We search the internet for whatever we find interesting and think that you would find interesting too. While the rest of the world posts tired “Call Me Maybe” covers, or the latest, crappy, “Gangnam Style” parody, we would like videos of old altered musicals to start making the rounds. A West Side Story with light […]
Film & DVD
While Youtube offers pay-per-view movies now, their offerings can be a bit “meh” and rather pricey. We won’t knock anyone offering an alternative to subscription services like Netflix and Blockbuster, but we can offer an excellent substitute. Troma Entertainment, makers of such hits as Farts of Darkness and Yeti: A Love Story, offers those films […]
While we were trying to come up with a Halloween gallery to kick off October, we got sidetracked by this video, Italian Spiderman. It runs a little more than a half hour, but whether you watch the whole thing or just click around the video, it is entirely entertaining. It reminds us of what a […]
Sometimes mining the internet for interesting things to share with others becomes a tiresome act of drudgery. This little film by Kut, a “creative collective consisting of filmmakers, musicians, artists, politicians and cats” is refreshing, as it contains no snark, zombies, bacon, Mario, or Star Wars references. It’s people bringing joy in a simple form […]
H.P. Lovecraft would have been 112 years old August 20, had he not submitted to the cosmic terrors and eldritch horrors of daily existence. This may be not be entirely accurate, but it is true that Lovecraft’s popularity has been growing in leaps and bounds since his untimely death in 1937. His most popular creation, […]
You don’t need a Golden Ticket to get in to this auction, but if you want to walk away with some great Willy Wonka treasures, you’re going to need a lot of cash.
From Lars Von Trier’s production company, Zentropa, Klown is a cringe-inducing comedy of errors about a hapless man-child and his smarmy best friend who inadvertently kidnap a young boy before going on a male-bonding getaway in a canoe.
Blinky™ is the almost heartwarming tale of a child and his robot friend. Watch it, and learn why you’ll never think of hide-and-go-seek the same way again.
Step aside, 3D big-budget actioners. Anders Ramsell is forging new ground by rendering the first 12 minutes of Blade Runner in aquarelle paintings.
SpongeBob Squarepants finally gets off his squishy butt and decides to save Christmas. Even better — it’s all done in stop-motion animation.