For any Americans reading this who may not be familiar with James Blunt, allow us to sum him up with a single sentence. He’s like the English version of Nickleback.
For a lot of people their wildest fantasy is to somehow acquire an inordinately large amount of money for doing fuck all. In 2001 a disgraced former Army major almost did exactly that when he almost won a million British pounds from a quiz show by having a random guy in the audience cough a lot.
Family Guy is the comedic equivalent of fast food in that it’s cheaply made with little to no thought given to its content. Perhaps nothing encapsulates this idea more than the time the show, rather than write a joke, lifted an entire video from YouTube to pad an episode’s run time then had the original video taken down for ripping them off.
When it comes to technically impressive movies, they don’t come more technical or impressive than The Incredibles, we mean, come on, it’s got the word “incredible” right there in it. Few people realise though what an absolute nightmare some of the characters were to animate though, for example, for a while, they didn’t even know if it was possible to bring Violet to life on the big screen.
The original 1978 version of Dawn of the Dead is considered by many to be the definitive work of zombie fiction. Although the effects in the film look comparatively laughable compared to movies and even TV shows today, they’re not without their charm. For example, consider that special effects guru Tom Savini made sure every zombie looked somewhat unique