Two of the biggest problems with Hasbro’s nostalgia-fueled Combiner Wars Transformers line so far were a helicopter named Alpha Bravo and a pickup truck named Off-Road. Thanks for filling in, guys—your replacements have arrived.
One week from today, Mad Max returns to our screens in Mad Max: Fury Road. But that post-apocalyptic road-rage survivor wouldn’t be around today if he hadn’t starred in two incredible movies, decades ago. Here are all the weirdest facts you never knew about the making of Mad Max and The Road Warrior. Plus an exclusive…
This clever trick will guarantee that you don’t use spoiled food in case your freezer loses power when you are away on vacation. It only requires a bottle of Gatorade (or any other fluid) and a glass.
The Apple Watch reviews are beginning to pour in. All those ratings, specs, and comparisons are way too much noise to pay attention to. A more serene, peaceful way of absorbing the essence of Apple Watch is by listening to every adjective the illustrious Jony Ive has used to describe the device.
We put Outlander’s Graham McTavish’s scotch-drinking abilities on trial with an Outlander-inspired Scotch Taste Test. Then, after a few pulls, he sat down and spilled the beans on the many “lairds” of McTavish’s kilted character Dougal.
Your microwave is one of the most versatile tools in your kitchen. It can reheat leftovers, make lemons easier to squeeze, and even revive dried-up mascara. Here are nine of our favorite microwave tricks, in video form.
We’ve heard a lot about the Lyons LM2 Streamliner, a car that’s supposed to have 1700 horsepower, some sort of wireless capacity, and scream all the way to 290 MPH. Problem is, it wasn’t finished in time for its scheduled NY Auto Show debut last week. But... have no fear. It arrived to the show late, and we made a…
Today on the 100th episode of Highlight Reel we have great pebble skills in Bloodborne, smooth NPC moves, sniper shots in GTA V and much, much more!
Hello, my name is Madeleine and—when I'm not too busy screaming into my haunted telephone or betting on illegal baby fights—I really love to help people. Welcome to "Madvice."
When we stepped inside the facility, you could almost smell the circuitboard. All around us conveyor belts were transporting staggering heaps of electronics to and from shredders and sorters—from hard drives to old TVs, to medical devices, Macbooks, and printers. So many printers.
Critter & Guitari make some of the most unique synthesizers I've ever seen. They don't just sound cool—they're explicitly designed to be both familiar to experienced musicians and encourage people to engage with the gear in new and creative ways.
Above, you'll find a video of the most incredible day of my life.
One thing you should know about Bay Area rapper Iamsu is that he loves his mom; I know this because he brought her along when he came by the Deadspin office recently. The reason he stopped by to begin with brings me to the other thing you should know about the guy otherwise known as Suzy Six Speed: He definitely reads…
Lots of video games trap you in places where everything is trying to kill you. But many of those environments at least have the decency to stay the same so you could figure things out. Not Necropolis. You're going to be starting a whole new death march every time you bite the dust.
Today on Highlight Reel we have bumbling CounterSpy enemies, poor civic planning in Cities: Skylines, sad cats in GTA V and more!
Gigantic is a game that’s gotten a lot of praise for its good looks. That’s understandable, given how sharp its visuals have been in every glimpse we’ve gotten. But Motiga’s multiplayer arena game plays well, too.
What if you're not a tough guy but you want to dress like a tough guy? (But you're a girl.)
Longtime gamers know how terrible it is to keep waiting and waiting for vaporware. Turns out the characters inside these stillborn worlds hate not knowing where they're coming out, too.
Helicopter rides are fun and fast; and ridesharing apps are booming. These are the core ideas behind Gotham Air, a helicopter rideshare service that promises to get you from helipad to airport in six minutes. Do you need it? Definitely not. Is it amazing? We tried it — and yes, it absolutely is.
There are few names that represent a commitment to the distribution of classic films like the Criterion Collection. Since the 1980s, they have remastered and released hundreds of movies on Laserdisc, DVD and Blu-Ray. We recently visited the Criterion headquarters in New York to get a first-hand look at the meticulous…