Since he appeared in Taken and proved to the world that his right hook can make jawbones an endangered species, Liam Neeson has found himself being cast in a number of roles requiring him to dole out haymaker after haymaker to anyone who gets in his god-damn way. Which is why some audiences were more than a little disappointed when The Grey, a film in which Neeson has to fend off a pack of wolves with his bare hands, didn’t end with a montage of the ageing actor delivering endless elbow drops to lupine jugulars. Apparently though, footage of that exact scenario does exist, we’re just not allowed to see it. In case you’re wondering, yes this post contains spoilers.
Earnie Shavers is a veritable legend in the world of boxing thanks almost entirely to the force he was able to exert while punching things. In his prime Shavers’ punch-prowess was so well known amongst rival boxers that even Muhammad Ali didn’t want none, something Shavers himself is rightfully all kinds of proud of.
With the ever-rising cost of fuel being an ever-present concern for vehicle owners and the depressingly slow uptake of electrical vehicles, the idea of a car that runs on any random shit a person could find lying around their house sounds like science fiction. Weirdly this exact technology existed in the 1960’s, it just never caught on.
We’re probably not breaking any new ground when we say, fuck Hitler. But we might be when we say that Wax Hitler is probably doesn’t deserve half the shit that’s happened to him over the years, because hell, he is just a dummy. Albeit one modelled after one of the most evil, hated men in human history.
Franz Liszt was a legendary pianist of such prodigious skill that the mere sight of his flowing, power metal mane whooshing in the breeze as his fingers danced along his piano could cause women to spontaneously swoon and presumably orgasm just all over. A fact that infinitely confused both the pianist and his friends.