Sebastian Mogensen

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Encouraging children to innovate is key to future gaming success — and learning

Game development requires a great deal of innovation and conceptualization. The future of gaming innovation lies with the young minds who must use their latent power of imagination to unlock further prospects<p>Investments in gaming are at an all-time high, and gaming itself is now a serious industry …

A Professor Created A Single Tree That Can Produce 40 Types Of Fruit

"The idea is that I could collapse a whole orchard and put it into one tree," he told Business Insider.<p>Each of the colors in the photo above represents a variety of flowering tree. Collectively, as one plant, they produce 40 different edible stone fruits (ones with pits, like peaches and plums). …

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The Overnighters review – a sobering depiction of America in crisis

Jesse Moss’s documentary following a Lutheran pastor on a mission in a North Dakota fracking town strikes narrative gold<p>Here’s another film with a misleadingly Halloween-ish title, but this documentary is a horror story in its way. Jesse Moss has undertaken a one-man job, just him and his camera …

Nightcrawler review – a lean thriller packed with psychological richness

Jake Gyllenhaal is icily impressive as a freelance cameraman in Dan Gilroy’s LA thriller<p>Jake Gyllenhaal on Nightcrawler: ‘I’m a bit strange, you know’<p>Nothing to do with the pointy-tailed <i>X-Men</i> character, screenwriter Dan Gilroy’s directing debut is creepy nevertheless. “Nightcrawlers” is a term for …

In Order of Disappearance review – Nordic black comedy

There are nods to the Coens and Tarantino as the bodies pile up in this Norwegian tale of retribution<p>After Scandi-noir comes Scandi-blanc, with this snowblinded black comedy about a plough-driver wreaking revenge upon the drug dealers who killed his son. Stellan Skarsgård is Nils Dickman, the …

What Have We Learned From Titanfall, Watch Dogs, And Destiny?

The reviews are in and Destiny appears to be something of a disappointment for fans and critics alike. The game has received rather low review scores from many major outlets, 6 out of 10s and the like, and its all-important Metacritic rating is hovering at a troubling 75.<p>Past that, it’s a strange …

The PS4 And Xbox One Are Already Out Of Date

Nothing makes me laugh more than the ongoing obsession with the Xbox One’s difficulties rendering games at a full 1080p resolution.<p>Gaming forums are full of scathing comments from PS4 fan boys about how the Xbox One delivering a number of its games with resolutions a few lines less than 1080 proves …

M review – timeless portrayal of crime and punishment

Peter Lorre is superb as a tortured killer in Fritz Lang's nightmarish 1931 film<p>"With his little chopper, he will chop you up..." I am not ashamed to admit that after first seeing Fritz Lang's 1931 chiller, I had nightmares about a child's balloon caught amid telephone wires – one of the most …

The Pit and the Pendulum review – Philip French on Roger Corman's low-budget, hair-raising Poe adaptation

(Roger Corman, 1961; Arrow, 12)<p>Following <i>The Fall of the House of Usher</i>, this was the second of Roger Corman's gothic movies loosely based on Edgar Allan Poe tales and produced by the low-budget exploitation studio American International. Both starred the larger-than-life barnstorming aesthete …

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This Video Game Is So Hard, You Need To Go Around The World In Order To Win

For the most part, even the hardest video games can be completed from the comfort of your own home. Or sometimes even on the train on the way home from work. It might take you hours or days or weeks, but you don't need much more than some snacks and perhaps a coffee to get you through those hard …

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Why I'd like to be … Bob Hoskins in The Long Good Friday

I don't want to hang anyone from a meat hook, but I need a bit of Harold Shand's authority. He's a man who gets things done<p>• Why I'd like to be … Tim Curry in Legend • Why I'd like to be … Toni Servillo in The Great Beauty • Why I'd like to be ... Goldie Hawn as Private Benjamin<p>Shuffling from guest …

Rupert Everett: being gay stifled my career

Actor says sexuality creates difficulties in Hollywood, and movie studios and directors have problems 'in their own backyard'<p>The actor Rupert Everett has re-stated his belief that being gay stifled his acting career, telling the Daily Telegraph "there’s only a certain amount of mileage you can …

Here's Everything You Never Knew About 'Forrest Gump'

You've probably seen "Forrest Gump," which makes its IMAX debut September 5, so many times in the 20 years since its release (on July 6, 1994) that you can recite the dialogue by heart, starting with the line about life being like a box of chocolates.<p>You probably know that the film won six Oscars, …

Scarlett Johansson wins defamation case against French novelist

Hollywood actor's complaint about character's affairs upheld, but court throws out argument that novel exploited her image<p>Scarlett Johansson walks into a garage in northern France, and young mechanic Arthur Dreyfuss, who has never had much success with women, is smitten.<p>For French writer Grégoire …

Olivia Munn Facts: 29 Things You (Probably) Don't Know About the Actress

Olivia Munn is the full package: she's funny, beautiful, talented, and down-to-earth.<p>Since getting her break on G4 TV in 2006, Munn has continually showcased her versatility and scored big roles on TV and the big screen. Recently, the actress proved she could hold her own against heavy-hitters like …

British Council & Pathé archives, now available online

'The catalogues present a hyperreal window on the past, blending often bizarre images with the kind of brash sales pitch beloved of the chirpy newsboys in Bugsy Malone'<p>Last month the British Council digitised its collection of 1940s public-information films, more than 100 of which are now available …

900,000 Danish Social Security Numbers Leaked

It seems that there is something is rotten in the state of Denmark. I’m sorry, I just could not resist pulling a line from Hamlet in this case. Over the last couple months there have been a lot of stories coming out of Denmark about data security breaches. I’m not entirely certain why there has …

Ryan Gosling Tried To Have Rachel McAdams Kicked Off The Set Of ‘The Notebook’

Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams dated from around 2005 to 2007, and the world hasn’t been the same since the world’s two most adorable Canadians broke up. Muffins haven’t been as fluffy, puppies haven’t been as snuggly, maple syrup not as sweet. It’s been a Care Bear funeral ever since. But now …

25 'Seinfeld' Guest Stars Who Hit It Big

"Seinfeld" celebrates the 25th anniversary of its series premiere on July 5th, so we felt it was the perfect time to look back at the show about nothing that changed everything. We still quote this beloved series on a daily basis and are indebted to it for bringing us phrases like "low talker," …

Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams Pretty Much Hated Each Other While Filming 'The Notebook'

Love is strange, even when you're a golden baby goose and a babely "Mean Girl."<p>All those times people have spent feeling like utter failures that their love lives pale in comparison to the onscreen heat in, say, "The Notebook" should rest assured that the co-stars Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling …

The 'Planet of the Apes' Honest Trailer Is Hilariously Accurate

Why Mark Wahlberg? Why?<p>It was only a matter of time until Tim Burton's "Planet of the Apes" received the Honest Trailers treatment, and this week ScreenJunkies nailed it on the head: "The hundred-million dollar version of 'Mark Wahlberg Talks to Animals'". After that, what's left to say?<p>"Dawn of …

Penn Jillette: I didn’t want to be a stereotypical Hollywood liberal

The magician on his new documentary, free-market capitalism and why chiropractors are snake-oil salesmen<p>Penn Jillette has, as always, a lot to get off his chest.<p>In an interview with Salon, the producer of "Tim's Vermeer," recently released on DVD and Blu-Ray, discussed why he thinks the concept of …

From the Vault: 'The Informers' by Bret Easton Ellis

For those of you bored at home, feeling unlucky and unremarkable for no particular reason, here's a film that will put things in perspective for you. …

Paul Rudd Helped A Couple Make Their Baby Announcement In The Most Adorable And Appropriate Way

Just when we think we can’t love Paul Rudd any more — what with his amazing dance moves, ability to make highly-entertaining bromantic comedies, lip syncing prowess, adorable tales of romantic rivalry with Jon Hamm, longterm commitment to pranking Conan O’Brien, and (of course) <i>those eyes</i> — he goes …

19 Horror Movie Mistakes That Are Scary-Bad

Part of the appeal of horror movies is that scares are the top priority. But sometimes that means quality comes second.<p>Horror movies are sometimes filled with cheesy sub-plots, low production value, and, at times, some seriously questionable acting, but as long as the movie delivers that thrill or …

A Very Mature Response To The Worst Netflix Reviews For ‘Big Trouble In Little China’

On this day in 1986, one of the greatest action movie characters in this history of Tinsel Town made his debut in John Carpenter’s <i>Big Trouble in Little China</i>. That man? Jack Burton. “Who?” JACK BURTON. Played by Kurt Russell, Jack Burton was the evolution of a John Wayne Old West hero, which is …

‘Iron Man’ And 9 Other Iconic Film Roles Nearly Played By Tom Cruise

Next to Jack Nicholson, I don’t think anyone embodies the role of movie star more than Tom Cruise. (Only difference being Nicholson brings a certain arrogance of cool and Tom has more of an industry robot vibe.) Throughout much of the 80s, all of the 90s, and well into the 00s, Tom Cruise could …

This Guy Nails 29 Celebrity Impressions in Under 4 Minutes

Think nailing one celebrity impression is good? Try 29.<p>Rob Cantor put his vocal skills to the test for this video, alternating between an incredible 29 celebrity impressions -- from Gwen Stefani to Peter Griffin -- <i>and all while singing</i>. All we'll say is, by the time the nearly four-minute video is …