|Posted on December 15, 2013 at 5:05 AM|
This one is Santa Claus in Trouble, and apparently it's not all that bad. I love the first half of this game when it's all a glitch.
It's arguably being over-promoted at this point, but I'll still be seeing Anchorman 2 no matter what.
Not merely just “didn’t see coming” but have you asking “wha…wa…why?”
I didn’t bother watching Spike’s Videogame awards. There’s no point. Nobody remembers them and they hold no value in any way, it’s just another platform for publishers and marketers to promote shit, much like game “journalism” itself.
Plus, whenever video games are put out there in a mainstream fashion, whether it be a piece on the news or some ‘awards’ show or even E3 in some cases, it always makes me cringe. There’s never been a good video game awards show because nobody gives a shit because nobody takes video games seriously as a medium of expression or artistry, only escapism and immaturity. It’s like the WWE Slammy awards, basically.
This was hilarious. I love Conan. I love Cube. I can tolerate Hart. But I might just be sold on their new flick.
Plus it’s kind of cool seeing them drive around my neighborhood. I know that 7eleven, I live just a few blocks from Runyun, that Wendy’s is right across the street. I should get out more.
I don't know what to think of the movie, but it's at least building an interesting world around it.
Probably the best analysis of "Shame" I've seen. Of course, it's Kyle, and that's expected. Check out his fantastic Dead Man video from earlier this year. I don't think I put it up here, but I should have. In fact, just go watch all his stuff because they're all awesome. Even if you don't know the movie, just do it.
I can’t speak for some of these movies, I try to not actively seek out movies I know aren’t going to be good, but I can’t argue with the ones I have seen. The Michele Rodriguez Catch was f’n weird. The Backstreet Boys was cool. Rob Lowe was amazing. Pain & Gain was surprisingly good. For good or bad, they are all WTF moments.
Now that’s awesome, and it’s just a promo for some programming in the UK.
You can't argue with this list, that's for sure. It's not like there's a ton of holiday-themed horror movies in the first place, but I don't think anyone would put the top 2 any lower, and it's nice to see number 3 up there because it is a gem of a flick.
Well then…that’s interesting.
This guy….this fuckin’ guy.
The best mashup I've seen in a while.
And finally, a Wreath of Khan