Category Archives: Television

Five Joe Exotic Moments That I Can’t Wait to See Nicolas Cage Re-Enact – by Dustin Brewer

Upon hearing the news that the prolific actor has been tapped to play Joe Exotic in a TV show based on “Tiger King”, Dustin takes a minute to bask in the glory that is sure to come. 

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‘The Thing’ and A Juice Drink Haunt Your Dreams

In the same vein as Adult Swim’s “Too Many Cooks” or “Unedited Footage Of A Bear”, the people at Rocket Jump have created one of the more disturbing “fake ads” you can view on the internet. It’s freaking awesome, though. You can view more of Rocket Jump’s videos at

Podcast: Brass Ring Ep. 3 – The Authority Strikes Back

The boys sit down to discuss the firings on Raw, the future Royal Rumble, Wrestle Kingdom 9, Total Divas being the best show ever, and of course, Hogan returning (cause Cameron just can’t drop that pipe dream… or is it).

Superhero Movies, Mostly Super Suck

By Gavin Muirhead

Avoid being tricked into spending your hard-earned money on every single superhero movie to come out this summer. Gavin looks at how most of the time, the sky high expectations set by awesome trailers or other successful films in the genre, can never be met.

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‘History of Rap 5’ Caps Jimmy Fallon’s “Tonight Show” Debut Week

By Dustin Brewer

Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake brought back their “History of Rap” series to end Fallon’s debut week hosting “The Tonight Show.” It’s great.

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The Best of the Rest: Evaluating Everything But the Game

By Dustin Brewer

So Super Bowl XLVIII wasn’t the most competitive game we’ve ever seen (to say the least) but fortunately, some top notch commercials came through. We take a look at some of the best, the worst and oh yeah, a Time Warner Cable Catastrophe.

Photo from: USA Today

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Jean-Claude Van Damme and Volvo pull off the manliest splits ever.

It’s not often we say the words “Volvo” and “awesome” in the same sentence.., ok it’s been never. That all changed today though, when Volvo released this Awesome new video to demonstrate how stable its semi trucks are.

How can they properly illustrate that point to the non trucker masses? Four capital letters: JCVD.

Jean-Claude Van Damme puts his balls on the line in what could be the best display of self belief and physical fitness over the age of 50 we have seen in quite some time. Set to a soothing backtrack of Enya, and shot in front of a golden sunset it’s almost tear worthy. (not really, but you get the idea)

We hope you enjoyed this powerful display of synchronized trucking presented by Volvo – “We make rigs that are almost too nice to dirty with prostitutes and meth. Almost.”