Merry Christmas and best wishes everyone 🙂
Did you happen to miss the critically-acclaimed movie The Revenant (starring Leonardo DiCaprio)?
If you haven’t caught DiCaprio’s Oscar-winning performance in the man-vs-nature tale, no worries – the guys at CineFix have you covered.
Behold the entire two hour epic as an old-school video game – complete with bears and vengeful mountain men.
Kick off your week with one of the cutest animal videos you’ll ever see.
I don’t know which one I love more – the cat or the dog!
Face it, we all need more panda in our life 🙂
Just wanted to share a few brilliantly crazy (and/or interesting) posts from Buzzfeed that you might’ve missed. I tried to rank this list according to the number of guffaws they elicited from me. If you’re bored maybe can help bring a chuckle or two.
For the cat-lovers out there – if you only have time to check out one of these posts make sure it’s number 7 – “19 Cats Who Are Completely Over Christmas”.
Let me know if you have a favorite Buzzfeed holiday post.
Top 9 Buzzfeed Posts About The Holidays
- Competitive Christmas Tree Tossing for a Veterans Charity in the United Kingdom (laughingsquid.com)
- 5 Ways to Avoid Christma-fying Your Hanukkah (pjmedia.com)
- How To Make Jamie Oliver’s Vegan Christmas Feast (joannegreco.wordpress.com)
- These Christmas Cards Are Perfect For Your Friends In Westeros. (lifebuzz.com)
Need a chuckle today? Watch this ‘Simpsons’ parody by French animator Sylvain Chomet.
Sylvain Chomet has created the most strange and beautiful couch gag for The Simpsons yet.
Starting off as a normal couch gag with the Simpsons sitting down to watch TV, there is a blackout, and when the lights are switched back on everything look very different indeed.
The Oscar-nominated French director, the brains behind The Illusionist and The Triplets of Belleville, brings the Simpsons family into his odd world, which sees Homer eating snails and Lisa rescuing a goose from becoming fois gras before it is devoured by the family dog.
A French-speaking Marge tries to locate Maggie and Lisa who also turns her hand to the accordion in the gag, which can be seen on FOX in the US during the opening credits for the latest episode on Sunday.
Chomet directed the Oscar-nominated The Ilusionist (Picture: Pathe)
Called Diggs, it stars Daniel Radcliffe as the titular character, a new…
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What can I say about this illustration by Jennifer Farley? It’s just a great idea and made me chuckle more than a little.
Here’s how Jennifer describes this drawing –
“In a bid to do my bit for city slickers who may be moving or visiting the countryside, (I am one of those), here is the illustrated Chicken Identification Chart.” – Jennifer Farley
Thanks to I Love Charts
Ahh, it’s a good time to be a geek. HBO’s ‘Games of Thrones’ begins its fourth season on April 2, and ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ starts filming in May.
Prepare to be amazed by the wonders of ‘Super Boat’, starring Russell Crowe as Noah (yes, that Noah).