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Top 10 movies to avoid, worst movies of all time

Thousands of readers of the magazine "Empire" participated in the survey "The worst movie of all time", and the final result was a list of these 10 movies … [Read More...]


Ultra realistic paintings on the wall

Passing by these amazing 3D paintings will make you almost believe that there are real people standing by the wall. The paintings are made in such a way that you would probably try to touch the girl that's leaning on the wall or maybe the old lady that's resting, because they seem so realistic. The most surprising thing is that the artist is only using his bare hands and painting to make such … [Read More...]


Man living with a Grizzly bear

This 800 pounds grizzly bear called Brutus is Casey Anderson's best friend, believe it or not. The famous naturalist and his furry friend are inseparable from the day Brutus was a 2 weeks old cub. Casey saved the bear from an overpopulated wildlife park, and raised him with lot of attention, love and respect. … [Read More...]

The costumes for the dwarves are on the 5 Things The Hobbit Movies Spent Money On

5 Things The Hobbit Movies Spent Money On

The Lord of the Rings trilogy movies were amazing, both story wise and visually. Peter Jackson did one hell of a job with these movies. I myself can say that I have watched the movies a bunch of times and still find them great and entertaining. The Hobbit movies not that much since they were kind of milking it from only one book. Not to mention that they cost a lot.  Once you see the movies you … [Read More...]

3DS Game Integration is part of 4 Things We Want To See In Pokémon GO

4 Things We Want To See In Pokémon GO

We have PokĂ©mon movies and PokĂ©mon console games. PokĂ©mon merchandise can never go bad and we always want more. Our wishes have been listened to. The PokĂ©mon Company has announced there will be the mobile version which will be called PokĂ©mon GO. Get it? Because you can play on the go. While we do not know that much about the game yet we can still work with the limited information we got. Players … [Read More...]

What the cast of Six Feet Under is doing now includes Michael Hall

What the Cast of Six Feet Under is Doing Now

It’s been 10 years since HBO ended the five season TV show Six Feet Under. Some people were shocked, some cried, but in the end this season finale was one of the most discussed finale in the history of TV shows. Back then the cast was mostly consisting of unknown people. Now 10 years later, some of these actors have reached stardom, others mostly have guest roles. Here is what the cast of Six … [Read More...]

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The 5 Prettiest Castles in Europe

No matter how much we (apparently) grow up, there’s always maybe a teensy weensy side of us left that is a sucker for fairytales. Of course, we now like them in their grown-up and mature versions, and we’re even a bit exhilarated in discovering a bit of Disney’s dark side, but we still enjoy the concept of a fairytale even in modified version, even if it’s in an extremely brutal and shocking … [Read More...]


The Most Loved Fictional Detectives

Reading about private investigators or watching their stories come to life under the transforming wand of the movie industry is a classic soft spot for generations upon generations of people. We all adore solving puzzles and, generally speaking, we’re a society that takes much pride in its rationality and logic; this powerful belief in the power of reason, coupled with the fact that these … [Read More...]


Top 5 Depictions of Dracula

Since we’re recently shared with you the funniest depictions of Hitler in popular culture, it was about time we’ve also put together a list of the best depictions of another historical villain, Dracula. Well, to clarify things a bit, the historical figure of Vlad ?epe? upon which the fantastic character of Dracula is based wasn’t actually a villain, at least for the standards of his time. But the … [Read More...]


5 Ideas for Crazy Pajamas

Pajamas are most of the time associated with bland comfortable clothing, as opposed to the more interesting day wear or the seductive but not quite so cozy category of night wear. Well, not anymore. We’ve comprised a small collection of stuff that some creative pajama designers thought of and all of them are really the opposite of bland. If you want to turn all the heads at some PJ party you might … [Read More...]


Cinco de Mayo: A Look into a Mixed Holiday’s Background

Since it’s almost the beginning of May and in the U.S. that means Cinco de Mayo will soon be here, perhaps now is a good time to delve a bit into the background of this odd holiday. The label of odd comes here because of the ambiguous status of this relatively recent and quite fabricated holiday. Don’t misunderstand us: there’s nothing wrong with yet another reason for a pretty public celebration, … [Read More...]


5 Cover Songs Better than the Original

We’ve previously shared with you a similar list of great cover bands that you should check out if you didn’t know them already. Today, it’s the turn to recognize cover songs  that are so great they manage to surpass the original they emulate. At least according to our tastes. Even if you’re a hardcore fan of the original artist or version and you won’t agree that the cover is better, you will at … [Read More...]


5 Great Cover Bands You Should Check Out

Cover songs are great for many reasons. Some are related to the original song or band that’s being covered, and others are connected with the new band that’s doing the covering. Sometimes we like covers because we love the original so much and hearing a slightly different take on it really sings to our hearts. Other times we didn’t like the original much in the first place, but we love the cover. … [Read More...]


Farewell, Gabriel Garcia Marquez

The much-loved writer and journalist Gabriel Garcia Marquez passed away a bit over a week ago, on the 17th of April, after struggling for a long time with the ravages of a degenerative disease. I must confess that I was rather disappointed with the media coverage of this story: a few minutes after his passing, and major news hubs such as Times and BBC were already publishing very lengthy articles … [Read More...]