YouTube’s most watched blogger PewDiePie apologised on Tuesday for using a racial slur while playing a livestreamed video game, saying there were “no excuses” for what he said.
This version of the game means no hand cramps from playing on a phone, while remaining portable
Daniel Dae Kim in talks to play Major Ben Daimio in Hellboy reboot after whitewashing controversy and Ed Skrein drop-out
This morning it was announced that the Korean American actor from Lost and Hawaii Five-O will replace Ed Skrein in Hellboy reboot.
Prodigy, Pond, Temples and Jungle added to Massive Attack, MO and Dandy Warhols in latest Clockenflap line-up announcement
The Hong Kong festival just got a whole lot more exciting, with a string of old-school and up-and-coming bands taking to the stage this November.
With cool character customisations, a range of difficulty levels, and even fishing, the latest installment is the best version of this longstanding series yet.
The Hunger Games, To Kill A Mockingbird, Pride and Prejudice and other books we can read over and over again - what's yours?
We all need comfort in the familiar. For some, that comes from books we can read again and again.
This weekend saw the physical release of Pointless Filler, the highly anticipated debut album by Hong Kong rock band Tri-Accident, who marked the occasion with a special release show at Hang Out in Sai Wan Ho.
Following a brief hiatus, pop band The Script’s fifth effort Freedom Child shows a band running out of ideas.
IT rocks. IT scares. IT delivers. Stephen King’s horror masterpiece has been brought to the big screen for a whole new batch of chill-down-the-spine seekers to enjoy.
Taiwanese documentary 'The Silent Teacher' is a raw and authentic look at the Chinese taboo of body donation [Review]
Looking at the issue from the perspective of both the family members who donated, and the professor who uses it for teaching, this documentary will get you thinking about what life really is.