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Calendar, Night&Day The Final Frontier

The Final Frontier

If you've ever solved a Rubik's Cube, met Stan Lee, or been in the Guinness Book of World Records, you might be a perfect candidate for Dating for Nerds. Those are just a few of the "geek feats" that…
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Film, "A Haunted House": Why, God, Why?

"A Haunted House": Why, God, Why?

At first glance, the Marlon Wayans found-footage horror spoof A Haunted House wouldn't appear to be especially thought-provoking. But as you watch it, certain questions crop up. Why am I watching this? How did this movie get released to theaters…
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Film, "The Cabin in the Woods": Horror-Comedy Mold Can't Be Broken

"The Cabin in the Woods": Horror-Comedy Mold Can't Be Broken

With horror comedy The Cabin in the Woods, writers Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard, who also directs, have created an intricate design that makes the film nearly impossible to talk about without giving away surprises. The basic setup (the talk-about-able…
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Calendar, Night&Day Gleaming the Cube

Gleaming the Cube

Smart people use the "Fridrich Method" instead of a hammer to solve the Rubik's Cube. Developed by Jessica Fridrich, it requires people to identify and use the correct algorithms in different stages of solving the cube. There are, like, 100…
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Calendar, Night&Day On Top

On Top

A skinny Sasquatch with three eyes wears puffy high-tops and holds an owl. It's obvious that the Sasquatch's thick, wiry fur acts as protection from the bird's talons. No one else could hold a bird that powerful; it's like they…
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