J.R.R Tolkien and George R.R. Martin Have a Surprisingly Good Epic Rap Battle

Despite the fact that J.R.R Tolkien and George R.R. Martin elevated the Fantasy genre well above its typical mainstream inattention, there are still fans who must debate which is better. I'm not here to argue about any of that (feel free to in the comments), but I do want to share a surprisingly good Epic Rap Battles of History between the two authors! Honestly, it's hard to declare a winner in this one because both rap disses were equally strong and I was laughing through both!

By the way, while their literary works are up for debate, the Lord of The Rings video games are far superior to the Game of Thrones video games.

Cool Interview With Animatronic Monster Creators

In the age of CGI, it's not often guys like these see a ton of work. That's a shame because some of the things Tom Woodruff and Alec Gillis create are a sight to behold. These guys built Alien, some of the animals in Jumanji, and the worms from Tremors! The Great Big Story did an awesome but short interview with the two that makes me wish we had more animatronic effects in modern cinema. Check it out:

Key and Peele Reveal “Real” Cat Actor in KEANU

Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele were on Conan and made a shocking revelation about their film Keanu...I think? I'm pretty sure this is fake, but it's hilarious all the same. The story is that Key is allergic to cats, so they needed a dog for the film, and it all goes downhill from here. I don't know if all of this is fake, some of this is fake, or a dog really played Steve Buscemi in Boardwalk Empire! Someone help me out!

10 Years Later STAR WARS Kid Is a Lawyer Trying to Battle Cyberbullies

In 2003 Ghyslian Raza, a Canadian teenager, went down in Internet history. Once a kid who enjoyed making videos, a group of classmates uploaded a video of Raza imitating a Jedi Knight without him knowing, and the rest was history. Macleans writes that the video reached over 10 million views in a pre-Youtube era, which made it one of the web's first viral videos. It would later go down as one of the first recorded acts of "cyberbullying."

13 years after the incident, Raza spoke to the outlet about how the incident affected his life. He talked about how he lost all friends that he had, was teased unmercifully, and was told to commit suicide...

“No matter how hard I tried to ignore people telling me to commit suicide, I couldn’t help but feel worthless, like my life wasn’t worth living.”

Raza overcame that and is now a lawyer who wants to speak out about the need for support in cyberbullying. For those who may suffer from unwanted Internet success, he has some words for you...

"You’ll survive. You’ll get through it...and you’re not alone. You are surrounded by people who love you."

It's always hard to remember that person on the other side of the Internet is a person. Cheers to Ghyslain Raza for speaking out about his trauma.