If any of you tabletop game enthusiasts are looking for a treasure hunting project, we've got a quest for you.
With Universal's Battleship steaming out of the gates today, what's going on with those other big-screen board game adaptations? Are they still stuck in port or cruising for the silver screen?
Dungeons & Dragons has been a badge of geek cred ever since its introduction 1974 to dining room tables around the world. Now owners Wizards of the Coast have announced the upcoming 5th edition...and they need your help to create it.
We've seen lots of custom-built, sci-fi-centric chess sets before, but few of them are as deadly as this one, which pits two of the universe's—and cinema's—most fearsome creatures against each other on a level playing field.
It's a good day for giant monster movie news; first, we heard about Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim, and now word has come...
Some Japanese fans have taken their love of the Pokémon character Pikachu too far. Members of a performance art collective called Chim Pom have recreated multiple, true-life versions of the character using (wait for it)—dead rats!
If you're too old to trick or treat, but too young to turn in early, what's a person to do on Halloween? Here's an idea—get some of your friends together and play a board game. It may sound old fashioned, but there are a lot of cool horror and sci-fi themed games that deserve your attention.
To get you pumped for the third installment of Epic's gritty war against the Locust Horde, here's a lyrical new trailer, "Dust to...
The best part of Mortal Kombat has always been the game's gore-filled finishing moves. (At least think WE think so, but then, we've always been known for being bloody minded.) Newly discovered audition tapes, however, reveal a few brawlers who almost got their hands dirty but didn't make the cut.
Nothing that makes us feel like kids again and has us itching to touch our joysticks more than hearing that old Super Mario Brothers theme song. Suddenly we're back in the basement and jumping for gold coins once more. When that song is performed by the bluegrass band The Cleverlys, though, we feel a bit weird. But in a GOOD way.