New York Comic Con 2014 Epic Cosplay

A fun cosplay music video featuring some great costumes from New York Comic Con 2014.

Music: The Black Keys - Gold On The Celling

Top 10 Slow-Mo Moments of All Time

Slow Motion is one of the oldest (and best!) tricks in the filmmaker’s playbook. Showing the action at half speed can add gravitas, drama, or old-fashioned epic-ness to any shot. Here are some of slow-mo moments of all time!

The list:

  • The Matrix (1999)
  • Dredd (2012)
  • Watchmen (2009)
  • Zombieland (2009)
  • Reservoir Dogs (1992)
  • Hard-Boiled (1992)
  • The Shining (1980)
  • Olympia (1938)
  • Drive (2011)
  • Hurt Locker (2008)

Dos Adolescentes Austriacas, de 15 y 16 Años, Dejan a su Familia Para Unirse al Estado Islámico

En cuestión de un mes las cachondas austriacas que escaparon a Siria para convertirse a yihadistas deseaban volver después de la desilusión que les ha supuesto su actual forma de vida.

The Empire Strikes Back Uncut: An Amazing Shot-For-Shot Remake In 480 Different Styles (Official Full Movie)

Watch the full version of The Empire Strikes Back Uncut, a fan-made, shot-for-shot remake of the Star Wars classic!

With more than 480 fan-made segments culled from over 1,500 submissions, The Empire Strikes Back Uncut (also known as ESB Uncut) features a stunning mash-up of styles and filmmaking techniques, including live action, animation, and stop-motion. The project launched in 2013, with fans claiming 15-second scenes to reimagine as they saw fit – resulting in sequences created with everything from action figures to cardboard props to stunning visual effects.

Helmed by Casey Pugh, who oversaw 2010’s Emmy-winning Star Wars Uncut, the new film has a wonderful homemade charm, stands as an affectionate tribute to The Empire Strikes Back, and is a testament to the talent, imagination, and dedication of Star Wars fans.

To learn more about Star Wars Uncut and The Empire Strikes Back Uncut, please visit

Science: Where Do Genes Come From?

When life emerged on Earth about 4 billion years ago, the earliest microbes had a set of basic genes that succeeded in keeping them alive.

In the age of humans and other large organisms, there are a lot more genes to go around. Where did all of those new genes come from?

Carl Zimmer examines the mutation and multiplication of genes.

Lesson by Carl Zimmer, animation by TOGETHER.