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Gentleman Broncos

Tuesday, August 12 by

According to his website:

The Art Of Relaxating With Doctor Ronald Chevalier

Tuesday, August 12 by

And even though this one is not exactly the newest new news, its worth watching, because we could all stand to just relax a little.Check out the viral website for Gentleman Broncos, due out in 2009.  

Recap: I Want To Work For Diddy Episode 1.02

Tuesday, August 12 by

Episode 2 “No Bitchassness” starts off with Diddy talking about how big his empire is. Sleep is forbidden, and every night he just cant wait to wake up and work.  So the teams are woken up at 5am and hustled out of the house onto a helipad where a chopper is waiting for each team.

Paul Blart: Mall Cop

Tuesday, August 12 by

Kevin James stars in a gritty crime drama full of action, romance and important social commentary. Nah, just kidding. It's a slapstick comedy! Paul Blart is shy, chubby mall security guard who has to take on the element of organized crime that has taken over his precious shopping center.

Mall Cop Video Has Reverse Police Brutality

Tuesday, August 12 by

I used to be a big fan of professional skateboarder, Mike Vallely back when he rode for Black Label. He used to skate like a maniac and fight people all the time. I can respect that. Then he grew his hair long, switched sponsors, started a band that kind of sucks and now he's doing viral marketing videos for the new Kevin James movie, Paul Blart: Mall Cop.

The 6 Best Trailers for Fake Movies

Tuesday, August 12 by

Last week, when I posted that trailer for the fake Mother Teresa biopic, I did some bitching about how Megan Fox's unbelievable hotness was really its only redeeming quality.

Recap: Intervention: Episode 6.08

Monday, August 11 by

Episode: "Allison." The most fun I have ever had with one of those compressed air keyboard dusters was back in college when we discovered that if you spray it while the can is upsidedown, you can freeze things. It will also burn the hell out of your skin. Because of that, I guess it never occured to me to inhale all the crap inside of the can. Allison did, though.

Intervention

Monday, August 11 by

Documentaries can be about as interesting as an eighth grade biology film strip, but when the cameras are following around people with serious drug addictions, you never know what's going to happen. After watching the subjects further screw their lives up for a few days, they spring an intervention on them and try to get them treatment.

Recap: Weeds: Episode 4.09

Monday, August 11 by

Episode: "Little Boats." The run of fantastic episodes had to come to an end some time and I guess this was it. That's not to say that it was a bad episode, but with all the crap that has happened in the past couple weeks, I think it was a much needed break that let the writers do some housekeeping and hopefully set up some wild stuff that's yet to come.

Hell Ride

Monday, August 11 by

“The Rebellion Against All There Is…Including Making Good Movies.”

Review: Hell Ride

Monday, August 11 by

Did you see Wild Hogs? Yeah, me neither. To be fair, it was a movie for men and women aged 40 plus.  Hell Ride is basically the same movie. Except that there is LOTS of nudity and violence. And everybody dies. Ok, maybe that’s a bad comparison.

Q&A: My Girlfriend Explains What Dudes Can Learn From The Pants Movie

Monday, August 11 by

We all know that one of the most difficult tasks of men’s lives is the process of trying to understand women.  It is often mindboggling, able to drive us to fits of rage and utter confusion. But the reality is that they smell REALLY good, and whether we like it or not, we need them.

Recap: Madmen Ep. 2.03

Monday, August 11 by

Episode 2.03, "The Benefactor" starts off on a comedian doing a commercial for Utz potato chips and comparing a fat woman who has walked onto the set to the Hindenburg. Meanwhile, Betty Draper is riding horses at the stables, ogling one of the male riders with her friend.

Olympic Cycling: Only Fun When Someone Gets Hurt

Monday, August 11 by

Over the weekend I turned on the Olympics from time to time, just to see what was going on and it seemed like all they wanted to show me was badminton. To me, that sport is about one notch above Slip N' Slide races, but the Chinese sure do seem to take it seriously.

Recap: Generation Kill: Episode 1.05

Monday, August 11 by

Episode: "A Burning Dog"

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