It’s time we had a dry, statistical analysis of Air Bud, the dog who sucks at basketball

Sure, there’s nothing in the rules that says a dog can’t play basketball, but there’s also nothing in the rules that says we can’t talk about how much that dog actually sucks. A new article from Mel Magazine (which, full disclosure, is written by ClickHole and Onion contributor Rajat Suresh) does just that via a…

Thanks, MIB: International, for giving us a chance to celebrate the Men In Black animated series

In anticipation of this week’s premiere of Men In Black: International, YouTube’s Mr. Sunday Movies decided to revisit perhaps the least-remembered chapter of the decades-old franchise—Men In Black: The Animated Series. Despite this video being the latest installment of their continuing “Caravan Of Garbage” series—one…

Justin Bieber inspiring people to challenge celebrities 31 years older than them to fights

Yesterday, we reported on pop star Justin Bieber inexplicably challenging Tom Cruise to an MMA fight . We’re still very much in the dark as to why Bieber thinks it’s a good idea to square off against Cruise who—it must be said—could definitely kick his ass, despite being 31 years his senior. His unprovoked challenge,…

Watch the opening number from last night’s Tony Awards, featuring Bryan Cranston having to pee

Last night, host James Corden kicked off the annual Tony Awards ceremony as you might expect: By singing a song about the magic of theater. Specifically, Corden’s song-and-dance routine made the case that a night on Broadway is far more interesting than anything streaming on your cable box at home because theater is…

The Saturday Night Live cast can't stop breaking in this blooper reel of its pre-taped segments

Breaking—as in, breaking character because you’re having a giggle fit—has become such a common occurrence on SNL over the last decade that it was given its own tribute song during the 40th anniversary episode. It should come as no surprise, then, that the cast of SNL breaks even more when there isn’t a live audience…

Quentin Tarantino lauds Sergio Leone as “the greatest of all Italy’s filmmakers” in new essay

Perhaps more than any other director working today, Quentin Tarantino owes his success to the filmmaking greats who came before him. The years he spent working in a video rental store, obsessively watching every revered classic and forgotten B-movie, would directly inform the types of films he would pay homage to in…

The Babadook gets rainbow-colored, limited edition Blu-ray release for Pride Month

Pride Month, among other things, is about celebrating and giving thanks to the LGBT heroes that came before us. That’s why, as reported by Vulture, IFC Midnight and Shout Factory are releasing a limited-edition Blu-ry of The Babadook, Jennifer Kent’s 2014 horror movie starring The Babadook, noted queer icon and the…

Revisit the Beastie Boys' seminal Ill Communication with a new mini-documentary

When you’ve had a music career as long and varied as the Beastie Boys, you’re bound to have a handful of good stories to tell. Adam Horovitz and Mike Diamond shared one such story in a new mini-documentary from Amazon Music that chronicles the band’s recording of 1994's Ill Communication. That album—which followed the…