Links Away: Kramer The Defamed Business Tycoon

We all know Kramer had big ideas, but what would have happened if he had possessed the attention span (and intellectual capacity) to actually follow through on some of them?

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'Tabloid' Trailer: Errol Morris Kidnaps, Chains Up Your Attention

Did Joyce McKinney rape and kidnap a mormon missionary? The most interesting gossip is vintage. Charlie Sheen got fired from a TV show for drinking and talking smack on the internet. Crazy smack, but still, it's nothing compared to the strange story of 70s beauty queen Joyce McKinney. An IQ of 168 did not keep McKinney out of trouble. In 1977, she became a tabloid sensation for supposedly raping and kidnapping Kirk Anderson, a mormon missionary. The trailer above is for Tabloid, a documentary about the "the Mormon sex in chains case" by documentarian Errol Morris (Fog of War). McKinney describes why the rape charge is absurd, comparing it to sticking a marshmallow into a parking meter. That just became my favorite analogy of the day, possibly the month. Things only get crazier from there. It's a fun, slick trailer that kept my attention without spoiling too much. If you're looking for break from monsters and superheroes this summer - though I'm not sure why you would be - and the reviews are good, I'd bring your paparazzi camera over to theaters July 15th. Check out the poster below.


What Happen's When You Put 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schimdt's Theme Song Over The Film 'Unbreakable'? This Happens.

I'm buying what they're selling. The film Unbreakable has fared better as the years passed than it did when it first came out as the sophomore effort to M. Night Shyamalan's The Sixth Sense. I guess it just took a while for audiences to fall into the groove of the show. However, maybe if the show had been a little more hospitable during the opening credits, that wouldn't have been such a tough adaptation. Here's a mash up between the somber Unbreakable and the insanely upbeat Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt that offers something for everyone. Even if that something will likely piss them off. Ok. Yeah, I'll watch this. As long as Mr. Glass is an Internet celebrity in this version.


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The guy who played Sloth, an actor named George Clooney, hasn't confirmed this yet. The Goonies will be back, or so says original director Richard Donner, whom TMZ accosted while he was signing autographs. In no uncertain terms, Donner says in the video, "We're making a Goonies sequel." When asked if the stars will return, he responds, "Hopefully, all of them." Sure. Good luck fitting it into Corey Feldman's filming schedule these days. CAUTION: You have to put up with some stupid incendiary babble from the TMZ video guy to get to the point.


C-SPAN Investigates: Does Mitt Romney Have A Big Penis?

Asking for a friend. While covering the race for the Republican ticket, C-SPAN has been overwhelmed by callers who want to cut through the rhetoric and get down to the real issue. Just exactly how big is Mitt Romney's penis? The broad-shouldered candidate stands at a height of 6'2", so it's certain to be impressive. I'm not saying that Mitt Romney's penis measures up to Barack Obama's but I'd wager to guess he's somewhere in John Kerry territory. So why is C-SPAN ignoring this issue? This refusal to give us well-rounded profiles on each candidate proves that their coverage of the election is in no way fair. It's not like the American people can just go ask Romney. He'll overembellish. You really can't trust a politician. Also, kudos to the prank caller for his New Hampshire accent. Nailed it. (MediaLite)


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Between Hellboy, The Monster Squad, and the Men In Black, I thought our bases were pretty much covered when it comes to protecting us against the things that go bump in the night. How naive of me. Between Hellboy, The Monster Squad, and the Men In Black, I thought our bases were pretty much covered when it comes to protecting us against the things that go bump in the night. How naive of me. I didn't take into account Dylan Dog. In the trailer for Dylan Dog: Dead Of Night, Brandon Routh plays the title character. He's like a more light-hearted Constantine, in charge of investigating and dispatching villianous werewolves, vampires, and assorted ghouls. Routh's Superman Returns co-star Sam Huntington appears by his side once again as Marcus, his zombie cohort. Fans of the original Italian comic may remember Dylan Dog's sidekick being a Groucho Marx impersonator, but those rights couldn't be cleared for the film. Apologies to all Groucho fans who hoping to hear Sam Hunginton imitate him. Maybe you can bring your hacky grandpa to the theater with you instead.


Business Lessons We've Learned From James Bond

Rule 1: Always get legally drunk before doing anything, ever. Because you're skimping on your tuition, let's call this class 101 of the Screen Junkies MBA*. We've seen what Mr. Suave can do with a gun, a car, and a woman, but he's also got the chops of a magnate that we haven't seen since Gordon Gekko or Thomas Crown. Thank CollegeHack for the education you're about to get. Now let's watch the millions roll in...         *Not a real MBA at all.