Tim flew in to visit Underground Racing and drive his 1250hp Gallardo TT for the first time.
Shout out to Rafael Torres for showing us the light. Epic.
Warner Bros has released a new movie trailer for Zack Snyder’s new action fantasy film Sucker Punch, which stars Emily Browning, Abbie Cornish, Jena Malone, Vanessa Hudgens and Jamie Chung.
It’s essentially a music video compilation of a bunch of awesome special effects-enhanced action sequences. Radical dude.
In “The Hangover Part II,” Phil, Stu, Alan and Doug travel to exotic Thailand for Stu’s wedding. After the unforgettable bachelor party in Las Vegas, Stu is taking no chances and has opted for a safe, subdued pre-wedding brunch. However, things don’t always go as planned.
All the regular characters are back, including Mike Tyson and Mr Chow. I need this movie in my life. Watch the trailer then hit the jump for a behind the scenes interview.
Racing is exhausting. Racing is violent. Racing is fluid. Racing is not muted, static or uninspiring. When you take to the track SHIFT 2 Unleashed for the first time, you’ll feel a rush you’ve never felt before in another racing game.
Top racecar drivers, including Tommy Milner, Edward Sandstrom and drift champion Vaughn Gittin Jr. all spent a great deal of time with the team at Slightly Mad Studios, helping make SHIFT 2 Unleashed the most realistic racing game you’ll ever play.
If you wanted an authentic racing experience, look no further than SHIFT 2 Unleashed. The new ‘helmet cam’ view puts you inside the heads of the best race car drivers, who are always plotting their next move on the track, and drifters, who need to avoid walls at all costs.
As you’ll see in this video, no detail was too small, nothing was left to chance and every possible element of real racing was covered during the development.
Before Jackass, there was Ralph Zavadil. His cable access television show, The Cap’n Video Show, ran from 1990 to 1995, spawning a small but loyal cult following. Each week Ralph performed a series of idiotic and occasionally dangerous stunts, challenging the sensibilities of his small Southern Ontario audience.
With internet and reality television still years away, his unique brand of gross-out stunt comedy was truly ahead of its time. All it took was a broken neck for him to get noticed. You all must hit the jump and watch some of his original video.
As you would have figured out by now, Shock Mansion is basically an educational site on how to make life awesome. Heck, we are basically raising an entire generation of neglected 21st century youth. So here we are again, class is in session, and we are going to learn the correct technique when removing a bra. This one is mainly for the ladies, but the boys will also find this lesson fascinating. Continue reading…
A foul-mouthed, gold-digging seventh-grade teacher is dumped by her sugar-daddy boyfriend and turns her attention toward a colleague, which pits her against a rival who happens to be the school’s model teacher.
Cameron decides she needs a boob job in order to impress Justin Timberlake’s character, who she thinks is rich. If he’s rich and he marries her, she can quit teaching.
But, of course, there’s a problem. In order to raise the money for new boobs, she has to become a good teacher. Or something like that. Either way it looks pretty funny. Sign me up.
Plus after the jump. Watch Cameron tell Jimmy Kimmel she loves porn, she even knew the instructions that flash at the bottom of the screen when you order them.
The more I’m finding out about Cameron, the more I like.
Karratha has been belted by a tornado, which knocked over trees and damaged buildings in the North West city. Graeme Mcfarland who was hard at work at North West Mechanical when the tornado hit Karratha said he has never been so scared.
“I can honestly say I have never been that scared of being in Karratha in my life,” he said. “I’ve been through cyclones, but that, I was actually fearing for my life. “I was parking up cars into the workshop, got out just as the wind picked up and I got hit in the head with a chair.”
Frazer Palmer who was also at work at the Karratha Aquatic Centre said that he and his work colleagues hid in toilets during the storm. “We hid in there and had to block our ears because the noise was too much,” he said.