Baristas at Starbucks are widely known for being unable to spell names correctly. Why? Who knows. But New York City-based comedian Paul Gale has a funny theory about it. (Spoiler: They're fucking with us.)
The 1,050-foot-tall MoMA Expansion Tower will start rising on West 53rd Street in 2014—holding 145 luxury condos and 36,000 square feet of museum space. Maybe it's mistake, but not for the reasons you imagine.
Quentin Dupieux's completely bat shit insane movie Wrong spends quite a bit of time showing the main character trying to connect telepathically to his missing dog. And now you too can share spiritual mind space with your canine friend as well. Learn how to link up to Lassie in 5 easy steps.
"I only realized I loved my face, after it had been burned with acid." Wait, what? In this trailer, Wrong appears to be a simple movie about a lost dog — but once Rubber director Quentin Dupieux is through, we imagine you'll lie huddled in the corner rocking yourself to sleep with either laughter or sobs. The…
Yes, 2013 has only just started — but we feel pretty confident that no other poster this year is going to be as weird and alarming as this poster for Quentin Dupieux's Wrong, which io9 is bringing to you exclusively. Dupieux, of course, is the guy who brought us the "killer psychic tire" movie Rubber, which people…
Quentin Dupieux's cult hit Rubber had the good manners to open with a direct pronouncement of its philosophy: "No reason," Stephen Spinella's layers-deep meta impresario (Officer Chad) repeated again and again.
Quentin Dupieux's latest film Rubber, (about murderous car tire that kills people with mental powers) looks like Marmaduke after watching the trailer for his next feature Wrong. Clearly Dupieux's only motive is to just mind-fuck the audience into oblivion. Watch the trailer now.
Even though original Watchmen artist Dave Gibbons warned DC against making a sequel and we all know Alan Moore is going to hate it, rumors suggest the DC Comics' new leadership thinks Watchmen 2 is a dandy idea.
A new study shows the top 100 search terms kids used in 2009, and whoo boy are we all in trouble.
Feast your eyes on some new Splice stills, and see what happens when Adrien Brody and Guillermo del Toro play God.
Believe it or not, there's a site dedicated to deceive kids into thinking that Santa Claus exists: Send photo, pay $10 and they insert Santa. Can you guess what Santa is doing here?
Today, after years of secrecy, autopsies, and extraterrestrial bodily fluids and Tijuana tequila cocktails, humanity jumps once again into the deepest pits of indecent horror, pits which we thought we wouldn't revisit again after the talking clown urinal, the sickening Jesuswitch and the twisted Spongebob Squarepants…
This Japanese mechanical urinal in Osaka is an all-laughing, all-singing clown with a huge mouth. Yes, you read that well: it sings and moves up and down as you pee in it. And it has teeth. I know. After seeing it in action, I found it so wrong on so many levels that I had to put the video after the jump for other…
The Musical SpongeBob Digital Thermometer. According to the box, it "plays SpongeBoob SquarePants Theme" while in use, and it is for "oral, underarm and rectal use." According to me, I'm not sticking this in any place.