For more than a hundred and fifty years you’ve been hearing that an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Now it turns out that a nice pilsner, stout, or kolsch can do the exact same thing.
Year two of the Twelfth Doctor’s comic adventures concludes with this week’s finale of the “Invasion of the Mindmorphs.”
Practice makes perfect. But so does an engineering background and ingenuity. Inventor and science enthusiast Mark Rober, a self-proclaimed dart loser, built a moving dartboard that ensures even the drunkest players hit the bullseye.
Now that we’ve reached the second-to-last episode of Legion‘s first season, it was time for the series to start showing its hand. That’s generally how mystery shows work. Reveal everything (or almost everything) in one episode, then deal with everything we learned in the finale. If they’re not handled well, those reveals can make for some dry television. Thankfully, Legion has been anything but dull in its first six episodes, and it wasn’t going to start boring us now.
Who needs precogs floating in a giant bathtub to predict where and when crimes are going to occur? Not the police department in Kyoto, Japan, that’s for sure.
Because nothing is sacred in this world, a group of programmers have gotten The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to run on PC. This project began shortly after the game’s release. At the time, the programmers believed it would take months to get the game running properly. This makes sense given all of the different mechanics within the game. As you’ll see, the group has made tremendous progress since then.
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What better flavor for ice cream is there than one modeled after everyone’s favorite Harry Potter treat? I can think of fewer awesome treats than that of butterbeer, and there’s a new ice cream flavor from manufacturer Yuengling that’s meant to capture the very essence of the sweet and savory flavor. Only now you don’t have to go all the way to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter to taste your own butterbeer.
Netflix is not letting up with the trailers today. The streaming service just put out the trailer for the long-awaited return of Mystery Science Theater 3000. So far, it’s everything we could hope for. That essential low-budget charm is on display, with every exterior shot and special effect being constructed from cardboard and plywood. It’s such an important part of the show’s aesthetic, and it’s exciting that whoever cut this trailer understands that.
Humdrum objects like doors are often anything, but ordinary in the land of make believe. Run through London King’s Cross Station’s Platform 9 ¾ to take the Hogwarts Express to wizardry school. Open the spare room wardrobe to visit the talking animals and mythical creatures of Narnia.