PETE'S BASEMENT UNCUT!!
Now see all the crazy shit from the live Periscope broadcast that got snipped on the editing table! Read more »
It's the world's first Solo-Pete episode of Pete's Basement! Hard to believe after 9 years, this is the first time Pete's run the show all by his lonesome. What does that mean exactly? ...It means no one is there to stop him from being...well....Pete.
Seriously, the amount of zany antiques and drunken foulmouthery in this episode should only be attempted by veteran fans, or those clearly misguided and unhinged individuals who like to hear people cursing about comic books. (You can't even imagine the shit Pete said that we had to cut out of this episode!) Read more »
Jessica Jones excitement has a firm grip on the basement. But will it deliver the same one-two punch that Daredevil laid out for Netflix? Ronda Rousey disappoints Pete. Cheeseburger and Ramon join in with three picks for book of the week. The boy's Christmas lists are revealed, and Star Wars tickets are definitely on them. Red Sonja Conan concludes! We kick off our Paybacks contest. And the basement finally answers the question you've all been asking: What is your favorite sandwich? Tune in for this jam-packed pre-Thanksgiving episode!
If you have been tossing, turning and losing sleep over what the Ninja Turtles might look like in the August 2014 release of Jonathan Liebesman and Michael Bay's TMNT, here is a peek to quell your ever growing restlessness.
Director Michael Bay was the victim of an extortion attempt and assault on the set in Hong Kong. Two men approached him demanding 100,000 Hong Kong Dollars, then attacked when he refused to pay. Bay reportedly suffered a minor injury to his face. The two men also assaulted the police who responded to the scene.
Looks like crappy plot isn't the biggest danger when working on a Transformers movie sequel.
Via Fox News
The writer of Snow White and the Hunstman, Evan Daugherty, has signed on to write the next installment of the GI Joe movie series. Jon M. Chu is back in the director's chair after his turn on GI Joe: Retaliation, which starred WWE superstar and actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as the mountain of a man Roadblock. Read more »