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The classic flick predicted the end of the Chicago Cubs' epic pennant drought, and, possibly, Donald Trump's rise on the political scene.
Shaun Levy will bring PlayStation star Nathan Drake to the big screen.
A survey reveals the many names Brits call their TV remote, from "zapper" to "turny-over machine".
Be afraid. Just in time for Halloween, researchers from MIT create a horror-imagery generator that can make even the most idyllic scene look scary.
A new study showing which US cities search for which health conditions most makes us feel sorry for Columbus. Does your city make the list?
Marvel's fast, funny and freaky film pulls a spectacular rabbit from the special effects hat, but the story lacks magic.
How many drones does it take to screw in a light bulb? Watch this viral video to discover how hard it is to replace just one bulb using a remote-controlled quadcopter.
"Measure twice, carve once." Make your Halloween even more heroic with these game-themed pumpkin carving patterns from Blizzard's first-person shooter.
A paper co-written by Apple's mobile software is accepted almost immediately by an international scientific conference. Break out your smartphones, would-be scientists.
No one knows who'll win the World Series, but the Cubbies might take the crown for the most celebrity fans.
Aaaaah! Yaaaargh! Eeeeek! Every scream imaginable makes an appearance in Shudder's never-ending "Stream of Screams."
It takes three people and some crafting skills to pull off this costume inspired by the opening credits for the hit Netflix series.
Do you know which species are most likely to kill you? You will after watching this fright fest.
Apple announced financials and while it sold millions of iPhones, the figure doesn't stack up to Apple's past. Meanwhile, AT&T's DirecTV Now service looks very wallet-friendly.