If you tried to describe the violent holiday classic "Home Alone" to someone who had never seen it, they might wonder why it’s considered a must-watch at Christmas time.
Watching the precocious, sadistic Kevin McAllister (played by Macaulay Culkin) find new and unique ways to commit assault and battery against two hapless burglars doesn’t sound like something that would teach an impressionable child about why the holidays are important.
We've all received our fair share of dull engagement announcement photos from friends. (Wow, a photobooth! So original!) Well, one creative couple decided to spice up their engagement photos with some uninvited members of the walking dead.
The highlight of last night's VMAS, MTV's annual reminder that they're still tangentially related to the music industry, was easily the multiple shots of stars reacting to Miley Cyrus' super awkward performance. Oh, also 'N Sync reunited or something and provided an answer to "what does Chris Kirkpatrick look like these days"?
Ah, Disney – an essential component of childhood. However, beneath the saccharine surfaces of these fluffy romances lies some truly disturbing content. Check out our "honest" takes on what Disney movies were really showing us in our youth.
Roger Ebert passed away this week. He was an amazing man who not only provided people with his opinions on movies, he planted the notion that movies could be more than just observed in the minds of countless people. And he was entertaining. (Proof: This review of 'Deuce Bigelow: European Gigolo.') He also led a fascinating life, so we put together some trivia to give you an idea of the greatness that was Roger Ebert.
Sunday, January 13th, marked the 12th annual "No Pants Subway Ride," aka the day when people drop trou on the subway because...because no pants, that's why. Improv Everywhere, the pranksters behind this long-running event, organized a gathering of 4,000 participants in Brooklyn that quickly spread into Manhattan transit. In addition to major metropolitan areas like Boston and San Francisco, similar pants-less events took place all around the world in places like Mexico City and China.
We've previously shared with you videos of poor kids making adorably sour faces while tasting the deceptively delicious candy Warheads. These kids are expecting something sweet, and what they get is punch of sour right in the face.
William Shakespeare's works may have been around the world for hundreds of years. Leo Tolstoy's 'War and Peace' may have been studied and scrutinized by the greatest literary scholars of our time. Stephen King might take up more real estate in bookstores than the works of Ernest Hemingway and Mark Twain. J.R.R. Tolkien's books, however, have a fervent following that could make Stephenie Meyer jealous.
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