How many lives does an action hero need to make it through the movie? Screen Junkies aims to find out!
Have you ever wondered how many lives your favorite action hero would really need to survive a movie? We asked an actual doctor to answer that question for us in Screen Junkies’ new series “Honest Action.” First up, John McClane in the Christmas classic “Die Hard.”
You know how some songs are simply awesome, but then they’re overplayed on the radio so much that they become annoying? Yeah, I know you know that feeling, and so does guitarist Chad Neidt. This is the result of that annoyance…
This is not something we get to see much of down here in the South, since it doesn’t snow, but apparently way up in the frostier areas it’s common to put boots on a dog to protect their feet from frostburn due to the ice and salt on the sidewalks. We applaud caring pet-owners anyways, but we especially love them when they provide us with hysterical videos of these dogs who take a little getting used to the boots. This is by far the funniest video you’ll see today!
It may have been a prank for Halloween, but if you’re the kind of person who gets freaked out (the willies) by movies like Paranormal Activity then I’m sure this would freak you out too.
Source: Public Prank
As if Britney Spears wasn’t scary enough without the theatrics!
The “Work B**ch” singer trades in her pop lyrics and dance moves for a faux British accent and a witch’s broom in this goofy Halloween skit, “It’s Britney, Witch!”
Spears partnered with BBC 1 radio host Nick Grimshaw to produce the video. In it, she recites Vincent Price‘s monologue from Michael Jackson‘s classic “Thriller” while sitting on a cobweb-covered throne.
Between reading lines from the spooky speech, she clumsily wields a fake blood-stained ax and talks to a spider perched on her shoulder.