By now we’re all very familiar with Zack Galifianakis’ funny faux-talk show, Between Two Ferns, where he asks awkward and weird questions of celebrities. It was only a matter of time before someone on the junket circuit tried turning those tables on the comedian, and it happened on the tour for It’s Kind of a Funny Story
Greg Nicotero’s United Monster Talent Agency played to great success at Fantastic Fest this year, and now the short is online for you, the home viewer, to home view! The premise is simple: a Movietone newsreel from the Golden Age of Hollywood (read: Universal) monsters reveals that Frankenstein’s Monster, Dracula, The Wolf Man and Gillman are all actual beasts - and they’re all repped by the United Monster Talent Agency. It’s a fun, winking homage to some of the greatest creatures to ever grace the screen, and it’s filled with terrific Nicotero takes on the most famous monsters of all time.
Give us this day our daily trailer! Every day of the work week Badass Digest will bring you the best, the weirdest, the coolest, the oddest and sometimes even the newest movie trailers in the world. From black and white to 3D blockbusters, we got ‘em all. Today’s installment: THE TINGLER, William Castle’s famous schlock gimmick film.
A guy - a Canadian, I’m guessing from that accent - claims that he can fire .40 cal bullets at ice and that the bullets will sometimes spin on their tips. He manages to do this twice in the video, and waves his hand around to show that there are no strings or wires. And the bullet spins for a long time - much longer than you would expect if it was spun by hand. So what the heck? Is it a miracle?