We've heard a lot of covers of the theme to HBO's Game of Thrones since the show debuted last year, enough to know that some are stranger than others. But this one, composed entirely of a single cat meowing, could be the strangest one of all.
Here's an important lesson for anyone who might be seeking a roommate—make sure to ask about their fictional weapon collection. Otherwise, you might wind up on the sharp end of some adamantium claws, bub!
Have you ever come to the end of a movie trailer feeling like you know everything that's gonna happen in the movie? Does it feel like you're seeing more of those lately? As movie marketing machines get bigger than ever, it's harder and harder to avoid spoilers, leading some theaters in France to take action.
It seems like most UFO sightings are pure dumb luck, but for some alien enthusiasts that's not good enough. Just take these 50 UFO hunters, who've signed up for a two-month trek into Russia to hunt down visitors from another world.
Are you sick of Carly Rae Jepsen's bouncy pop hit "Call Me Maybe" yet? Yeah, we thought so. Are you sick of the parody videos covering it? Well, what if we told you we had one that features Picard, Riker, Worf and the rest of the Star Trek: The Next Generation gang performing the song? No, really, we do. Watch this.
We've seen a lot of alleged images of Bigfoot over the years, and almost all of them seem to be either taken from too far away or are suspiciously blurry. Now a trapper on a trail in Alberta has snapped an unbelievably clear image of something Bigfoot-like ... but is it the real thing?
For a relatively young nation (in international terms), the United States has seen its share of cycles—but even with boom towns and urban sprawl, there are still quite a few forgotten cities around. If you're looking for a creepy road trip, here are some good places to start.
The Composites is a tumblr wherein Brian Joseph Davis utilizes police sketch software, combined with descriptions from literary works, to craft accurate graphic representations of popular fictional characters. Guess how Dracula turned out?
Every year, nerds make a pilgrimage to their mecca in San Diego and, along with them, so come the fundamentalist Christians and their very exciting signs professing how all us geeks are hellward bound. This year, though, there was a flyer to rival even the most Westboro of Baptists.
We're still learning stuff from a big pile of UK Ministry of Defence UFO files that just went public. First we heard theories on why aliens might actually visit us, and now we've learned that the ministry was on the lookout for UFOs packing killer alien tech that they could put to use.