[30 pics!] Get ready for Kaitlyn Leeb with our gallery of her greatest hits--from her three-breasted hooker in Total Recall to her lesbian loving in Wrong Turn 4!
Everyone knew the biggest star at this year's San Diego Comic Con. Kaitlyn Leeb won over the crowd as the three-breasted hooker in the upcoming Total Recall remake. But we knew her back when she was Kaitlyn Wong--and we've mixed enhanced pics of her lesbian scene in Wrong Turn 4 with shots of her enhanced breasts! Check them out for more than a handful of fun!
As you might have heard, 'Merica just launched its new Mars Rover (the Curiosity) over the weekend. Today is also Red Planet Day, so it only makes sense for us to present you with all sorts of “facts” based on “science” that are “true” about Mars (yeah, I know; ridiculous). But we answer to a higher power: Hollywood. When NASA tells us there’s nothing on Mars we scoff because, thanks to Total Recall, we know there’s not only life, but three-titted life. And that’s only the beginning. See how movies portray Mars after the jump.
Over the years, Hollywood has raised the bar for deaths in movies. Before all it took was one gunshot or one stab and, BOOM, you're dead. To avoid stagnation, deaths are starting to become more creative in movies. Whether its gory or wince-worthy, depressing or triumphant, a death can be very effective in provoking a reaction. However, sometimes that reaction is laughter and not always on purpose. That being said, here are a few deaths that, intentional or not, are ridiculous. WARNING: These clips are NOT for the faint of heart or weak of stomach.
Decades ago, viewers were fascinated with a device from Star Trek called the Tricorder. Now we have those devices in the form of mobile phones. With that in mind, there are a few other fictional devices from movies and television that should follow in the Tricorder's path. So if there is a Santa Claus of breakthrough technologies, here is a list of items he needs to get cracking on. See our list after the jump!
Over the past few years, it's become glaringly apparent that Hollywood is suffering from a crippling idea shortage. We've seen a fourth Indiana Jones, a third Underworld, a third Mummy, a fourth Scary Movie, a fifth Saw... it's pretty pathetic. Of course, the endless sequel thing isn't completely abnormal. Jaws, Friday the 13th and Nightmare on Elm Street all saw countless...