To be fair their cover of the classic Undertones song is for Comic Relief…which explains why it sounds like a f**king joke!
You’re made of stern stuff if you can make it through to the bitter end. This, Ladies and Gentlemen, is proof that music is dead!
For anyone who’s played Bethesda’s grim, apocalyptic RPG Fallout this news will certainly spike your interest.
Internet rumour suggests that there may be plans in the pipeline for a Fallout TV series after someone discovered that the gaming giant Bethesda had filled for a trademark which covered the rights to the Fallout name in regards to ‘an on-going television programme set in a post-nuclear apocalyptic world.’
Adding even more fuel to the rumour fire was the announcement earlier this month on Twitter by voice actor Eric Todd who informed his followers to expect to hear more from his character ThreeDog in the future, many fans initially thought he had inadvertently leaked news of a Fallout 4 game, but following the discovery of the trademark filing many now believe that ThreeDog will feature in a TV series based on the game.
‘If we fight traffic, we only ever lose.’
This Australian Govt funded public service announcement, encouraging people to slow down when driving, is pretty much one of the smartest adverts you’ll ever see.
For too long now there has been a deluge of jarring and upsetting campaigns to discourage speeders with graphic scenes of carnage and death. This one however takes the anti-speeding battle up to another level, without a single dead body wrapped in twisted metal.
Word round the Internet today is that Tina Fey and Amy Poehler pretty much nailed the presentation duties of last night’s Golden Globe awards.
Just to prove that claim here’s their hilarious opening monologue which pretty much set the tone for the entire evening.
Who needs Ricky Gervais.
In case you missed it here’s that now infamous clip from the BBC series The Polar Bear Family & Me where wildlife filmmaker Gordon Buchanan comes face-to-face with a hungry polar bear.
Taking a leaf out of old Ron Burgundy’s book Buchanan sealed himself up in a perspex case of emotion which was dubbed the ‘Ice Cube’. Sitting inside the transparent housing, which was placed deliberately next to a seal’s breathing hole on the ice, Gordon had the close encounter with a large hungry female polar bear who seemed intent on cracking the box open like a Kinder Surprise egg and eating the delicious human inside.