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From a baby-Ripley "Aliens" Power Loader to the "Stranger Things" opening credits logo, we've got a gaggle of costumes that venture outside the Halloween norm.
Good grief! Fans of both series will appreciate the new video, in which Eleven takes a shift in Lucy's psychiatric stand and Winona Ryder gets the Miss Othmar wah-wah voice.
The adult megasite offers to save the microvideo platform and restore it to its "NSFW glory."
The MegaBots team checks out new custom tank treads designed just for their ultimate fighting robot.
It's oddly satisfying to watch this video of a Lego helicopter and truck melting at the hands of a gas torch.
The red-sweatered voter, ready to make America sweet again, puts his vote where his mouth is in a candy ad.
"The Way of Kings" gets the green light as the first Sanderson book lined up for movie treatment, with a screenplay coming from the "Saw" writing team.
The NFL cornerback had the wand, the robe and even the right music. Too bad his team couldn't have put a spell on Steven Hauschka's missed field goal.
The massive ride-sharing startup envisions a world of flying commuter vehicles not that far down the road. Or is that flight path?
"Sherlock" actors Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman will chase down new mysteries beginning on January 1.
A 3-year-old photo is going viral. Is that the "Ghostbusters" star, or "Forrest Gump" himself?
These "humble masterpieces of design" were the start of a new visual language, says the museum.
Do you know which species are most likely to kill you? You will after watching this fright fest.
MacBooks got thinner and lighter. So did Twitter, but that's because the company cut 9% of its workforce.