In 1988, a couple dumb jerks broke into the Paramount lot and onto the set of Star Trek: The Next Generation in the hopes of shooting a documentary about the starship Enterprise. What they ended up documenting was a couple dopes bickering about direction, worrying about their hair, and clumsily breaking things until finally getting caught. And now you can follow along on the sad half-hour adventure of "Captain Stone", his submissive cameraman, and Captain Stone's makeshift Starfleet uniform. It is the Wesley of set tours.
As you've no doubt heard countless times in the news, Lance Armstrong's legendary string of cycling wins were a sham. Against regulations and ethics, his inhumanly powerful legs were grown from the corruption of human souls, harvested with black magicks from the life-giving pul... / Continue →
From the producer of the classic Schwarzenegger pumping/cumming exposé Pumping Iron comes its spiritual successor, Generation Iron. Headed to theaters next month, the documentary follows seven of the top guys who professionally raise metal and then set it back down as they comp... / Continue →
Disneynature--Walt Disney Studios' independent documentary offshoot that gave us such breathtaking films as Oceans: What's Going on in There?, Flamingos Are Pretty Weird, Huh?, Look at All These African Cats!, and Chimpanzees?--has a new project headed to theaters next Earth Da... / Continue →