The future of dating sites is all-encompassing and totally horrifying.
Why talk about a bear rape scene that never happened when you could be watching these nutjob films that are just as horrifying?
If you like the fact that you're able to read this article on your smartphone, congratulations -- you and your damn space debris will kill us all.
Here's what we learned speaking to a Pan-American Games silver medalist and current Olympian about what it's like to move your legs back and forth for a living.
Roosh V is so perfectly hateable, I'm still not entirely convinced that he isn't part of a secret marketing campaign by Big Rape Whistle.
The Puppy Monkey Baby haunts us in our sleep.
Beijing, we're finding out, has the kind of pollution that makes it seem like you're downwind from a freaking volcano eruption.
Movies may not cause people to suddenly become maniacs, but that doesn't mean that Hollywood doesn't have a pants-poopingly bizarre, almost dangerously naive view of how gun violence works.
Finn escaped his life of being a child soldier, only to turn around and start murdering other child soldiers.
What essential lessons can we learn by forcing Mario to die repeatedly in the same ways humans do? Will the code to becoming a Highlander be unlocked?
The news is like an alarm that sounds 24 hours a day, alternately screaming that you're going to die and that you need to ask your doctor about erectile dysfunction pills.
You've probably seen 'scared straight' segments on some daytime talk show like 'Maury' before.
These people literally took their old work and tried to pass it off as new without changing a single thing.
When convenient to the plot, movies just love to take normal everyday actions and make them suddenly the most complicated tasks ever.
Stanley Kubrick was the master of screwing around with your brain.
I wanted a job that utilized my skills learned from a lifetime of watching muscular men in burnt t-shirts save the world. Since I couldn't get a job throwing Hans Gruber off a roof, I decided to join the fire department.
Guys, we've gone and done it: we broke hipsters. Now we need a fresh new stereotype to joke about/lust after (depending on your alignment) for the next few years.
Before 'Batman Forever' came and dropped a nuke-sized deuce on the legacy of the Dark Knight, there was going to be a Catwoman movie that would've made 'Batman Returns' seem sane.