Turns out the role Randy Quaid played in Independence Day as the loony father who thought aliens were abducting the world might not be too far off from how Quaid thinks in his real life. Randy Quaid and his wife Evi are currently staying in Canada where they are hiding out as "refugees," because the "star whackers" in Hollywood are trying to kill them. No, I'm not joking.
Adam Sandler has been the brightest comedy star for over a decade. The funny man is at the top of his game with no sign...
"Movember" is an annual mustache growing charity event held every November to help raise funds and awareness for cancers that affect men. COED would like to invite you to join our team or make a donation. At the start of Movember guys register with a clean shaven face. Movember participants have the remainder of the month to grow and groom their "Mo", raising money along the way to benefit men's health.
It’s date night, and while you’d rather watch Inception for the third time than Life as We Know It, your girlfriend might disagree. But then again, she might think the latter is such a turd of a flick that you might as well stay home and pop in a DVD. Just as much as Ed Wood was convinced of his own greatness, chick flicks still think they’re modern. If the genre is to salvage itself, perhaps it should consider there pointers:
Bruce Wayne. Tony Stark. Megatron. If you know who those 3 are, you have passed the geek test and will be in for a treat with this post. With super hero movies coming out every weekend these days, we thought we'd be the filter for you and give you some insight on some of the most anticipated super hero movies to come over the next couple of years.
A new movie called, "Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer" releases in select theaters this Friday, 11/5. It's an in-depth documentary about "The Sheriff of Wall Street" and former Governor's torrid extramarital affair with the now infamous escort Ashley Dupre. It's also prompted COED to take a look at the contributions hookers - both fictional and real - have made to our society. Join us as we deliver the goods on these heroic hookers who've made the world a better (if not more costly) place.
How many times have you read a film review praising a young actor or actress, only to never hear about him or her again? Too many teen stars begin on a high note, only for that performance – or several – to not translate into adult success. But for every Tom Cruise or Robert Downey, Jr., there are plenty of others who make poor decisions, go off to college, or simply become supporting players and never reach that leading status critics predicted from the start:
What do you get when you mix a group of outcasts, a rainy day, a curiously hidden treasure map and a deformed kind of sort of Cyclops in the body of a linebacker named Sloth? If you guessed rush weekend at Delta Iota Kappa, you're half right. You get the quintessential 80's movie that doesn't have John Hughes genius finger prints on it: The Goonies. And if something today made you sit up and say, "Man, I feel old" brace yourself. Because "The Goonies" is celebrating its silver anniversary this year. In honor of the 25th anniversary of this immaculate piece of 80's cinema, I'm going to catch up with (internet stalk) the Goondock Saints (please let me have coined that phrase) and see what they're up to now.
Paranormal Activity 2 was #1 at the box office last weekend. Hereafter placed fourth. This week features a crotchety old puzzle maker, an infected area, a bad girl, Kristen Stewart as a stripper, and an assassin who's getting soft. Hey, you can fear the beard, but don't fear these previews!
The key to a great horror film, on top of the obvious 'hot chick running around in tight pants' and 'use of unconventional weaponry that takes way too long to finish off its intended victim', is in its villain. We've seen some good, some bad, and some incredibly ugly - so without further ado, here are the best of the best and the best of the worst.
Yesterday, adult film star Bree Olson was crowned "World's Biggest Whore" on The Howard Stern Show. We've been following her on Twitter and her detailed and graphic retelling of encounters with fans, on the set, and behind the scenes are proof positive she really really really LOVES sex. We've compiled 59 of her funniest, craziest, and most interesting tweets of the past year.
COED is giving away two (2) tickets to Aziz Ansari's live show in Las Vegas along with a meet-and-greet with Playboy Bunnies at the Palms Resort and Casino. To enter, simply go to our Facebook page (facebook.com/COEDMagazine) and post, "Aziz Ansari is dangerously delicious!" We'll pick one lucky winner out of everyone who comments. The entry period ends December 1st.
Everyone seems to be a horror fan during the second half of October, but they always seem to pick the same movies; either the tired classics from the '70s and '80s (Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween) that we've all seen a million times over, or one of those damn Saw movies. Forget those boring standbys. Here are some oughta be classics that you really should pop in the DVD player this Halloween.
As the years have progressed, video games have becoming increasingly cinematic, with their story lines and characters often drawing comparisons with films both past and present. With that being said, here are the "Tinsel Town" equivalents of some of our favorite (and not so favorite) video games.
Charlie Sheen was hospitalized for a psych evaluation early Tuesday morning after a mystery woman reported he was nude, yelling, and throwing furniture at the Plaza Hotel in New York. TMZ just reported the mystery woman is porn star, 22 year old Capri Anderson. COED has the pics of the young starlet who no doubt will be doing more than Two and a Half Men in the near future.
Whenever you hear that a horror movie is based on a true story, it instantly becomes more terrifying because in the back of your mind during the film you're constantly thinking "Holy @#$%, this actually happened? Well, actually it probably didn't.
AskMen today announced the results of their annual reader survey: the Top 49 Most Influential Men of 2010. More than half a million votes were cast. The 2010 list seems to favor "rule breakers" who are engaging, unconventional, and speak frankly like Stephen Colbert, Conan O'Brien, and Jay-Z.
Gothic box-office darling Tim Burton has made a rather reputable living out of pedaling the macabre to the masses. Burton could still create classics using his penchant for remakes. With that being said, here are 5 ideas for films that we think would perfectly suit his style.
COED readers vehemently boycotted Campus Socialite's DOTW, Josh Hamilton. He didn't register ONE SINGLE VOTE! Last week's winner, The Sitch, beat out a woman who makes fun of a dying 7 year old girl. We're in the final homestretch, folks. 3 weeks down. 2 to go. Speaking of 2's, we only have 2 dooshers doing battle this round.
Jackass 3-D had the biggest opening for the Fall season ever. Yeah. Believe dat. Raked in $50+ million, doubling Red’s take of $21 mil. I...
Dolph Lundgren has portrayed just about every kind of ass-kicking persona Hollywood could create. In honor of the release of Dolph Lundgren Is The Killing Machine, we ran down some of his more memorable quotes from his best movies.
Saw II: Flesh & Blood is the second video game based on the popular film franchise set to hit stores today. It's one of few horror movies that made the jump to game consoles, which is odd. COED takes a look at horror movie candidates that are way overdue for a video game adaptation.
Adrien Brody, 37, whose recent sci-fi film "Predators" will be released on DVD and Blu-ray this week, is not only a great actor, but he's a solid dude. We've compiled a brief list outlining reasons why he rocks the Kasbah.
Congrats to John Johnson from Elmwood Park, Chicago, Ill! You beat out a sh-tload of people and won our Ultimate John Lennon Collection giveaway valued at $150.00. All entries were given a number and chosen at random via random.org so there was no cheating! We have another giveaway going at the moment so make sure you enter.
He's not a household name just yet, but those in tune with the underground music scene know this Boston b-boy well. Having survived a few rough spots of substance abuse and career uncertainties, this rapper and up n' coming actor now buzzes with positive opportunity as, among other things.
Last week, Bleacher Report's pick, Brett Favre, narrowly edged out COED's pick, Charles Leaf by ONE VOTE. Insane. We at COED noticed we've been a little dark with our past 2 selections. We decided to lighten the mood this week. Fist pump!
The Social Network out-friended Life As We Know It last weekend pulling in $15 mil. This week features pranksters, seniors, overachievers, crime families, insecure dudes, and black Presidents who want to rob you blind! Happy Boss Day, you're FIRED! Now, you can read our previews.
The upcoming action flick "Red" follows Frank Moses, a retired CIA agent (Bruce Willis) as he reassembles his former team (Helen Mirren, John Malkovich and Morgan Freeman) to squash an assassin's murderous plot. The movie clearly shows how people in their twilight years can be edgy as hell -- the tagline is "Still armed. Still dangerous. Still got it." Which got us thinking -- which wise and wizened celebs would be worthy of joining Moses's old people task force?
Vanity Fair's had their fair share of provocative pictorials featuring celebrities. Demi Moore's cover in which she posed nude while pregnant, Demi Moore's cover in which she posed in body paint, and a jail-baity Miley Cyrus showing a whole bunch of skin. The latest pictorial causing waves is of bearded comedian Zach Galifianakis in a red one-piece on the beach. Pass the lotion, these pics are ON FIRE!
For anyone that has ever laughed at a movie, Saul Austerlitz’s Another Fine Mess: A History of American Film Comedy is a must read. Whether you’re a film buff or not, this anthology holds nothing back when it comes to tackling the genre of comedy in American film.