Apparently when it comes to naming their strains, some pot connoisseurs like to geek out a bit.
In honor of the DVD and Blu-ray release of “Family Guy: It’s A Trap!,’ we have a clip for our dear readers.
It’s not cool to freeze people, is it Hut?
It’s amazing what a mustache can do.
It doesn’t quite capture the hate.
No Dark Side here.
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In their ongoing pissing contest with ‘Family Guy,’ Seth Green and the ‘Robot Chicken’ gang have created a third Star Wars special as well.
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Irving Kershner, best known for directing The Empire Strikes Back, the second best Star Wars film (The Clone Wars is obviously the best), has died.
For fans all over the world, here we have for you the 10 best Star Wars costumes. It was the summer of 1977 when the world changed and a new…
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.
The final chapter in the ongoing “Family Guy” spoof of the original Star Wars Trilogy is finally here. “It’s a Trap” parodies Return of the Jedi, the third installment of the original films.
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Danny Boyle’s new film, 127 Hours, premieres tomorrow. James Franco stars as Aron Ralston, a climber who is forced to amputate his own arm after it is crushed under a rock. In honor of Ralston’s remarkable tale of survival, we here at Screen Junkies came up with a list of other memorable films that feature scenes of amputation. Some of them are disturbing, others are lighthearted, but all of them contain badly mutilated limbs, and that’s the important part. Enjoy!
Oh internet, why do you do these things? I heart you.
Bob your head to there links.
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Tom Cruise Scales the World's Tallest Building (PopEater)
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Wookiees and bounty hunters don't understand the complexities of Japanese automobiles.
BoingBoing was sent this video that condenses the entire Star Wars Trilogy into two minutes AND does the whole thing in paper animation. I love it. Way better than spending six hours on the originals. Sure, the special effects aren't as impressive but the time spent on cutting out every little detail from construction paper deserves major kudos. Good job, Jeremy Messsersmith, a Minneapolis musician.
George Lucas must have lost a lot of credits betting on pod races over the weekend, because he's hard at work trying to scrounge up some quick cash. And there's no easier way for the man to make money than re-releasing Star Wars yet again, this time in 3D.
Actually, there is better way: he can re-release all six Star Wars films in 3D in 2012. After all, the Battle of Yavin will look cool in 3D, but Jar Jar Binks stepping in sh*t will be out of this world! (Empire Online)
But watch for X-Wings before you step off the curb.
Ewok it out with these links.
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Made Man's Ultimate Vegas Vacation (MadeMan)
I prefer this version. It's less talky and John Williams's score on piano sounds quite foreboding.
Here are today's silent links.
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Courtney Love's Twitter Meltdown (Smosh)
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Your Earthquake-Proof Bed (MadeMan)
The midget ones are kinda creepy, but damn if they can't shake it.
Get funky with these links.
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The 8 Greatest "Hot Chick" Internet Hoaxes (Ranker)
25 Jet Ski Fail Videos (HolyTaco)
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The Worst Teams In College Football (Maxim)
300 Pound Teenager Will Stab A Mom For A Cheeseburger (BarStoolSports)
6 Funny Places To Play Dead (EgoTV)
Chin Up, Fanboys! America Hates Lots Of Great Movies (Pajiba)
Good Lord Sega, Are You Serious? (Unreality)
Mike Tyson's Brutal Honesty (TotalProSports)
Dropping E And Rolling With The Dance Party (Smosh)
10 Cardinal Rules For Visiting Las Vegas (BroBible)
Tila Tequlia Stoned By Righteous Mob (CelebJihad)
Chael Sonnen Says He Was Out When Josh Rosenthal Called The Fight (CagePotato)
For Charity Right? Jenny McCarthy Parties In Sexy Lingerie (PopEater)
Couture Gas Masks For A Stylish Apocalypse (MadeMen)
I know I'm not alone in citing The Empire Strikes Back as my favorite Star Wars film. It built upon the mythos presented in the original and expanded the universe in very cool ways and played up the darker tones without transparently trying to sell more toys. And it didn't include Ewoks. Gary Kurtz was George Lucas's partner for the first two films in the saga, and now he's speaking out for the first time about what makes the series suck now. Namely, it's Lucas's greed and desire to sell more toys. Beam me up (or something) LA Times!
"I could see where things were headed. The toy business began to drive the [Lucasfilm] empire. It's a shame. They make three times as much on toys as they do on films. It's natural to make decisions that protect the toy business but that's not the best thing for making quality films…. The first film and ‘Empire’ were about story and character, but I could see that George’s priorities were changing. The emphasis on the toys, it's like the cart driving the horse."
Oh snap! Equestrian BURN.
“We had an outline [for the third film] and George changed everything in it. Instead of bittersweet and poignant he wanted a euphoric ending with everybody happy. The original idea was that they would recover [the kidnapped] Han Solo in the early part of the story and that he would then die in the middle part of the film in a raid on an Imperial base. George then decided he didn’t want any of the principals killed. By that time there were really big toy sales and that was a reason.”
That totally almost explains Jabba's faaaabulous uncle, Ziro the Hutt.