I imagine it must be pretty transparent that I like weird shit by this point in our relationship. All you really have to do is check out this site for an hour or two to know I have natural leanings toward the weirder, darker aspects of life. Why is that? Because normal bores me. Normal has been done to death. And really, what is spectacular about normalcy? Nothing. Normal people don’t make history. Normal people don’t burn themselves into your memory. It is the weird shit that stands out, so even if you don’t admit it as openly as I, you love weird shit, too. Seriously, why else would you be here? That out-of-the-way, here are five truly strange moments from movies. Moments so weird, they almost feel like they don’t belong in the movie, yet they are moments you never, ever forget.
Man, there is no feeling quite like witnessing an interview with a celebrity quickly go off the rails. There is just something so authentic about it, you feel like you are there, squirming along with them. In some cases, there are multiple reasons why an interview can become awkward or tense. A bad question or a touchy subject, perhaps. in most of these cases, it all boils down to pure ego, though. Cocksure, self-righteous celebrities who think they are the voice of God acting better than someone else. Here are seven interviews so awkward, they are almost hard to watch. Keyword: almost.
Stanley Kubrick’s film adaptation of the brilliant Anthony Burgess novel, A Clockwork Orange, is the first film that stopped me dead in my tracks.
Because he’s awesome, that’s why.
If you people don’t understand why this Clooney gif is here, than you apparently haven’t seen Fassbender in Shame.
Credit where credit is due. I just collect this shit. People far more talented than me make them.
Sorry if these gifs got any of you pregnant.
That’s why I wouldn’t let my girlfriend look at this page.