The second season of AMC’s The Walking Dead will be back from break with all new episodes beginning Sunday Feb 12th. Here is an equally awesome treat for you that proves once again that indie filmmakers kick ass. The Walken Dead. What is the Walken Dead? Its zombies with a side order of cowbell.
This short is well produced with fantastic FX and has great usage of ‘Walken’ lines.
I weep for loss of the long-cherished liberties of our republic. It’s like you can’t avoid getting harassed by the police whenever you go driving a lawn mower down the road towing a train of ten shopping carts, each of which is filled with beer, held together by a hundred-foot extension cord. While drinking a beer.
What is this country coming to?
Before there was Jackass…Before there was Tom Green… There was Ralph Zavadil.
His cable access television show, The Cap’n Video Show, ran from 1990 to 1995, spawning a small but loyal cult following. Each week Ralph performed a series of idiotic and occasionally dangerous stunts, challenging the sensibilities of his small Southern Ontario audience. With the advent of the internet and reality television still years away, his unique brand of gross-out stunt comedy was truly ahead of its time. All it took was a broken neck for him to get noticed.
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Thanks to reader RCAZA4 for sharing this great trailer!
Check out the movie’s site here.
I saw this last night on ESPN’s MNF pregame telecast in the “C’Mon Man” segment of the show and wanted to share it here.
It was simple and brilliant play by the football team of Driscoll Middle School from Corpus Christi, Texas. The quarterback took the ball and casually strolled forward, acting as though the play hadn’t started. But it had, and he passed the opposing team’s defensive line before they realized it.
Utah’s largest pumpkin for the year, weighing in at 1,169 pounds, was dropped on an old Pontiac after being hefted up by a 175-foot crane:
The pumpkin was grown by Matt McConkie from Mountain Green and it is calculated that the descent of the giant pumpkin reached a top speed of 67.1mph for 3.1 seconds before meeting its end.