Afternoon Dubloons – Links In Brief(s).

Stuff which what we found interestin'.

Stuff which what we found interestin’.

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Last Year is a clever horror game where you can play as the slasher or the survivor – (Kickstarter)

A mind melting Delta Force take on the POW/MIA government cover-up – (Mysterious Universe)

Slow motion video of a fly being zapped by an electric zapper – (Laughing Squid)

Movie website Sequels Prequels have concerns about the Jurassic World trailer – (Sequels Prequels)

Here’s a list of all the new sci-fi, fantasy and horror TV shows coming your way in 2015 – (Den Of Geek)

All of this year’s insane Black Friday punch-ups and scuffles – (Uproxx)

A professor who assisted in the Michael Brown autopsy in Ferguson has been exposed as a ‘fraud’ – (Boing Boing)

 

Stealthy Giant has a clever Die Hard tribute t-shirt available now – (Stealthy Giant)

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Afternoon Dubloons – Links In Brief(s).

Stuff which what we found interestin'.

Stuff which what we found interestin’.

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If your booze bottle had realistic and honest labelling – (Total Sorority Move)

Deep fried Tequila shots anyone? – (Oh Bite It)

The Keanu Reeves/Al Pacino movie The Devil’s Advocate is now getting it’s own TV series – (Den Of Geek)

Japan has no road rage. Instead they thank each other with their hazard lights – (Laughing Squid)

Is this the worst commercial ever filmed?

Rockstar Games have just released the San Andreas Flight School update for GTA V – (Rockstar)

20 tech hacks which will change your life – (Popsugar)

We’re getting a Texas Chainsaw Massacre prequel called Leatherface – (Sequels Prequels)

Four classic movies now have their own retro action figures – (Super 7 Store)

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Afternoon Dubloons – Links In Brief(s)

Stuff which what we found interestin'.

Stuff which what we found interestin’.

All the timeline details you need to know about the Breaking Bad spin-off Better Call Saul – (Saulstar)

Colin Farrell could be leading up the cast for True Detective 2 – (Empire)

Jeffrey Katsenberg’s legendary memo written in 1991 in which he predicted the future of cinema – (Den Of Geek)

Android have produced an amazing voice recording app – (Life Hacker)

Police hunted down the prostitute accused of watching a Google exec overdose—and found a trail of dead and damaged men in her past – (The Daily Beast)

Stephen Fry has provoked quite the stir after criticising Operation Yewtree – (Holy Moly)

How Many Of These Authors’ First Novels Have You Read? – (Buzzfeed Books)

Meth – It’s a helluva drug! – (Gawker)

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Afternoon Dubloons

Stuff which what we found interestin’.

An obituary every man, woman and child should read today – (Daily Telegraph)

No sequel to Drive but Gosling’s character might still get behind the wheel – (SPR&R)

The 10 biggest lies told on dating websites – (What Culture)

What does the future hold for the first person shooter game? (Den Of Geek)

Curiousity Rover finds ringpull in Nevada desert something shiny on Mars – (The Sun)

Scrapped US military plans to develop flying saucers finally revealed – (Guardian)

3G security flaw could let anyone track your phone – (Mashable)

Man dies after taking part in a cockroach eating contest – (YouTube)

 

Afternoon Dubloons – Links In Brief(s).

 

Stuff which what we found interestin’.

 

The Hubble telescope has discovered an ancient galaxy which shouldn’t exsist – (iO9)

The BBC claim that there’s a ‘lack of evidence‘ when it comes to performance enhancing sports products, such as drinks and expensive trainers – (BBC NEWS)

The dirty secrets of the supermodels from the 80s – (NY Post)

Modern Family and Anchorman star Fred Willard caught by police doing a ‘pee Wee Herman’ in an adult movie theatre – (Holy Moly)

Two sisters attacked by a beaver in Virginia are now being tested for rabies – (Huffington Post)

A botnet responsible for 18% of all spam emails is now dead. Huzzah! – (Geek O System)

The 10 most irrationally evil fictional companies – (Topless Robot)

British TV shows slated to appear on your small screen over the next few months, which you might not want to miss – (Den Of Geek)

Afternoon Dubloons – Links In Brief(s)

Stuff which what we found interestin'.

 

South African teenager to be caned for posting a mildly offensive Facebook photo caption – (Straits Times)

Tim Burton has zero respect for director Kevin Smith – (Buzzfeed)

Crispin Glover directed a movie about a man with cerebral palsy who has sex with hot women and then murders them shortly after. Feel good movie of the year? – (Film Drunk)

Just in case you thought Whitney Houston was overrated here’s her isolated vocal track on ‘How Will I Know’ – (Jake Fogelnest)

If you’re playing Ragnarok Odyssey on Playstation Vita here’s a comprehensive guide to help you through – (Past The Pixels)

An ‘on the money‘ review of the first episode of HBO’s drama series Luck – (Tachyon TV)

Brace Yourself! There’s to be a sequel to I Am Legend – (Den Of Geek)

HMS Friday’s Link Haul

Stuff which what we found interestin'.

Want to know exactly how much the cast of Jersey Shore make a year? Blood will boil! (via Warming Glow)

Marlon Brando penned a rather creepy letter to an air stewardess during a flight in 1966. (via Film Drunk)

Some amazing pictures of celebrities back in the day. (via This Is Not Porn)

We wonder if the same thing happens when you drink the dye.

15 of the best luckiest scores throughout sporting history. (via Bleacher Report)

The weird and wonderful ways in which music f@cks with your head. (via Cracked)

If only all of the Harry Potter films were more like this.

Apparently there is a sequel planned for one of the worst films of all time, thankfully it’s delayed. (via Den Of Geek)

Artist Jeffrey Thomas has created the perfect Twisted Disney Princesses (via Geeks Of Doom)

Author Neil Gaiman has a refreshing opinion on copyright piracy. (via Gamma Squad)

Your morning slice of schadenfreude.