We love Dishonored's highly-detailed, steampunk aesthetic, so much so that for our review of the supernatural FPS, we had Jessica Chobot and Alex Albrecht don steampunk apparel inspired by the game. The results, as you can see in our behind-the-scenes, Dishonored cosplay photo gallery, are awesome! You should check them out right now, or as quickly as your steam-powered modem will allow you.
With their hit reality show, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, The Learning Channel has manged to accomplish the Herculean feat of making The Jersey Shore look like sophisticated, cultured television.
While it has already endured endless parody and even lampooning on an episode of South Park, what "Boo Boo" didn't have yet was the benefit of a dramatic reading of its society-deadening prose by none other than Christopher Walken, who sat down with the folks at Screen Junkies.
With the help of his Seven Psychopaths co-stars, Colin Farrel and Sam Rockwell, you will discover how Walken, who usually makes anything sound crazier, manages to refine the material.
Indeed, you will emerge with a newfound appreciation for the ancient redneck art of making "sketti" and the elasticity of certain parts of the female anatomy.
This scene from the Turkish action classic, Ölümcül Tekmeleri, shows that evil thugs don't stand a chance against a guy with explosive swift kicks and a head of hair tough enough not to be unraveled by the hardest of cheap shots.
These guys, who aren't even appropriately dressed to walk into a 7-Eleven probably wished they hadn't forgotten to put on their shirts so that they could at least preserve a modicum of dignity during the ass-beating they took.
It appears that the upcoming sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man could be graced with the Wall-Crawler's better known love interest (and eventual wife,) Mary Jane Watson.
Previously played by Kirsten Dunst, the role of Peter Parker's red-headed bombshell is now reportedly being offered to The Descendants star, Shailene Woodley for what would be the 20 year-old actress' first appearance in a big-budget mega-project.
The live-action return of Mary Jane could possibly complicate the relationship between Andrew Garfield's Peter Parker and Emma Stone's Gwen Stacy, presenting the possibility of an interesting love triangle.
However, MJ isn't the only rumored addition of signature Spider-Man favorites as more will apparently be thrust into the mix.
Being stuck inside that claw machine is tough enough, but the fact that it happened just after he scarfed-down an entire box of Viagra-flavored Scooby Snacks makes the ordeal all the more awkward.
On the bright side, some of the crustiness from Scooby's contributions might give those stuffed animals in the machine a little more texture, making them easier to grab.
"Episode V: The Aztec Empire Strikes Back."
Since the parallels between the Star Wars films and Mexican wrestling were so glaringly apparent, we finally have a substantive realization of every fan's wish.
Now we can see what it would be like if the unknowingly-incestuous relationship between El Luké and La Léia were to be set amongst the backdrop of an intergalactic civil war of giant burrito proportions.
This battle between famous non-lyrics was destined to happen sooner or later.
Now, The Dark Knight will battle The Knighted Beatle in an epic showdown to determine whether it's cooler to take a sad song and make it better with a piano or a Batmobile.
Interestingly enough, this is one rare instance where Batman is not richer than his opponent.
You'll have plenty of chances to see Danai Gurira slice and dice zombies on The Walking Dead this season, but how often will you get to see her laugh, joke and generally have a good time (while not covered in blood and toting around the undead, we mean)? Not many. So, take this unique opportunity, skim through our Danai Gurira photos, and when things get a little too scary for you on The Walking Dead, let the memory of the aforementioned images whisk you away to your internal happy place.
"Because if we can't protect the furniture, you can be damned well sure we'll hump it."
This miniature masked version of Earth's Mightiest Heroes may not have the skills, money, intelligence, or even general hygiene of the actual team, but what they do have is the ability to lick themselves.
That's got to count for something when those invading Skrull or Cheetara alien bastards from Dimension X...or wherever they were try to wreck our planet.
Peep holes are our best defense against unwanted doorstep-dupers like thieves, murderers, rapists, and people who try to sell homemade baked goods.
However, they can also be used to trick people into believing they have a guest that makes them shout "you don't say?" before thinking that he's here to steal the Declaration of Independence and simply got bad directions.