More beasts, more blood, more of The Witcher?! Of course if you're a fan of the game many called "Game of the Year of 2015" (sorry Fallout 4) you are more than...read more on Gametyrant
For legal purposes, I must state that if you couldn't tell by the picture, that is not, in fact, Neil deGrasse Tyson. This video by Above Average is a parody, but it's a damn good one that the internet deserves! How long will we let Tyson inject himself in to ruin the things that we love?! Will we sit by idly and let science overtake our fiction?! Like a horse, I say neigh.
Real talk though, this video is pretty great. Check it out below.
You would think any self respecting X-Men movie would do well to stay as far away from X-Men: The Last Stand as possible. However, recycling scenes happens all the time, and it looks like a scene from that horrid film was reused for Deadpool! Viewer Erik Germ notes that the jets are different but the shot itself is exactly the same. Let's just be thankful that was the ONLY thing Deadpool borrowed from the film.
Every so often I get a wild hair up my butt and watch a couple episodes of The Munsters on Netflix. When I do, I'm always wishing for a remaster of this show in color! For this reason, I follow Pop-Colorture as he's uploaded a couple colorized segments of the show that are simply awesome. Can someone go ahead and hire this guy to do the entire series?! Watch the family sing a song below!
While I am certainly a fan of his raunchier stuff, I always appreciate seeing Jim Carrey work his comedy in a for-kids environment. How The Grinch Stole Christmas has, despite the love for the original animation, become a classic Christmas film, and he was the best part of A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Other than that, we really don't have a lot of for-all-ages comedy from Carrey. Seeing this classic "sad feet" clip of the actor from 1993, I think we need more! Watch Carrey traumatize Elmo and Telly below.
If he isn't already, Rod Serling should be known as one of the founders of modern science-fiction. His bizarre and imaginative storytelling on The Twilight Zone stunned audiences at the time and still hold up today.
Even out of character, Serling gives off an air of mystery. Maybe it's his voice? Blank on Blank has reanimated an interview with him from the 1960s, and it's pretty interesting! He describes the show to British audiences who had never seen it, and talks about the dangers of renting a taxi in Japan. Watch the whole thing below.
Every time I watch a kung fu movie, I always find myself asking the same question:
"That's cool, but can they really kick ass in real life?"
While with some actors I remain unconvinced, I will never doubt Bruce Lee. The movement and speed this guy has is enough to snap your neck without the camera witnessing it! The footage below is taken from his documentary I Am Bruce Lee, and features Bruce demo-ing kung fu defense on a spectator. Even in a suit this guy has superhuman speed! Truly remarkable.