Coulrophobia is an abnormal or exaggerated fear of clowns. The term is common, but is not commonly used in psychology. The prefix "coulro-" comes from the Ancient Greek "one who goes on stilts". Coulrophobia can also be said to extend to a fear of covering up one's face with paint—the idea of hiding recognisable features under a layer of face paint can also unsettle coulrophobia sufferers. And if you suffer from coulrophobia, odds are you probably snickered some when Columbus finally faced his fears in Zombieland, but at the same time I'm pretty sure you won't be seeing this any time soon.
Who is Keyser Soze? He is supposed to be Turkish. Some say his father was German. Nobody believed he was real. Nobody ever saw him or knew anybody that ever worked directly for him, but to hear Kobayashi tell it, anybody could have worked for Soze. You never knew. That was his power. The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist. And like that, poof. He's gone. That's how it went down, right? But what if Agent Kujan had a fuckin iPhone? Yeah, there's an app for that. Anyway, the line-up scene was scripted as a serious scene, but after a full day of filming takes where the actors couldn't keep a straight face, director Bryan Singer decided to use the funniest takes. A making-of documentary shows Singer becoming furious at the actors for the constant cracking-up. In an interview (on the Special Edition DVD), Kevin Pollak states that the hilarity came about when Benicio Del Toro "farted, like 12 takes in a row." Del Toro himself said "somebody" farted, but no one knew who.
Okay, whip out your bullshit detectors please. I'm having a difficult time deciding if the "Bullets Spinning on a Frozen Lake” video is horsehit or not. I know how to calculate the rotational speed based upon bullet velocity and the barrel twist rate, so I could imagine these bullets carrying enough energy to keep spinning after impacting the ice. And I suppose I could see a frozen lake being hard enough to deflect a bullet and make it bounce back, but wouldn’t the bullet deform? Me thinks bullshit.
Hey Ernie! Saw the link to the first batch.. .glad you could use them! Here's some more from the next day. Rob
The final film in an actor or director’s career should be a tour de force! It should be a swan song, a fitting end to a career of power and magnificence, showing the gravitas a lifetime of dedication and experience can bring to a craft. Instead, all too often its the end of a dying career, of actors trying to wring the last dollars out of a tarnished image, a miserable finish to what was once something great. These stars were all major players in their time, but their final work was nothing but disappointing. Yes Bernie Mac, I'm talking to you.
Beatriz Recari is one of the hottest female golfers of the moment, and she isn't the only LPGA player to catch our attention for more than just her athletic abilities. Yes, the LPGA is packed with hotties, but another sport might have the corner on the sexy athlete market. Women's tennis has also offered several athletes who have achieved sex symbol status. So which sport is hotter?
the military's deepening geographic divide.
linnea quigley's horror workout videos (think trash from ROTLD).
all about the andersen afb b-2 crash in guam and six degrees of kevin bacon.
esquire names derek jeter’s girl, minka kelly, the sexiest woman alive 2010. well, duh.