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Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

What Would Happen if Batman Met The Avengers? [VIDEO]

Angst and shouting, my friends. Angst and shouting.

(via: ScreenRant)

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Hey, Even (Especially?) Evil Kids Need Daycare [VIDEO]

Kids. Sometimes they’re sweet, sometimes they’re bratty, and sometimes they’re evil hellions… literally. Though that tends to happen more in the movies than in real life. Here, CollegeHumor gives us a look at a very specialized daycare, where a friendly horror movie Mary Poppins (no, not this one) has to deal with all the creepy children from The Shining, The Exorcist, Ringu, The Omen, Children of the Corn, and the like. Better her than me. She’s better at evil chanting from The Evil Dead‘s Necronomicon than I am. (Not for lack of trying, I might add.)

(via: Laughing Squid)

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You know nothing Jon Snow

The Dark Secret of HBO GO [VIDEO]

Fellow Game of Thrones fans: You know how it goes. You want to watch this week’s episode, but you don’t get HBO! Or you don’t have a TV, whatever. You could bide your time until an illegal download shows up and acquire it that way. (And many do—Game of Thrones was the most pirated show of 2012.) You could wait a few months until it comes out on DVD and marathon the whole season at once. (Does anyone actually do this?) Or you could, as in this video from CollegeHumor, just borrow someone else’s HBO GO password. Easy peasy. Except when the password wasn’t theirs to begin with. And further and further down the rabbit hole we go…

(via: Laughing Squid)

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Bloody Good Fun

Here’s Season Two of Game of Thrones Summarized in an 8-bit Video Game

It’s been well over a month since season two of Game of Thrones came to an end, but I am still in withdrawal. Sometimes it gets ugly. Sometimes I imagine taking my imaginary dragons over to George R. R. Martin’s house and demanding that he tell me everything about Jon Snow’s mother and promise me Arya will stay safe and not-dead until she is very, very old. So really, anything that takes my mind off of the wait til season three is probably healthy. Especially this, Game of Thrones season two as imagined as an 8bit video game. It reminded me of two very valuable lessons: Don’t piss off Dany, and never trust a woman who gives birth to the smoke monster from Lost.

(via GeekSugar)