Skip to content

SCB – Fish Bowl (Mor Elian Remix) [Hotflush] by INVERTED AUDIO


For the fourth remix EP in the @scubaofficial ‘Caibu’ series, @hotflush hand the reins over to Fever AM co-founder @morelian and Bicep affiliate Rory Hamilton aka Hammer, who step up to provide a fine mélange of bounciness and spectrum depth, both muscle-flexing treats in their own right.

Horror Short ‘Milk’ Being Adapted to Feature Film Produced by James Wan

Milk movie

James Wan isn’t letting Aquaman keep him from the horror genre. The filmmaker will produce Milk, a feature adaptation of a short film from director Santiago Menghini. The story involves a teen who wakes late one night, and starts to realize things are not as they seem. More about the Milk movie adaptation below.

Milk Trailer

Milk! It does a body good! And is also terrifying, apparently. Santiago Menghini‘s horror short Milk begins late night one night, when “a young teen goes into the kitchen for a glass of milk. Upon encountering his sleepless mother, he quickly realizes things are not as they seem.” I’m not sure how that’s going to be turned into a feature film, but producer James Wan is going to give it a go.

The Milk feature adaptation will be helmed by Menghini, with a script by Super Dark Times writers  Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski, per Collider. According to their story, the feature film is being described as the story of a “sheltered young teen with an overbearing mother who begins to suspect his reality is not as it seems.” The short film won the Midnight Shorts Jury Award at SXSW this year.

This is just the latest producing effort from Wan, who maintains a producing credit on the Conjuring franchise, and is also producing The Curse of La Llorona, the upcoming Swamp Thing series from DC Universe, a remake of Arachnophobia, and a remake of Stephen King’s The Tommyknockers. I’m happy to see Wan sticking with the horror genre from a producing standpoint, but I also hope he comes back to direct as well.

Milk is just the latest in a line of short horror films turned into features. Andy Muschietti’s Mama began as a short, before being turned into a full-length film starring Jessica Chastain. Jennifer Kent’s The Babadook was originally a short film called Monster. Mike Flanagan’s haunted mirror pic Oculus started out as a short called Oculus: Chapter 3 – The Man With the Plan. And David Sandberg’s Lights Out (which Wan also produced) was originally a nearly 3 minute horror short. Even Saw, the film that launched Wan’s career, was based on a short film. More and more it seems that crafting a eye-catching horror short is the perfect way to launch your feature career.

While the full Milk short film isn’t available online, you can watch another of Menghini’s shorts – Intruders – in full.


The post Horror Short ‘Milk’ Being Adapted to Feature Film Produced by James Wan appeared first on /Film.

from /Film

Samsung gives Note 9 users an option to reduce accidental Bixby activations

Samsung’s latest Note 9 update lets you active Bixby with a double tap of its dedicated button, reports Android Authority. Previously, you could only activate the divisive voice assistant with a single tap, which could lead to it being accidentally activated, especially when Samsung offers no option to disable it entirely.

Since its arrival, the Bixby button has become a controversial inclusion on Samsung’s handsets, mainly because it pales in comparison to Google Assistant, Alexa, and, yes, even Siri. Although you could initially remap the button on the S8 to open the camera or another app of your choice, Samsung has since done its best to block the process; on the Note 9, you can’t disable the assistant at all.

In an ideal world,…

Continue reading…

from The Verge – All Posts

The most heartwarming video you’ll see today is of scientists cooing over this rare eel

Moments of scientific discovery are not usually caught on film, but this clip of marine biologists finding a gulper eel in the Pacific Ocean is a rare and delightful exception.

The footage comes via the research ship Nautilus, which is funded by Robert Ballard (the man who discovered the wreck of the Titanic), on its mission of “pure ocean exploration.” For promotion and outreach, the Nautilus has been live-streaming footage from its underwater rovers for years. The videos are fascinating, both as a look at what lurks at the bottom of the ocean, and a glimpse of the day-to-day lives of these scientists. There’s a lot of drifting around looking at rocks and coral, and then — suddenly — a moment of delight.

This clip is the latter.


Continue reading…

from The Verge – All Posts