Mom Gets a Way Better Reaction to Her Scary Story Than She Was Expecting

Dec 12, 2014 By Abraham 0

You know that thrill you get when you’re briefly scared out of your mind?

This kid does…and he loves it. Though this realization came as a bit of a surprise to both him and his family.

These Guys Love Puns and Movies So Much They Spent 2 Years Making This Silly Iron Man Parody

Dec 12, 2014 By Abraham 0

Anders Wotzke and Michael Nixon love movies. They also love puns. So they decided to combine their interest in a 10-second parody of Iron Man, in which he is…an iron. And then they started running into obstacles, mainly the fact that they were clueless about actually making movies. 

It turns out making a household iron fly and blow stuff up is really, really hard when you have no idea what the hell you’re doing.

Now, after two years of fitting filmmaking into their spare time, they have a 3-minute movie to show us.

Talk about commitment to a joke. I think you’ll agree it was all worth it, though.

Introducing Iron Can

…the incredible true story of the founding member of the legendary Appliance Alliance™.

Ultra Downy Jr. (now with floral scent!) stars as Tony Starch: Genius. Billionaire. Philanthropist. Can of fabric softener….

Only Iron Can has the power-setting to flatten [the nefarious Fabrice Crimp] and put an end to his ruffled reign of terror…

But even the greatest of heroes eventually run out of steam…


Famous Authors…and the Dogs Who Look Like Them

Dec 11, 2014 By Megan Berman 0

Photographer Dan Bannino has been juxtaposing classic authors with their canine doppelgängers in a series he calls Poetic Dogs. The resemblances are at least amusing and occasionally uncanny…

Oscar Wilde


Charles Bukowski


But Bannino’s project isn’t just cool photos of funny dogs—his inspiration comes from his beloved dog Rothko, who he rescued from a shelter over a year ago.

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This 10-year-old’s Surprising Movie Has Everything You Could Want in a 25-second Film

Dec 11, 2014 By Abraham 2

Over Thanksgiving, filmmaker David Muessig’s young cousin told him he had an idea for a movie. The youngster described the concept to Muessig and asked him if he’d film it for him. Muessig didn’t hesitate.

So here in all its brief and twisted glory is Afternoon Danger: Life’s a Beach — written, directed, and starring a 10-year-old…

Funny Photo Shoot of Stephen Colbert as Tolkien Characters. Gandalf at Starbucks Wins…

Dec 11, 2014 By Abraham 5

In case you haven’t noticed, Stephen Colbert is a big nerd.

Not only is he the biggest Star Wars fan, he’s no slouch when it comes to Tolkien, either. So he was a perfect match when Entertainment Weekly was looking for someone to write an article in celebration of Peter Jackson’s last Hobbit movie.

And to really make his dreams come true, they let him dress up like different Tolkien characters for the cover of the magazine…

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How to Be a Movie Bad Guy (It Turns Out It Actually Takes Great Strength of Character)

Dec 10, 2014 By Abraham 1

A well-written movie really makes you hate the antagonists. How could they be so utterly abominable, right?

But if you analyze what it takes to be a movie bad guy, it turns out it requires a bunch of personal qualities that are actually quite respectable. Comic author Josema-crz took some time to note several of the mostly reputable qualities movie villains almost all possess…

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Actors’ Actual Injuries That Made It Into their Films. Can We All Agree DiCaprio Is Insane?

Dec 10, 2014 By Abraham 0

Sometimes in the heat of the moment as an actor is going all out, their commitment to their character leads to actual injury. Of course, most of the time, this will lead to a pause in the action, someone will yell cut, and after the wound is addressed, they’ll shoot another take.

But sometimes, the actor carries on, incorporating the pain into the scene and the cameras keep rolling.

Here are several actors whose actual pain and trauma has made it onto the big screen instead of onto the cutting room floor. They’re all interesting, and as always Jackie Chan’s craziness is amazing to behold. But, there’s no question that Leonardo DiCaprio’s response to cutting his hand in Django Unchained is as crazy as they come…