What's the Most Rewatchable Movie?

Jason English

On Fridays, I post a series of unrelated questions meant to spark conversation in the comments. Answer one, answer all, respond to someone else's reply, whatever you want.

How the Oregon Trail (Computer Game) Was Formed

Colin Patrick

The mere mention of the game Oregon Trail is enough to send most anyone that grew up in the last four decades into a fit of nostalgic glee.

The Weird Week in Review

Miss Cellania

Armed WWII Grenades Used As Bookends The bomb squad blew up two World War II hand grenades in Deland, Florida last Tuesday morning.

Brain Game: Ned the Number Head

Thanks for trying the Friday Free-For-All. This will conclude the mental_floss Brain Game until Monday. Good luck! Ned the Number Head likes certain numbers, but not others.

Morning Cup of Links: Movies, Music, and Comedy

Miss Cellania

The 1957 Russian film Road to the Stars is way beyond those cheesy '50s science fiction movies.

The Late Movies: Isolated Music

Mark Arminio

In Aristotle's work Metaphysics, he postulated that "The whole is different from the sum of its parts." Tonight for the Late Movies, we're applying that concept to a few classic r

The Quick 10: People With Fake Middle Initials

Stacy Conradt

Maybe fake isn't exactly correct - some of the people on this list really have initials for middle names, they just don't mean anything. But others have made them up entirely.

Recreating van Gogh

Colin Patrick

Who says that a Vincent van Gogh painting is hard to recreate? Because James Birkbeck has managed to do it by combining two different medias: paint and, ummm, himself.

Watch What You Tweet: 4 Twitter Lawsuits

Rob Lammle

With over 95 million messages sent via Twitter every day, you might be asking yourself, “Is anybody out there?” Say the wrong thing, though, and you might find out exactly who's listening – when

Humpty Dumpty in the Style of Edgar Allan Poe

Chris Higgins

So I missed Poe's birthday by one day, but this is worth it: a version of "Humpty Dumpty" written by Dylan Curry in the style of Edgar Allan Poe.

A Brief History of Nerf (or Nothin')

Ethan Trex

The Nerf brand has been bringing kids foamy fun for over four decades now, but the company’s history might not be as familiar to you as the perfect technique for a crushing Nerfoop dunk.

The Emily Dickinson of Photography

Ransom Riggs

Vivian Maier was one of the best street photographers of her time -- and completely unknown.

Our Readers’ Favorite Bookstore Cats (Volume Two)

Miss Cellania

It doesn't take of lot of hard work for a cat to become famous: 1. get a job at a place where people gather, 2. have someone upload your photo to the internet, and 3.

Photos of Fascinating Fungi

Jill Harness

When you're used to seeing only buttons and portabella mushrooms, the fungi family may start to seem rather boring—though still delicious.

Brain Game: Five-by-Five Puzzle #11

It's Think Thursday here at the mental_floss Brain Game.