“I’m the Dood. So that’s what you call me. You know, that or, uh, His Doodeness, or uh, Dooder, or El Dooderino if you’re not into the whole brevity thing.”
Most of you have probably watched The Big Lebowski like a gajillion times and remember enough lines to re-create entire scenes by yourself but there still may be some tidbits that you don't know about the cult classic. Like a kooky conspiracy theory that links The Dude with 9/11.
I love Joe Forkan's The Lebowski Cycle, a series of oil paintings that uses frames of The Big Lebowski to reference artwork by classic painters like Caravaggio, Velázquez or David. I would like to have the one above—the last one of the series—made after The Incredulity of Saint Thomas by Caravaggio.
Check out this rapidly growing collection of classic films converted to look like the shiny cyber world of Tron — such as Hard Target and "Tron" Vs. the Volcano. You'll never look at xenomorphs the same.
Pixar Story Artist Josh Cooley has been taking iconic scenes from notably not child-safe movies like The Terminator, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and Silence of the Lambs and rendering them as old-school Golden Book pages.
Sous vide is French for cooking in a vacuum, placing sealed meat or veggies in water held at an exact temperature. Because this precision requires high technology, the method was solely for chefs—until the $450 SousVide Supreme arrived.
This is a kosher vending machine located at the E-Walk Theatre on 42nd Street, in Manhattan, NY. It sells hot tasty nosh, but only 24/6. Why? Because it's Shabbos, that's why.
On Sept. 9, Universal will release an amazing 10th Anniversary Limited Edition of The Big Lebowski that's packed inside of a mini-bowling ball. A goddamn bowling ball. And it'll have all-new bonus features, which I hope/suspect is filled with John Goodman screaming various permutations of "fuck" a lot. For only $24.…