Just because Ridley Scott spent a billion dollars making his Alien prequel, doesn’t mean he got it right. How Prometheus should have ended.
Kungen & Hertigen’s “Night Videos” animation is an out of this world reminder of MTV’s commitment to animation from yesteryear. 100% Snooki free, too!
Andrew Stanton is recovering from helming one of the biggest flops in cinema history, and he’ll do so with “Finding Nemo 2,” the sequel to his own 2003 Pixar hit. If he doesn’t hit a home run, after striking out miserably last time out, he’ll be sent packing back to the Mickey-Mouse leagues.
Check out the tasty goodness that cyber space was dishing out this week. Open wide…
The Super Friends move into a ranch house in Miami, China gives us the boob clamp, and 1960’s Robin gets his ass handed to him by Bane. The Internet was another gold mine of comedy this week.
The super villains have been defeated and justice has been restored. So what do the Super Friends do now in their golden years? Move to Miami to live together in a ranch style home of course!
The work of Tim Burton gets an animated tribute that celebrates the unique director’s movies of the last two decades, from Pee Wee’s Big Adventure through Alice in Wonderland.
The Internet knows that you don’t have time to sit down and take in all of its glory – real life does occasionally get in the way. Viral insanity in increments of 15 seconds or less though is an easier pill to swallow.
The first level of Super Mario Bros. gets a modern pixelated reboot with some extra gore for added effect. I gotta say, the blood and guts add a whole new degree of satisfaction to smashing goombas.
Forget finishing moves or having to take on Goro. In the death tournament that is Mortal Kombat, one bad step can put you out of the tourney for good and ruin your entire day. Raiden finds this out the hard way.
E3 continues its steamroll of game trailers with the debut trailer for South Park: The Stick of Truth. Help Stan, Cartman, Kyle and Kenny in their quest to do something that is probably going to offend nearly every special interest group out there.
We’ve sifted through the rubble of this week’s comedy videos to pick out only the purest comedy nuggets for your enjoyment. Samuel L. Jackson tries on the Vader helmet, bacon is the new wonder drug, and idiots test the limits of stupidity.
Not satisfied with the explosion overload of Joss Whedon’s The Avengers? Let’s take a more realistic look at how Iron Man, The Hulk, Captain America, Thor, and those other two that nobody really cares about would have celebrated their victory of good over evil.
You could get your facts about Barack Obama’s rumored drug use from a reputable news source, but it’s so much more fun to get the facts from a cartoon.
No you are not on drugs. The album covers in this gallery really are moving right before your eyes. Mr. Dormouse of the tumblr “Animated Albums” has taken it upon himself to turn some his favorite albums into GIFs – and the Internet thanks him for it. So throw on your favorite new playlist and take in this animated musical awesomeness.