You Know You Want To Listen To This Heavy Metal Cover Of 'Let It Go'

"The cold never bothered me anyway," is a pretty metal lyric. Now that I think about it, "The cold never bothered me anyway," is a pretty metal lyric and Adele Dazeem would be an awesome band name.

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In case you can't wait three more days... I'm really curious about Jurassic World. The first trailers had me amped. Then after seeing a few clips, I was left kinda cold. Next, was the pretty dumb global trailer where the hybrid dinosaur, the Indominus Rex, barked commands at other dinosaurs causing island-wide chaos and carnage. However, then reviews started coming in that were all really positive. Did NBC/Universal buy these reviews, or are we looking at a great film with terrible marketing? I don't know. But now there's this final trailer that reportedly is pretty spoiler-heavy. So, if you want to watch a super-dinosaur eat army guys with fresh eyes, watch at your own risk. I'm still curious enough to give this one a shot in the theater.


Further Proof That 'The Walking Dead' Pretty Much IS 'Toy Story'

How did we not see this sooner?! There's been a longstanding theory that The Walking Dead's Governor is essentially Toy Story 3's villainous Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear and AMC's zombie series has borrowed more than a few plot points from the Pixar film series. Today comes even more similarities! It's been awhile since I've watched the original Toy Story film, but thanks to the Internet, you can see that The Walking Dead BLATANTLY stole its opening titles from the beloved children's film. Wow. Despicable. Somebody's gonna get sued. How did we not see this sooner?!


Christopher Lee Releases Yet Another Christmas-Themed Metal Album

Best voice in geriatric death metal. Hands down. It's that time of year again. Time to get your face melted off with Satanic merriment from the 92-year old star of Lord of the Rings and Star Wars films. Christopher Lee, who hands down has the best voice in the geriatric death metal set, is back with his third rocking tribute to Hell and the holidays. “Darkest Carols, Faithful Sing” is available on iTunes and wherever drudgy metal holiday anthems from Dracula are sold.


Jeff Goldblum Sings Made-Up Lyrics To The 'Jurassic Park' Theme On 'Late Night With Seth Meyers'

Can we get this during the credits of the next installment? Jeff Goldblum, a noted actor, and increasingly-noted jazz singer, took to Late Night with Seth Meyers last night, and offered up the audience a special treat. The Jurassic Park actor discovered that the Internet had written lyrics for the film's theme song, and he sang them with gusto. Why was he on Seth Meyers? Dunno. Why was he singing made-up Jurassic Park lyrics? Because he's Jeff Goldblum, and the older he gets, the less wrong he can do. It's all very charming and fun, and it makes me wish he was around to sing fake lyrics to songs more often. The Big Chill? Igby Goes Down? Where are their themes? So watch him give it up for that movie with the dinosaurs and Newman. (Vulture)


Colin Farrell Is A Stone Cold Killer In 'Dead Man Down' Trailer

Even stone cold killers need help with boogers from time to time. Every time he thinks he's out, they pull him back in. Colin Farrell once again puts on his top-assassin-gone-straight pants to play the conflicted killer in Dead Man Down. He thinks he's met a great girl in Noomi Rapace only to learn that she's looking to recruit him to kill her enemies. Chicks, man. The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo's Niels Arden Oplev returns to direct Rapace once again in this twisty revenge thriller. Also starring Terrence Howard and Adele's version of "Shine On You Crazy Diamond."


'Game Of Thrones' Bad Lip Reading Is The Only Thing Good In This Cold, Dark World

Jazz hands makes everything better. This lipdub from Bad Lip Reading takes Game of Thrones footage and creates a fake trailer for Medieval Land Fun-Time World, a zany Caddyshack-esque comedy in which “theme park manager Eddie Stark has one week to whip his lackluster group of employees into shape before the park’s grand opening.” Whatever you do, don't call it a Renaissance Faire and don't eat the burgers.  


'Toy Story: Hawaiian Vacation' Trailer Is a Little Ken-Heavy For My Tastes

If I was running Pixar, I would be reluctant to say goodbye to the Toy Story cash cow, too. If I was running Pixar, I would be reluctant to say goodbye to the Toy Story cash cow, too. Since it's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday, the animation behemoth has decided to run a Toy Story short before this summer's Cars 2. It makes sense that they would use the beloved toys to buoy the interest in the inferior Cars franchise, but it's hard not to view this death rattle as a bit of a down note on which the series will end. Much like Michael Jordan's myriad comebacks. As for the trailer itself, it makes Toy Story: Hawaiian Vacation appear pretty derivative by Pixar's high standards. When did the writers use Brady Bunch plots as inspiration? The trailer focuses on Barbie and Ken, the two Shrek-iest chracters in the Toy Story universe. That Ken! Such a diva with his luggage and ambiguous sexuality! (Vulture)


Listen To This 'Hobbit' Rap, Or Else

They're like white Bushwick Bills. We all assumed that Hobbits would be excellent rappers, but now our friends at The Warp Zone have offered up some definitive proof. It's our great pleasure to offer up, the "Misty Mountain Rap," which looks like it may have been filmed in Griffith Park, but I'm sure was actually filmed on location in Middle Earth. It's ok. Getting filming permits in Middle Earth is supposed to be like, this huge quest. Someone should make a story about it.