The Huffington Post put together a 5 minute montage of all the greatest bully moments from 1980s films. So many wedgies, slaps, and insults; so many memories. Revenge of the Nerds to Heathers, Monster Squad, Teen Wolf and more can all be seen within this awesome tribute.
The big news hit today from Deadline that the little vixen with the big mouth, Megan Fox, has been passed up in Transformers 3. Paramount had decided not to use the sassy young starlet and Michael Bay had the final say. Other sources from Variety and People have as well confirmed this story. With that being said and the ominous approaching shooting start for Transformers 3, there have already been discussions on a new love interest for leading man Shia LaBeouf.
These people didn’t. Someone decided to make a fun video montage of every death scene from Lost throughout all six seasons to date up to the final two episodes. The montage is mixed with the song, ‘People Who Died,’ by the Jim Carroll Band. This was a pretty well made montage considering how many people have died on Lost.
Exactly one year ago, May 17, 2009, I embarked on a mission to watch many films that I have never seen before within the time frame of a year. My shame list was pretty large and very embarrassing if you would like to call yourself a film geek. My mission started as a little with 100 films by the end of Summer, but it grew into a monster task of trying to watch over a year’s worth of films I have never seen before in less than a year.
One year later and I have completed my journey with a final film count of 390 watched that I have never seen before. With watching so many films in a year it’s getting hard to see new films, but I still want to give this a go into round 2 starting today. If you have any suggestions on what films I need to see, LET ME KNOW! You can read about my 365 mark at my old post and see what other films I have seen. You can check out the other 25 films after the jump!
A great little video has been lead to my attention exploring the mystery of THE CALIFORNIA MOUNTAIN DEVIL. Friends Rob, Matt and a nameless guy behind a camera, decide to take this creatures mystery to their advantage and try and scare their friend, Chad. This video has a great twist that you don’t even see coming.
“The Lone Pine Mountain Devil (AKA the California Mountain Devil) is a bat-like carnivore/predator of North American folklore — the first reported sightings were in the Inyo County region of California, circa 1839.”
With the unexpected success of Matthew Vaughn’s Kick-Ass, there is expectation of a sequel despite its low box office performance. Well you are in luck my friends because light has been shed by Mark Millar, writer of the Kick-Ass comic. ForcesofGeek got a hold of a press release about the start up of a monthly magazine joint venture with Mark Millar and Titan Magazines, CLiNT, and the status of the Kick-Ass sequel.
“Millar is also launching his sequel to the hit Kick-Ass movie in the first issue of the comic. “Kick-Ass 2: Balls To The Wall” has been scheduled for production in 2011 for a 2012 cinema release, but fans of the first movie can find out what happens two years in advance by picking up CLiNT.”
“The 100-page magazine will be packed with interviews and features from movies, games and television as well as four serialized comic-strips. The biggest names in entertainment will be featured every month and some will even be sticking around to write sci-fi, humour or horror stories after they’ve been interviewed and quizzed.”
Check out the rest of the press release after the jump!
How many times do you think you have heard the phrase, “Get out of there!” in film? Probably a lot more than you think. The guys at, Pajiba, wanted you to know, “Get Outta There” awareness. After watching this video, the phrase will stick out more than you know!