The Texas Chainsaw Massacre was a watershed moment for film, mainly because of the copious amounts of hyper-realistic ultra-violence shown off throughout the film. As it turns out more of this than you’d expect was real, largely because the guy playing Leatherface, Gunnar Hansen, couldn’t be arsed in most of his scenes.
For anyone unfamililar with the owner of the largest sport-penis in the entire world, Wayne Gretzky is widely considered the singular most dominant hockey player in the history of the sport. The holder of more records than a disco-themed super villain and a towering, near-mythical figure in the world of hockey, Gretzky almost gave up the sport for good as a child because he was so sick of being booed by other kids parents.
Gazelles are amongst the most graceful creatures on Earth. Capable of running faster than a car and leaping nearly a dozen feet in the air, there are few animals that could ever hope to catch one, which probably explains why gazelles sometimes rub their gazelle dicks all up in the faces of predators when they don’t feel threatened.
Pacific Rim is a film in which giant robots punch the shit out of slightly giant-er monsters, it’s not supposed to be taken seriously, but that doesn’t mean they didn’t put a crap-ton of effort into making it. For example, almost every Jaeger and Kaiju you see on screen is based on something from our world. Gipsy Danger for example is based on a cross between John Wayne and the Chrysler Building.
Charles Schulz is a man whose ghost is currently sat on a solid gold heaven-throne shaped like Snoopy given to him by God himself for creating a comic that was just so darn adorable. While Schulz loved the comic and the characters it contained, he reportedly hated the name Peanuts.