Romeo is Bleeding: Mona's escape

Four minutes of top quality cinematic violence.

The scene from Romeo is Bleeding, where Mona escapes from Jack. Directed by Peter Medak.


You loved the Snuggie. You loved ShamWOW! But you hated the hassle of having to order them separately.

Now there's SnugWow! It's the chamois with sleeves!

From Real Time with Bill Maher.

The Website is Down Ep 2: Excel Hell

Chip takes us on a wild ride into the life of a master salesman. How many sales can he make in a single video? One? Maybe?

Second episode in The Website is Down series.

World Record: Most Extensive Prosthesis

The Guinness Book Of World Records names Leonard McQueeny with having the most extensive facial prosthesis. Nearly half his face is silicone rubber that he can snap on and it has changed his life. This technological medical advancement was developed in Australia. Other footage shows people with prosthetic ears and noses. This segment is taken from the American television show Guinness Book Of World Records: Primetime. Not for the squeamish.

Full Metal Jacket: 10 Minutes of Boot Camp

The first ten minutes of boot camp from the film Full Metal Jacket (Stanley Kubrick, 1987).

Hartman pounding young men into soldiers through intimidation and adroit (often poetic) command of the colorful side of the English language.

Louis C.K. Feeding and Cleaning

Louis CK describes why it's impossible to enjoy being a parent and why you are wrong if you think it gets easier as kids get older.

... Jesus was Black, So Was Cleopatra. NSFW.

His fans know well that veteran stand-up comedian and prolific writer Paul Mooney is no stranger to controversy.

In this Laugh Factory performance he touches on everything from celebrities to the history of the human race. Longtime followers and newcomers alike will double over with laughter at Mooney's perpetually scathing, but always truthful, brand of humor.

From a 2006 performance.

RT 83:04

Horizon: Life & Death in the 21st Century

Living forever... BBC production, January 2000, RT 45:05 (short a couple of minutes worth of introduction).

Its humanitys oldest dream immortality, a world where we never age, a world where death will be purely optional, and a handful of scientists believe that this really will be our future. For now biologists understand the mechanisms that make us age and make us die, and some of them think they know how to reverse both, stop nature in its tracks and make us immortal, like the gods.

Foghorn Leghorn: Lovelorn Leghorn

Merrie Melodies presentation, released September 8, 1951, RT 7:15.

The other hens make fun of Miss Prissy, who still has not found a husband. Prissy sets out, rolling pin in hand, to find one, and she comes upon confirmed bachelor Foghorn Leghorn in the midst of his feud with the barnyard dog.