If you're in the mood to shoot aliens in their bulbous, condescending faces, this is the week for you.
The best of this week's new releases
We've got quite the treat for yous guys. What is it about supercuts that makes them so enjoyable? Maybe it's because it's distilled and filtered down to video's finest, most precious moments. No waste, no filler, no fluff. Just 100% pure entertainment. There were a sh*t ton of supercuts this year, but we've narrowed down the list to the following cream de la crop. Check 'em out and vote for the one you think should be #1 in our poll after the jump.
I don't know what it is about the guy, but I find Steve Buscemi to be really fascinating. Maybe it's his eyes, maybe it's his Earthworm-Jim-type face, all I know is that I can't be the only one who likes him because, according to IMDB, he's been in over 125 movies. If you didn't know him, you'd think that the guy would play roles like the homeless dude from Mr. Deeds - instead he's involved in violent films (Fargo, Reservoir Dogs, Desperado). However, he usually dies. Read: wormy-face. Here's a supercut of one of the most strangely versatile actors getting killed, over, and over, and over again. Check it out after the jump.
At COED we try to pay homage to the funniest sites on the web. With our Tumblrs of the Week column, we highlight the best, most WTF Tumblrs. This week’s Tumblrs feature timeless wisdom from an elderly green resident of Dagobah, Steve Buscemi's peepers added to chicks' faces, and the epitome of existing in your 20s now. Check 'em out after the jump.
While Google Images is indeed the one of mankind's greatest inventions, and the leading cause of low workplace productivity, the search engine can be a cruel mistress given to sudden moments of vicious caprice. An innocuous image search can inexplicably result in a web page rife with the grossest, most horrifying pictures known to man, leaving you to explain to passing co-workers or family members what the hell you're looking at! But which things should you never, under any circumstance, search for in a public setting? Find out by checking out COED's list of 10 things you shouldn't search for on Google images! WARNING: THE FOLLOWING LIST IS NSFW!
Cult classic "The Big Lebowski" released in theaters 13 years ago on March 6th. On that fateful weekend in 1998, The Dude finished 6th at the box office and only managed to rake in a total of about $17 million in revenue. Since then, the legacy has grown - spawning an annual festival called, "Lebowski Fest", an online religion called, "Dudeism" aka "The Church of the Latter-Day Dude", a shop in NYC's Greenwich Village dedicated to collector items about the movie called, "The Little Lebowski", and a Lebowski-themed bar in Germany (bunch of nihilists!). Fans of the movie are jas dedicated as they come. Need proof? The COED abides - just check out this photo gallery of badass Big Lebowski tattoos.
COED's Most Anticipated Movies of 2010 hailed the film adaptation of "Arrested Development" as the most eagerly awaited release for this past year. So, what makes us want to see a movie? It could be our admiration for certain actors or directors, or it could be as simple as a bad-ass poster or tagline. Whatever the case may be, we've combed Variety's Film Release Chart for the movies releasing in 2011 that could be on your "Best Of" list come this time next year. Without further ado, COED presents our list of the Most Anticipated Movies of 2011. See the full list after the jump!
To quote the great Justin Bieber, "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah." This week will have television fans echoing these deep and complex emotions of the pre-pubescent pop star. There is plenty to tune in to this week, with lots of exciting premieres and gripping finales. Turn on your TV and start watching!