In a clip taken from the 19th November 1999 episode of the U.S. version of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, John Carpenter, an IRS agent from Massachusetts, uses his Phone-A-Friend lifeline, while on the […]
In one of my all-time favourite BBC blunders, “Guy Kewney”, a technology journalist, is interviewed live on BBC News 24 and asked his “expert” opinion, being a technology aficionado, on the Apple Corps vs. Apple Computer case regarding […]
On an August broadcast of his eponymous The Dylan Ratigan Show on MSNBC, Ratigan, a New York Times best-selling author and news anchor, goes on a several-minute rant, having convened a roundtable discussion, about the […]
1. CAPTURING THE FRIEDMANS (2003). In Great Neck, New York, an investigation is started into Arnold Friedman’s life after a parcel is intercepted from the Netherlands, the contents of which comprise a magazine containing child […]
In a miraculous turn of events, Barbara Garcia, a woman whose entire house and neighbours’ houses were destroyed by an Oklahoma tornado in 2013, is amazed when her dog, Cathy, who had seemingly been killed by […]
In a tremendous 30-second clip, David Lynch, when asked at the AFI Dallas International Film Festival of 2007, describes (in the most succinct and honest way possible) what he genuinely thinks of product placement in cinema. […]
Welcome to the world of the most disgusting, most sinister, most violent screen villains ever imagined. From two of Gary Oldman’s creations to a lesser-known X-Files man-monster, here we have the who’s who of cinematic evil.