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May 29, 2019

Not ’Zilla: 12 giant monster movies that break the Toho mold

A kaiju is a bit like obscenity: hard to define, but you know it when you see it. They must be gigantic, of course, and preferably either reptilian or insectile in nature, though there’s some room for flexibility on that point. (Is King Kong a kaiju? While Legendary’s new MonsterVerse thinks so, we’ll leave it to you,…

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May 15, 2019

Simply the beast: 18 of the greatest dog sidekicks in pop culture

The W.C. Fields adage warning against working with children or animals is solid advice, mostly—but pop culture (and history) has also proven that dogs have more than earned their place as man’s best friend, becoming as integral to our existence as work and play. They listen to us whine and offer slobbery consolation…

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March 6, 2019

Dust in the wind: 13 on-screen cremation calamities

There’s just no relief for the fictional dead. If it’s not deceased dragons being lifted from their watery graves, then it’s a modern prometheus sculpting new life out of old cadavers, or a melancholy Dane slipping into reminiscence while gripping the skull of a late court jester. Cremation ought to deliver one from…

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November 8, 2018

Bethesda Says It Plans To Fix Fallout 76’s Item Storage Problem

Fallout 76 players are running out of room in their inventories, and the game’s not even out yet. Fortunately, Bethesda is promising a fix.

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