Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino checks into rehab for rest and recuperation.

Wait; is that rest and recuperation for him or for us? That’s a tough one to call.

Crying 4 year old boy meets hoops hero.

The kid goes on YouTube and voila! What’s next? Crying 50 year old man meets Salma Hayek?

The worst things you can eat.

Octogenarian ladies rejoice! You’re not on the list.

Jersey Shore to film with pregnant Wookie.

Oops! My bad!

Michael Jackson’s ‘Who’s Loving You?’ covered by 10 year old girls.

We will now observe 30 seconds of silence for an untold joke that would have gotten me in trouble in the first place.

Sofia Vergara: “There’s nothing slutty about a dental floss bikini.”

She’s right, ladies and gentlemen. I’m wearing one right now and I don’t feel slutty at all. Overexposed, but not slutty.

Monster ‘titanoboa ‘snake invades New York.

Yeah, I know, stupid name. But wouldn’t ‘Big Damned Snake’ be even sillier?

Suri Cruise wears pajamas to dinner in NYC

First of all, how is this news? Secondly, how is it any different from the millions of people who wear their pajama bottoms to convenience stores all across the country?

Marston Hefner: Hugh Hefner’s son pleads no contest to Claire Sinclair domestic violence case.

Hugh should have named his penis ‘Marston’. Sure sounds like the name of a dick to me.

And finally, Nicole ‘Snooki’ Polizzi has admitted to undergoing painful daily electrolysis treatments. The brave Jersey Shore star posted a before picture on her Twitter page to let her fans know the trauma that she goes through each and every day. Here for your viewing pleasure is that very same photo:

WARNING: It’s really graphic

Take care and stay scared, everybody!





BROKEN-United Kingdom-2006

Nadja Brand as Hope

Abbey Stirling as Holly

Written and Directed by Adam Mason and Simon Boyes


I’m not sure how to say this in a delicate manner, so I’ll just say it. I refuse to waste time reviewing this misogynistic piece of garbage. 90 minutes of my life was wasted watching this pile of excrement. You want my review? That’s my review. I have more respect for women in my little finger than the makers of this film have in their entire bodies. This may not be a popular post and it may not get me a whole bunch of page views; but instead of a review I am including a list of links to organizations that help in the fight against rape and domestic violence. I’m sorry this isn’t my usual happy go lucky humorous review. This is a matter I feel strongly about; so maybe next time, folks.

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

National Organization for Women

Rape Abuse and Incest National Network

Center Against Domestic Violence

The sites I have listed are just for starters. Each one will have information that will help you should you decide to become involved or if you need help in any way.

Oh yeah, no blood drops. Enough said.