »


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Why George Romero rejected The Walking Dead to make The Zombie Autopsies

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We scored a few minutes with the Zombiefather George A. Romero at the kick-off to AMC's Fear Fest celebration. He shared his thoughts on undead sensation Walking Dead - and his plans for his next project, adapting The Zombie Autopsies. More »


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Handy map of the United States showing the scariest thing in every single state

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If you travel a lot throughout the United States, you might lose track of which menace you should be irrationally paranoid about in each particular state. More »


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This is the most disturbing music video we've seen in years

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Are you prepared to stay away from swimming pools for a year or two? Then go ahead and watch this music video for the DyE's track "Fantasy," directed by French animator Jérémie Périn. More »