Who Got Punked By Bruno?

Richard Lawson · 02/19/09 04:26PM

Comedian Sascha Baron Cohen's outrageous gay Austrian character Bruno recently made his own movie, in which he makes fun of the fashion industry. Curious about who got got? Fashion Week Daily has the answers.

How To Win Your Oscar Pool

Richard Lawson · 02/19/09 01:43PM

All the major Oscar categories are pretty much locked up. Slumdog, Winslet, Ledger, etc. So where will Oscar pools be won and lost? In the tiny, shitty categories. Let's attempt a lesser categories betting guide.

Five Sexy Valentine's Day Movies for Shut-Ins

Richard Lawson · 02/14/09 12:00PM

Happy V-Day, dicklickers. Obviously I'm working today and obviously you're on the internet. So boo-hoo for both of us. If you're staying in tonight like me, but want some sexy-time, here are movie suggestions.

It's a Film About a Guy Who Ejaculates Fire

Hamilton Nolan · 02/03/09 05:43PM

What is Burning Passion? "A Film About...A Guy Who Ejaculates Fire." It features "spectacular special addition to some really nice acting." It premieres on Valentine's Day, online. The perfect date. Click to enlarge.

How Much is a Movie Worth to You?

Jasper Reardon · 09/14/08 11:34AM

I was just thinking to myself the other day that seeing a movie is way too cheap. That it is such a shame that The Dark Knight only grossed $22 billion. I thought to myself, "What can I do to help the ailing cinema industry in its hour of need, while also impressing a special lady?" A theater planned for Orange County, California (where else on God's green earth, I ask you) will charge $35 dollars a head to see a first-run movie. "What do you get for the money? Reclining chairs decked out in suede, a personal attendant, and the chance to see the same movie that's playing at the local cineplex for a 350% markup" The menu includes gourmet black truffle arancini, chickpea croquettes with light tahini sauce, and mini corn crab cakes with chili lime mayo. Additionally, you and your date-no doubt soon to be bedmate-can enjoy a lovely pinot while watching Space Chimps. [O.C. Weekly]

Finally, We Can Laugh At 9/11

Pareene · 04/18/08 01:44PM

Oh boy! Here come the 9/11 Comedies, according to Politico! Hollywood is finally catching up with the internet. And al-Qaeda. Though their "Sept. 11 comedies" are Harold and Kumar Go to Guantanamo Bay, which is not really about 9/11, and some John Cusack Halliburton satire, which is about Iraq, and Zombie Strippers, which is self-explanatory. Oh, there is one genuine 9/11 comedy coming, though. It is directed by Uwe Boll, it will basically be a travesty. The Soup Nazi plays Osama bin Laden. But every Uwe Boll film is a travesty, be it about 9/11 or vampires in the old west. Also it's been out for a year, except no one will release it. The year-old SHOCKING OPENING SCENE is after the jump, because if we can't laugh at ourselves, what have we got left?