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This popping parkour participant was probably going for something seriously epic. 

Unfortunately for him, he underestimated the slippery nature of frost-covered grass and overestimated the durability of his testicles.

One of those boys may have flew out from his pant legs, so he better snatch it back before a squirrel grabs hold of one of those nuts.

This Fish's Evening Will Be Weird

Posted October 8, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

This Fish's Evening Will Be Weird

When he heard about beer batter fish, he figured that preparing it would simply require pouring a few bottles down the fish's mouth and providing his own "batter" in a more intimate context back at his shack.

He's wrong, but for him, it feels just right.


Honest Trailers: Prometheus

Posted October 5, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

As the DVD/Blu-ray release of Prometheus heads to stores this coming Tuesday, October 9, you'll probably benefit from a proper primer to at least contextualize the confusion that may hit if you're watching the film for the fist time.

The latest honest trailer from the folks at Screen Junkies takes Ridley Scott's "prequel-ish" Alien film, lays it on an operating table, and cuts out a squid baby made from glaring inconsistencies faster than Ellen Ripley can tell them to "get away from it, you bitch."

Indeed, when a film is "kind of, sort of" a prequel to one of the most iconic films in sci-fi/horror history, you just know that fan analysis like this would pick it apart to its very engineered DNA.

They Make Great People Parmesan

Posted October 5, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

They Make Great People Parmesan

I bet your Sbarro doesn't serve finger appetizers and pizza with face skin topping. Jealous?

Now you can come to their restaurants in Japan to experience the quintessence of Italy...as imagined by Hannibal Lecter.


Stone Cold E.T. Orders Drive-Thru

Posted October 5, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Stone Cold E.T. may have accidentally crashed in an affluent suburb, hangs around with children, and has an unnatural craving for Reese's Pieces, but don't think he won't whoop your mealy-mouthed ass on the way to White Castle.

You see, Stone Cold E.T. is pissed off about number of things from a horrible video game being made about him on the Atari to seeing Steven Spielberg go back to his movie and digitally replace guns with walkie-talkies. He's not above taking it out on you, me, or Vince McMahon.

...And that's the bottom line 'cause Stone Cold E.T. phones home! Can I get a hell yeah?!

This Hotel Disappears In The Daytime

At this hotel, you better make sure that you wake up before sunrise.

When it is no longer "the moon time," it completely disintegrates and you'll end up lying in an alley naked next to homeless meth addicts who want to do gross meth-related stuff to your supple, non-meth-afflicted flesh.


Insane Dodge Ball Kill

Posted October 5, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Warning: Bad Language.

When your dodgeball mentor is Darth Maul, chances are that you will have picked up a tip or two about ostentatious and distracting gymnastics which leave your opponents too mesmerized to fight back.

This kid certainly didn't look like he'd turn out to be such a boss, but now he is officially king of the only gym class activity that matters to kids who can't run or climb.

Skyfall: Theme Song From Adele Hits

The theme song to Skyfall by Adele has hit and is already being hailed as one of the best Bond themes ever.

What better way to celebrate "Global James Bond Day," the 50th anniversary of Agent 007's big screen debut in Dr. No, than with a sneak preview for your ears from his upcoming big screen return?

Hearkening back to the classy, power vocal performances of Shirley Bassey's numerous Bond themes, Adele also manages to reflect the dark and tortured pathos of Daniel Craig's James Bond.

Skyfall hits theaters with a modified wristwatch rocket launcher on November 9. Check out the song below!

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As much as this apparent world record for saying "yo" within a 15 second timeframe has changed the world for the better, one can't help but think it sounds more like a broken Australian didgeridoo.

With any luck, he'll eventually be skilled enough to reach the legendary "yo" kill screen. (Which may or may not cost him his own life.)

This Empire Doesn't Like Being Climbed

Clearly, King Kong picked the wrong building to climb upon with beautiful kidnapped ingénues for a dramatic battle with planes. (Which he obviously didn't survive, but just go with it, anyway.)

This symbol of an Empire isn't here to tell him that he's his father, but it is here to put him in line the same fatherly way as Vader.

This symbolic skyscraper is certainly not going to share the New York skyline with a smelly smitten simian.


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