Fred Scott professes that Trent Reznor is one of his musical heroes but that doesn’t keep him from playfully but perfectly calling out the Nine Inch Nails frontman on his rather reliable songwriting process. (Thanks G. Pelabras!)
Martin Vargic and Jay Jason Simons are working on a funny but informative illustration that depicts the major players and websites on the Web as countries and continents. The poster also includes stats and other trivia.
(NSFW: Language/Gore) If you haven’t seen the original Robocop in a while, dust off that old BetaMax, VHS or DVD and drop what you’re doing. We just rewatched it, and it’s one of the most awesomely cheesy films of all time.
Brawns over brains. This dude went up to gas up his car but parked it with its fuel door on the far side of the pump, and the hose barely reached. But it’s not a big problem for him, because in Soviet Russia driver gives car a lift.
“Well, what are we gonna do?” “We hypothesize!” Young inventor Milo Weatherby is making a reverse microwave. But as with his other gizmos, his idea goes awry. Because what he actually made is a time machine.
Jonah Hill’s opening monologue had him feigning insecurity when folks started asking about Leo instead of focusing on him. He started dissing his colleague when the man himself walked in. But all’s well that ends weird.
If this promo for The LEGO Movie is any indication of what we can expect, we’ll be happy to go see it when it hits theaters this February 7. Heck, it’s got Will Arnett as Batman and Morgan Freeman reading the phonebook for goodness sake.