Movie Review: ‘Dune’ Spices Things Up In Long-Awaited Reboot


 There’s a lot riding on 2021’s Dune film adaptation. Not only does it have to live up to the expectations of faithfully bringing Frank Herbert’s groundbreaking, genre-defining 1965 masterpiece of a novel to life, it also has to live up to the high expectations that inherently come along with being a film directed by […]
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This Horrifying Fish Is Actually Very Sweet And Affectionate To Humans


 As the old saying goes, “never judge a book by its cover”. And the wolffish is living proof of that statement. Despite their creepy-looking faces and menacing teeth that often protrude out of their faces, Atlantic wolffish aren’t actually dangerous and don’t pose a threat to humans. Of course, we didn’t always know that […]
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Metroid: The Dark Lore Behind Nintendo’s Sci-Fi Masterpiece


 It’s an exciting time to be a Metroid fan. With the announcement of the October release of Metroid Dread, the fifth and reportedly final installment of the core Metroid saga, as well as confirmation that the long-awaited Metroid Prime 4 is currently in development and due next year, there is no better time to […]
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“I’m Telling The Truth Now”: Japanese Artist Shares Confession About Original Pac-Man Design


 As Bandai Namco celebrates the 40th anniversary of gaming icon Pac-Man, fans have been treated to lots of fresh content and merchandise to the legendary series. It started with the release of Pac-Man 99 on the Nintendo Switch and has continued with not one but two special commemorative watches – one from Timex and […]
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Movie Review: ‘Dune’ Spices Things Up In Long-Awaited Reboot


 There’s a lot riding on 2021’s Dune film adaptation. Not only does it have to live up to the expectations of faithfully bringing Frank Herbert’s groundbreaking, genre-defining 1965 masterpiece of a novel to life, it also has to live up to the high expectations that inherently come along with being a film directed by […]
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Oklahoman Hospital Puts Out Statement To Stop Spread Of Ivermectin Disinformation


 It all started with a misleading headline and article from Rolling Stone Magazine, and now a hospital in Oklahoma has had to scramble to get the word out to its community that the hospital is operating normally. Rolling Stone published an article citing Dr. Jason McElyea as its primary source. Dr. McElyea claimed Oklahoman […]
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“They Looked Like People”: A Bizarre And Bone-Chilling Missing Person Story


 Roughly 800,000 children go missing every year in the United States. It’s a tragic statistic, but many of them do eventually find their way back home. However, most of them do not return with a story as bizarre and disturbing as a “John Doe” case out of Mount Shasta, California. Mount Shasta is well-known […]
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Golden Penguin? For The First Time Ever, Photographer Captures Elusive Bird On Camera


 Little did Belgian nature photographer Yves Adams know when he set out on a two-month trip to Antarctica that he would be the first to ever take a picture of one of the world’s rarest birds: a yellow penguin. 49-year-old Adams made a brief stop at Salisbury Plain in South Georgia to see a […]
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This Horrifying Fish Is Actually Very Sweet And Affectionate To Humans


 As the old saying goes, “never judge a book by its cover”. And the wolffish is living proof of that statement. Despite their creepy-looking faces and menacing teeth that often protrude out of their faces, Atlantic wolffish aren’t actually dangerous and don’t pose a threat to humans. Of course, we didn’t always know that […]
  • by Dan Martin
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“I’m Telling The Truth Now”: Japanese Artist Shares Confession About Original Pac-Man Design


 As Bandai Namco celebrates the 40th anniversary of gaming icon Pac-Man, fans have been treated to lots of fresh content and merchandise to the legendary series. It started with the release of Pac-Man 99 on the Nintendo Switch and has continued with not one but two special commemorative watches – one from Timex and […]
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Movie Review: ‘Dune’ Spices Things Up In Long-Awaited Reboot


 There’s a lot riding on 2021’s Dune film adaptation. Not only does it have to live up to the expectations of faithfully bringing Frank Herbert’s groundbreaking, genre-defining 1965 masterpiece of a novel to life, it also has to live up to the high expectations that inherently come along with being a film directed by […]
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Oklahoman Hospital Puts Out Statement To Stop Spread Of Ivermectin Disinformation


 It all started with a misleading headline and article from Rolling Stone Magazine, and now a hospital in Oklahoma has had to scramble to get the word out to its community that the hospital is operating normally. Rolling Stone published an article citing Dr. Jason McElyea as its primary source. Dr. McElyea claimed Oklahoman […]
  • by Cliff Naozumi
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“They Looked Like People”: A Bizarre And Bone-Chilling Missing Person Story


 Roughly 800,000 children go missing every year in the United States. It’s a tragic statistic, but many of them do eventually find their way back home. However, most of them do not return with a story as bizarre and disturbing as a “John Doe” case out of Mount Shasta, California. Mount Shasta is well-known […]
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Golden Penguin? For The First Time Ever, Photographer Captures Elusive Bird On Camera


 Little did Belgian nature photographer Yves Adams know when he set out on a two-month trip to Antarctica that he would be the first to ever take a picture of one of the world’s rarest birds: a yellow penguin. 49-year-old Adams made a brief stop at Salisbury Plain in South Georgia to see a […]
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This Horrifying Fish Is Actually Very Sweet And Affectionate To Humans


 As the old saying goes, “never judge a book by its cover”. And the wolffish is living proof of that statement. Despite their creepy-looking faces and menacing teeth that often protrude out of their faces, Atlantic wolffish aren’t actually dangerous and don’t pose a threat to humans. Of course, we didn’t always know that […]
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