Sometimes it’s deserved (like if you run over a gypsy’s dog). Sometimes it’s unjustified (you just happen to open the wrong tomb). But you never know when you might become the victim of an ancient curse. If you become the victim of an ancient curse, you’re probably not having a good time. Rather, you could… Read More


Can we just admit one sad fact to ourselves? The Magic Kingdom has lost its magic. After a brief spurt of resurrected brilliance in the late Eighties and early Nineties, Disney firmly and finally traded its hat full of magic for the cold math of franchises. Allowing the deliberate construction of franchises (not stories, mind… Read More


Let’s face it: if humanity is attacked by an advanced intelligence, we’re going to lose. We can barely handle a few mountain men hiding up in the hills with rocket launchers and AK-47s. What would we do if city-sized flying saucers dropped out of the sky and started frying everything? Answer: nothing. We would scurry… Read More


We’ve already tried to imagine an alternate world in which Marvel’s Avengers met in college and then tried to decide what their majors would be. Well, we are an equal opportunity publication and we don’t want you DC fans to feel slighted. This got us thinking about the Justice League, the nearest approximation to the… Read More


signs you have a bad roommate

For most new college students, it’s their first time living with someone who isn’t a relative. This experience can be rewarding, forging friendships and memories to last a lifetime. Or you can be saddled with an ex-convict with some serious trust issues. And if you get a bad roommate, dude, your life is going to… Read More


As you enter college, your social circle explodes. You are suddenly thrust in front of thousands of people from various places. You’re living with complete strangers. All of these new relationships can be difficult to manage unless you keep in mind which relationships are most important. To help you properly prioritize your college relationships, here… Read More


Kicking off four weeks of intentionally and unintentionally terrifying movies this weekend are two big releases: Let Me In, which examines the horrors of adolescence through the lens of a vampire tale; and The Social Network, which confronts the horrific truth that socially inept geeks were the masterminds behind the digital powerhouse that is Facebook. Let’s dive in, shall we?… Read More