Auntie Fee is the viral cooking sensation that is sweeping the nation! From her exhuberant endorsement of the wonders of dried parsley (“This motherfucker make any motherfucking thing taste good!”) to her self-assessment of the deliciosness of her chicken wings (“It will fall off the motherfuckiin’ bone! I swear this shit will!”) to her love of cooking for children (“It’s just something sweet for the fucking kids”)…the woman is a national treasure just waiting to be discovered by the masses. Ever since Paula Deen’s fall from grace we have needed someone who knows her way around a stick of butter on The Food Network and Auntie Fee is that person. Click the jump to see her at work in the kitchen and prepare to be dazzled.
Rotten Tomatoes Rating: NA (Critics) / 94% (Audience)
Directed By: Jay Oliva, Ethan Spaulding
Written By: Heath Corson
Starring: Kevin Conroy, Matthew Gray Gubler, Giancarlo Esposito, Neal McDonough, John DiMaggio and CCH Pounder
Studio: Warner Brothers Pictures
Synopsis:Being locked away in Arkham has little effect on Joker and his latest desire to detonate a dirty bomb within Gotham. The clock begins to tick and a deadly triangle unfolds as Amanda Waller unleashes Task Force X to save the day…while Batman has his own plans for salvation. – (Source)
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UK artist Joebot has a bucketload of these re-imaginings of beloved pop culture properties as children’s books and while all of them are great my faves have to be the ones he did of Edgar Wright’s ‘The Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy’ (SHAUN OF THE DEAD, HOT FUZZZ and THE WORLD’S END). Click behind the cut to see them in all their glory.
An apocalyptic story set in the furthest reaches of our planet, in a stark desert landscape where humanity is broken, and most everyone is crazed fighting for the necessities of life. Within this world exist two rebels on the run who just might be able to restore order. There’s Max, a man of action and a man of few words, who seeks peace of mind following the loss of his wife and child in the aftermath of the chaos. And Furiosa, a woman of action and a woman who believes her path to survival may be achieved if she can make it across the desert back to her childhood homeland. – IMDb
Lady – Karma
It’s good to know that something good has come from my suffering through this final season of TRUE BLOOD, namely it is where I heard this kick-ass song for the first time.
Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 64% (Critics) / 71% (Audience)
Directed By: Peter Jackson
Written By: Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh
Starring: Michael J. Fox, Trini Alvarado, Peter Dobson, Chi McBride, Dee Wallace and Jeffrey Combs
Synopsis:Charlatan Frank Bannister (Michael J. Fox) has genuine psychic powers, but he doesn’t use them to help people. Rather, he generates cases for his supernatural private-eye firm by harassing a group of hapless ghosts (including a dearly departed Wild West outlaw and an undead judge played by John Astin) into staging hauntings and poltergeists in the homes of likely marks. Bannister’s world turns on its head when he starts noticing real hauntings around town — ghostly assassinations that seem to be tied to the execution 20 years earlier of a brutal serial killer. Lucy Lunskey (Trini Alvarado), the wife of one unlucky victim, teams up with Bannister to get to the bottom of the killings and find out what shut-in Patricia Bradley (Dee Wallace Stone) and her witchy mother (Julia McCarthy) have to do with the sinister spree. – (Source)
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Yahweh bless the folks over at Adult Swim who had the foresight to put together this cartoon, in the classic Hanna-Barbera style, that features Mike Tyson, his adopted Korean daughter, a ghost and a drunken pigeon solving mysteries. Does that not sound like the greatest thing since the invention of the light bulb?