CHRISTOPH shoots all the SLAVE TRADERS and FOUR GALLONS OF BLOOD spurt onto the screen, followed by SIX MORE GALLONS of BLOOD.
Sometimes important stuff is cut from films, and sometimes that stuff includes character moments and backstories that kind of change the whole way you look at the film.
Since the 1980s, Robosaurus has defended your constitutional right to watch robot facsimiles of extinct animals eat sedans.
As much as I think 2012 was a great year for movies, it's also another in a long line of years where some of my favorite types of movies were absent.
Sometimes, real life does in fact resemble a Michael Bay movie, only minus the giant robots (usually).
Actors are crazy, yes, but these actors adopted a special kind of "woo-hoo" and turned it into genius.
Here are six locations with more robust IMDb pages (and better managers, apparently) than 80 percent of Hollywood.
While most Christmas things are presents for the kids, cartoon Christmas episodes are presents for the parents: They're the only sure way to get the kids to just sit down for a bit, sweetie, Mommy and Daddy are very tired. Which may be why parents in the 1980s didn't notice that their kids were watching solid crazy.
Without further ado, let's see the genital-shriveling ways your favorite characters celebrate the holidays.
Despite originally airing in the early '80s and having a shamelessly implausible cartoon premise, this cartoon managed to correctly predict more trends in the modern world than most serious speculative fiction novels.
We suspect that the real reason we aren't privy to movie character plans out front is because, most of the time, they'd sound pretty stupid if you said them out loud.