Wibbly wobbly creepy: Video merges the faces of all 13 Doctors into one

From Hartnell to Capaldi, this video both averages out the faces of two individual subsequent Doctors, then averages out the whole to create… a white British guy, but a very average looking person indeed. My favorite is the War Doctor/Eccleston Doctor. 

Activision wants to start its own movie company to bring its games to the big screen

Marvel, with a lot of help from Disney, has built itself a mighty movie empire from its comic books, one that may just keep going and going and going forever. DC and WB are trying to do the same, and now Activision, with its huge stable of popular and iconic video game titles wants some of that movie/video game/action figure action. Just because video game movie adaptations have mostly flopped doesn’t mean they always will. Just look at the brief live action superhero boom of the 1970s— they tried, most TV and movie adaptations from that time sucked, but eventually, it worked out. And with titles like Call of Duty, Warcraft, Starcraft, Skylanders, Crash Bandicoot, Spyro, Guitar Hero and pages more, Activision’s decades of development and acquisitions has made it a powerhouse of familiar titles with storylines that can possibly be milked for a long, long time, just has Marvel has discovered it can do.

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Anyone else having issues with youtube automatically playing when visiting iheartchaos? This has started in the past week. Never happened before. Any Ideas? — asked by Anonymous

I’ve had one other person mention that, though I’m not seeing it. It might be something with YouTube itself or Tumblr might be tinkering with things right now.

And now, it’s The Beastie Boys “So What’cha Want”, the Muppets version

Thank you, interwebs.

IHCer made movies: ‘The Digital Dead’

Eight young girls with the help of a rogue Vampire and a coven of Witches do battle with a horde of flesh eating Zombies.

The DIGITAL DEAD is a full length animated movie made entirely on a single computer using computer generated voices.

Thanks for your time and consideration!

Wendell Cowart

Nineteenth century astronomers had it right, 20th century got it wrong and it drastically delayed the search for exoplanets

While space based telescopes such as Hubble and Kepler have become really, really damn good at finding exoplanets now that we know what we’re looking for, there was a point in the early 20th century when scientists thought our planet-rich solar system was a total fluke, and it was likely there weren’t many other planets at all in the solar system. Problem is, this overturned 19th century ideas of planetary formation that were right all along, and would have begun the search for exoplanets much earlier. Nineteenth century astronomers believed solar systems formed in gaseous nebulae, but in the 20th century, the idea became popular that our solar system was a freak, and that all the stuff from the other bodies in it was due to another star passing too close to the sun, causing the sun to eject out all kinds of junk that became the planets and moons, and that such an event was probably extremely unlikely to happen in any other cases, if at all.

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Person of dwarven stature wears a camera around NYC to document the discrimination he faces every day

However, there’s got to be a better term than “little person”. That’s just way too generic. I understand the “circus freak” connotations with the word “midget”, and “dwarf” sounds like he’s a character from the mind of Tolkien… anyway, cool video.

Afternoon tunes: The Mind Mess” Copenhagen Lies”

A nice and relaxing song about a town. By Danish indie pop group The Mind Mess. 

Watch how dramatically this model’s face changes using “electronic make-up”

By using sophisticated facial mapping and face tracking and video projection, this model undergoes remarkable changes that looks like something straight out of a sci-fi film.

IHC Movie Reviews: The Expendables 3 (2014)

The Expendables 3 is in theatres now, wrangling up every washed up action star of the last 30 years, again, and trying to cram them in another film. For the most part, the franchise has been fun, and this one looks to up the action. But as this film proves, more is not always better.

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