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Here Are The 25 Most Bizarre Traffic Violations You Can Get. #17… Where Did THAT Come From?

Here Are The 25 Most Bizarre Traffic Violations You Can Get. #17… Where Did THAT Come From?

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Ok, I'll admit that I've got a few parking tickets in my time. Maybe even a speeding ticket. But I knew I did it, and should have expected to get caught. But there is no way I'd ever think to fall victim to these 25 ridiculous traffic laws. You seriously need to know these, especially the next time you're going whale hunting in Tennessee. ;) 25. It's illegal to run out of gas on the highway in Germany. 24. Alaskans: you cannot tie a dog to the roof of your car in your state. 23. In Russia you'll be fined for having a dirty car. 22. In San Francisco it is illegal to dry your car with used underwear. ...
Ice Warriors Return On This Week’s “Doctor Who”

Ice Warriors Return On This Week’s “Doctor Who”

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1. Introducing Grand Marshal Skaldak of the Ice Warriors. View this image › This week, a sinking Soviet submarine digs up the 5000 year old frozen body of Grand Marshal Skaldak, and he just so happens to revive while the Doctor and Clara are aboard sans TARDIS. For other New Who generation viewers, here’s what we gleaned. 2. A Cold War era cattle prod can take one down. View this image › The Martian reptilian race were forced to b
This Beautiful Lake Just Appeared Out Of Nowhere In The Desert. Seems Legit?

This Beautiful Lake Just Appeared Out Of Nowhere In The Desert. Seems Legit?

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What would you do if you lived in a desert and beautiful deep blue lake just appeared out of nowhere? Go swimming, consequences or not, am I right?  That's exactly what happened in the drought-afflicted region of Gafsa in the north African country of Tunisia. A few weeks ago, local shepherds stumbled across a mysterious lake that hadn't been there before. Since then, it has become a local hot spot. However, authorities fear that the water could be radioactive, and have issued warnings against swimming. That hasn't stopped anyone.   The lake covers about 2.5 acres, and is 32 to 59 feet deep in some spots. Facebook Local officials still have no idea how the lake got here. ...
Life Inside The Whedonverse

Life Inside The Whedonverse

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View this image › John Gara There are plenty of filmmakers who work with the same actors more than once. Judd Apatow has his crew of goofy doofuses. Wes Anderson usually calls on Bill Murray and Jason Schwartzman to be achingly cool sad-sacks. Christopher Nolan apparently cannot make a movie without Michael Caine. And so forth. There is no director in Hollywood today, however, whose acting troupe is as deep and devoted to each other as Joss Whedon’s. Since launching his first TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer in 1997, the writer-director-composer-and-even-occasion
Here Are 24 Photos From The Past That Prove It Was Absolutely INSANE. #3 Is Just… OMG.

Here Are 24 Photos From The Past That Prove It Was Absolutely INSANE. #3 Is Just… OMG.

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Modern advancements in medicine and technology has resulted in more educated people throughout the world. It doesn't mean that everyone is qualified to be a doctor, but in a country like the United States, many people at least have common sense. Throughout history, humans have always had a thirst for knowledge. We have attempted to find solutions to our problems since we began walking upright. However, there were times when our efforts were there, but the science and technology could not find the answers to the most common problems... So, as a result, these strange and downright creepy items were created. Some were used for medicine, others for torture and even more for social reasons. One fact remains the same: they are terrifying. 1.) An 18th century witch's chair, mean...
The “Addams Family Values” Cast Reveals Behind-The-Scenes Secrets 20 Years Later

The “Addams Family Values” Cast Reveals Behind-The-Scenes Secrets 20 Years Later

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View this image › Paramount / Courtesy Everett Collection Nearly 60 years after Charles Addams’ first Addams Family comics appeared in The New Yorker and a quarter century after the hit TV sitcom had been laid to rest, Paramount Pictures revived Gomez, Morticia, Wednesday, Pugsley, Fester, and Co. for the big screen. Producer Scott Rudin managed to sign Anjelica Huston, Raúl Juliá, and Christopher Lloyd on for the main three roles respectively and The Addams Family was a hit. The film was released on Nov. 22, 1991 and grossed nearly $113
25 Documentaries That Will Make You Cry Uncontrollably

25 Documentaries That Will Make You Cry Uncontrollably

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1. The Times of Harvey Milk (1984) View this image › New Yorker Films You could watch the 2008 biopic Milk, or you could check out this documentary, which is composed of real footage of Harvey Milk, San Francisco’s first openly gay supervisor. While his story is, in many ways, one of overcoming adversity, the film also chronicles Milk’s tragic 1978 assassination. 2. Brother’s Keeper (1992) View this image ›
How “New Nightmare” Changed The Horror Game

How “New Nightmare” Changed The Horror Game

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View this image › New Line Cinema / Graphic by Dave Nguyen for BuzzFeed When Wes Craven made his directorial debut in 1972 with The Last House on the Left, the film’s ad campaign proudly proclaimed, “To avoid fainting, keep repeating, ‘It’s only a movie.’” But 1994’s New Nightmare, which he wrote and directed, completely disrupted that notion. In New Nightmare, the seventh installment of the Nightmare on Elm Street series, producer Bob Shaye plays himself as he brings Craven back to the franchise and courts Heather Langenkamp to star in a brand new Nightmare film — despite the
Why This Man And Woman Are In The Hospital Together Is The Most Insane, Brutal Thing Ever. OMG.

Why This Man And Woman Are In The Hospital Together Is The Most Insane, Brutal Thing Ever. OMG.

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When people are faced with big choices and life changes, a lot of things can happen. But what shouldn’t happen? Attempting to light your girlfriend on fire by attaching a gas can to her back. A Chinese man kidnapped his pregnant 21 year-old girlfriend. He tied a gas can to her back. Then, he ignited it, hoping to murder her and the baby. The boyfriend, Li Moulian, wanted to murder his girlfriend Xu Fan. Daily Mail He dragged her out of her bed and tried to set her on fire. Daily Mail While trying to brutally kill his girlfriend and their unborn child, he was injured as well. Daily Mail The coup...
9 TV Shows That Make Everyone Think Cable’s Doing Better Than It Really Is

9 TV Shows That Make Everyone Think Cable’s Doing Better Than It Really Is

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View this image › AMC If you read about TV ratings ever — alert! you are now! — you have seen lots of headlines recently about the humungo ratings for AMC’s The Walking Dead, History’s The Bible miniseries, and A&E’s Duck Dynasty. Yes, there is a colossal shift going on in television these days: A big basic-cable hit can do as well as or better than shows on broadcast TV (meaning ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, and the CW). And yes, viewers who have cable are agnostic about whether the scripted or reality show they love is on a major network lik
Cory Monteith Shines In His Final Performances, But The Films Do Not

Cory Monteith Shines In His Final Performances, But The Films Do Not

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Cory Monteith in All the Wrong Reasons Courtesy TIFF Cory Monteith in McCanick Bleiberg Entertainment   TORONTO — As I watched Cory Monteith’s final two performances on Monday at the Toronto International Film Festival, all I kept thinking about was what promise Monteith was showing as an actor and a leading man. I just wish the movies themselves also lived up to that promise. In the Canadian ensemble drama All the Wrong Rea
These 25 Adorable Babies Were Born To Photobomb, LOL.

These 25 Adorable Babies Were Born To Photobomb, LOL.

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Don't let their innocent faces fool you, kids can be real jerks. There's good news, though, for the future of procreation and fate of our society: when kids are jerks... it's hilarious. Those tiny human faces somehow get even cuter when they're caught in the act. And these photobombing babies just might be the cutest. Take a look! 1.) HEY CAN I POSE, TOO? worldwideinterweb 2.) That baby can throw some serious shade. worldwideinterweb 3.) Help! They're trying to take me... CAMPING. worldwideinterweb 4.) It was almost the perfect couple picture. Almost. thest...
You’ll Swear These 23 Things Are Totally Different Things. But Look Again… Because NOPE.

You’ll Swear These 23 Things Are Totally Different Things. But Look Again… Because NOPE.

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Have you ever walked down the street, only to be surprised by a happy little face you see in the concrete? Or the parking meter? Seeing faces in inanimate objects or when things look like other things is called pareidolia. It's an awesome kind of visual illusion that even has its own sub-Reddit. After you see this, you'll be spotting faces in everything. Even your seatbelt will look like a happy little man (and you won't feel crazy for thinking that). 1.) Owww, my eye! Reddit 2.) YAAAAAY, I'm a seashell! Reddit 3.) You stepped in something, sir. Reddit 4.) Quack, quack, I'm going to eat you...
Lake Bell And Katie Aselton, Hollywood’s Unexpected Ass-Kickers

Lake Bell And Katie Aselton, Hollywood’s Unexpected Ass-Kickers

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View this image › Lake Bell, Katie Aselton and Kate Bosworth Jason Merritt / Getty Images Right in the middle of our phone conversation, as Katie Aselton is describing how making the dark action flick Black Rock came from a desire to stretch her legs creatively and move her body and “hurt somebody,” she pauses, waits a beat, and then declares: “I think we just had an earthquake. Not a bad one. Just a jiggle.” And then, just like that, she suggests we continue on with the interview, like the ground hadn’t just rearranged below Hollywood. “It literally just felt
Life Is Too Short To Do What You Hate. These Will Open Your Eyes If They Aren’t Already.

Life Is Too Short To Do What You Hate. These Will Open Your Eyes If They Aren’t Already.

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Life is short. This is a wide and well-known fact. So why do so many people waste their time doing things that don't make them happy? Usually it's because we just don't have the time or freedom to change our lives. As individuals, we have responsibilities that keep us tied to jobs we may not like. If there are family members involved, then we would have to think of their well-being, too, before switching careers. No matter what responsibilities you may currently have, if you're looking to change your life, these brilliant advertisements may convince you to do it. Jobs in Town is a German job-hunting website. Its ads aim to show people that life is too short to have the wrong job. They ...
This Guy’s Wife Rudely Left Him. What He Did With Her Wedding Dress Is EPIC.

This Guy’s Wife Rudely Left Him. What He Did With Her Wedding Dress Is EPIC.

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Whenever a marriage ends, there is bound to be some negative fallout. Kevin Cotter knows that when your wife of 12 years leaves you, there is bound to be some (hilarious) revenge. His wife moved her possessions out of their home in Tucson, AZ, and left only one thing: her wedding dress, preserved in his closet. When he asked her what he should do with the keepsake worth nearly $1,000, she had only one response. “Whatever the $%^@# you want." He obliged. What you see below are real uses of the wedding dress he posted to his blog. That comment did the trick. The next month, when his brother asked him to go hunting, Kevin took the dress along. And that was just the beginning. Perfect. ...
This Island Was Used For Top Secret Chemical Weapons. I NEVER Expected What’s There Now.

This Island Was Used For Top Secret Chemical Weapons. I NEVER Expected What’s There Now.

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Okunoshima is a small island located in the Inland Sea of Japan that can only be accessed via a ferry from the mainland. Okunoshima played a key role during World War II as a poison gas factory for much of the chemical warfare that was carried out in China. This is evident today from the empty buildings on the island that used to be the poison gas research and manufacturing facility, as well as a museum that was opened in 1988 in order to alert as many people as possible to the dreadful truths about poison gas. But what's so odd about the island today is what's made its permanent home there. The ruins of the gas manufacturing plant. Inside the power station that supplied the factory, both buildings stand completely empty today. ...
A Ranking Of “The Hunger Games” Chocolates

A Ranking Of “The Hunger Games” Chocolates

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We volunteered as tributes to taste all 12 district flavors of Hunger Games chocolate and determine which one was stronger and wilier than the others. View this image › Louis Peitzman / BuzzFeed We were really serious about it. We present them in the order that they died. Eating things is much easier than making them. Happy Hungry Games! View this image › Louis Peitzman / BuzzFee
Inside Steve Jobs’ Mind-Blowing Pixar Campus

Inside Steve Jobs’ Mind-Blowing Pixar Campus

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View this image › The Monsters University team on the Pixar Animations Studios campus in Emeryville, Calif., on June 21, 2013. Handout / Getty Images This weekend, Monsters University became Pixar Animation Studio’s 14th feature film to open at No. 1 at the box office. That is especially remarkable considering Pixar has released only 14 feature films. No other studio comes close to that record. One major factor that sets Pixar apart from the rest of Hollywood is the fact that Pixar is not in Hollywood. Since 2000, the studio’s campus has been on a lushly green
Billy Crystal And John Goodman: How We Got Here

Billy Crystal And John Goodman: How We Got Here

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View this image › Billy Crystal and John Goodman Disney•Pixar It’s a rare thing when the life you first envisioned for yourself as a young kid actually comes to pass. Disney-Pixar’s Monsters University opens with an adorable peek back at the first time a very young Mike Wazowski — the one-eyed green cue ball voiced by Billy Crystal — realized what he wanted to do with his life: be a professional scarer. As it turns out, the 65-year-old Crystal was just as certain about what he wanted to do with his life from a very young age: be a professional entertainer. That
The Origins Of The Emanuel Family Dynasty

The Origins Of The Emanuel Family Dynasty

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View this image › According to his older brother Ezekiel, the author of the new book Brothers Emanuel: A Memoir of an American Family, Ari Emanuel was a dyslexic who struggled in school and later in life had trouble reading “book proposals or scripts for plays and movies” — an interesting thing for an older brother to note about one of the most successful Hollywood agents of all time. In high school, Ari, whose sexy career inspired eight seasons of the HBO show Entourage, enjoyed the “streaking fad” too much, according to the eldest. “Whatever the reason,” Ezekie
These Photos Weren’t Taken From Clever Angles Or Photoshopped. What’s In Them Is Oddly REAL.

These Photos Weren’t Taken From Clever Angles Or Photoshopped. What’s In Them Is Oddly REAL.

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The best part about art is that it challenges our conceptions of reality. These artists decided to blow the minds of passers by with larger-than-life sculptures. Seeing these from afar may not move you... But when you're up close and personal with something this big, it's overwhelming. These are the kinds of sculptures you'd want to see in person. 1.) The World's Largest Deck Chair: By Stuart Murdoch, this huge chair can be found in Great Britain. It weighs nearly 6 tons. 2.) Giant Light Bulb: By Sarah Olaerts, this is a giant LED lamp that is dimmable and has a remote control. 3.) Step Inside A Creative Mind: By Prodigium, this is supposed to look like the mind of someone wearing ...
Why Daniel Radcliffe Is The Secret Hero Of Seth Rogen’s New Movie Without Even Being In It

Why Daniel Radcliffe Is The Secret Hero Of Seth Rogen’s New Movie Without Even Being In It

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View this image › Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images When you take your seat for Tuesday’s midnight showing of This Is the End, take a quick moment to give thanks to Daniel Radcliffe. No, the Harry Potter actor doesn’t feature in the uproarious dick-and-weed gag Hollywood brimstone romp, but he did have a hand in making it worthy of your bloodshot eyes. “Two years before we brought it to anybody else, we brought it to Daniel Radcliffe and he rejected it because it was shitty, it wasn’t good enough,” Evan Goldberg, who wrote and directed the apocalypse comedy w
What This Town Did To Appease A Murderous Ghost May Be More Than A Magic Spell.

What This Town Did To Appease A Murderous Ghost May Be More Than A Magic Spell.

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In most ghost stories, the entity in question usually exists in their own dimension. Sure, they can sometimes be antagonistic and make contact with its victims, but it usually isn't aware who they are or even what time they exist in. The biggest fear with ghosts comes from the unknown, rather than physical danger. But then there's the town of Tha Sawang in Thailand. Whereas most ghosts who kill are relegated to horror films shown aplenty around this time of year, this town is convinced that a ghost is murdering it's young men, and they are going through great lengths to keep that from continuing. It is beyond superstition for these people—this is survival. whofortedblog The people of Tha Sawang finally...
These Confessions From Retail Employees Are Both Helpful And Mind-Blowing.

These Confessions From Retail Employees Are Both Helpful And Mind-Blowing.

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Retail/service sector jobs are a rite of passage. All it takes is a year or two for the real truth to sink in: Retail and service sector jobs suck. While your time in retail will give you the experience you need for a better job, it also gives you the chance to learn the cool/interesting/deep dark secrets of the companies you work for. Here are 10 confessions about your favorite retail companies that will enlighten and maybe even enrage you a little bit. This explains the powerful headache I get every time I'm in there. Damn. That's pretty awesome. I bet they're not too happy about this little secret getting out. People actual...
20 Bloodthirsty Revenge Films

20 Bloodthirsty Revenge Films

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1. Straw Dogs (1971) View this image › MGM Revenge seekers: David and Amy SumnerWhy they want it: David and Amy move back to her hometown, where they hire locals (including Amy’s ex-boyfriend) to renovate their house. The workmen lure David into the woods, then double back to gang-rape Amy.How they get it: When the workmen later try to seek refuge in the Sumners’ home, David uses hot oil and a fire poker to fight back. Eventually, he gets a gun, but it’s Amy who shoots and kills the last of her assailants. 2. The Last House on the
Everything Important That Happened Last Season On “Homeland”

Everything Important That Happened Last Season On “Homeland”

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1. So a crapload of stuff went down last season on Homeland. Before Season 3 begins on Sunday, Sept. 29, here is everything you need to know: View this image › Nadav Kander/SHOWTIME 2. At the beginning of Season 2, Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) was out of the CIA (thanks to the whole major-bipolar-episode-leading-to-seriously-erratic-behavior thing), and her old boss Saul Berenson (Mandy Patinkin) was stationed in Beirut. Ronen Akerman /
This 72 Year Old Hunter Went Missing For 3 Weeks. Wait Til You See Where He Was.

This 72 Year Old Hunter Went Missing For 3 Weeks. Wait Til You See Where He Was.

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A 72 year-old going hunting may sound outlandish, but what this San Francisco man did after going missing while hunting is unbelievable. Gene Penaflor was hunting with his friends. They separated and planned to meet back up for lunch, but Gene never showed. While he was out in the woods, he slipped and fell into a canyon. He was stuck where he landed and he wasn't sure where to go. You won't believe just how long he survived out there on his own. He went missing in the Mendocino National Forest for three whole weeks. His family were thrilled to have him back home. They even said he looked pretty good, aside from the beard he had grown. He went missing in September. ...
What These Women Endure Is Almost Unfathomable. But Wait Til You See Why… OMG.

What These Women Endure Is Almost Unfathomable. But Wait Til You See Why… OMG.

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Although there are many people throughout the world who don't believe this, women are just as capable as men. Perhaps a female's body structure requires different training in order to become strong, but that doesn't mean they are NOT strong. Take these Chinese body guards for example. They are all women and they are all incredibly fierce. The training they endure could break down your average person, yet they are able to survive it. Not only that, but once they are finished with training, these women are tough. On April 4th 2014, six women began training in a bodyguard training school in Beijing. In recent years, the number of schools like this has grown. The classes are grueling. ...
These Disturbing Movies Have Some Even More Disturbing, And True, Stories Behind Them

These Disturbing Movies Have Some Even More Disturbing, And True, Stories Behind Them

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It's spooky enough to learn that your favorite horror movies are based on urban legends, which might have a grain or two of truth behind them. Those kinds of movies make you start looking behind you in the dark and jumping when the phone rings. But there's no real proof behind any of those legends. There is, however, plenty of proof for the events described in these movies; they were all based on very true, very disturbing events.  1.) The Hills Have Eyes, 1977 IMDb In this movie, a family encounters an inbred, cannibalistic clan after being stranded in the Nevada desert. Director Wes Craven was inspired by the 15th and 16th century Scottish legend of Sawney Bean. Bean and his equally deranged wife were said to live...
The Unlikely Rebirth Of A Once-Dead Art Form

The Unlikely Rebirth Of A Once-Dead Art Form

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View this image › Justine Zweibel / BuzzFeed Video may have once killed the radio star, but the internet is helping relaunch it for a new generation. In America, beginning in the 1920s, the sky was saturated with transmissions of news broadcasts, quiz shows, comedy programs like The Jack Benny Show, adventure productions like Superman, and pulp dramas like The Shadow (which was voiced at times by Orson Welles). Families would gather around the radio every week, eager to hear stories unfold, each painting a different mental picture of the action carried through t
How “The Hunger Games” Makes You Question Everything

How “The Hunger Games” Makes You Question Everything

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View this image › The Hunger Games premiered in 2012, and now that Catching Fire is about to hit theaters, we decided to go back to the first film. The “we” in this scenario being Leonora and Erin. We both read The Hunger Games trilogy, and will definitely be seeing the new installment this weekend. We re-watched The Hunger Games. It was intense. 2. Before re-watching the film, we said what we remembered: Erin La Rosa: Did you read the books?Leonora Epstein: I did. Obsessed. You?Erin: I read the books and I liked them. But I’m the kind of
New “Doctor Who” Trailer And Posters Hint At Clara’s Identity

New “Doctor Who” Trailer And Posters Hint At Clara’s Identity

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1. The new trailer! Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=a1pzCjPN9xs. youtube.com 2. And the first four episode synopses. View this image › imgur.com / Via doctorwho.tumblr.com The Doctor’s search for Clara Oswald brings him to modern day London, where Wi-Fi is everywhere. Humanity lives in a Wi-Fi soup. But something dangerous is lurking in the signals, picking off minds and imprisoning them. As Clara becomes the target o
How Superheroes And Sequels Keep Indies Off Summer Movie Screens

How Superheroes And Sequels Keep Indies Off Summer Movie Screens

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View this image › John Gara Jordan Vogt-Roberts couldn’t have been hotter at last January’s Sundance Film Festival. Forget the freezing cold of the Utah mountain resort — the 28-year-old filmmaker spent the entire festival draped in a full-length fur coat. More important, his debut feature, Toy’s House, had won raves and internet excitement, and ended up being one of the most buzzed-about films of the entire festival. A classic coming-of-age story, Toy’s House featured recognizable and fan-favorite actors, like Parks and Recreation’s Nick Offerman, his wife Mega
Will “The Simpsons” Win An Oscar?

Will “The Simpsons” Win An Oscar?

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Unlike almost every other category, Academy rules state that the general membership of the Academy cannot vote for each of the three short film categories unless they’ve seen all of their respective nominees. (For Documentary Short Subject, the films must be screened in a theater.) So popularity and name recognition matter (a bit) less than they do for the better known (and way better seen) feature-length nominees. Best Animated Short Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=wtTQ9dPGBqg. youtube.com One of the most highly competitive categories
44 Movies You Probably Missed In 2013, But Definitely Need To See

44 Movies You Probably Missed In 2013, But Definitely Need To See

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View this image › Chris Ritter / BuzzFeed 1. Short Term 12 Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=qhS6tvSb0UQ. Writer-director Destin Cretton’s drama, which swept the awards at South by Southwest, features Brie Larson — the “Geekiest It Girl Ever” — as Grace, a counselor at a group home for wayward kids. The stress of her job is only compounded by her secret pregnancy, and the troubled past that still haunts her. The film features
These Are The 25 Worst Brutal Murders In History… #23 Chills Me To The Bone.

These Are The 25 Worst Brutal Murders In History… #23 Chills Me To The Bone.

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Death is something that can't be avoided, no matter what you do. Unfortunately, crime and murder are also unavoidable when you look at the history of the world... it's an unfortunate and cruel reality. And sometimes those crimes are so evil, it's hard to believe they really happened. Some of the most brutal murders are decades old, but they simply cannot be forgotten. The victims, their deaths and their murderers will never fade out of history. These are some of the worst murders that the world has ever seen. 1.) Dimebag Darrell: Musician and one of the founding members of Pantera was shot on stage while he was performing with DamagePlan in Columbus, Ohio on 12/08/2004. Gunman Nathan Gale shot him three times in the head. List 25 ...
FYI: These 9 Common Survival Myths Will Probably Kill You, Not Save You.

FYI: These 9 Common Survival Myths Will Probably Kill You, Not Save You.

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Thanks to the ever-present smartphone, most people probably think they are more knowledgeable than they actually are. Information is constantly at your fingertips, available during almost any conversation you have throughout the day. Dinners are full of Googling, not discussion.  Although having information readily available can be a truly marvelous thing, it has fooled us into thinking we can handle anything. If your car broke down and you were lost in the wilderness without a phone signal, would you know what to do?  (Hint: If you say yes, you're probably wrong.) These survival myths are widely known and accepted as what you should do in case of an emergency. As it turns out, they'll probably kill you... not save you. 1.) Myth: Swim paralle...
7 Things We Need To See On “The Walking Dead” Next Season

7 Things We Need To See On “The Walking Dead” Next Season

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1. Carl goes even darker. View this image › Gene Page / AMC What happens to a kid who grows up around such horrific violence and callous disregard for life? It’s one of the most fascinating questions The Walking Dead comics raised, and it’s something the show seems poised to explore. It’s uncomfortable to think of Carl as a heartless killing machine, but can you really blame him for developing a little … off? This is a kid who was asked to shoot his own mother in the head after watching her die terribly. 2. Tyreese and Sasha get fl
Richard Branson’s Necker Island: Caribbean Paradise Or Tropical Hell?

Richard Branson’s Necker Island: Caribbean Paradise Or Tropical Hell?

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View this image › Via Facebook: 1DSuperHumans Tragedy struck the Caribbean on January 4: Just a few days after arriving on the island of Virgin Gorda, Taylor Swift and Harry Styles parted ways. (Here’s a shot of Swift reportedly leaving the island). That’s when, according to Business Insider, Sir Richard Branson invited Styles to come party at his private getaway, Necker Island. And party they did: The above photo soon was snapped of Harry (far left), Sir Richard (center) and friends enjoying the estate’s hot tub. It’s only the latest bizarre tale to emerge from
The Last Final Girl: How Danielle Harris Survived The Transition From Child Star To Scream Queen

The Last Final Girl: How Danielle Harris Survived The Transition From Child Star To Scream Queen

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Dimension Films   Annie Brackett was never supposed to make it out the front door in Rob Zombie’s 2007 reboot of Halloween. But Zombie hadn’t counted on Danielle Harris’ escape skills. “[Michael Myers, the killer] didn’t get me fast enough,” says Harris. “So I actually ran out the front door while we were rolling. And I got down, and then he ran and grabbed me. Rob was like, ‘That’s fucking great. Put cameras across the str
This Is What You Want During A Doomsday Scenario. Just Wait Til You See The Inside… OMG.

This Is What You Want During A Doomsday Scenario. Just Wait Til You See The Inside… OMG.

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When (technically, "if") the zombie apocalypse occurs, a safe mode of transportation will be vital for getting your loved ones to safety. Luckily, Mercedes-Benz is already all over that problem you'll face during the end of the world. Meet the Mercedes Hunter X6, a custom-built rugged off-roading vehicle that can handle almost anything the elements (or zombies) will dish out. Not only that, but you will look extremely cool while you protect the family and friends you'll make during the apocalypse. It's a super-luxury defense vehicle. Mercedes Benz The X6 Hunter has a 6x6 drive train and can keep approximately 6 people safe. Mercedes Benz Not only can it handl...
The “24” Revival Finally Has A Premiere Date

The “24” Revival Finally Has A Premiere Date

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View this image › Fox Jack Bauer will be back on the air in May! Fox announced that 24: Live Another Day, the revival of the Emmy-winning series that went off the air in 2010, will make its two-hour debut on Monday, May 5 at 8 p.m. 24: Live Another Day, which is set in London with Bauer attempting to thwart a potentially earth-shattering terrorist attack, moves to its regular timeslot on Monday, May 12 at 9 p.m. The television events reunites star and executive producer Kiefer Sutherland with executive producer Howard Gordon and many
You’ll Never Believe Some Of The Laws That Can Get You Arrested.

You’ll Never Believe Some Of The Laws That Can Get You Arrested.

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Are you a law-abiding citizen? Are you SURE? While you may not have spent your afternoon stealing and murdering the day away, that doesn’t mean you’re immune to getting in trouble with your local authorities. As it turns out, the “straight and narrow” is a lot more winding and difficult to navigate than you’d think. Just take a look at these ridiculous laws, all of which are still in place today. 1. It is illegal to own a red car in Shanghai, China. hdwallweb 2. Moscow weathermen can be fined for inaccurate forecasts. Mirror 3. It is illegal to purchase or consume whiskey in the town in which Jack Daniel’s is produced. ...
This New Museum In Tokyo Looks Like A Sick Joke, But Kids LOVE It. You’re Not Gonna Believe It.

This New Museum In Tokyo Looks Like A Sick Joke, But Kids LOVE It. You’re Not Gonna Believe It.

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Not everyone is the "museum type," and that's okay. There are people in this world who enjoy art galleries and museums... others like outdoor sports and adventure. (It really takes all sorts.) But it is difficult to understand why anyone would like this new museum in Tokyo. It's called "Toilet!? Human Waste & Earth's Future" ... and it's about exactly what you think. The exhibit teaches visitors about human waste, toilets and other fun, but crappy, trivia. It's hard to tell what kind of person you'd have to be to really enjoy this... Even if you can't read Japanese, it's pretty obvious what this exhibit is all about. There are poop hats and toilet slides... For both c...
Life Is Going To Get A Lot Easier For You If You Use These 25 Clever Inventions.

Life Is Going To Get A Lot Easier For You If You Use These 25 Clever Inventions.

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There are people, all over the world, who are inventing new products every day. I'm not that creative, but at least I know someone is doing it. I'm personally a sucker for new, neat gadgets... and hopefully you are, too. Even if you're not looking to make your life a lot easier you'll want these 27 clever household items. Believe me, you're going to want to buy everything on this list. Especially #7. 1.) USB sticks to go. Buy them here. Tumblr 2.) A highlighter that lets you see where you're highlighting. Imgur 3.) Hold your books in style. Fancy 4.) Lock and unlock your doors using your smartp...
Things I Overheard At This Year’s Sundance Film Festival

Things I Overheard At This Year’s Sundance Film Festival

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1. “Is that Lindsay Lohan?” “No, I heard it was One Direction.” View this image › Chris Pizzello/Invision / AP This was said outside of the press conference, where Lindsay Lohan was announcing her new film, Inconceivable. To be fair, there was a rather large crowd around Lohan, and it was pretty impossible to see her. Plus, what’s less feasible: Lohan being at Sundance or One Direction? And they were both there basically, FYI. 2. “Did you refill your Brita?” Loading View on Instagra
This Was Discovered in the Middle of the Egyptian Desert. … And It’s Stranger Than You Could Imagine.

This Was Discovered in the Middle of the Egyptian Desert. … And It’s Stranger Than You Could Imagine.

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If you ever happen to be wandering through the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt, you may come across a surreal sight that'll leave you scratching your head. It might even make you question your sanity. Or theirs. Allegedly, a man from France decided to construct the tiny blip you see here in the desert. Kaupo Kikkas He bought theater seats and a projector from an old cinema in Cairo. He flew them to Sinai. Then, he arranged generator and a tractor to pull up the screen that was like a gigantic sail. He wanted to create an outdoor cinema. Kaupo Kikkas Hundreds of movie theater seats sit at the bottom of a random mountain range, as if they were dropped in the middle of ...
Alec Baldwin Calls NSA Spying A Sign Of Lazy Government And Paranoia

Alec Baldwin Calls NSA Spying A Sign Of Lazy Government And Paranoia

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View this image › Getty Images Alec Baldwin was not pleased to hear the news that the National Security Agency has continued to collect the data of millions of Verizon customers, but has complicated feelings over its larger implication. “I think that the post-9/11 world is one in which people tell themselves that they’d rather be safe than sorry,” Baldwin said in an interview at a press event in New York on Thursday for his new block of adventure programming on NatGeo. “And although I have an understanding of that and an appreciation of it, I do think that the d
“The Walking Dead” Cast’s Zombie Survival Kits Are Totally Badass

“The Walking Dead” Cast’s Zombie Survival Kits Are Totally Badass

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1. BuzzFeed sat down with the stars of The Walking Dead and asked, “What would absolutely have to bring in the zombie apocalypse?” View this image › Via collider.com Here’s what you’d find in their survival kits: 2. Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes) View this image › Justine Zwiebel / BuzzFeed “Someone on set the other day said, ‘Why doesn’t anyone have that sharp chain mail?’
These 5 Places are So Terrifying That You Really Should Just Avoid Them Altogether. Trust Me.

These 5 Places are So Terrifying That You Really Should Just Avoid Them Altogether. Trust Me.

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Fresh air, green grass, strange energies that make the hair on the back of your neck stand up. Ah, yes! The great haunted outdoors! Oh, that horrible sound coming from inside the garbage can is just a raccoon, is it? Okay, you may be right about this one, but you wouldn’t be so lucky at these places. Check out the five most haunted outdoor places in the world. 1.) The Gettysburg Battlefield (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania) - The site where between 46,000 to 51,000 men died while fighting in American Civil War. Sights and sounds of soldiers marching and cannonballs firing have been reported. 2.) "Suicide Forest" (Aokigahara, Japan) - Located at the base of Mt. Fuji, many hikers find themselves lost in the dense forest. Also, as its ...
These 11 Unbelievably Obvious Signs Have Completely Believable Advice.

These 11 Unbelievably Obvious Signs Have Completely Believable Advice.

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Sometimes, a well-placed sign can be helpful. Paying attention to signs can be incredibly useful, or even life-saving. For example, the New York subway alerts commuters to whether or not they have to enter a sub- or sub-sub-basement to take the L-train. Without signs, they'd be lost in a labyrinth. Forever. Other times, though, signs leave you scratching your head. Their confusing language or redundancy is just... weird. The signs aren't wrong, but that doesn't make them any less ridiculous. Here are some signs that are so rational and literal, they are unbelievable. 1.) Oh, but it looks so comfortable! Thanks for the advice, sign. instagram 2.) ... well, I wouldn't if I could. ...
“The Walking Dead” Drinking Game

“The Walking Dead” Drinking Game

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View this image › blogs.amctv.com Supplies You’ll Need: • Whiskey or some other hard liquor worthy of a zombie apocalypse • Cheap beer if you’re on Team Merle or Daryl • Mixers: For those who like a chaser more than being chased The Rules: View this image › 1. When you see the first zombie
Here Are 10 Ways You Can Avoid Plane Crashes Or Getting Seriously Hurt In One.

Here Are 10 Ways You Can Avoid Plane Crashes Or Getting Seriously Hurt In One.

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The odds of being in a plane crash in the United States are between 1 in 11 million and 1 in 60 million. You should nevertheless prepare in case the unimaginable happens. Here are 10 things you can do to improve your odds of survival in the event of a plane crash. 1.) Make sure you're flying on a big plane. Bill Damon The bigger the plane, the more the body of the plane will be absorb the energy of a potential impact. That means less crashing energy to throw you around the plane and kill you.   2.) Be a young, thin, man. Elliott Brown According to statistics collected by the FAA, age, gender, and weight are the main variables determining how fast...
The 25 Best Onetime “Simpsons” Characters

The 25 Best Onetime “Simpsons” Characters

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A few notes on this list: In order to be considered, a character can only have appeared in one episode. The only exception is characters who later appeared in nonspeaking background roles. Also, the characters represented are from the first eight seasons only. Sorry, fans of later-season Simpsons. 25. Guy Incognito View this image › FOX Episode: “Fear of Flying,” Season 6Voiced by: Dan CastellanetaQuote: “Greetings, good man. Might I trouble you for a drink?”What made him great: It was a one-note joke but an amazing one nonetheless — w
“Hannibal” And The Consequences Of Violence

“Hannibal” And The Consequences Of Violence

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View this image › Hugh Dancy as Will Graham. All images courtesy of NBC Mass shootings and real-life violence are not new; but after the murders in Aurora, Colorado, last summer and the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut in December, there is a perceptible revulsion toward certain displays of violence and gore in entertainment that feels like a change. Perhaps it’s temporary; it’s certainly random. If critics hoped that Fox’s The Following “might be misjudging the mood of the country,” as Tim Goodman wrote in his review in The Hollywood Repo
Getting Shot Is Apparently No Big Deal. These 15 People Were Totally Fine.

Getting Shot Is Apparently No Big Deal. These 15 People Were Totally Fine.

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Being famous isn't easy, and neither is getting shot. These 15 celebrities and famous/historical figures managed to do both and survive. Say what you will about the careers and politics of the people on this list, but you've got to at least give them credit for that. 1.) 50 Cent. Wikipedia Back in 2000, the now famous rapper was shot nine times in New York City outside of his grandmother's house. 2.) Brandon Call. Hollywood.com The Step By Step star was the victim of seemingly random shooting in 1996. He was shot in both arms. 3.) Akon. Wikipedia In 2005 the Senegalese-American musician w...
Hollywood Slowly Embraces BitTorrent, A Network Best Known For Piracy

Hollywood Slowly Embraces BitTorrent, A Network Best Known For Piracy

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View this image › In a new film, Arthur Newman, Colin Firth plays a man who fakes his own death and takes on a new identity. So it’s only fitting that the film is being promoted through BitTorrent, the peer-to-peer network known primarily as a tool for online piracry, which is similarly making a concerted effort to transform its own image. Arthur Newman doesn’t come out until Friday, but all this week you can use the BitTorrent protocol to download a file that includes the first ten minutes of the film, the movie poster and 53 photos from the set. Partnerships
How A Pulitzer Prize Winner Cut Down His Masterpiece And Kept His Soul Intact

How A Pulitzer Prize Winner Cut Down His Masterpiece And Kept His Soul Intact

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View this image › The Weinstein Company Tracy Letts indulged himself a bit when he began writing the first draft of what became the Pulitzer Prize-winning black comedy August: Osage County, ignoring the typical dramatist’s inclination to “get in, say what the scene is about, and get the hell out.” He wanted to see what three generations of quick-witted, hot-headed, and miserably profound characters reuniting under tragic circumstances might say to each other if granted the platform to narrate their own crises. The result was 200 pages of heartland psychodrama, t
How Teenagers Join Adulthood In These 25 Places Is Absolutely Crazy. I Can’t Believe #8.

How Teenagers Join Adulthood In These 25 Places Is Absolutely Crazy. I Can’t Believe #8.

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Tribes and communities from around the world each have their own rites of passage. A rite of passage is a ritual event that marks a person's transition from one status to another. Most often, this rite occurs during the transformation of a child into an adult. The events vary from culture to culture. Some are positive and fun while others are a trial of stamina, pain and endurance. It seems strange that young people go through these violent and difficult trials - and have for centuries. 1.) Enemy sacrifices: In the Aztec Empire, a boy began his military training at 17. He could only be considered a man once he captured an enemy and brought him back as his prisoner to be sacrificed. List 25 2.) Bullet an...
Battlefields Aren’t The Only Remnants Of The Civil War. There Are Ghosts, Too.

Battlefields Aren’t The Only Remnants Of The Civil War. There Are Ghosts, Too.

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The American Civil War was the deadliest war in American history. Between the years of 1861 to 1865, it is estimated that 620,000 soldiers lost their lives. It's no surprise that so much death and destruction from that time period has resulted in a lot of creepy ghost stories. Here are some that will spook you out of camping pretty much anywhere on the east coast. 1.) Devil's Den at the battlefield of Gettysburg is infamous for an apparition of a barefoot man. The ghost appears dressed in the garb of a Texan militia unit who fought in the battle. Witnesses who have seen him claim he tells them, "What you’re looking for is over there.” He then will point towards Plum Run and then vanish. hauntedamericatours.com ...
Who Should Join Chris Pratt In “Guardians Of The Galaxy”?

Who Should Join Chris Pratt In “Guardians Of The Galaxy”?

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View this image › Michael Buckner / Getty Images Since their very first film, the folks at Marvel Studios have seemed eager to make the unexpected choice when it comes to casting. Before Iron Man, Robert Downey Jr. was a beloved actor with a spotty past and zero record as a major box-office draw. Although Chris Hemsworth had a great role that opened J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek, the virtual unknown nonetheless gave zero indication he could credibly take up Thor’s hammer and not seem utterly ridiculous. Mark Ruffalo was a “name” when he signed
Someone Made Huge Sculptures Out Of Ordinarily Small Things And They’re Perfect.

Someone Made Huge Sculptures Out Of Ordinarily Small Things And They’re Perfect.

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The most impressive art installations are either tiny or indescribably huge. There is something about an unrealistic size that can pique anyone's curiosity. Have you ever thought about how awesome it would be to have a GIANT ice cream cone? One that is like 10 times the size of your body? Well, these sculptors have made that dream a reality. It may not be edible, but you can now see what it would look like if your wish for some over-sized every day objects came true.  It's equal parts creepy and awesome. Someone's World Cup experience was ruined. FunCage I bet that rabbit's foot is REALLY lucky. Fyasko Good thing that rubber ducky isn't in the tub w...
Can Marvel Studios Change Hollywood?

Can Marvel Studios Change Hollywood?

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View this image › Photo Illustration by John Gara for BuzzFeed SEVEN YEARS AGO, Marvel Studios barely existed at all. Today, it is poised to change Hollywood forever. For the first half of the 2000s, the comic book publisher had only licensed its characters to other studios — Spider-Man to Sony Pictures, the X-Men and Fantastic Four to 20th Century Fox, Blade to New Line Cinema — and had to watch those companies reap the box office bounty from their intellectual property. So in 2006, Marvel decided to strike out as an independent film production company, but the
“Orange” Is The New Biggs: A Teen Star Talks Growing Up

“Orange” Is The New Biggs: A Teen Star Talks Growing Up

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View this image › Larry (Biggs) comforts an emotional Piper (Taylor Schilling) in Orange Is the New Black. Netflix The stigma of being a teen star can be a struggle to get past, much like a youthful webcam indiscretion broadcast to your entire high school. For Jason Biggs, who first made his mark playing hapless virgin Jim Levenstein in American Pie, that feels somewhat accurate. Because no matter what he does, from Broadway plays to a co-starring role in the Netflix original series Orange Is the New Black, he still gets referred to as “the guy who fucked a pie.”
A GIFcap Of Last Night’s “Parks And Rec”

A GIFcap Of Last Night’s “Parks And Rec”

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1. Ann has split her personality in two, and those two halves have started dating. View this image › Ann, on a personal quest to find herself and separate herself from her ex-boyfriend’s personalities, has started taking herself on dates. Oatmeal Ann does and likes what normal Ann likes, and Catfish Ann tries something she’s never tried when they’re out on a date. View this image ›
This Is How “The Soup” Gets Made

This Is How “The Soup” Gets Made

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View this image › Brandon Hickman At 10:48 a.m. on a Wednesday, Joel McHale, host of The Soup, had been onstage for almost an hour filming an episode. To kill time between takes, he addressed the audience. The first story he told was about camping, and how his friend’s 3-year-old accidentally pooped in the sleeping bag they were all sharing. “That’s a good argument to never have kids,” he said. The small audience erupted in laughter as he paced on the stage. Then McHale stopped, turned, and asked the crowd, “Do you all watch Community?” Less than 24 hours pr
11 WTF Moments In The Trailer For The Survival Thriller “Killing Season”

11 WTF Moments In The Trailer For The Survival Thriller “Killing Season”

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The new trailer for Killing Season, a thriller starring John Travolta and Robert De Niro, just premiered online. Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=y90MAVcezPE. youtu.be The film opens in theaters and is available for VOD on July 12. The trailer is filled with WTF moments. Let us count the ways. 1. Soooo, WTF is going on with Travolta’s beard? View this image › Is it in competition with his h
Appreciate The Horror Genre The Right Way With These 10 Scary Films.

Appreciate The Horror Genre The Right Way With These 10 Scary Films.

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Halloween is approaching fast, so it's time once again to break out the horror flicks! They're fun any time of year, but they're especially fun when you curl up with (or hide under) a big blanket with some friends. Or alone...if you dare. There are so many horror movies and, unfortunately, a lot of them are pretty terrible. Don't get me wrong, I love a terrible horror movie from time to time. There is something satisfying about laughing at something that was obviously meant to terrify. But there are only so many horror movie tropes you can see before they start to bore you. Creepy little girls in white nightgowns, flash cuts, jump scares, and oozing black substances get old. With so many sub-par films out there, it can get disappointing when you're in the mood for a scare. So we co...
These 7 Survival Hacks Aren’t Only Brilliant. They Could Actually Save Your Life.

These 7 Survival Hacks Aren’t Only Brilliant. They Could Actually Save Your Life.

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Need some light in a pinch and a candle alone won't cut it? Need to get a cooking fire going with minimal effort? Need to find the right direction home? Need clean water? Well then this video will teach you how with these 7 survival life hacks/tips that could very well save your life one day (as long as you have a few common household items with you). If you happen to crash your car on the way home from the grocery store and you have to spend the night in a dark forest, well then now you know what to do ;) Source: audible Share these handy life hacks with your friends below. Read more: http://viralnova.com/survival-life-hacks/
No Matter How Bad Your Day Is, It’s Not Nearly As Bad As These People’s. Ouch.

No Matter How Bad Your Day Is, It’s Not Nearly As Bad As These People’s. Ouch.

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Bad days usually aren't made by getting hit by a bus. Instead, they're created by these infuriating, embarrassing terrifying incidents that will forever be burned into your memory. If you ever think you've having a bad day... you're wrong. Because THESE people are having bad days. 1. The guy who tried to drive through wet cement 2. The guy that realized he's paying too much in rent and his landlord is a thief. 3. These girls once they're done taking this photo 4. Every Ohioan ever 5. These parents that can't handle their kids 6. The guy who thought mo...
25 Movies That Will Give You A Panic Attack

25 Movies That Will Give You A Panic Attack

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1. Rear Window (1954) View this image › Universal Pictures Director: Alfred Hitchcock Stuck at home with a broken leg, Jeff (James Stewart) begins aimlessly spying on his neighbors. Soon, however, he finds he may be a witness to a murder. So many of Master of Suspense Hitchcock’s movies are stressful, but there’s something about Jeff’s helplessness in Rear Window that makes the film extra anxiety-inducing. 2. Wait Until Dark (1967)
13 Things We Learned From The Cast And Crew Of “Revolution”

13 Things We Learned From The Cast And Crew Of “Revolution”

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View this image › Kevin Parry/Paley Center for Media On March 2, the cast and crew of Revolution were honored by the Paley Center as part of the annual PaleyFest. We spoke with actors Giancarlo Esposito (Tom Neville), JD Pardo (Jason Neville/Nate), and Daniella Alonso (Nora), and creator Eric Kripke. 1. In a world without electricity, most everyone would miss their cell phones. View this image ›
Why MTV Can’t Stop Making Reality Exploitation

Why MTV Can’t Stop Making Reality Exploitation

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View this image › The Buckwild cast Via http:/ / MTV It’s no longer news that MTV long ago abandoned music programming in favor of low-cost/high-trash reality shows like Buckwild and Jersey Shore. But a more recent, and more troubling, development is MTV’s dramatic plunge down the social ladder. Shows like Buckwild, 16 and Pregnant, Teen Mom, and Catfish are a part of a new generation of MTV programming that focuses — uncritically — on the lives of young people whose ambitions and opportunities are severely constrained by geography, social class, and dysfunctiona
These 27 People Tried To Fight Off Sleeping. But Sleep (Hilariously) Won. LOL.

These 27 People Tried To Fight Off Sleeping. But Sleep (Hilariously) Won. LOL.

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You can only fight the urge to sleep for so long... and these 27 poor souls know it. Sometimes it happens in a car, sometimes at work, but whenever sleep comes a callin' you just can't resist. Unfortunately, most of these people ended up passing out around their awful friends, so the results are hilarious. 1. The girl who sucks at sleep overs. 2. That James Franco guy. 3. The baby who didn't want to go to bed. 4. The guy who was supposed to be studying. 5. The student that trusted their dorm roommates. 6. Another guy who trusted the people in his dorm....
These Treasures Would Be Worth Millions If Someone Actually Found Them.

These Treasures Would Be Worth Millions If Someone Actually Found Them.

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When you think of the word "treasure," you probably think of pirates or maybe even wise-cracking Johnny Depp in a big Hollywood movie, but did you know there are real treasures out there? There are even some hidden away in this country. There may be famous hidden treasures all around the world, but there are even cooler ones hidden in your own national back yard. 1.) The Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine. wikipedia Hidden ominously in an area in Arizona called Superstition Mountains is a stash of gold worth today over $200 million dollars. In 1876 a German miner named Jacob Waltz decided not to follow the advice of the other miners and took his expedition to these mountains and was rewarded greatly for t...
Can Hollywood Make An Honest, Inoffensive Movie About The Working Class?

Can Hollywood Make An Honest, Inoffensive Movie About The Working Class?

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View this image › Relativity Director Scott Cooper grew up in the hills of Virginia, the grandson of a coal miner. It’s a story he’s telling often these days, making it the pillar of the campaign for his new film, Out of the Furnace, a drama that stars Christian Bale as Russell Baze, a steelworker who suffers loss after loss: he watches his father die, his girlfriend (Zoe Saldana) drift away, and his Iraq veteran brother Rodney (Casey Affleck) fight opponents in both the shadowy world of bare knuckle brawling, and battle-induced PTSD in the dark recesses of his m