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Catsterpiece Classics Presents 'Downton Tabby'

From the makers of 'Upstairs Downstairs... With a Sh*tload of Cats'. Downton Abbey with cats. It's got sex, drama, and most importantly, a cat wearing a pretty little dress. And this cat is waaaaaaay cuter than Lady Edith. Not only is this adorable, but it perfectly sends up the events of the show. However, I do feel a bit ripped off that we didn't get to see a cat wearing a tuxedo or an O'Brien kitty wig. I'm hoping the Christmas special fulfills these needs and reinvigorates my faith in the show.


Rihanna Pranks Jimmy Kimmel

That's a pretty good April Fool's prank. Jimmy Kimmel has been known to pull a few pranks in his day. The Sochi wolf, the upside-down twerking girl who caught on fire, and, of course, all those parents mind-f*cking their kids on Halloween and Christmas. It's about time he took some of his own medicine this April Fool's Day. With some help from some staffers, and possibly Kimmel's wife Molly McNearney, Rihanna busted into Kimmel's bedroom at 1 AM while he was sleeping, and with a sound system, lights, confetti, and stripper singles, performed her new song "Bitch Better Have My Money." Kimmel went from being completely bewildered to accepting his fate. He also reminded me that I should buy a robe, in case Rihanna ever comes over in the middle of the night while I'm sleeping, and I need to say hi to her afterwards. (THR)


'Human Centipede 2' Trailer: Gross! It's In Black & White!

At least it's not 3D. Get ready for the most in-depth look at the creepy sh*t that's going on in the trailer Tom Six's The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence). This time around the maniac behind the macabre surgery is a deranged guy obsessed with the original film who decides to make his own centipede...out of humans. Sick, right? There are a few differences this time around. For instance, the antagonist isn't a surgeon. He's just a super-fan who resorts to using plastic tubing, rusty tools, and a staple gun. Also, there are a lot more mouths to feed now. But perhaps the biggest change is the decision to film in black and white. It creates a much more intimate feel to intensify the general feeling of claustrophobia. Seems like they're saving 3D for the next sequel.


'Human Centipede 2' Teaser: Meet The New Creep

Is that the kid from 'The Sandlot'? Here's our first official, non-Australian look at The Human Centipede 2 from director Tom Six. Looks like we've got a new creep running around with a penchant for sewing and bum-bums. You might be asking yourself,  "How can two psychopaths have the same vision of a multi-legged butt monster?" Well, the answer is here. The new psycho, Dr. Butt-Monster, is actually an everyday crazy guy who saw the first film and decided to try it out in real life. Makes sense to me. Also, kudos on casting another eery-looking actor who will ruin my sleep patterns. I'm pretty sure that's the kid from The Sandlot. Child actors, man. They can't be trusted.


Dave Grohl And Foo Fighters Give Us A 5-Minute Teaser For 'Sonic Highways' On HBO

All signs point to "awesome." If you're going to make a series about the life of a rock n' roll band these days, Foo Fighters are a pretty good candidate for a subject. The band is arguably the most popular pure rock band in the world, and lead singer Dave Grohl has both a storied past and a very good on-screen presence. With those weapons in their arsenal HBO and Grohl bring us a longgggggg trailer for Sonic Highways, the documentary of the Foo Fighters recording eight songs in eight cities for an album of the same name. Each episode brings us a new city and a new song. Pretty good idea for a documentary series. In the band's travels, they converse with local talent such as Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Chuck D, LL Cool J, Mike D, Bonnie Raitt, Slash, Gary Clark Jr. and Joan Jett. The trailer looks like the network and Grohl got it right. Take a look.


'Human Centipede 2' Trailer Sucks Crap (In The Sense That It Looks Horrible)

This movie is so gross, they can't even show it to you. Though they still aren't showing us any footage of Tom Six's new butt-to-mouth monster, a new teaser for The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) has been stitched together. The teaser focuses on viewers recoiling in horror while watching a private screening of the sequel. That footage is juxtaposed with the early reviews condemning the grotesque film imagery, as well as using the fact that it is banned in Britain as a selling point. In all fairness, these viewers don't seem genuinely scared or upset and could be watching a flicker for all we know. Or The Zookeeper. But, for their sake, I'm hoping it's the flicker.