If you’re as devastated as we are that the final season of HBO’s Game of Thrones will not return until 2019, you’ll be happy to learn that you can get your Westeros fix now, at a new Thrones-themed ice hotel in Finland.

In fact, you better get there soon, because unlike in our favorite mythical kingdom, winter in Finland is not going to last forever— only until April 18.

The hotel has 24 rooms, each with their own unique sculptures crafted into the walls. There’s a Braavosi Hall of Faces, an Ice Throne with an icy Mountain standing guard, and a dragon-shaped ice slide in the public areas — and the sculptures in the rooms include a White Walker that peers over you as you sleep. Just in case the 23 degrees Fahrenheit in-room temperatures weren’t enough to keep you awake.

The Game of Thrones themed hotel is a collaboration between Lapland Hotels SnowVillage and HBO Nordic in Kittilä, a town that is an hour a half from Helsinki and deep within the Arctic Circle.

While the SnowVillage takes place every year, this is the first year that it’s had a Game of Thrones theme.

Condé Nast Traveler reports that the hotel recommends that overnight visitors spend just one night in the igloo and then relocate to one of the cozier cabins nearby — where the temperatures are more comfortable for humans, rather than white walkers.

The Snow Village also has an ice chapel that “hosts 40 to 50 weddings per season”, according to Jari Porri, the destination manager, as well as an ice movie theater where, you can learn about how the place was built.

An ice restaurant has a three-course meal that serves reindeer and arctic char, or the ice bar where you can drink in shot glasses made of ice (of course.) Other attractions include an ice sculpture workshop, reindeer and husky rides.

Entry to the SnowVillage is $18 (€15) and rooms start at $200 (€165).

The very last week of Fortnite: Battle Royale Season 5 challenges are here, and for Week 10, players have to solve a puzzle — or at least find a bunch of jigsaw puzzle pieces.

Week 10 challenges in Fortnite were released Thursday morning at 9 a.m., and perhaps the most fun challenge has players “search jigsaw puzzle pieces in basements.” This one’s just like previous challenges involving gnomes, rubber duckies, or even letters — there are many locations on the map that contain puzzle pieces, but players only need to get seven of them to complete the challenge. In this case, every puzzle piece will be located in some kind of basement, and it does seem like almost every basement on the map has one.

The very last week of Fortnite: Battle Royale Season 5 challenges are here, and even though huge changes are bound to happen very soon, the typical “search between” challenge model is totally back for Week 10.

Week 10 challenges in Fortnite were released Thursday morning at 9 a.m., and one of the “HARD” challenges has players “search between a covered bridge, waterfall, and the 9th green.”

Fortnite: Battle Royale developer Epic Games is finally tackling its problem with data-miners and leaks, and they’re seemingly doing it by leaking the wrong challenges. For what might very well be the first time, challenges in Fortnite Season 5, Week 9 are considerably different from what was predicted earlier in the week. Perhaps the biggest surprise of all is “Visit different Stone Heads” for a total of seven.

Anyone who still thought the original Purge films were a platform for dumb violence cynically propped up by political commentary was finally proved wrong this summer. By the release of the the fourth film on July 4, audiences knew what they were in for with Purge titles. Since 2013, the wildly popular horror franchise had carved out a niche by crafting an alternative universe that its creators suggest is not unlike our own.

Watching Shane Black’s The Predator feels like watching an action movie from the 1990s. It’s not as fun as it sounds.

Bereft of intelligent design, loaded with offensive shock humor, and packed with some memorable characters but no memorable dialogue, The Predator delivers on every expectation you expect from the franchise — and mostly the bad ones.