The website FilmDrunk.com asked a bunch of industry pros to name a movie that freaked them out when they were kids. The list includes obvious movies like "Alien" and "Psycho", but also scenes from "Pee Wee's Big Adventure", "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" and even "Superman 3".
You're not from just any starship -- you're from the Enterprise-D, class Galaxy, baby. Back when people still got stuck in turbolifts and even a kid could solve a major engineering crisis. Are you a true Enterprise-D kid like Wil Wheaton, aka Wesley Crusher from 'Star Trek: The Next Generation'? Here's how you know.
Hey, why not watch classic movies overdubbed with the voices from Spongebob Squarepants'? Seriously, what have you got to lose, other than your bad attitude, Mr. 'I-don't-want-to-hear-Spongebob-do-'Singin'-in-the-Rain'?
That's right. THE Bobcat Goldthwait, who you remember as the weird comedian from the "Police Academy" movies in the 80's, has made a movie about Bigfoot. What's even more interesting is that it looks pretty good!
In honor of the release of the newest Pixar movie, 'Monsters University,' we wanted to put together a list of all our favorite Pixar GIFs. And since it seems that every Pixar film is a hit, we included a GIF for each movie.
Country singer Slim Whitman passed away yesterday from heart failure. His most recognizable song was the 1952 hit "Indian Love Call", which features some pretty incredible yodeling. It was also the song they played in "Mars Attacks!" to kill the aliens.
Surely you remember Squints and Ham, from 'The Sandlot'? In a nostalgia bomb sure to blow the minds of people everywhere who don't want to admit it's not 1993 anymore, the two actors from everyone's favorite kid's movie about baseball from the early '90s met up...AT A BALL GAME!
If you know anyone who has ever been in a band, you know how awful an independently done music video can be. Hell, if you've seen R. Kelly's 'Trapped In The Closet,' you know how epically terrible professional music videos can be.
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