Delivering a level of extravaganza reached by few other games, this collision of individuality and corporate production remains magnetic.
Bethesda's forthcoming shooter looks like a faithful follow-up to the 1993 original, only a whole lot gorier.
With its goofy story and newcomer-friendly options, NetherRealm's fighter is a hardcore game with a soft, quite possibly skewered, heart.
Dennaton's bloody, 8-bit sequel to one of indie gaming's biggest hits is brutal for sure, but the most violent game ever? Come on...
We spoke to a police officer whose job is investigating fatal crash sites to find out who's responsible.
According to creator Dez Dolly, the viral video started out as branded content before it "scared the living shit" out of the sponsor.
The real monsters in modern, independent horror movies aren't ghosts or demons—they're other human beings. Is scare cinema growing up?
The teacher screened Spanish-speaking segments for her Spanish class, despite the film featuring graphic violence, gore, faeces, strap-ons, 9/11 tattoos, and a dogfight.
The internet exposed me to the depths of human cruelty, but it was Pasolini's masterpiece that truly disgusted and beguiled me.
If you came to games fresh during the previous console generation, where once-grainy graphics made the switch to full HD, you don't know how easy you've had it.
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The giallo master dishes on hot monsters, giant TV sets, and the death of film criticism.
You probably don't know the name Ira Isaacs, but I bet you can remember the first time you saw a girl poop into a cup on camera, hand it to another girl who started eating the poop and vomiting, then the girls kissed a bunch and poop went everywhere. Well…
Tumblr kids have finally picked up on the fact that bloody, puke-covered split wieners are the new black.
Fake blood has been an integral part of shitty photography since daguerreotypes were around. That's long enough.
Lots of interviews with people who've had crazy shit happen to them.