With his suitcase packed, car gassed up, and everything he knows about independent film festivals tossed into a dumpster, our fearless editor gets ready to visit sunny Asbury Park, New Jersey to experience Troma Entertainment’s resurrection of what independent film-making is all about.
Forget Sundance. Utah sucks. Get ready for Tromadance.
Stephenie Meyer, the super-rich author of the Twilight series, has unveiled plans to publish The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner, a 192-page novella centered on a newborn vampire introduced in the third Twilight novel, Eclipse, in June. Meyer, who has made tens of millions of dollars off of her sub-standard vampire novels and who can’t seem to write anything but books about vampires, admitted to writing the book in a very short time.
Today, Ricky Martin dropped a bombshell on the dozens of fans who read his website everyday. The former singer/actor has lived the life of a recluse since his time at the top of the music charts, venturing out into the public only long enough to have pictures taken of him on the beach cavorting in a Speedo. Martin released the following statement on his website in both Spanish and English, in order to reach his fans in all three countries.
This past weekend, fans of the ABC television show “LOST” became enraged to find that the last episode of the show had been leaked eight weeks before it was supposed to air. This has been viewed as the worst spoiler since James Cameron explained to the public the FX work involved in shooting the sinking of the Titanic.
The show, which spanned six seasons, six continents, 32 cameos, and at least 200 different theoretical timelines, has touted this sixth and latest season as its “Final Season” where “all questions would be answered” and “every single person from the previous five seasons would make an appearance in case you forgot about them”.
For the past week and a half, you would be hard-pressed not to see or hear the words “Corey Haim”, as the celebrity death-purge that has been covered for the last two years took the life of 80′s Teen Bop superstar Corey Haim.
However, there seems to be an almost mythical belief that it was only the Two Coreys(including still living Corey Feldman) that were starring in 80′s films. Bring up any 80′s movie to a random person to test their knowledge: 3/4 of the population will name either Corey Haim or Corey Feldman.
And so, due to the high importance this knowledge has to the free world, I bring you a Fact and Fiction segment, dedicated to learning the truth about alleged Corey Haim films.
A study released today by Harvard scientists proves what has long been suspected – fans of the number one television program, American Idol, are retarded. The study, headed by Harvard Senior Scientist Jacques Martinique, was funded by private investors and conducted over a three year span. Surprisingly, the total cost of the research was less than one million dollars.
For months, the notorious MTV surreality show Jersey Shore has begot both laughs and head shakes from the general public. The show follows a group of stereotypical New Yorkers from such stereotypical places like Long Island, Staten Island, and Brooklyn as they live together in…New Jersey. The show has featured such inspiring entertainment as Snooki getting punched in the face by a random guy, Michael Cera getting a makeover, and finding someone that tattooed the word “cadillac” to their body on purpose.