Gene Simmons Demonstrates The Right Way to Apply His Iconic KISS ‘Demon’ Makeup

In a video by Cosmopolitan, KISS co-frontman Gene Simmons demonstrates how to put on his iconic “Demon” makeup by applying it to his daughter, Sophie Tweed Simmons.

If you want the real KISS face, start off with Stein’s “Clown White.”

via Digg

Felicia Day Lets Loose and Boogies Down in Geek and Sundry’s 8-Bit Haunted Dance Party

Actress Felicia Day lets loose and boogies down while attending a groovy 8-bit haunted dance party in a recent video by Geek and Sundry. It was shot at the YouTube Space House of Horrors with Legendary Entertainment.

Felicia Day gets invited to a fancy Halloween soiree and ends up partying with some frightening guests.

How Marvel’s Teaser Trailer for ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Should Have Ended

The latest animated episode of How It Should Have Ended (HISHE) (previously) features an alternate ending for Marvel’s recently released teaser trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron. Character art and animation were created by Daniel Baxter, with background artwork by Otis Frampton.

Ex Machina, A Sci-Fi Thriller Film About a Young Coder Who Tests a Beautiful Artificially Intelligent Female Robot

A24 studio has released a teaser trailer for the upcoming sci-fi thriller film Ex Machina directed by Alex Garland, who is known for writing the screenplays for both 28 Days Later and Dredd. The film is about a young coder named Caleb (Domhnall Gleeson) who wins the opporunity to test a beautiful artificially intelligent female robot, Ava (Alicia Vikander), that was constructed by his boss Nathan (Oscar Isaac). It’s currently scheduled to arrive in theaters on April 10th, 2015.

Ex Machina

videos via A24 and MOVIES Coming Soon, image via Ex Machina

An Incredibly Detailed Cross-Section Illustration of Kowloon Walled City in Hong Kong

A Cross-Section of Kowloon Walled City

This incredibly detailed illustrated cross-section of Hong Kong’s notoriously overcrowded Kowloon Walled City (previously) was created by Japanese researchers shortly before the enclave was torn down in 1993. The map can be viewed in full size in the book, Large Illustrated Kowloon City, by Kowloon City Expedition, Kazumi Terasawa, and H. Kani.

A Cross-Section of Kowloon Walled City

A Cross-Section of Kowloon Walled City

A Cross-Section of Kowloon Walled City

images via Daniel Fernández Pascual

via Raul Gutierrez, Spoon and Tamago

Impossible Magnets, Souvenir Magnets for Fictional Destinations From Pop Culture and Literature

Impossible Magnets

Impossible Magnets is a series of souvenir magnets for fictional destinations found in movies, books, games, myths and more. The series was created by Martín Feijoó, in collaboration with Miguel Sousa, Sara Enriquez, and Snack Studio. The magnets are available for purchase online.

Impossible Magnets

Impossible Magnets

Impossible Magnets

Impossible Magnets

images via Martín Feijoó

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