If you think of yourself as a serious gamer, yet you've never played the 1993 Super Nintendo classic Star Fox then you owe it to yourself to hunt down the emulator ROM and give it a whirl because it is an awesome gaming experience.
Youtuber Rickonami is obviously a fan of Star Fox, since he an a few friends created this shiny new intro sequence as a tribute to the game's greatness, complete with updated 3d models and visual effects.
With Avengers fever sweeping through movie theaters across the globe, it's time for yet another Avengers related post-now with cute side-by-side comparisons!
Here are eight dogs that resemble the cast of The Avengers and they're pretty much spot on, especially the cocker spaniel-Scarlett Johansson resemblance. Is there a sequel with an all canine cast in the works?
These spooky figures, holding a note with their faces obscured, are part of a strange street art advertising campaign by Red Agency for Goodwill stores, to illustrate that Goodwill is the best place to buy costumes.
The slogan is "Be Anything This Halloween", but I don't think I'll be going to this year's Halloween bash dressed as a dumpster.
Still, as far as advertising campaigns are concerned, this is a rather creative and surreal campaign, and it would be fun to spot these odd stickers all over town.
Your favorite Nickelodeon characters get serious as they don the battle gear worn by Earth's mightiest heroes, The Avengers!
I guess Dennis Culver, the artist behind this wacky animation mashup, is as excited about The Avengers movie as the rest of the interwebs. And his SpongeThor SquareGirdle really put a smile on my face.
Nicktoons pretending to be Marvel superheroes would be awesome to see in an animated form, too bad the legal conflicts between the two entertainment juggernauts would prevent this fun mashup from ever being made. A geek can dream, can't he?!
The Human Tim presents a rocking rendition of the theme song to the animated TV classic DuckTales, complete with drums and a hardcore breakdown in the middle that will bang your head with childhood memories.
Head over to Tim's Facebook page to download this and many other amazing cover versions of nerdy classics by The Human Tim!
Referring to Tony Stark as "bright" is an understatement, but this stained glass lampshade, made by DeviantARTist mclanesmemories and shaped like Iron Man's helmet, is certainly a bright idea in home decor!
The geometric stained glass look is pretty square, representing Tony's scientific side, while the vibrant colors reveal the billionaire playboy beneath the armor. This is quite possibly the classiest piece of Iron Man themed art work ever made!
This is one cool animated music video for Pree's song "Te Koop/A Vendre", and it's full of rich paper textures and a nature theme that finds the band playing with the birds in the trees. It's a visual delight, and the song ain't bad either!
The movie adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs' seminal science fiction novel A Princess of Mars may have been a commercial failure, but the visual effects, and the concept art behind the visuals, represent the highest level of industry excellence.
Artist Michael Kutsche has kindly shared some of the character and creature designs he created for John Carter with the interwebs, and it should be put together in a book with the rest of the concept art for the movie right away!
If you're looking for a good education, top ranking sports programs and a peer group striving for academic excellence then you should probably look into attending Duke, Wake Forest or the University of North Carolina.
But if you want to attend college for the booze, buds and sunbathing then you should check out North Carolina State!
I'm not sure whether this short film was made as a joke or a student's attempt to recruit more party people for their campus, but either way it's fun to watch and totally 80s!
When faced with the decision of which booth to support, for charity of course, I think I'd have to go with the biting booth. I've heard the theories about a dog's mouth being cleaner than a human's, but the stench of liver flavored dog treats overrides any fear I have of germs!
Good news everyone! Another gaming relic from your childhood is available to play for free, thanks to those clever marketers who know that letting a game like Chex Quest make the rounds again gives you an opportunity to once again advertise your product.
The product in question is Chex cereal, and since it's not a detestable product I'm sure many who remember the silly advertising games from the 1990s will appreciate being able to play them all again, if only for the sake of nostalgia.
This googly eyed gentleman is named Dan Considine, and he'd like to take you on a tour of accents from across the globe, starting with the Land of Blarney and ending in the good ol' U.S. of A.
I see lots of voice over work in this guy's future, and he seems like he'd be a lot of fun at a party after he's feeling good from a few shots of rotgut, but a little bit of any one accent goes a long way. Don't overdo it Dan!
Aside from being located in one of the most fabulous cities in the world, Disneyland Paris has a lot of other features which make a native Southern Californian like myself very jealous indeed-their Indiana Jones ride has a loop, an adult worthy rollercoaster based on Finding Nemo, and now the proposed addition of a Star Wars themed section of the park.
Star Wars Land is rumored to be coming to Disneyland Paris sometime in 2015, which means Disney's crew of Imagineers are probably hard at work designing and testing the features of this exciting new section of the park.
I hope they include lots of Wookiees and Ewoks, and leave the JarJars on the drawing board.
This is a trailer for an upcoming sci-fi movie called Shuffle, and what the movie lacks in A-list talent and budget it more than makes up for in originality and compelling storyline.
With a mind-bending plot about a man who wakes up every morning at a different point in his own life, and the addition of a creepy little kid who speaks in a cryptic manner and seems to know what's going on, watching it promises to be a rollercoaster ride for your brain.
Jake Fleisher wants to throw his acting hat in the ring and land a role in a Hollywood movie, preferably a sci-fi flick that is worthy of his considerable thespian talents.
Watch him work his magic on this audition tape, which demonstrates why he shouldn't rule out acting in a direct-to-TV movie made for the Syfy channel. Perhaps Sharktopus 3 is holding auditions for a leading man?
This little guy is too cool for a shell, and decided to skip all that egg nonsense and hatch the old fashioned way-inside his mother after a 21 day incubation period.
He didn't have to worry about becoming an omelette, or being used in a high school Biology class as baby training, and since his birth took his mother's life he's taken over the responsibility of lording over his siblings with an iron beak.
Look for him to become the ruler of all Sri Lankan chickens within the next year, and vote Stripey if you know what's good for you!
This camera doesn't want to simply duplicate whatever you see through the viewfinder, it would rather describe the whole scene to you via text.
Created by Matt Richardson to explore the possibility of adding metadata to digital photos, it requires a team to analyze each photo, who then sends the description back via text 3 to 6 minutes later.
It's safe to say that the descriptive camera won't be replacing traditional photographic equipment anytime soon, but it does have the distinction of being the strangest, and arguably the most useless, bit of tech I've seen in quite some time.
Hit the link if you want to find out more about the ideas behind this conceptual gadget, and how the whole process really works.
Every super powered action movie has a handful of scenes in common-preparing for battle scene with dramatic music, revealing yourself to the world scene with epic music, and battle scene with bad guy with dramatically epic music.
Don't believe me? Check out this mashup created by editor sleepyskunk and you'll become a believer. Sleepy has also included a full list of the movies he used on the video's YouTube page, so you can check out the original awesomeness for yourself.
Why does something called Skywalking have nothing to do with Luke or Leia, or Star Wars for that matter? Because it's dumb, that's why. Skywalking is not the same as Planking, so don't even go there kiddies.
But that doesn't stop "daredevils" from risking their lives for attention and internet acclaim by Skywalking from such great heights that I tremble at the thought of looking down from way up there.
Not that I have a phobia or anything, it just isn't natural for people to be up that high without a net or a parachute!