We thought we were cured from homosexuality with Kirk Cameron’s last religious video, so why do we feel all tingly when he and his mustachioed partner unpeel a banana? Watch another enlightening video on faith and repressed sexuality courtesy of the Way of the Master
(via College Humor)
It’s pretty rare that I get excited about a commercial, but this American Express spot directed by and starring Wes Anderson, is more entertaining than 90% of the feature films that will come out this year:
Bob Castrone dropped in on his old friend, the Best Night Ever. Together, they watched American Chopper (starring Billy Joel!), Deal or No Deal, The Apprentice, and 24.
Tom Cruise says he used to hitchhike with truckers who were picking up female prostitutes outside New York’s Holland Tunnel.
Cruise, who was 18 at the time, explained he simply hitchhiked to save a little cash but he never got invovled with the women. And you know what? We believe him.
There was a time when life was simpler. We believed we could make a difference by tieing flannel shirts around our waists. We thought our doc martin combat boots were intimidating to adults. We all wanted to move to seattle for the music but more so for the coffee and we even believed Wynona Ryder was a role model.
Well those days are long gone, but the music is back. Smashing Pumpkins is reuniting for an album. Eddie Vedder’s on tour and Soul Asylum is in the studio recording a comeback. Even Courtney Love may be working on an album with the help of Moby (and hopefully a sponsor).
Now if we could just bring back My So Called Life, Bill Clinton and the 20 pounds missing from Ethan Hawke’s face, it’d be like the good old days.
If you’re anything like me, you would have given just about anything to be one of the lucky people in attendance at a recent screening and reunited cast Q & A of one of the most awesome and hilarious movies ever to emerge from the 80′s – The Monster Squad! Check out the pics and recap here!
It’s Monday, April 24th and there’s a lot on TV tonight. So what are you watching? Vote now!
Go ahead, take a break from your work and enjoy one quickie game of tetris. Techie geeks created this giant game of Tetris on the side of a building in Rhode Island using â€œeleven custom-built circuit boards, a twelve-story data network, a personal computer running Linux, a radio-frequency video game controller, and over 10,000 Christmas lightsâ€. But they still got screwed by the elusive l piece.
(via A Welsch View)