Back in June Shia LaBeouf was arrested outside a performance of Cabaret in NYC and spent the night in jail.
Why? Well, Jimmy Kimmel wondered the same thing so asked Shia when the actor was on his show—and the epic story Shia recounts that led to his detainment are worthy of a film of their own.
Strangely, there is such a thing as having sex sober—yeah it sounds bizarre but it does happen. Allegedly.
And this sketch from College Humor shows a couple deciding to have sex sober, and what a big deal that is. Weirdoes.
Mitchell Reilly decided to grow a beard, because at some point in every man’s life a beard has to be grown.
Sadly, his wife wasn’t too keen on his facial hair so it had to go, but Reilly managed to document its life so we could all share in its glory.
Sci-fi space battles are great and all, but just how realistic are they? And can no one really hear you scream in space?
It’s Okay To Be Smart wades through all the Hollywood nonsense and takes a look at your favorite space battles to determine just how scientifically accurate they are.
It’s the end of the summer, which means it’s the end of holidays so what better time to find out about how people tanned in the sun.
In a riveting interview, a guy who’s just returned from holidaying in Greece discusses what factor sun cream he used and other tan-related issues of the day.
If humanity became no more, it wouldn’t just be our civilisation that would suffer, but all the animals that feed off and rely on us too.
Won’t somebody please think of the head lice! And the cockroaches! And the domesticated cats and dogs! The BBC’s Earth Unplugged are thinking of them, looking at what would happen, not just to animals, but the deserted cities and skyscrapers if humans became extinct.
If a young kid walked up to you in the street with a cigarette in their hand and asked you for a light, what would you do?
That’s the basis of this social experiment which sees a young boy asking people for a lighter—the good news is most people are outraged and refuse.
Time to have your mind blown by a theory, originally thought up by Jon Negroni, that states that all the Pixar movies take place in the same universe.
Yep, all the characters come from the same place but what happens in the different movies takes place at different times. “Huh?” You might say. This video explains all.
You may’ve caught the Bad Lip Reading of The Walking Dead season 4 which came out a few weeks back.
If you did you were probably blown away by Carl Grimes spitting out some badass lyrics as the one and only Carl Poppa. And now you can watch the whole video of the newest music superstar of the zombie apocalypse.
Lee Hardcastle is known for his awesome claymations which are violent and gruesome and a whole lot of fun.
But he’s also been making some creepy horrors shorts lately, and this one sees him breaking into Thorpe Park and confronting some freaky weirdness when he gets there.