This could be the beginning of a new Steven Spielberg movie

Cute kid: Check. Handsome older brother: Check. Charming dog: Check. Long(ish) take of a mysterious corn field: Check. Lost alien that looks evil but it's actually friendly: Check. Merciless military trying to hunt it down: Check. It feels like 1980s Spielberg published this short film using a time machine. » 9/25/14 5:02pm Thursday 5:02pm

8-bit game version of The Matrix is a better movie than its sequels

Being better than a Matrix sequel is not saying much, I know. But after recently re-watching the whole trilogy (and enjoying it!), it's still nuts how much better the first one was. The action sequences in the sequels may have been more insane but this 8-bit game version of The Matrix brings back more fond memories… » 9/23/14 8:37pm 9/23/14 8:37pm

Watching the iPhone 6 Plus being pulverized by a bullet is so satisfying

RatedRR continues with its six days of torture for the iPhone 6 Plus. And being RatedRR, at one point they had to take out the guns and shoot at it. And being a dedicated hater of gigantic phones like this or the Samsung Note, it's a real pleasure to watch it being pulverized by a 50 cal bullet. » 9/23/14 5:55am 9/23/14 5:55am

Short film: Kirsten Dunst deals with the stupidity of selfies

Kirsten Dunst plays herself in this short film directed by Matthew Frost: Two young women approach Kirsten on the street to take a selfie with her. The girls are more interested in the impact the selfie will have on their Instagram fans than in actually meeting her face to face. A sign of the times, I guess. » 9/23/14 5:12am 9/23/14 5:12am

Today is Earth's equinox and this is how it looks from space

Right now, the Earth is at its equinox. Today, the duration of the day and the night all around the world would be the same because the sunlight is hitting the Earth at the perfect angle to align its shade with Earth's spin axis. You can see it in this video, captured by the Russian satellite Elektro-L. » 9/22/14 1:24pm 9/22/14 1:24pm