Humor

"Machete Kills...In Space" Is Happening

News | April 7, 2015, 10:15 am

"Machete Kills...In Space" Is Happening

Even though Machete Kills was a box office flop and a critical bust, Danny Trejo and Robert Rodriguez are teaming up again to make the movie that was intimated at the end of Machete Kills. Machete Kills...In Space is exactly what it sounds like: Machete will be killing people only this time he'll... Read More

The Muppets Play The "Game Of Thrones"

News | April 6, 2015, 12:42 pm

The Muppets Play The "Game Of Thrones"

Game of Thrones is one of the greatest cultural phenomenon of the last couple of decades. The story of four families fighting for a spiked iron chair that looks really uncomfortable is complex, intriguing, and action packed. Add to that a healthy dose of boobage and you have a recipe for awesomeness.... Read More

Awesomely Horrible Netflix Instant Films: "Wolfcop"

News | April 3, 2015, 2:23 pm

Awesomely Horrible Netflix Instant Films: "Wolfcop"

The cop genre is pretty picked over. Police films have been popular since the early days of cinema and reached their apex in the gritty cinema verite films of the 70's like The French Connection and Serpico. Add to that all of the great crime procedurals that have been on television and you've got... Read More

Artoo In Love

News | April 2, 2015, 10:39 am

Artoo In Love

There is a school of thought that says that R2-D2 is the true hero of the Star Wars saga. It's easy to see why. Not only is he one of the only characters that's in all six movies, but he continually is saving the day. Artoo is the one you can always depend on. He's loyal, brave, and resourceful.... Read More

Hannibal Buress Shows How You Deal With A Heckler

News | April 1, 2015, 2:01 pm

Hannibal Buress Shows How You Deal With A Heckler

Wilmington, DE is an interesting place. I've actually spent quite a bit of time there. It's a rust belt town that's only now recovering from decades of neglect. The poor and the super rich are separated by just a couple of blocks and the upscale and downtrodden parts of the city are scattered throughout... Read More

Bambi: The Revenge

News | March 30, 2015, 4:04 pm

Bambi: The Revenge

When I was a kid they used to release classic Disney movies in theaters from time to time. One day, when I was four or five, my mother took me to see the classic deer coming-of-age tale Bambi. Everything was going great until a scene that traumatized many a young child: when Bambi's mother got killed.... Read More

Danny Trejo Opens Up A Taco Stand In LA

News | March 27, 2015, 11:53 am

Danny Trejo Opens Up A Taco Stand In LA

One of my favorite actors, Danny Trejo, is taking time out from killing narcos with a machete to open a taco stand in LA. The restaurant will be called Trejo’s Tacos and features the grizzled face of the lovable rogue as its logo. The first location will be housed in an old Taco Bell on South La... Read More

On Video Game Dongs

News | March 27, 2015, 11:49 am

On Video Game Dongs

When I was about ten years old I was introduced to a game called Custer's Revenge at the house of a friend of mine. You know the kind of kid with really bad parents that don't supervise them at all. The game had the notorious reputation of being both lewd, violent, and kinda racist. The game involves... Read More

Awesomely Horrible Netflix Instant Films: "The Golden Child"

News | March 25, 2015, 11:01 am

Awesomely Horrible Netflix Instant Films: "The Golden Child"

In the 1980's, Americans begun a fascination with all things Buddhist. With artists like Richard Gere and the Beastie Boys hanging out with the Dalai Lama every weekend, we here in the U.S. became aware of the wonderful traditions and rich history of Tibetan Buddhism. Hollywood, never one to miss... Read More

How Much Would You Pay For A Possessed Doll?

News | March 25, 2015, 10:51 am

How Much Would You Pay For A Possessed Doll?

When I was a kid, growing up in the Afro-Caribbean world of Cubans, I was told that certain statues and dolls had spirits in them. This was reenforced in my young mind by the classic film Trilogy of Terror in which an African doll comes to life and chases a woman around with a giant knife. So, it's... Read More

The Best In Gay Dinosaur Erotica

News | March 23, 2015, 12:44 pm

The Best In Gay Dinosaur Erotica

One doesn't want to think of oneself as being boring in the bedroom. We want to believe that we're open minded and might try stuff within reason. Within reason being the operative term. As far as what turns me on, it's pretty vanilla, I guess. I mean, it's the stuff we cover on the site. I like big... Read More

Horses Are To Blame For Pants

News | March 20, 2015, 10:06 am

Horses Are To Blame For Pants

I read this article the other day on why we human men wear pants. Apparently, it has something to do with riding horses. Before men domesticated the the horse, everyone wore skirts or robes. A man could walk down the streets and let his business hang low and free. Even Jesus wore a skirt. But when... Read More

Do You Want To Smell Like A Whopper?

News | March 19, 2015, 10:27 am

Do You Want To Smell Like A Whopper?

I think Whoppers smell really gross. I can't bring myself to eat them. When you open up a bag of Burger King it's like opening a bag of farts. I know that it's fast food but at least other fast food smells delicious. Not Burger King. They don't give an F. That's why it's kind of shocking to me that... Read More

Awesomely Horrible Netflix Instant Films: "Evil Dead 2"

News | March 18, 2015, 12:58 pm

Awesomely Horrible Netflix Instant Films: "Evil Dead 2"

I say that this movie is awesomely horrible but I truly, deeply, passionately love this movie. Sam Raimi made the first Evil Dead movie on a tiny budget in a very DIY style of filmmaking. He famously did the shots of the monsters chasing around Bruce Campbell by attaching the camera to a board and... Read More

Tremble At The Japanese Scarecrow Village

News | March 17, 2015, 10:03 am

Tremble At The Japanese Scarecrow Village

Is there anything more frightening than a scarecrow? I never thought the straw man in the Wizard of Oz was cute, I thought he was horrifying. Maybe it's because I watched Children of the Corn over at a friend's house when I was seven and it scared the living crap out of me. So, you'll excuse me if... Read More