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5 Great Representatives Of The Best Worst Movies Ever

5 Great Representatives Of The Best Worst Movies Ever

I am a bad movie connoisseur. I’m not talking bad like “They paid too much for this to be that boring” bad, I’m talking bad bad, like really poor-quality filmmaking. I will watch any movie that either just totally fails or wanders into the “WTF?!” badlands. I will also watch almost any horror movie, which aids in this quest, because apparently everyone wants to make a horror movie and everyone thinks that when they do, it’s worth it to show everyone.

Plenty of people make lists of best-worst movies, but they include too many big-budget films that were just stupid. I’m glad “Thankskilling” is getting the credit it deserves for being terrible, so I won’t include it here. “Ishtar” is boring, not a flaming wreck of a failure. “Attack of the Killer Tomatoes” is intentionally bad, so it doesn’t count (because it’s a success). You’d have to be high to actually enjoy “Turkish Star Wars” even though it is truly, truly awful. And “Manos: The Hands of Fate” is better with the “Mystery Science Theater 3000″ commentary, plus everyone already knows about it, so whatever. Keep reading »

Watch Frank Underwood From “House Of Cards” Impersonate Bill Clinton

Frank Underwood
Frank Just Can't Quit Scheming

In honor of Bill Clinton’s 68th birthday, Hillary apparently called up her pal Kevin Spacey to line up the ultimate gag gift — a “House Of Cards”-themed video. Frank Underwood impersonating Bill Clinton (well, more than usual) is one of the more terrifying things I’ve seen in a while, but in the most entertaining of ways. Totally worth the watch. [Jezebel]

Tori Amos’ Cover Of “Creep” Is Pretty Much Amazing

Tori Amos
Gorgeous

Tori Amos covered Radiohead’s “Creep” at a concert in New York City last week, and it was totally kickass. Who knew a ’90s hit could have such staying power? The song is 22 years old now, and Radiohead rarely performs it anymore. Luckily for us, plenty of awesome artists have shared their own moving interpretations, and Tori’s is no exception. [Refinery 29]

Christina Aguilera Had A Baby Girl & Watch Katy Perry Get Her Nose Pierced

  • Christina Aguilera welcomed her second child into the world on Saturday morning, a little girl named Summer Rain Rutler. Mazel tov! [US Weekly]
  • Jon Hamm revealed to GQ that he turned down “Green Lantern” (which eventually went to Ryan Reynolds). That must have been nice to do after auditioning for “every one of those shows” that was on TV in the ’90s. [Celebitchy]
  • To tamp down further drama while the two continue their tour, Beyoncé has “systematically eliminated” all women who seem like Jay Z’s type from their “circle.” She also apparently started looking for new homes as recently as the week after the Met Gala, when her sister attacked Jay in an elevator over cheating rumors. [US Weekly] Keep reading »

Watch A Bunch Of Celebrities Take The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve likely noticed everyone and their mom is posting videos of themselves to social media, in which they dump buckets of ice water on their heads. The point is to attract attention to Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), more commonly known as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease,” by challenging friends and loved ones to take the challenge or donate $100 to ALS research. Sometimes I find myself questioning how helpful these stunts actually are, but this one has really taken off, raising over $11 million as of this weekend. Not to mention, I just spent 10 minutes reading the ALS Wikipedia page. Anyway, lots and lots and lots of celebs have gotten in on the action, including Lena Dunhama, above. See more after the jump! Keep reading »

The Muppets Take On The Beastie Boys’ “So What’cha Want”

Animal Can't Front On That

Animal, Beeker and the Swedish Chef lace up their shell toes as Ad Rock, Mike D and the late MCA in this randomly perfect Muppets tribute to the Beastie Boys. (Side note: Up until this very moment, I thought the last line was an awesome cunnilingus reference, i.e.: “I got news for your cooch, I’ll be suckin’ like a leech.” It’s crews not cooch?! Bummer.) [Daily Dot]

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