AICN hosted a contest where fans could enter their videos of other movies getting the Tron treatment for a chance to win a seat at the upcoming Butt-Numb-A-Thon. Tronitized Aliens, the champion, certainly earned its title.
A redubbed scene from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom turns into an instructional video on proper manners at the dinner table. You may never find yourself in the same formal situation as Indy (or “Bob” in the video), but if poisoned drinks and flaming kabobs ever arise, you’ll be ready. Maybe even this Thanksgiving.
Talk to your kids about sex is easy, but talking to them about Star Wars is hard. Where do you start? How detailed do you get? Do you bring up the tabooed Jar Jar Binks? Luckly Asylum put together a video to help all you daddies out.
Johnson was a good sport when I tied in Faster with the upcoming Fast Five. He also appreciated my Point Blank reference and told us it’s okay to still call him The Rock.
In a city full of elitist assholes, only one man has enough balls to protect its citizens from their apathetic tirades. That’s not a vintage coat. It’s a right now coat, dirty hipster.
Neill Blomkamp broke out in big ways with District 9. Now, all eyes are on this guy in anticipation of what his next project will be. Turns out, it’s this some kind of thing.
Yay, it’s Tron Tuesday again… That means another sneak peak promotion clip thingy. This one looks under the hoods of the vehicles in Tron Legacy. Can we just see the damn movie already?!
We all know that Nic Cage frequently loses his sh*t in movies, but when you string all of the moments together it’s a frightening display of a mentally unstable person.
YouTube user MoPapparani put together a supercut of 250 introductions of 186 people, groups, and things. I’m not sure if you’ll make it all the way through the ten minute video, but watch as much as you can while you finish your bowl of generic brand Lucky Charms this morning.
Those wily chaps over at FilmDrunk put together a supercut of Arnold Schwarzenegger screaming in films. It’s long, but if you want to get the most out of it you should take it all.
It’s “Tron Tuesday” (Observed) and that means another look at the film. This time, we have a scene that is going to loan so much inspiration to the porn parody.
This is Harry J. Potter, the self-proclaimed world’s biggest Harry Potter fan. You’re probably thinking he’s just a fan of the movies, but it’s the books too. He’d be a total loser if it were just the movies.
Movies are never short on characters who have had one too many. Just like real life drunks, they slur, slip, and spew — sometimes all at once.The unfortunate souls in this wasted in movies supercut from our editor Matthew Freund needed a friend to cut them off, or just leave them at home altogether.
Studios should take fan-made trailers and run them nationally as official film trailers. Fans seem to make movies look a lot more badass than professional trailer editors. This trailer for Faster emphasizes what The Rock should have been doing all along — stompin’ fools instead wearing tutus and fairy wings.
This trailer doesn’t say anything that isn’t already in the films. It just rearranges certain lines and scenes so that the final product makes Harry and Dumbledore seem as if they’re gay lovers.And who are you to judge?!
Chubby Skinny Kids give a look at what the next generation of ‘Ghostbusters’ might be like. The youth today have no respect for the dead.
Tuesday, Entertainment Tonight is going to premiere the Green Lantern trailer that will play before Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Yesterday they premiered the teaser of that trailer in between “We’re number one! We’re number one!” promotional graphics.
A new super-cut is making the rounds this afternoon. Much like “We’ve Got Company,” “Famous Last Words,” and “I Hate Muffins,” “You Look Like Sh*t” highlights all the times characters in movies are told they look like sh*t, or tell someone else they resemble sh*t. And 22% of that time, that person is Bruce Willis.
The other week, Ted Raimi, brother of director Sam Raimi, beat us up, stole our Flip Cam, and flew to NYC to attend Zombie Con. He tooled around the convention floor, married some living dead lovers, and snapped some footage of Bruce Campbell interrogating a zombie.
Imagine a interactive Choose Your Own Adventure with a zombie storyline. Now stop imagining because it’s real! Editing the Dead puts you in control of your fate. Depending on your selection at the end of each video clip, you’re taken down a different path that could lead to salvation or being eaten alive.
This Break Original asks the question, “What if Milton from Office Space sang a catchy diddy about his troubles with Lumberg and his red Swingline stapler?” Don’t be surprised if it’s playing Off-Broadway in a few months. The married squirrels part is touching.
Voldemort and his Death Eaters invaded Grand Central Station looking for Harry Potter a.k.a. just another day in New York City. Alright, maybe it was less typical considering the flash mob consisted of actors instead of recently released Bellevue patients.
In his audition for Anchorman, Steve Carell made the choice to play Brick Tamland like a giggling idiot. So much so that it looks like he’s on the brink of passing out. Even with the degraded video quality, you can tell his face gets awfully purple.