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Check out this awesome fake trailer starring Christopher Lloyd — Gobstopper.

Funny AND Creepy.

From myself and the fine people at Hardly Working.


Ceeeerayzeee Tunnel House – [DesignVerb!]

Kieran Culkin and Aubrey Plaza Cast in Scott Pilgrim – [/film]

Delicious Light: A Gummi Bear Chandelier – [Geekologie]

I am Stoked About the Hardly Working TV Show – [Best Week Ever]

Chet From The Real World — Having Issues with his Mormon Gayness – [Videogum]

10 Years of Jon Stewart on The Daily Show – [Jezebel]

“We Can Buy Tickets on the Online” — Internet 101 – [Everything is Terrible]

Zombie…Nazis?  Perfection — A Review of Dead Snow – [io9]


Yes Pecan! Barack Obama Ice Cream – [Best Week Ever]

“If Only You Could Eat Shame.” – Jon Stewart – [Videogum]

Read/Play Problem Sleuth, Solve All Problems In Yer Life!! – [MS Paint Adventures]

Sweet Zombie Lincoln Pop – [Glark]

Finally, White People Singing Motown (Wait, What?) – [Videogum]

Japanese “We Are the World” — In Blackface (Wait, What?) – [BuzzFeed]

Choice of First Dog is Narrowed to Two Breeds – [The New York Times]

Zelda Theme A Capella (Well Mostly) – [Geekologie]

It has been a while since I saw a Wes Craven movie look so watchable so I thought I would share.  Also the Taken by Trees version of Sweet Child O’ Mine at the end of the trailer is effin wicked.

/Film reports:

Rouge Pictures has released the movie trailer for the remake of The Last House on the Left, the landmark suspense thriller that launched Wes Craven’s directing career. Is it just me or does this actually look like a fun thriller for a change? I haven’t seen Craven’s original in years but I don’t remember it looking this good.

The night she arrives at the remote Collingwood lakehouse, Mari (Sara Paxton) and her friend are kidnapped by a prison escapee and his crew. Terrified and left for dead, Mari’s only hope is to make it back to parents John and Emma (Tony Goldwyn and Monica Potter). Unfortunately, her attackers unknowingly seek shelter at the one place she could be safe. And when her family learns the horrifying story, they will make three strangers curse the day they came to The Last House on the Left.

Here is the trailer for your consumption:

I think it looks like it could be pretty good.  I kind of have a guilty pleasure thing for Monica Potter and the story seems super intense.  Also I think I recognize the kid they pick up at the beginning.  Too lazy to look and see who he is right now.  The only thing is I don’t know if I want to see it based mostly on the purpose that the damn cover of Sweet Child is so awesome.  I have already downloaded it…legitimatly of course.  Cough.


Try not to have too many nightmares about this.

I thought I would celebrate all this trendy vampire watching (The Twilight Debut and the Season Finale of True Blood) with the best music video about vampires there ever was.  I laughed sooooo hard.  Thanks DJ Bobo.

How does nobody know about this?


Everyone’s a Critic a SNL Digital Short is pretty much one of the greatest and most disturbing things I have ever seen.

I love Paul Rudd to pieces, and this was definitely on of the highlights of the SNL hosted by him.

Here is a link to the magical skit Everyone’s a Critic.

And coming too a town near…me?  Rad.

He is promoting My Name is Bruce, which I would very much like to see.

I met Bruce once, he told me to, “Go where the wind blows baby.”  Pretty much the keenest moment ever!

Here is the trailer for My Name is Bruce:

Here is the first part.  Watch the whole thing here.

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