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Chopsticks Holster

Why? Because you never know when you’re going to have to eat for your life. 17-year old Brandon, the man behold Vanguard Armament, made this tacticool accessory. Now go home, strap it on and practice dry firing. Link -via Everyday, No Days Off

Ex-CIA agent claims Roswell UFO was alien

65 years after the event CIA veteran Chase Brandon has claimed that the crash was no weather balloon. In 1947 a mysterious object crashed at Roswell i…

Lamborghini Batman is a Real Super Hero

Last week we told you about Batman being pulled over by the police in Montgomery County, Maryland for driving his black Lamborghini without proper plates. There turns out to be much more to the story. This Caped Crusader’s alter ego is businessman Lenny B. Robinson, who spends his money and his spare time encouraging sick [...]

7 Curious Cases of Criminal Cats

Animals who steal are referred to as kleptomaniacs, or in the case of cats, “cat burglars,” but they most likely just think of themselves as collectors -they find something they like and take it, with no consideration of the ethics involved. Cats are particularly successful collectors, as they have the combination of curiosity, stealth, and [...]

I Was a Teenage Monster Movie

In the late 1950s, teenage culture was big business-Elvis, James Dean, and rock’n’roll were bringing in the bucks. That’s when (not so coincidentally) a brand new kind of exploitation film appeared-the teenage monster movie. Today it’s just a cliche, but “I Was a Teenage… (fill in the blank)” was hot stuff for a while. Here’s [...]

A Filmmaker’s Reflections

Brandon McCormick is the founder of Whitestone Motion Pictures, an independent outfit dedicated to storytelling via film. Having just completed principal photography on a film called Heartless, Brandon paused to write a brief piece on why doing what he does enlivens him so much. Teams of people labor day in and day out to physically move [...]

The Quick 10: 10 Film Set Tragedies

If you’ve seen the movie based on Stephen King’s Pet Sematary Two, you probably remember the horrifying scene at the beginning when the actress is electrocuted on set while her son (Edward Furlong, back in his dreamy days) looks on. While that particular incident comes to us courtesy of Mr. King, film set tragedies aren’t [...]