Sometimes, I'm ok with remakes. Presenting, "Pingu's - The Thing"
"Skinemax" is Koyaanisqatsi for a generation raised on late night television and B-movie VHS tapes. It's long form entertainment for short attention spans. An hour long VJ odyssey, it will move your body and warp your mind.
A full list of basically every personality test known, Tripartite Personality Test, Phototyping, Jung Tests and such.
Good for anyone who wants to find out more about themselves through a test, or when extremely bored see what this test says about you, then yell at it that it is wrong and turn off your computer.
Surfer bro on the news describes what it's like to get pitted.
By: Bubba | Sep 17th, 2011 (2:32 AM) | Thanks: Roses are Red
Louis CK shares his thoughts on being told to "suck a bag of dicks".
A bizarre game of cat and mouse in which the cyclists at times stop completely on the track, and at others can reach >40mph.
By: Bubba | Jul 30th, 2011 (9:56 PM) | Thanks: pongobongo
A Flickr group dedicated to pictures of people in arcades from 1979-1989.
By: SpunOne | May 1st, 2011 (1:17 PM)
Harry (aka Harry The Piano) plays the Harry Potter Theme in (almost) every style known to man.
By: Bubba | Apr 18th, 2011 (10:28 AM)
One of the best game shows that was ever on TV. This lady goes up against three comics, including a young Garry Shandling and Gallagher.
By: Bubba | Apr 17th, 2011 (2:57 AM)
In 1957, Jim Henson was approached by a Washington, D.C. coffee company to produce commercials for Wilkins Coffee. The local stations only had ten seconds for station identification, so the Muppet commercials had to be lightning-fast -- essentially, eight seconds for the commercial pitch and a two-second shot of the product.
By: Bubba | Apr 8th, 2011 (8:01 PM) | Thanks: xenothrope
A short survey of the progression of opening credits from movies and TV shows over the years, made by Ian Albinson, Editor-in-Chief of Art of the Title, a website dedicated to great title design.
Some sweet rides in here that you may or may not remember from movies and TV shows of the past. A few weird and goofy ones, too. Scroll through all the comments for even more.
Back in June, we learned that Warner Bros. Animation had begun production on a new version of “ThunderCats.”
Now we have a few clandestine shots from the London Toy Fair to consider...
By: Bubba | Feb 1st, 2011 (2:00 PM)
For everyone who's thought, "I want to find a bunch of Roombas and make them do something cool."
By: Bubba | Jan 10th, 2011 (9:54 PM)
Mark Twain wrote that "the difference between the almost right word and the right word is really a large matter." A new edition of "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" and "Tom Sawyer" will try to find out if that holds true by replacing the N-word with "slave" in an effort not to offend readers.
(Note: Keep this discussion in line or we'll lock it down. This is an important topic, but some of you will be tempted to derail it. Please do not.)
By: Bubba | Jan 6th, 2011 (11:19 AM)
This clip comes from a YouTube user that bought the footage as a VHS tape off of Ebay ten years ago and to date it has never aired (for obvious reasons).
Language may be NSFW.
By: Bubba | Dec 25th, 2010 (7:29 PM) | Thanks: DREW ALMIGHTY
Just how fast is an F1 car? Here's a 'real world' comparison.
Pee-wee's Playhouse might have been gone for two decades, but it is forever in our hearts. To honor Pee-wee's comeback and one of the greatest pivotal moments in the history of mankind, here is every single Secret Word of the Day that has ever been shouted on Pee-wee's Playhouse!
I know this is a few years old (circa 2003 maybe?), but it's still pretty cool. This guy does an a cappella cover of Teenage Dream by Katy Perry and Just The Way You Are by Bruno Mars. And by "a cappella," I mean "every single instrument music role with his voice."
Because you all need to rock the eff out to some mofrackin' Maiden, bishes!
Why is it that M. Night Shyamalan gets to make whatever piece of crap he wants, but when something awesome like this is imagined, it never comes to light?
This oil bath is going to feel SO good...
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By: Bubba | Jun 24th, 2010 (4:11 PM)
There is a compulsion, a yearning, a force that causes people to drive to this remote village, up the rocky coastline and through the hilly streets in weather that is almost always damp. They park near the olde shoppes and the gingerbread Victorians, walk to the cream house with purple trim, and then, as if fulfilling a destiny that has shaped every moment of their lives, they raise their shirts, they shake their belly fat, and they do the Truffle Shuffle.
Great cast reunion video here.
Ice Cube and The Roots perform "Straight Outta Compton" before "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon".
By: Bubba | Jun 14th, 2010 (10:31 AM) | Thanks: big bro 79
Dig the audience! What is this? Who are they? Why are they there? It’s incidental that the Bay City Rollers happen to be onstage with a tartan-wearing Ann Margaret, but the audience! I love the range of reaction, from uninhibited dancing to the one lady knitting.
Introducing the all new, all-in-one Commodore 64bit Phoenix, bringing Commodore back from the dead again with a new PC. The system will have an Atom CPU and Nvidia ION chipset, and a built-in secondary display.
Mark Twain, the author of "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer," "The Prince and the Pauper" and the iconic 'The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" left 5,000 pages of his memoirs at the University of California at Berkeley under orders that they not see the light of day for a century.
What if Star Wars was a 1950s 3-D movie?
Lots more premakes here.
This Mother's Day, take a picture so that your mom will have her special little precious babies' faces captured in time forever. Oh, and wear a tie.