The Room is a movie that was once, very aptly we might add, described by star Greg Sestero as a “perfectly literal comedy of errors” funded in its entirety by a walking human paradox called Tommy Wiseau. A man whose unfamiliarity with the art of film making can be summed up by the fact he decided to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to film every shot in the movie twice for literally no reason.
It’s probably not going to surprise anybody reading this when we say that a tiger or similar sized big cat could fuck you just all the way up if it really wanted to. What might surprise you though is just how well adapted big cats are to rending flesh from bone to the point they could probably cause a fatal, debilitating injury with their tongue.
The giant anteaters is a curious, oxymoronic creature in that it’s a toothless, bumbling animal known for being extraordinarily shy that can also, if it really feels like it, tear apart a jaguar like Doom Guy opening a Christmas present. Something the animal is capable of doing as a direct result of it’s primary source of sustenance being creatures less than an inch long.
Solo is a space heist film set in the Star Wars universe that centers around the character of Han Solo. A middling critical success and massive commercial flop, the film was a pointless story that didn’t need to be told and as a result, the production of the film is actually far more interesting to talk about. For example, the fact that Lucasfilm supposedly had to hire an acting coach to teach the guy they hired to play Han Solo how to act more like Han Solo after stopping him from acting like Han Solo.
DOOM is a video game in which you take control of a blood-crazed psychopath literally hell-bent on single-handedly eviscerating the endless hordes of hell with his bare hands. Wildly influential and widely considered one of the most important games ever made, you’d think the creators of it would be stuck answering questions about it for the rest of their life. Which doesn’t appear to be the case for John Romero, who is frequently asked not about DOOM, but his hair.