An extremely trippy time-waster, but turn the volume way down if you’re trying to get away with it at work.
I never thought there’d be any reason to mention that show on this site. Then this happened…
It’s hard to find a nerdy way to honor it without coming across as disrespectful. But I may have found a way.
Just another band jumping on the live 3D concert-movie bandwagon? Not quite. Metallica Through the Never stars creepy Chronicle Kid Dane DeHaan as a member of the band’s road crew, sent out to perform an urgent mission while James, Kirk, Robert and Lars are rocking out onstage.
Trey Parker and Matt Stone are forming their own company, Important Studios, with heavy investment from their agency, William Morris Endeavor, the New York Times reports. One of the first expected projects is a movie version of The Book of Mormon musical, which is great news for those who can’t afford big-budget theater tickets these days.
I admit, I totally figured Paul F. Tompkins would be about as good a singer as Adele is a stand-up comedian. But I actually think I like his version of “Skyfall” better than hers, mainly because it doesn’t have the annoying back-up vocals on the last chorus.
For inspiration, the greatest awesomely terrible party song to hit the UK top ten in the ’80s. Warning: You cannot un-see or un-hear what lies within.
Here’s some holiday cheer to suit every nerdy persuasion.
Here’s Big Boi from OutKast reading How the Grinch Stole Christmas aloud, occasionally reading a bit much into innocently written phrases like “Who hash.”
Yeah, I thought Tim Burton had lost his edge a long time ago too. But maybe ditching Johnny Depp and reteaming with Winona Ryder was what it took to get him on track.