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.
Like with the Legend of Zelda games, the best version of Snoop Dogg’s name is largely dependent on how old you were when you first became aware of him. Some fans may prefer his old moniker of Snoop Doggy Dogg, others may like his new-ish persona, Snoop Lion, we on the other hand like the simple, yet classy, Snoop Dogg, so that’s how we’re going to refer to him in this piece. Oh yeah, he also freestyled a shit-ton of his songs.
Ever wondered why every character in The Simpsons look like a child’s drawing when they’re almost out of crayons? The answer is the creators thought it was the easiest way to punch our eyeballs and get us to take notice.
Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee is consistently rated as one of the finest video games ever released by people with jobs we kind of envy, weirdly though, when the developers tried to port it to Japan they were told they had to pay a series of huge fines just because Abe happened to have four fingers.
Rogue taxidermy is what happens when people with a God complex and too much time on their hands start creating new animals by sewing existing ones together. Kind of like what when Bart’s evil twin creates pigeon rats in that Simpsons episode that one time.