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Awesome Affordable Etsy Find: The First Rule Of Cross Stitch Is…

If you want to spice up your home decor situation, try hanging this sweet little embroidery hoop on your living room wall. “Fight Club” fans will immediately recognize the quote, people who haven’t seen the movie will be confused, and everyone will feel vaguely threatened. Mission accomplished. [$12, Valerie Photo] Keep reading »

What’s The First Rule Of Ferris Club?

What would happen if Cameron from “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” went off the deep end a la Tyler Durden in “Fight Club”? Find out in the mash-up film “Ferris Club.” Fathers’ cars everywhere … beware. This one is bound to become an instant classic. [Slashfilm] Keep reading »

Jane Austen’s Fight Club


No corsets. No hat pins. No mercy. [The Daily What]
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What If “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” Had A “Fight Club” Twist?


The “Ferris Bueller Fight Club Theory” has been floating around the film world for a while now. The idea is—what if Cameron actually imagined Ferris Bueller as an extension of himself to fight his dull existence and deal with his love for Sloane? The way Edward Norton unknowingly created Tyler Durden in “Fight Club”? Interesting, no? Well, some fine web troller decided to make a trailer for the theory by doctoring clips from everyone’s ’80s favorite. And it turned out awesomely creepy. Enjoy! [/Film] Keep reading »

Drew Barrymore’s Female Fight Club

A few years ago, I heard a rumor about a female fight club on a college campus in North Carolina. I tried for months to find someone who was a member so that I could write a story about them, but I never got very far because, well, we all know the first rule of fight club. Turns out, I should have been talking to Drew Barrymore. In the new issue of Time Out New York, in addition to snapping some gorgeous photos of New York City, Drew sat down for an interview to talk about her directorial debut, the roller derby flick “Whip It.” Here’s what she had to say about the movie and the huge bruises all over her body.

“What I love about [roller derby] is that it’s real and high stakes. And by the way, it’s scary as sh*t to do. I wouldn’t have guessed that the first film I directed would have a sports element, but then again it doesn’t surprise me, because I love girls getting to do what boys do…We also had female fight club. We discovered at a bar one night that I definitely have that, like, feisty little boy inside of me, and when I drink he comes out.” [Time Out]

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Boy Arrested For Bombing Starbucks, Just Like Brad Pitt

Some people are so unoriginal these days. A 17-year-old kid was arrested Tuesday night for a bombing inspired by Brad Pitt’s character Tyler Durden in the movie “Fight Club.” Kyle Shaw set off the homemade bomb made of fireworks powder, a metal cap, a plastic bottle, and electrical tape around 3:30am. His target—a Starbucks, just like in the film. No one was hurt in the blast, but Shaw faces charges of arson, criminal mischief, and criminal possession of a weapon. Looks like Kyle really took the movie to heart—Kyle and his no-doubt equally dim friends run their own fight club kicking each other’s asses in Central Park. Hopefully they can just knock each out from “reenacting” more movie scenes. [Huffington Post]

These “Fight Club” groupies aren’t the only movie buffs to bring scripted crimes to life. Here are more real-life deviants not creative enough to draft their own crimes. Keep reading »

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