Mark Duplass and first-time director Patrick Brice co-wrote and co-star in Creep, a psychological thriller about a videographer who’s hired to document a dying man’s life for his yet-to-be-born child. Or so he thinks, until the man’s behavior starts to get ever-more erratic and terrifying.
Apropos of nothing, here's a TLC classic. If this song were a person, this year it would be able to have its first legal drink.
Joseph Bernard Campbell, a 24-year-old prick, managed to break into the e-mail accounts of 19 different girls and steal nude pictures of them. He would then post the nude pics as the girls' Facebook profile picture for everyone to see.
Creep: that purple, fibrous, living mat that extends from zerg "buildings" in the computer game StarCraft. Its ominous presence indicates you're entering unsafe territory...unless you're playing as zerg, in which case it says "Welcome home!" But what exactly is it?
George Bronk, a 23-year-old guy, scoured Facebook profiles to hack e-mail accounts of dozens of women. He would then send any nude pictures he found to the women's entire address book because he thought "it was funny".