The magical adventure tells the spine-tingling tale of 10-year-old Lewis who goes to live with his uncle in a creaky old house with a mysterious tick-tocking heart. But his new town’s sleepy façade jolts to life with a secret world of warlocks and witches when Lewis accidentally awakens the dead.

This is how late night television was meant to be right? Kids would sneak to watch because it was adult humour. You just know the producers were on edge during this whole “This Is Not Happening” story.

Sometimes it doesn’t take long for an angry resident to try to put and end to the fun. Oftentimes, you only get one run when you arrive to a new spot. All that pressure can get inside a riders head when the camera is on, the road is ready, and you get one try.

Ink addicts is a gallery in which we celebrate the art of tattooing. We are sharing images from across the internet that we have stumbled across or that have been submitted via email. We love the tattoo community and our intentions are to shine more light and acceptance on tattoos. Check out these amazing pieces.

Thor aka The Mountain was in Columbus, Ohio for the 2018 Arnold Classic. What does it take to fill the dietary needs of one of the strongest men in the world while they’re away from home? Over $800 at Costco!

Golan spent some late nights lurking Moscow to bomb the city with paint. Who knows what Russian police would do if they caught him, either let him keep painting because they don’t care or accept a bribe to let him go home.

He sounds like Ricky from trailer park boys crossed with Napoleon dynamite, and I love it. Best flurries of “f**kin” I ever heard ever. They 100% made it up. How the f**k do you smell anything other than fuel and saltwater on a boat? I would have been incandescent with rage.

Australian shred dog, Jay Davies got his hands on an Odysea Stump and on his first session he lined up some pretty serious slabs. If you’re going to charge into something unpredictable that’ll run you through the wash machine, a foamie might not be the worst possible thing to risk snapping in half.

Raised in East Germany, Jack Barsky abandoned his mother, brother, wife and son to spy for the KGB. Jack explains how he began working for the KGB and had a collective mission failure.

Some things you have to see to believe. And if you’re Mad Mike Hughes, that list of things includes the curvature of the Earth. Here is an insane video of Hughes using a converted mobile home as a launch pad for his homemade, steam-powered rocket.

All this could have been avoided by using some sort of filter. Even a 50-cent piece of metal mesh with a zip tie (not officially recommended by anyone) could have prevented this from happening. Still, we thank whoever recorded this video for the great demonstration of just how much air a turbo takes in.

Fast-food employees rarely receive praise for doing exceptional work, but one customer decided to give two cooks the recognition they deserved, albeit in the most roundabout way possible.

Gustavo Ribeiro is a portuguese powerhouse that won’t let a little injury hold him back. With every sprain, you just have to jump back up and get down. Watch, wince, repeat.

What the heck is up with Kimi’s pit board guy? I love how he still wants to perform. Sometimes people say he doesn’t give a sh*t about racing anymore and just does it for the money, but clearly that’s not the case.

These guys got creative in the shooting range, testing out different styles of shooting for their effectiveness. Some require a partner, and they all don’t don’t look safe!

Anne, a native of Brazil, broke down in tears when Sports Illustrated surprised her with news of her Model Search victory. Though she boasts an Instagram following of nearly 100,000 followers, Anne never planned to be a model. “I really wanted to be a doctor because all of my family works with health,” Anne said. “I was a tomboy … I used to play soccer on the team of my city. I used to be a goalkeeper and that was my number one thing.”

No other motorcycle race is held on such a challenging track as the 37-mile plus Mountain Course with its seemingly never-ending series of bends, bumps, jumps, stone walls, manhole covers and telegraph poles. No other motorsport event can boast more than 100 years of such illustrious history, rich in tradition and legends.