As more of our existence seems to transfer to a digital realm, our vulnerabilities will also make the shift. Here are the things to look out for in 2011.
From defending the world from invaders of the third kind to trying race down that road, arcade games have had their place in entertainment history and in our hearts.
If you’re looking for a nostalgia fix, the 1980s made up the golden age of computer games.
If history has taught us anything, a phone’s only as good as the apps it can run. In that spirit, here are 50 good Windows Phone 7 apps (many of them free) for your consideration as you load up your new handset.
A selection of game machines which fell so hard that they’ve become cautionary tales for the entire video game business.
Begin (or continue) your horror literature education with our list of the top 15 classic horror novels published before 1950.
To honor the sleepy Swedish roots of Let Me In, we’ve listed twenty films that have gone somewhat unseen in the catalog of vampire films.
Our ten favorite apps, from that will have you organized and ready to study.
We’ll applaud their achievements while we witness what we really came for: Children who journey closer to a breaking point with each letter they frantically scrawl onto their arms with invisible finger ink.
We don’t mean to offend thee, Oh Great James Cameron, we just want to watch aliens attempt to destroy the earth while people run around screaming – no Celine Dion required.
The collective Hive Mind at Techland has compiled a list of the 10 hottest games available for the iPhone and iPod Touch. A sprinkling of classics to just released games made the cut and we’re sure you’ll like them just as much as we do. Have any you’d like to add? Sound off in comments.
Favorite cartoons, be them TV series, movies or comics are sacred ground. To soil a perfectly wonderful cartoon is to tramp around on childhood memories. And who else can we depend on to beat a dead horse? Hollywood.