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How to snag a ticket for a clowns-only showing of ‘IT Chapter Two’

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Looking to scar yourself for life? Then does Alamo Drafthouse have a deal for you!

IT Chapter Two is just weeks away from its Sept. 5 release date. To celebrate the sphincter-strengthening event, Alamo Drafthouse will offer up “clowns-only” screenings at 17 of its locations across the United States. 

Yep. It’s like a regular movie showing, but absolutely every single viewer will be a clown. Amazing? Weird? The closest thing the cinematic experience has to straight-up torture? YMMV.

It’s the…

Don’t sweat it: These are 7 of the best headphones for running or hitting the gym in the UK

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7 cool gadgets on sale that are perfect for people who always lose stuff

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It’s the 21st century, and tech is performing small miracles everywhere from urban agriculture to gene editing. Yet somehow misplacing your everyday belongings is easier than ever, what with a busy, on-the-go lifestyle in which you look up bleary eyed from your phone or computer screen only to notice you have no freaking idea where you put your keys.

But losing your keys or any other items should not be a regular exercise in…

7 cool gadgets on sale that are perfect for people who always lose stuff

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It’s the 21st century, and tech is performing small miracles everywhere from urban agriculture to gene editing. Yet somehow misplacing your everyday belongings is easier than ever, what with a busy, on-the-go lifestyle in which you look up bleary eyed from your phone or computer screen only to notice you have no freaking idea where you put your keys.

But losing your keys or any other items should not be a regular exercise in…

Don’t sweat it: These are 7 of the best headphones for running or hitting the gym in the UK

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 BEST DEALS ON HEADPHONES THIS WEEK


The only thing more important to runners than their trainers…

Will Ferrell calmly explains why he sang ‘I Will Always Love You’ at his graduation

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If you have Will Ferrell at your graduation, you’re not only guaranteed some great advice — you also get a heartfelt singing performance thrown in for free as well.

Appearing on The Graham Norton Show on Friday, Ferrell explained why he decided to belt out “I Will Always Love You” to a graduating class at the University of California earlier this year.

“I thought I would inspire the graduating class by…

Torturing Sims is never not hilarious, as Reddit demonstrates

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Do you ever feel a moment of sorrow for that poor, unsuspecting Sim you just locked in a house with no bathroom, no exit door, and 50 toddlers to take care of?

I sure don’t. That shit is so funny. I’m not a sadistic person in real life (honest!), but there’s something about the dumb, Simlish-speaking automatons from Electronic Arts’ hit series that makes it ok. IRL torture is extremely bad, but Sims torture?

Hilarious. And, sure, a little horrifying, too.

That’s the premise of a recent post…

‘Arrow’ sneak peek: It’ll take more than torture to break Oliver Queen

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Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) is having a bad week — after learning that his murderous new nemesis, Prometheus, is secretly District Attorney Adrian Chase (Josh Segarra), the Green Arrow has been framed, beaten and seen his girlfriend kidnapped. And his troubles aren’t over yet.

In Mashable‘s exclusive sneak peek from Arrow‘s March 22 episode, “Kapiushon,” Oliver gets some face time with Adrian, who seems determined to break our hero by any means necessary, including torturing him with…

Woman risks jail time to address the ‘abuse’ of refugees on live TV

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Monday night’s episode of Q&A was even more frustrating than usual, which is saying something. The Australian live show features politicians and personalities debating the big issues weekly, and this week was another of those all-white panel nights.

Woman risks jail time to address the ‘abuse’ of refugees on live TV

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Monday night’s episode of Q&A was even more frustrating than usual, which is saying something. The Australian live show features politicians and personalities debating the big issues weekly, and this week was another of those all-white panel nights.