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Sleep No More

You wander into the dark hotel on eleventh avenue and walk through a dimly lit hall. They take your coat and ticket and motion towards a dim light in the distance. You walk through pitch-blackness, hands in front of you, through a winding hallway. Before

Axe Cop: the Live Action Movie

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Ming Mashes Kanye with the Cranberries

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New Ellipsis Album Out

I was at my ten year college reunion this summer, sprawled out on the campus lawn chatting with some friends during an alumni concert, when a voice stopped me cold in my tracks. It happens so rarely, a singer’s voice so powerful it’s physically arresting.

The Batmobile Through the Ages

From a red 1940s convertible to the godawful “Tumbler” who would’ve guessed that the Batmobile had so many incarnations? I’m partial to the ’60s and ’90s. Which one would you want to see in your garage on Christmas morn?

The Top 50 Viral Videos of 2010

I can think of no more fitting retrospective to this tumultuous year than Sesame Street whipping its collective hair, horses in cars, bed intruders and iguanas getting flatulent in bathtubs. Thanks Videogum, for providing us all with a sense of history and a sense of

Top Ten iPhone Auto Correct Fails

Ah the iPhone auto correct – everyone’s favorite scourge from 2010. Whether switching out everyday english for Nazi terminology or turning your texts with mom into scatalogical tell-alls, nothing rubs us the wrong (right?) way like Steve Jobs’ answer for a shitty touchscreen keyboard. Damn

Science, Yoda & the Buddha Agree…

Science has finally conceded to what the zen buddhists and residents of Dagobah have been saying since time immemorial: to be happy, just live in the moment. People spend 46.9% of their waking lives thinking about something other than what they’re actually doing. It’s a