Aside from absolutely dominating the Internet this summer by rolling out eight hilarious music videos that led to his first ever #1 Album on Billboard’s Top 200 Chart, Weird Al Yankovic absolutely crushed it at last nights 66th Primetime Emmy Awards. Adding his own lyrics to the theme songs of Mad Men, Scandal, Homeland, Modern Family, and Game of Thrones, Weird Al proved he’s still the master of parody. Continue reading
If Thursday and Friday did not satisfy your craving of big names coming to SDCC, Saturday will certainly wet your whistle. Comic-Con 2014 has released its Saturday panel schedule, which includes The Hobbit, Mad Max, Gotham, Sailor Moon, Sin City, Marvel Studios, True Blood, Once Upon a Time, and the cosplay Masquerade. Check out the full schedule of panels after the break. Continue reading
Music of the ’90s were a powerful time. Alternative music was on the rise, Bill Clinton sexed it up on the sax, boy bands were back on the rise, and the world was introduced to Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera.
With Pantera’s Vulgar Display of Power turning 20 this past week, I thought it would be appropriate to pay tribute to some other famous albums turning the big 2-0 later this year! (It’s scary to think that next year, those born in 1995 will be graduating from high school.) See my picks of some of the greatest influential albums of 1992 after the jump! Continue reading
Funny or Die usually has some flops on their websites, but sometimes they can pull something out of their talented hat and create something spectacular like this Weird Al Yankovic spoof movie trailer. If this was a real movie, I would definitely be purchasing a ticket. Continue reading