Month: March 2019

“How do you make a man do something without nagging? That is the billion-dollar question,” Liane Moriarty wrote in her novel The Hypnotist’s Love Story. This may be more problematic when your husband is a Russian mob prince. Juliet Rylance (McMafia, The Knick) will play the title role in The Hypnotist’s Love Story, ABC‘s TV series
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While there have been talks about Nintendo branching into the world of VR, we didn’t quite expect their first major VR relaese to come in the form of a Labo kit. Yet, here we are. Nintendo has announced the next series of Labo kits, and one of them allows you to make a pair of
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It is not a stretch to say that we are indeed living in the age of Captain Marvel. But as awesome as Carol Danvers is, the legacy of Captain Marvel did not began with her. Well, the legacy of Captain Marvel doesn’t begin with Marvel either, but that’s way too drawn out to get into
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3D Realms (developers of Duke Nukem 3D) have teamed up with a group of Quake modders known as KillPixel to deliver Wrath: Aeon of Ruin: a retro FPS title based on the Quake engine. Wrath: Aeon of Ruin does feature a story (you’re an outlander tasked with defeating some ancient guardians or something along those
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This article contains massive Captain Marvel spoilers. We have a spoiler free review of the movie here. While Captain Marvel is thoroughly committed to establishing Carol Danvers and her place in the MCU, it’s also the closest thing to a Nick Fury origin story that Marvel Studios is ever likely to give us. Samuel L.
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In the late ’80s and ’90s, Sega enjoyed a golden period of success. The Sega Genesis became a hugely popular console in America and Europe. Although it faced tougher competition in Japan from Nintendo’s Super Nintendo, games like Sonic the Hedgehog, Altered Beast, Golden Axe, Streets of Rage, and a range of licensed sports titles made
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This is a spoiler-free review. There are vampires on the island of Staten and they’re not just part of the post-Goth scene. Yes, they are fond of glitter and creepy paper but they are not likely to wind up on Creepy Pasta. The vampires on What We Do in the Shadows don’t need fake fangs
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The Sinking City takes place in the fictional city of Oakmont, Massachusetts during the 1920s. Lovecraftian deities have wreaked havoc on the area and have left the town of Oakmont largely underwater. Despite the inconvenience – and the sudden presence of fish people who roam the city – some human citizens remain trying to make
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It’s finally time for Oliver Queen to hang up his bow: The CW’s hit superhero series Arrow is officially ending after Season 8. The final season will consist of 10 episodes. In a statement, series executive producers Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Beth Schwartz said: “This was a difficult decision to come to, but like every
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Wyatt Cenac just wants to help. The first season of Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas on HBO covered things like space travel, police apologies, and automation. For Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas Season 2, the comedian is getting a little more specific. Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas Season 2 will focus chiefly on the American education system per an HBO release. The 10-episode
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Here at Den of Geek, we love a good space opera: that delightful subgenre of science fiction that combines action, adventure, romance, and melodrama and sets it all in space. Between now and the end of 2019, fans of space opera have a lot to look forward to. Whether or not you’re excited about the
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IMAGE: This quantum chip (1×1 cm big) allows the researchers to listen to the smallest radio signal allowed by quantum mechanics. view more  Credit: TU Delft Researchers at Delft University of Technology have created a quantum circuit that enables them to listen to the weakest radio signal allowed by quantum mechanics. This new quantum circuit opens
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IMAGE: Kostas Sarakinos, Davide Sangiovanni and Georgios Almyras at National Supercomputer Centre, Linköping University. view more  Credit: Anna Nilsen Researchers at Linköping University have developed a theoretical model that enables simulations for showing what happens in hard cutting materials as they degrade. The model will enable manufacturing industry to save both time and money. The model
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A new UK trailer for James Gunn’s (Guardians Of The Galaxy) new ‘superhero’ film Brightburn has landed, and it knows how to send tingles up your spin. Check it out: <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> Here’s the synopsis for the film: What if a child from another world crash-landed on Earth,
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Long before she became Captain Marvel, Carol Danvers kept busy with a whole litany of careers. She has worked for various real and fictional parts of the U.S. government, like the Air Force and Agents of SHIELD, and has teamed up with everyone from the X-Men and the Ultimates to the Starjammers and Operation: Lighting Storm.
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EA will not hold a formal press conference at E3 2019. The studio announced their decision to skip this year’s press conference at the EA Play event via a recent press release that explains the company’s desire to simply focus more on their games this year.  “We’re skipping the press conference this year and are
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IMAGE: Weidong Zhou, electrical engineering professor at The University of Texas at Arlington, is trying to develop high-speed and energy-efficient lasers using the least amount of energy. view more  Credit: UT Arlington Inside massive data centers, electrical data interconnections consume huge amounts of electricity. But an alternative–semiconductor laser-based optical interconnects–offers an energy-efficient solution for the sustainable
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WASHINGTON, D.C., March 7, 2019 — Researchers have harnessed the latest nanofabrication techniques to create bug-shaped robots that are wirelessly powered, able to walk, able to survive harsh environments and tiny enough to be injected through an ordinary hypodermic needle. “When I was a kid, I remember looking in a microscope, and seeing all this
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