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  • The 10 Worst Lines In Cinema History…Ever.

    Hollywood cinema is an American staple of escapist entertainment—pure, fanciful popcorn-consuming films meant to bring otherwise impossible scenarios to a heightened degree of tangibility. As with any fictional tale, the viewer must suspend disbelief in order to fully enjoy any film. But, with some films, there is an occasional line that is so cheesy, poorly written, poorly delivered, or otherwise cringe-worthy that it takes the viewer out of the universe of previous immersion. This begs the question: what are some of the lines in films that tarnish the entirety of the story?

  • United States Hangover Statistics [Infographic]

    Looking at these statistics makes me feel much better about my own alcohol consumption. I always thought of myself as a real mess with my constant drinking and incessant hangovers who most of society looked down upon, but it turns out that most of you folks are drunks too! How about we grab a drink to celebrate this revelation? 

  • Bearcats Baseball Post Game Shenanigans

    The University of Cincinnati Bearcats really know how to have a good time. Their post-game interviews are quickly becoming legendary for all the background hijinks (I’m partial to the jousting catchers). I suppose that when you have a 24-32 record, you need to enjoy yourself somehow. And as bonus, we’ve got all the shenanigans captured in GIF form for you kids to use in your Reddit comments or whatever it is you do with them.

  • Fire Breathing Captured In Slow Motion With 24 GoPro Cameras [Video]

    At this point, you know any GoPro video is going to be amazing and this one is no exception. They really take filming to the extreme this time, though, by rigging 24 cameras together to capture a fire breather from every angle. You can even catch a glimpse of the camera array at the 20 second mark. The result is an effect straight out of The Matrix for a fraction of the cost.

  • Combining Rap Music With Classical Songs: Biggie, Big L, and Tupac mixed with Chopin’s Scherzo No. 2 from 1837

    What do Biggie, Big L, Tupac and Frederic Chopin all have in common? They are all long dead, of course! But that pesky detail is a minor speedbump in the rap world. The four deceased artists recently got together with a little help from SoundCloud user Dr Wick and released this track. It’s definitely a decent effort. It can’t be particularly easy to fit prerecorded rap vocals over classical music, which would account for the relatively short Chopin sample. Unfortunately, this causes the track to get repetitive rather quickly. All things considered though, it’s a good effort, and it serves as a great reminder of how talented Big L was.

  • I’m the Accidental Owner of a Banksy

    What do you do when Banksy chooses your building as his canvas? Do you have an obligation to save it for posterity? In England, having his work on buildings has helped increase their worth. Will the same hold true for New York? The owner of the building where Banksy made his mark on Day 17 of his NYC “exhibition” will soon need to find out these answers. 

  • Haunted Shopping Cart at Target Prank [Video]

    YouTube prankster MagicOfRahat, best known for his Invisible Drive-Thru videos we featured earlier this year, has a trick just in time for Halloween. This time he masquerades as a haunted shopping cart, pushing itself through a Target store and confusing other customers in the process. What caught my attention was the Capri Sun Super V in the cart. Did you know they put vegetables in Capri Sun now? I feel sorry for kids these days.

  • If Turning Money Into Art Is Wrong, We Don’t Want To Be Right [21 Photos]

    Take note everyone: There’s a lot more you can draw on paper money other than genitalia or adding a ‘B’ and ‘R’ to make BONER. Also, despite what many people think, drawing on money is not illegal as long as you’re not changing the dollar amount. So grab your Crayolas, kiddies, and get creating.  And please, try your hardest to refrain from drawing a “doobie” in the mouths of our forefathers.

  • Jay-Z’s Most Name-Dropped Brands (Infographic)

    Vanity Fair recently published this piece taking a close look at HOVA’s lyrics to see which brands he name-drops the most. It looks as though Jay’s love for Lexus and Cristal went out the window when Maybach came into his life. Gucci, which had been a pretty consistent contender for brand affinity also vanished when Jiggaman found out what Tom Ford was.

  • Watch Insane People On Bikes Fall Down Mountains At Red Bull Rampage [Video]

    Red Bull Rampage is an insane downhill mountain bike competition held annually in Utah’s Zion National Park. The 2013 Rampage wrapped up on October 13 and featured the biggest backflip ever and the biggest no-hander ever. This video collects all the best moments from last weekend, both the successes and the horrible, painful fails. It looks like a lot of fun, but as someone who split their chin open after a poor attempt at a wheelie (at the age of 27!), I probably should remain a spectator.

  • See What The Cast Of “Boy Meets World” Looks Like Today

    It’s been 20 years since Boy Meets World first aired, oh how time flies, and Entertainment Weekly reunited the original cast for their latest issue. Ben Savage, William Daniels, Danielle Fishel (see her Maxim photos here), Rider Strong, the gang is back together. The only person missing from the shoot with Minkus who kind of looks like an albino black guy now.

  • New Nike NYC Logo Was There All Along, We Just Had to Erase It

    Husband-and-wife design studio, Triboro, we’re faced with the challenge of creating a new logo for Nike NYC, not only did they meet the creative expectations expected when working with one of the most innovative companies in the world, they took on manipulating the most recognizable logo in the world. Normally a rule #1 no-no, but the subtraction of letter ‘appendages’ in the word ‘NIKE’ creates an interesting take take away on NYC. Sure the ‘Y’ Seems to be backwards, but that just adds to the uniqueness only a brand like Nike can get away with. The design firm is no stranger to working with top tier companies such as GQ, Vanity Fair and Intel, but this will surely put them on a pedestal. [h/t] Visual News  

  • The Running Of The Bulls Comes To America

    Two enterprising ex-lawyers are risking their livelihoods to reinvent a centuries-old Spanish tradition for thrill-seeking weekend warriors. But what are the long-term prospects for a venture that relies on its customers getting trampled by large, angry animals?

  • Cook Me Dinner, Friends: Maple Glazed Pork Chops

    This week has been a whirl wind of flavor, starting out with spicey buffalo turkey burgers then chicken curry and Last night I visited Jameel in the heart of Hamilton Park, Jersey City for some good ol’ fashioned pork chops. Maple glazed pork chops actually. Butter maple glazed pork chops to be exact. All in all the entire meal took about 20 minutes total to make, but the return on flavor was out of this world. The ancho chili powder complimented the sweetness of the maple glaze to create a bond of flavor Isaac Newton would be proud of. Cook Me Dinner, Friends: It’s time for a change. So I’m setting out every night this week to find simple easy to make meals taught by young professionals on a budget and time constraint. The mission; contact friends and colleagues around the NYC area to invite me into their humble abodes and apartments to cook me their signature dishes. Their go-to dish they can make with their eyes closed after a long day of office f*ckery. So I bring to you, ”Cook Me Dinner, Friends” Ingredients: 4 teaspoons ancho chili powder 1 teaspoon salt 6 (10-ounce) center cut bone-in pork chops, more »

  • RSVLTS Fall ’13 Snapbacks Available Online

    Rejoice, friends. Our delectable snapbacks are in stock and available at the RSVLTS Store. Four separate colorways all with their own unique identity. A black and red colorway featuring our own rendition of the American flag with our alternative RSVLTS logo on the side, a black and teal colorway with our signature logo and pink accents, a black and grey colorway with a teal RSVLTS alternative logo and a white and black colorway with a black signature logo. These hats are guaranteed to make you look like you’re wearing a hat.

  • Newly Discovered Asteroid Will Kill Us All In 2032 (Maybe)

    Give up on all your hopes and dreams, start saying goodbye to your loved ones, and find a bar to sit at for the next 19 years. Astronomers in Ukraine have discovered an Asteroid that has a 1 in 63,000 of colliding with us. Those odds may be slim, but they are way better than the Jersey Cash 5, which I still have hopes I’ll win someday. Guess it won’t matter much anymore though. Because of the end of the world and all that.

  • Has Banksy Finally Been Revealed? – SPOILER ALERT [Photos]

    For the past week the reclusive street artist Banksy has been dominating the New York City art scene with his mysterious Better Out Than In campaign. New Yorkers can visit an almost unlimited amount of art in the city but each day they eagerly await the revelation of the newest Banksy, which raises an interesting but relevant question, “who the hell is Banksy?” No one seems to know. And for a guy that got nominated for an Oscar and has sold millions of dollars of art all over the world, it is pretty amazing he has kept his identify a secret this long. Well, it finally looks like someone captured Banksy on camera. With the ubiquity of cell phone cams it was bound to happen eventually. Although the ambiguity of it all has given Banksy more of a legend status. The mystery of exactly who he is was part of the intrigue, his work and clever talent always spoke for itself, especially in this self indulged world of selfies and humble bragging. The blank canvas of banksy’s identity put him on a hierarchy of virtue in that he let his work do the talking.

  • 12 Things You Need To Know About Breaking Bad Spin-off “Better Call Saul”

    With Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan announcing that he intends for Walter White and Jesse Pinkman to appear on Better Call Saul, we got to wondering what other info is out there. After all, this will probably THE show of 2014. So, after smoking a bit of the blue sky (not really(really?)) and suddenly gaining the energy to search every bit of the internet for any scrap of information about the show, we were able to compile Everything You Need to Know About Better Call Saul (so far).

  • Yoga Pants Thursday: Tough Mudder Edition [57 HQ Photos]

    There are four inevitable truths about Tough Mudder. Firstly you’re going to get muddy (obviously). Secondly you’re going to get zapped by the Electroshock Therapy. (hot tip: it doesn’t hurt, unless you get zapped directly in the eyeball. Don’t be that guy… just cover your face and run as fast as you can.) Thirdly, there will be free, icy cold Dos Equis at the finish line. Fourthly, the unofficial required apparel for girl is yoga shorts (or pants depending on the weather). FTW! We ran the Tough Mudder in Englishtown, NJ this past Saturday and it was like a yoga pants flash mob. Everywhere you look, yoga pants. It’s because of this we had the brilliant idea around the ninth mile to do a Yoga Pants Thursday dedicated to Tough Mudder.

  • 6 Presidents Who Never Would Have Been Elected Today

    Some of our most beloved presidents could never get elected by today’s voters. Whether it’s due to their physical attributes, elitism, or questionable personal lives, we could have been without some of our greatest executives if they were born in a different generation. Even our hallowed Teddy Roosevelt made the list!

  • Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel (Trailer)

    The latest project by Wes and the gang, revolves around a young lobby boy and his hotel mentor, played by Ralph Fiennes. The usual dry, minimalist tom foolery takes place, as does it always in Anderson flicks, amongst a backdrop of beautiful scenery. The movie recounts the adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend. I don’t really need to explain much more just look at the regular round up for it; Adrien Brody, Willem Dafoe, Jeff Goldblum, Harvey Keitel, Jude Law, Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Jason Schwartzman, Tom Wilkinson and Owen Wilson.

  • Our Favorite Celebrity Mugshots (25 Photos)

    With the recent arrest of Christopher McDonald, better known as Happy Gilmore’s Shooter McGavin, for DUI and the subsequent release of his mugshot, we thought we’d pull together some of our other favorite celebrity mugshots. Some you wouldn’t expect (John Mayer), some still managed a pretty good photo (Michelle Rodriguez), and some are downright pathetic (ShamWow Vince). Also, Scott Sapp looks like he’s been crying and is really dreading calling his mommy and telling her he messed up. 

  • 15 Songs Added To RSVLTS’ “Alternative Essentials” Spotify Playlist – Stream For Free Now

    After spending hours researching new alternative rock music online I can confidently say that our “Alternative Essentials” playlist on Spotify really is one of the best sources for good rock music on the web. The playlist has an incredible track record for predicting hot new bands way before their songs go mainstream. From Capital Cities to Lorde to The Neighbourhood to Fitz and the Tantrums (above) you heard them first on RSVLTS “Alternative Essentials.”

  • This 19 Year Old ‘Hair of the Dog’ Beer Costs $2,000

    Wine that costs over $1,000? Yeah, maybe, but a beer? What has the world come to? Portland-based Hair of the Dog Brewery is releasing “Dave” is a strong, dark beer with 29% alcohol content that has been aged for 19 years. The $2,000 price tag was implemented by Alan Sprints, Dave’s creator, it was designed to make people look at beer in a higher standard. With the emergence of craft breweries, beer has taken on a higher brow identity, almost snobbish in a sense (I blame the hipsters), but what “Dave” is doing is probably the first of many, the same way big contract baseball did in the 90′s, opening up the market to pay big money for brews. The myth that some beers don’t age like wine is actually false, the more mass produced beers go bad after time, but craft brews with better quality ingredients and flavor age well, bringing out certain flavors while mellowing others. I guess the sales of “Dave” Speak for themselves. Dave’s price has went up steadily over the last decade and a half, from US$80 in 1998 to US$2,000 this year, the brewery released 12 bottles of Dave last month, they sold out within a few hours.

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