• Uhhhh so Will Ferrell filmed some Old Milwaukee commercials for free? “Business Insider notes that it is unclear why Ferrell wanted to plug the discount beer brand and why he wanted to film in Davenport, when Old Milwaukee is from Wisconsin.” Hahaha. I like everything about this piece of news. -Movieline
  • Want to watch the cast of Community play Trivial Pursuit together in honor of how tonight’s episode is going to be the last one for a while? Sure! Why not. -Vulture
  • Oh nooooooo, Courtney Stodden and her husband have turned down the chance to be on a new VH1 reality  show called Relationship Rehab because they said their relationship doesn’t need rehab! Haha! That was a good decision, it’s very funny to me that they were asked to be on that show. “Uhhh…you sure you don’t want to be on this show?” – VH1 -Radar
  • Here is the entirety of Pulp Fiction, presented in chronological order. “Great, I’ll watch this right after I finish the DVD extra of Memento in chronological order.” -Someone, I BET! I bet someone thought that in a non-sarcastic voice. -TheDailyWhat
  • The Kardashian mom responded to Daniel Craig’s Kardashian insults. Or maybe a publicist did? I can’t really tell who did. Either way, someone would like Daniel Craig to be a MAN and issue a public apology. You hear that, Daniel Craig? BE A MAN! -Dlisted
  • Last night Zac Efron was on Late Night and he played a basketball game with Jimmy Fallon where they had to throw holiday items into hoop rather than basketballs. Want to watch it? It’s pretty festive. It might make you a little happier than you are currently? Up to you, though. -Celebuzz
  • Slashfilm has a nice Q&A up about how Pixar creates its short films. “Nice” is a little vague, I realize, but I do think that you’ll enjoy it! It’s enjoyable. -Slashfilm
  • Are you guys watching American Horror Story? I only ever hear the worst things about it, which makes me REALLY want to watch it, but then I have never invested the time to find out when it is on TV. Oops. Here’s an article about how weird it is! -Salon
Comments (15)
  1. You can add me to the list of people telling you American Horror Story is bad, because it sucks.

    • American Horror Story is amazing. It is camp straight-up. Nothing ever makes logical sense, and yet I never regret watching it.

    • about midway through the second to last season of nip/tuck is when i vowed to never watch a ryan murphy show ever again. then when that ended, i contemplated googling “hitman” to put a price on his head. then a half hour later i developed a cocaine addiction and forgot all about him. thirty minutes after that, i found myself in a patent leather gimp suit asking where my baby is.

    • I love American Horror Story. It is scary and weird – there aren’t very many horror television shows, and I am often disappointed in horror movies. The concept is interesting, though I am curious to see how they will make it last for more than one season. I’m a few episodes behind, but I look forward to watching more of the story unfold.

      • I had the same issue, how long can this go on? Are they just going to keep living in the murder house?

        This week’s episode resolved my issue.

    • I love it, but I can’t imagine how much longer it can go on for. They’re running out of people to kill. Next season it will just be all the ghosts sitting around the house playing dominoes and reading gossip magazines.

  2. People who take films with nonlinear storytelling and re-cut them chronologically remind me of Egon Spengler straightening his Slinky as a child. Sure one COULD do that, but then watching it walk down stairs, alone or in pairs, to go cap some motherfuckers who can’t stop saying ‘What?’ would be a whole lot less fun.

    • Remove ‘would be’ from that last sentence. I got confused with my verbiage. *SIGH*

      • It is certainly less fun, but it is also interesting to look at, especially if someone else has already done the part that takes effort. I skimmed through parts of the Pulp Fiction re-cut this morning because someone said “Hey, here’s a neat illustration of the importance of editing.” It’s not that I think, “Gee, this movie would be SO MUCH better if it was in chronological order,” but it is easier to understand how something works if you take it apart.

        • Absolutely! Watching a non-linear film’s scenes cut into chronological order is definitely educational. That’s why I equated it to Egon’s Slinky story. While it is educational and fun to learn how something works, a straightened Slinky and a chronological Pulp Fiction are not as enjoyable as they are in their original states.

          The true fun of dissection comes from obtaining a further understanding and appreciation for how something works, whether it be a length of coiled metal & gravity, or non-linear storytelling.

  3. How was Courtney Stodden able to turn down “Relationship Rehab”? THE TITLE HAS ALLITERATION

  4. I live right across the river from Davenport and everyone got SO EXCITED when those Will Ferrell commercials came out. Everyone was all “Can you believe a famous person said a place we are?!”

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