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Amazon greenlights the fifth season of Bosch

Amazon Prime Video’s longest running hour-long original series is back for yet another season. The company has greenlit Season 5 of Bosch, the Emmy-nominated series based on Michael Connelly’s detective/crime fiction novels. Bosch follows LAPD Detective Hieronymus “Harry” Bosch as he tries to solve the most elusive cases. The fifth season is based on the …

There's a trailer for that weird 'Overboard' remake and we're left with some questions

At last, Hollywood delivers a love story we can all relate to: Boy meets girl. Boy gets amnesia. Girl pretends she’s married to boy, because reasons. The premise of Overboard, which has been characterized as everything from a heartwarming rom-com to flat-out gaslighting (sometimes in the same sentence), worked in the 1987 original because of …

Valve Releases Original Half-Life for OS X and Linux

The original Half-Life game from Valve that changed first-person games and video games in general drastically in many ways has been ported to Linux and Mac. The game originally released in 1998, before either of these operating systems were good gaming platforms. But Valve is very well known for keeping its old games alive. Although …

iQueue Free is an All-in-One iPhone App to Manage Your Netflix Queues

Ever since I got my Netflix DVD subscription, I have found myself remembering movies that I want to watch on-the-go, like when someone recommends them to me in person. The official Netflix app does not allow adding discs to the DVD queue as of now. The iOS app is basically Netflix Instant for iPhone and …

New 'Game of Thrones' info hints at the bleak fate of King's Landing

Ah: the map room. Watching Cersei arrogantly tramping over the seven kingdoms of Westeros in the Red Keep’s courtyard was perhaps the most apt metaphor for her rise to power. We left Cersei in Season 7 with her armies in shambles, the imminent threat of a white walker  marching closer to the city, and her …

Please enjoy this dramatic reading of the nonsense Harry Potter book written by a bot

In December, some truly magical minds at Botnik created a predictive keyboard versed in Harry Potter. The bot wrote an entire book chapter composed entirely of predictive text, and it was glorious. Now there’s a dramatic reading – complete with delightfully deranged visuals from Jamie Loftus – to bring that story to life. Harry Potter …