Congrats Buzzfeed, you just punked us with this movie about “Drop Bears,” which are basically killer koalas. The bloodthirsty fuzzballs that fling themselves from trees at hikers don’t actually exist (it’s just Australian lore intended to spook people), but the Kickstarter for the movie Drop Bears is real as far as we can tell.
There’s a trailer for it as well, which is a bit bloody and… Continue reading Today in Bizarre Movie Trailers: 'Drop Bears: Attack of the Killer Koalas'
Thapar, who currently hosts ‘The Last Word’ and ‘Devil’s Advocate’ on CNN-IBN, would be seen on Headlines Today from April 2, 2014
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Noted television personality, and host of many award winning current affairs shows, Karan Thapar, is ending his 10-year-old relationship with Network18 and moving to Headlines… Continue reading News Flash: Karan Thapar to move to Headlines Today
What would life be like if we all spoke in a language that included nothing but movie titles? Eerily, not unlike reality. New York-based Internet comedy troupe POYKPAC Comedy has imagined a skit in which a couple goes to dinner, has a spat about their relationship, and then breaks up. At least we think so. A waitress intervenes and has something to say to the couple… Continue reading Your Favorite Thing Today: Watch a Couple Break Up Using Only Movie Titles
We have absolutely no idea why Channing Tatum owns a Matthew McConaughey bust, but he’s apparently using it as inspiration while he writes Magic Mike 2. Tatum posted the below image to his Facebook wall, writing, “What better way to start writing #MagicMike2 than with my old friend Dallas? #runatribe”
Sure the image is all kinds of adorable (especially the feather hat — we’re loving the… Continue reading Your Favorite Thing Today: Channing Tatum Writes 'Magic Mike 2' Next to a Sculpture of Matthew McConaughey
Watching a lot of science fiction movies (and writing a regular science fiction movie column) is the kind of thing that can make you feel numb to the genre. And then you revisit an all-time favorite and you’re reminded of why this is the greatest and most important genre in fiction. You remember that the best thing about science fiction is how it uses the impossible… Continue reading The Last Sci-fi Blog: Why 'Brazil' Is Just As Awe-Inspiring Today As It Was 30 Years Ago