Cars might be chock full of bizarre conspiracy theories, ranging from “Where do baby cars come from?” to “Does this take place in a dystopian future where humans became cars?” But the newest dark-as-hell mystery involving an innocent children’s franchise has appeared out of thin air, thanks to the first teaser for…
In a movie that’s oh-so-totally ’80s, no moment in The Lost Boys is more ’80s than the boardwalk saxophone performance.
Is this why people watch reality television? To gawk in wonder as other people do the goofiest things for attention, like dancing the quickstep while dressed in Incredibles onesies? I guess so, because I’ve become one of them. Just one clip of Dancing With the Stars’ Disney Night and I’ve become trapped in the…
The last few weeks have seen a flurry of casting news for a new movie based on Andrew Lloyd Webber’s T.S. Eliot-inspired musical about actual cats hanging out. It is both the most 2018 news to appear on the horizon and also the most 1981 news. Personally, I’m still trying to understand it!
Two fans of the Alien franchise took their maternity pictures to a whole other level. We just had to find out more.
Have you ever wondered what Han Solo’s nose was experiencing when he said “What an incredible smell you’ve discovered” or “I thought they smelled bad on the outside”? Well, now you can discover those scents for yourself (along with several other disgusting odors) in the form of these new Star Wars candles.
The very thought of turning Konami’s iconic rhythm game into a movie is already patently absurd. But new plans seem to hint that idea was apparently not deeply silly enough.
Would you like to experience the intoxicating pain of being bonded with a psychotic alien parasite? Well, good news, Marshall Mathers himself is here to help with a truly, truly bizarre new track for Sony’s Venom movie.
Have you ever been frustrated that none of the movies you go see are nominated for Academy Awards? Well, hypothetically, that’s about to change.
When the cosmic eddies of our facile existence gives us a year like 2018, the only appropriate answer is to make vodka inspired by Guinan’s bar on the Enterprise, apparently. Obviously.
In times both ancient and modern, people have created statues and icons of religious figures, and genuflected before them to worship the divinities that they represent. Now that the iconic and bare-chested Sexy Jeff Goldblum has been immortalized with a giant statue in London, why not worship it?
Twitter was abuzz this morning when news of a “fan remake” of Star Wars: The Last Jedi went viral. Then the man behind The Last Jedi put the cherry on top of the fun.
Are you ready to go ninja, go ninja, go... throw your laptop into the sewer? Nickelodeon has a surprise 30 years in the making: A montage of actual turtles singing the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme song. If you thought it was going to be righteous reptiles jamming with Vanilla Ice, I’ve got some bad news.
Freddy Krueger usually travels through people’s dreams. But when he does try to fly commercial, he’s got a big problem—weapons are not allowed on board.
France is known for many of its cultural items, including exceptional cuisine, wine, and the Louvre. Soon, it may also be known for its arm-length, shovel-headed, carnivorous worms.
With its utter refusal to even approach traditional Batman canon, Gotham has always been entertainingly bizarre. But season four was a cavalcade of craziness that would even give the Joker pause—or Jokers, rather. If you don’t watch this delightfully bonkers show, here’s all the madness you missed.
Prostitution, drug use, murder, and more, all from the DNA of Sesame Street and The Muppets. Ladies and gentleman, hold on to your childhoods, this is The Happytime Murders.
It’s Take Your Kids to Work Day, and even the US government has time to “edutaine” some tots. The Department of Defense brought Captain America to the podium for a press conference, where he came face-to-face with an intrepid group of young reporters. Time to theorize about what Steve Rogers is helping the government…
Audiences don’t go see a movie like Rampage for things like “logic.” They go to see big monsters destroy things, and Rampage certainly delivers on that promise. However, speaking about logic, or lack thereof, in a movie like Rampage can often times be just as fun as the mindless spectacle. So let’s have some fun.
A sleepwear company has announced that the red version of its popular lingerie line has been given the name “Offred.” Because when I think of a romantic evening at home, I picture government-sanctioned sexual slavery.