Why Middle Class America Loves The Black Keys Forbes I mulled over what he had said and realized that if he wasn't right—that if Black Keys aren't the most credible mainstream rock band out there right now—they've definitely convinced a lot of...
Developer Naughty Dog's hit video game The Last of Us was not only one of the best games released in 2013---and chosen as the Game of the Year by many, myself included---but, to put it boldly, one of the best ever we the gamers of the world have been fortunate enough to play.
Because of this, it should come as no surprise whatsoever that a movie adaptation of the game is officially in the works. Naughty Dog's Evan Wells, Christophe Balestra, Neil Druckmann, and Bruce Straley will produce, as well as Sam Raimi through his Ghost House Pictures banner. Screen Gems will distribute the movie. [...]
The Roots Of The Black KeysMOJO (blog)Dan Auerbach never did get to see the late Kimbrough play in his legendary Chulahoma juke joint but the root groove of the Mississippi delta blues provider formed the bedrock of the Black Keys sound, as evidenced...
No video game has ever survived a movie adaptation – from Super Mario Bros to Prince of Persia, it’s been one disaster after another. As The Last of Us movie gets the green light, here are five of the worst examples
If this is an April Fool's joke... I really can't be held accountable for what I do.You may think you have a lot of questions after watching this video, but let me assure you that you don't. You don't have any questions, because there is nothing else you need to know. Goat Simulator is happening, and you want it. It's going to be released to Steam on April 1st, which has a lot of people terrified that this is a joke. The cruellest joke of all time."But Johnny," you say, "why would I want a Goat Simula—" Shut up. Just shut up and experience something good for once in your life without your usual cynicism. Goat Simulator is the one pure thing in this cesspool of a world.This is only a slightly exaggerated version of what goats are like. Somewhere in the past, goats used evolution's cheat code, and now they're practically invincible, are bizarrely agile, and consume so much food (of any variety) that they have replaced immigrants in some parts of the country for landscaping purposes. They're also good eatin' and milkin', but that's besides the point here. They are also, when they want to be, gigantic assholes. Check out these videos to experience the wide range of goat amazingness:
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