June 1, 2011
I think I broke my Facebook feed, so here is an adorable ferret video to test it.
April 16, 2011
Adult Swim aired a bump tonight that references my first article I wrote for Cracked.com!
“Hold on. We just read that between 2003 and 2008, 108 people died from ‘cattle induced injuries’, but only four people died from ‘shark attacks.’ We’re sorry sharks, we had it all wrong.”
Today’s film is called Hell, and that should probably tell you a lot about it right away. It’s a stop-motion piece by David Firth, creator of the bizarre web series, “Salad Fingers”. It’s a strange claymation trip into utter fucked-upedness. Few words can describe it, so we might as well just get to it. Enjoy. …
On Wednesday we took a look at three of the more popular numbers stations. Since most of them are out on YouTube anyway and there are so many interesting ones, I figured it would be more fun to post more of them instead of doing a YouTube video this week. So, without further adieu, here …
When you need to get a message to someone these days, you’re not hurting for options. Between ten billion social networks, e-mail, instant message, text message, or getting real old-fashioned and just calling them, we’ve got it pretty easy. But how secure are those communications? Ostensibly, they’re secure enough for day-to-day use. Realistically, they’re not …
This week, we’ve got a disturbing mockumentary by Dutch filmmaker Floris Kaayk called “Metalosis Maligna”. The film showcases a rare (that is, non-existent) and truly fucked-up disease with very sinister overtones related to humankind and our effect on the world around us. Enjoy. This is why I don’t go into Home Depot anymore.
I hate to take two nights off from articles in one month, but the one I was working on kinda stalled and I’m not feeling great, so I’m gonna wimp out. I’ll be back on Friday with the August 2010 edition of End of the Month, End of the World, though. There Are Monsters is …
Alrighty boys and girls, I’m gonna take the night off to work on some other things that I’ve been slacking on. Since I don’t wanna be a dick and just leave you hanging, I’ll post a very nice short horror film that aired on BBC Two in 2004. The Ten Steps, by Irish filmmaker Brendan …