How to make YouTube into a comic book.
Sign me up for Mature Fitness asap, please.
Plus 13 “black” movies that anyone can enjoy, 6 apps that’ll help you win Black Friday, and an actual PORTAL TO HELL in Russia.
And you guys had zero acting experience before? Amazing.
Blockbuster’s parent company announced today that it will close its 300 remaining U.S. stores by early January. Which means that the days of *actually going to the video store* are almost over.
Could you imagine Viggo Mortensen as Jake Ryan?I
“Changing Coke is like God making the grass purple.”
Masks are making a comeback in horror films like You’re Next and The Purge, and with good reason — they’re terrifying. Here are 25 that have kept you up at night.
Reddit users, born between 1980-1999, were asked what they thought would be the most common questions, from young people, when they are the last living members left of the 20th century. The results are hilarious and also a bit upsetting.
Saying goodbye to the movie rental store.
Whether you rented, watched them at your friend’s house, or owned, these are the videos you’ve seen so many times, that you can recite them line by line.
The movie that you don’t mind rewinding. Over and over again.
Now you know where Indy got all the energy needed to defeat the Nazis. From the European VHS of “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” Sorry about the quality.
I googled this. I can confirm it’s a floppy disk. View Image ›
Last Unicorn? Check. Indiana Jones? Check. Tron? Check. Also available for loads of other gadgets. View Image ›
This picture sums up the ’90s pretty nicely. View Image ›
Who said VCRs were irrelevant? Don’t throw yours away, use it to make some delicious and retro breakfast! View Image ›
Learn how to pick up chicks with magic tricks, by Flirting With Magic. For when just saying “Hi” won’t cut it, this magician will teach you how to be that creepy guy at the party, doing bad magic tricks for everyone’s girlfriends. Watch Video ›
A blog dedicated to the worst (best?) moments from VHS dollar bins. A new favorite thing for sure.
The only remaining VHS supplier has shipped its last batch of tapes, meaning the end of videotapes as we knew them. My copy of Jazzercize with Angela Lansbury is one step closer to becoming a collector’s item. Read More ›