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Behind the Music Doc: 'Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton'

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Created in 1996 by Chris Manak (aka DJ Peanut Butter Wolf), Stones Throw Records has cemented its reputation as an eclectic and influential indie record label, with a roster of acts such as hip-hop artists Madlib, Homeboy Sandman, and the late J Dilla, to soul crooners Mayer Hawthorne and modern-day funk musician Dam-Funk. Nearly 20 years later, Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton (This Is Stones Throw Records) tells its story.

Design Tactics: Building Worlds of Warfare

Since its launch in 2011, World of Tanks has secured over 85 million players worldwide. With its blend of military strategy, vehicle customization, and fast action PvP, it appeals to hardcore military enthusiasts and casual players alike. 

Watch: 'Stark Trek Into Darkness' Gag Reel

Want to see Zoe Saldana and her cast of Klingon backup dancers rock a little “Thriller”? Or How about Benedict Cumberbatch throwing it back to M.J.? You know you do.

Aerial Photographer Snaps Shot of Millennium Falcon

Matthew Myatt was cruising the skies over Greenham Common near Newbury, Berkshire, England, snapping stock photo shots for the Airborne Aviation flying school on Tuesday, when he happened upon something unusual. As Myatt explained to Sky News, it wasn’t until he reviewed his photos at home that he realized what he had—the Millennium Falcon.

New Trailer for 'Alien: Isolation' as Game Goes Gold

SEGA has launched the first in a series of nine trailers for Alien: Isolation, which the company confirmed has gone gold ahead of its October 7 release. 

The story takes place 15 years after the events of Alien. As Amanda, Ripley’s daughter, players fight for survival on a mission to discover the truth about her mother’s disappearance. 

Alien: Isolation is developed by The Creative Assembly. The game will be available on October 7 for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC.

The Roger Rabbit Movie That Wasn't

Like the Tim Burton Superman that never was, this early test footage of Who Framed Roger Rabbit? was best left in the “Terrible Ideas We Would Rather Forget” bin. 

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Watch: Extended Trailer for 'American Horror Story: Freak Show'

We finally have a full-length trailer for American Horror Story: Freak Show. Premiered during The Strain on Sunday, the preview takes us behind the curtain to glimpse Kathy Bates as the bearded woman, Angela Bassett as the three-breasted woman, Sarah Paulson’s two heads, Bette and Dot, and newcomer Michael Chiklis (The Sheild, Fantastic Four) as the strong man.

American Horror Story: Freak Show premieres on FX on Oct. 8, 2014.

Watch: It's Desert Warfare in 'Monsters: Dark Continent' Trailer

Like many Netflix households, you might have happened upon an aptly titled monster flick and thought, “Sure, why not?” As it turned out, that was time well spent. Sci-fi fans have waited patiently for the sequel to Monsters, the award-winning 2010 film from Godzilla director Gareth Edwards.  

Watch: 2 Minutes of Disney's Upcoming 'Big Hero 6'

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Urban Culture Inspired by Alternative Music: Lou Constant-Desportes of Afropunk.com

Credit: Roger KisbyCredit: Roger KisbyPunk rock music made major headlines in the U.S. between 1974 and 1981. In New York City, the first well-known punk band was The Ramones. In London, the Sex Pistols inspired the movement. Punk rock has always been seen as a self-sufficient entity of music, often anti-establishment and political in nature, but full of heart, dedication and originality.