Jan 132015
Matthew McConaughey’s ‘Dazed And Confused’ Audition

One of Matthew McConaughey’s most famous movies is Dazed and Confused. There are many lines from that film that are still a part of the culture today, most notable “That’s the thing I like about high school girls, I keep getting older, and they stay the same age.”

The movie buffs of The Criterion Collection just published this classic video of Matthew auditioning for the iconic 90′s movie which has instantly gone viral with over one million hits!


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Dec 152014
Teens Play The Original Mega Man On Nintendo And They’re Awful

Kids these days don’t know how good they have it. Today’s video games are made to please, and don’t really test your skills like the older games. Back in the 80′s video games were hard. The original Mega Man for the Nintendo is well known as one of the hardest classic games out there. 

So how will teens who have never played Mega Man before fare when they try the game out for their first time? As is evident in this new video by The Fine Brothers, not well at all. 


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Nov 042013
Derpy Star Wars Trailer

Last week, a new blooper reel from the classic Star Wars movie was leaked, and quickly went viral. The video now stands with over 4 million views!

Cinema-obsessed Slacktory was inspired to recreate the trailer for the famous science fiction film using some of the bloopers.

Now, their ‘derp’ edition of the trailer has gone viral over the weekend, and has already surpassed over 190,000 views!


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Oct 282013
Batman In Classic Horror Movie Scenes

Pistol Shrimps has finally returned with a new episode in their popular Batman in classic movies series where they seamlessly implant the Dark Knight into popular Hollywood films. 

In honor of Halloween, they injected Batman into classic horror flicks, such as into The RingThe Exorcist, and more. 


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Jul 082013

The 1950′s was a terribly serious time. The second World War had just ended, and just like that, America found itself in a deadly conflict in Korea. The Cold War between the USSR was quickly escalating. Fear of nuclear annihilation had become a real threat.

But there was a bright side to the 50′s as well. One of the most upbeat historical events was in 1955 when Disneyland first opened its doors. The new Disney History channel just published this vintage compilation of classic video footage from the first days of the world famous park that is taking viewers back to a simpler time.


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