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HBO's remake of the 1973 sci-fi/Western mashup sees emotional robots in an existential shootout with the darkest of human desires.
It hasn't happened since 2014, but an unusual celestial event coming Friday is no reason to freak out.
Film artist Colin Cantwell tells Reddit how the iconic trench came to be. And it turns out the X-Wing owes its life to a night of drinking.
C'mon, grab your friends, the surreal animated show still has two seasons and some specials left.
YouTube user TechRax's latest torture test takes him to the top of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai.
A hiker captures footage of a copperhead grappling with a cottonmouth, perplexing herpetologists in the process.
The Marvel superhero movie, set for release in 2018, just got a bit more magical now that Doctor Strange is set to be in it.
Kristian Nairn's mother sure knows how to hold open a door in style, giving her son and "Game of Thrones" fans a good laugh.
When building a massive fighting robot, it's good to know its limitations. Watch as "MegaBots" tests its machine using a paintball cannon and wrecking ball.
Apple will be the largest tenant in the redeveloped Battersea Power Station by the banks of the river Thames.
An auto repair shop in Poland does just fine running some of its operations on a C64C from the '80s, thank you very much.
SpaceX wants to see a million Earthlings living on Mars this century, but before anyone signs up we're going to tweet about it.
The SpaceX founder wants to build a Martian metropolis in our lifetime. Is the plan historic or just hubris? We discuss.
BlackBerry will rely on partners to build any future phones while it concentrates on software. Meanwhile, some Samsung top-loading wash machines have a big flaw.