Links Away: 'Final Destination 5' Cast Gets Saved By The Bell

We're assuming they also get killed by the bell.

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You Can’t Escape The Trailer For ‘Final Destination 5'

You can't escape your fate. You thought you could get lucky. You thought that it would forget about you. You thought there was no such thing as fate. Now you know - you were wrong. It's true, the trailer for Final Destination 5 (unfortunately no longer titled 5nal Destination) is here, and it can't be placated. You either watch it, or spend the rest of your life in fear. But, once you see it, it's actually kind of cool. The opening sequence is almost Hitchcockian in the way that it builds suspense around something benign (although laser eye surgery is pretty scary on its own), and the "kill or be killed" premise is kind of cool.  Tony Todd is here too! See? Fate's not so bad.


'Final Destination 5' Trailer: It's A Falling Bridge This Time

In this one, they cheat death in a tragic accident, so death haunts them individually. Yeah, I know, I know. [post-video postid="211092"]What can be said about Final Destination 5 that hasn't been said about 1, 2, 3, or 4? Hmm. It's a falling bridge this time. Which is notable in that the falling bridge scene looks pretty insane. Impressive even by summer blockbuster standards, it's a downright overachievement for the Destination series. Beyond that, it appears to be more of the same: kids on the run from death which stalks them in creative and gruesome ways. What's not to like? I don't want to spoil anything, but if you were the type of person that enjoys eyes being melted by lasers, you might want to stick around till the end of the trailer. Maybe.


Jimmy Fallon Returned to Bayside High With the Cast of 'Saved by the Bell' Last Night

Thankfully, Screech was not in attendance. With the hilariously dark Every 90's Commercial Ever currently blowing up the Twitters and Youtubes, you might say that 90's nostalgia has reached an all-time high. And who knows how to capture our cultural addiction to nostalgia better than Jimmy Fallon? NO ONE, DUM-DUM. WHY WOULD YOU EVEN ASK SUCH A STUPID QUESTION? Aaaaaanyway, Fallon cashed-in big with 90's nerds last night by reuniting the cast of Saved by the Bell for the first time since The College Years, a.k.a the Baywatch Nights of the SbtB canon. Our two main takeaways: 1). Thank God, Dustin Diamond was nowhere to be found. 2). Good God, Mr. Belding is looking rough. Check out the clip above. (Yes, it includes a Mario Lopez dance moment.) Related: Jimmy Fallon recreates the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song


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'Dexter' Sets Up His Final Kill Room In Latest Teaser

After this season, there will be no more 'Dexter' teasers. We've already been treated to a few teasers for the upcoming season of Dexter, but now that it's confirmed to be its final, expect a much more aggressive push. So far, new footage has been kept to a minimal so in the meantime we can enjoy these stylistic recap spots which is okay, because it's now hitting home that Dexter is ending. That means no more kill rooms, no more blood slides, no more convenient reasons to get Harrison out of town. And after this season, there will be no more Dexter teasers. We always knew Miami would run out of serial killers eventually, but now that that day is here, it feels weird.


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Sam Jackson Can't Save 'Arena' In This Trailer

Samuel L. Jackson's character gets the privilege of forcing Kellan Lutz to fight for his freedom. Jealous! This Arena trailer looks like the most nondescript low-budget action film I've seen in a while. It's got cheesy CGI effects, a trite one-word title, and it's even got a mediocre "star" in Kellan Lutz. However, Arena also has Samuel L. Jackson hamming it up to the stratosphere as some sort of powerful guy that makes guys like Kellan Lutz fight to the death. That's something we can all get behind. The plot of arena is that people are captured and forced to kill each other for the enjoyment of the internet and Sam Jackson. I'm sure there's more plot to be offered, but none more needed. If Kellan Lutz fights and wins nine more times, he gets to go free. But let's be honest for a second. (Kellan Lutz: If you're reading, skip to the next paragraph. If you're illiterate, tell the guy reading this to you to skip to the next paragraph.) Nobody gives a rat's ass about Lutz. We're hear to see Samuel L. act like the Joker, Richard Dawson, Nic Cage, and Tyra Banks all rolled into one.