Audio Visual

Here’s Strand of Oaks with the official video for “Goshen ’97.”

Strand of Oaks – “Goshen ’97″ (Official Video)

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Censored aplenty, but probably still NSFW.

Honest Trailers – The Wolf of Wall Street

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We now have our final trailer for the X-Men: First Class sequel X-Men: Days of Future Past which features Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) sent back in time to convince a young and disillusioned Professor Charles Xavier (James McAvoy) to stop the rise of the Sentinels and the end of mutant kind (and perhaps all life) on Earth. The movie returns actors from both First Class and the original X-Men movies including Halle BerryAnna PaquinJennifer LawrenceEllen PageNicholas HoultShawn AshmoreLucas TillPatrick Stewart, and both Michael Fassbender and Ian McKellen as Magneto. The movie opens in theaters everywhere on May 23rd.

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How It Should Have Ended turns its attention to Disney’s Oscar-winning Frozen.

How Frozen Should Have Ended

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Here’s country singer Martina McBride performing Etta James‘ “In The Basement” on The Arsenio Hall Show.

Martina McBride Performs ‘In The Basement’

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Sir Patrick Stewart and Sir Ian McKellen Play The Newlywed Game

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Wondering what Donald Glover has been up to since leaving Community? Wonder no longer.

Childish Gambino – Sweatpants ft. Problem

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A.I. Teddy

by Cap'n Carrot on April 14, 2014 · 0 comments

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Proving you can merchandise almost anything (even more than decade later) comes this talking Teddy from Stephen Spielberg’s A.I. If commercially successful I’m sure LEGO sets of the Flesh Fair and futuristic serialized buildings housing various sexbots will soon follow.

AI Teddy – Around the house via kottke.org

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Professional illustrator and designer Russell Walks has created a series of WWII Propaganda Posters. For more on his work check out his official site.

star-wars-propaganda-posters

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Our pal Nick Mundy sits down with Screen Junkies to go over the steps he would take to make sure the new installment of Michael Bay’s supremely-awful Transformers franchises sucks a little less this time.

How To Fix TRANSFORMERS

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