If you’re into old movies, check out Black and White movies (search by year, genre and title letter). They even have Young Frankenstein (the only 70′s move)
Could RoboGeisha be the best movie ever? At the very least, the trailer has everything you could possibly want including Fried Shrimp. Not safe for work due to a wee bit of blood. Ok, a lot of blood.
Finally, porn without the bothersome sex.
Like Alluc.org and similar sites, this one also aggregates online video, but with several useful filters
Alluc.org is yet another site pushing good quality movies if you’re bored and don’t mind watching flicks on your monitor. Divx required.
The Glamorous Life of Sachiko Hanai looks bizarre. Oh and not safe for work. A description from the site: “Sachiko Hanai works as a call girl at an imekura (or sexual role-play club). While waiting for her co-worker, she stumbles upon a secret meeting between a North Korean and a Middle Eastern-looking man that proves to be a deadly day. When violence breaks out, a stray bullet hits her smack in the center of her forehead and leaves her staggering for the door. The next day she finds a strange metal can in her pocket and, after dislodging the bullet, she’s suddenly able to understand foreign languages and solve complex mathematic formulas. Unfortunately, the cylinder she picked up happens to contain the finger of the American President, whose fingerprint is capable of unleashing a devastating nuclear apocalypse across the world. Will the call girl turn genius be able to stop the world’s mass destruction or will it be left to the finger!”.
This has to be good, right?
This fight gets out of hand when they break out the… well, just watch it. NSFW due to naughty language.
If you’ve always wanted to see Karen Carpenter: Superstar but always missed out, it’s up on Google Video but who knows for how long.
What’s quickly become a holiday favorite in my house, South Park’s “Christmas Time In Hell”. Opening scene with Adolph Hitler of course.
StumbleOpen has a new way to kill time: StumbleVideo.
Reel New Media just takes video from around the web and embeds it, but I liked their selection quite a bit.
LA Weekly has a beef with the release timing of the upcoming Black Christmas remake. Personally I’m happy there will be something I want to see during the holidays.
Man, I can’t believe Forbidden Zone is 26 years old already. A weird movie, worth it to see Danny Elfman play the devil performing Cab Calloway variations.
I don’t really get the whole tagging thing, but if you’re into the social website stuff then take a look at Spout. It’s like IMDB without the ease of use and some tags added.
This Quicktime video is a promotion for Sky One but it’s still cool. I loved setting up and knocking down dominos as a kid, can’t say I ever thought of replacing them with coins.
Anyone see Borat: Cultural Learnings…Kazakhstan? I cannot get enough of the Texas hunting ranch run by the anti-Semite. Now maybe I’m making an unnecessary mountain from a coincidental hill, but the Serenget(t)i Ranch mentioned in that clip seems to have been listed for sale last month. You can even see the same living room layout used in the movie clip (check the clip at the 32 sec. mark). It’s too bad HBO didn’t air that clip, but I’m sure plenty have seen it. I am curious how it is that this ranch survives like it does.
If you’re feeling lucky cowboy, you can pay upwards to $10k to shoot a Pere David (they spell it Piere also- this is the deer mentioned in the video clip that is/was endangered)
Cracked Mag has posted their top 10 Borat moments
Happy time, Chenquieh…
A cute and depressing look at the planet Earth.