Scary Clean: A Haunted Car Wash Experience In Ohio

This is a video news report about the Rainforest Car Wash in Brunswick, Ohio, which offers “Haunted Car Wash” experiences leading up to Halloween. A wash costs $20 and works like a regular automated car wash except there are scary clowns and zombies inside and outside the wash tunnel. Is that safe? I feel like you shouldn’t have people in difficult-to-see-out-of masks hanging around all that heavy equipment. That sounds like a real dead body waiting to happen that everybody just thinks is part of the show until the next morning. Continue reading

New ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Poster Echoes ‘A New Hope’

Along with the final trailer for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, last night Disney also released a brand new poster for the highly anticipated film. The tone of the entire trailer seemed to be “conclusion,” as director and co-writer J.J. Abrams has previously revealed that Star Wars 9 was crafted as an ending not just to the new trilogy he began with The Force Awakens, but to the entire Skywalker saga that kicked into gear with George Lucas’ groundbreaking 1977 film Star Wars—later dubbed “Star Wars: A New Hope.” So it’s only fitting, then, that …

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Author: Adam Chitwood

Olympic Skier’s Human Rube Goldberg Machine Style Training Routine

This is a video of Swiss freestyle skier Andri Ragettli doing a little parkour balance training (previously: one of his earlier parkour routines). I’m not gonna lie, it’s impressive, and he’d probably excel at those Ninja Warrior obstacle courses too. Me? I rolled my ankle getting out of bed this morning, shook my fist at the heavens, and demanded God just take me now.

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Thanks to peahen, who agrees Andri could have saved some balance for the rest of us. Continue reading

FIRST and Star Wars: Force for Change Launch ‘Build My Droid’ Contest

In the Star Wars galaxy, droids are some of the most loyal counterparts and reliable copilots around. From humanoid protocol droids to roly-poly astromechs, they come in all shapes and sizes.

And if you’ve ever dreamed of designing your own Star Wars droid, now’s your chance. StarWars.com is thrilled to announce the “Build My Droid” contest*, an initiative launched by Star Wars: Force for Change and FIRST to inspire the next generation of heroes and innovators in science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) and creative arts. Continue reading

‘The Outer Worlds’ Review: A Game of the Year Contender on This World or Any Other

Around this time last year, I began my 100% journey through Red Dead Redemption 2, one of the rare titles I felt deserved what little free time and attention I had for such a feat. Now, I’ll be attempting to do the same for The Outer Worlds. It’s a welcome sci-fi RPG that features a single-player campaign rather than a MMO or free-to-play battle royale, and for those of us burned by games like Fallout 76 and Anthem, it’s a title that actually lives up to its promises. The new, original IP from …

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Author: Dave Trumbore