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Paczilla - Pacific Rim vs. Godzilla Mashup - Fan Made Trailer HD

Nic Cage Monday: Moore Nic Cage



This Kickstarter doesn't have much time left help it get over the top.

B&R: The Lego HISHE

I love the Batman from How It Should Have Ended . That being said it's a pleasure to see him in Lego form gloating in front of Superman yet again. My favorite part is the "Everything is Batman" song at the end. 

Nic Cage Monday: Bad Boys 2


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10 NBA Free Agents the Miami Heat Should Take a Good, Long Look at This Summer

Image It's been a little difficult to think about basketball this week for Heat fans, especially with so much uncertainty swirling around the Big Three and several other free agents. The Heat clearly have needs to fill and they all center around one glaring issue: Depth. This is a team that straight up ran out of gas in the last three games of the Finals and the one thing they need more than anything is a deeper bench. And it hasn't gotten any easier since Sunday. Shane Battier has already announced his retirement and Chris Anderson announced that he will opt out of his contract, likely looking for more money at a time when the Heat can't afford to pay him. Mario Chalmers's spot on the Heat roster is in jeopardy as well. On the bright side, Udonis Haslem has expressed a desire to restructure his deal to free some cap space. If the Big Three has any desire to continue their dynasty by winning more championships, they will likely have to do the same... N


Star Wars Musical (Disney Parody)


We here at the Vundablog are psyched for Florida Supercon 2014. One of our favorite parts of the convention is the live wrestling every night. So to keep us psyched we will be looking at the past matches of the FSCW.

B&R: How The Dark Knight Should Have Ended

The HISHE Batman is great you know why "Because I'm Batman!"

Midnight MOVIE Matinee: How To Train Your Dragon 2 Review

This weekend we saw How to Train Your Dragon 2 and loved it. Listen to our review podcast .

Nic Cage Monday: Tartar Sauce

This week Nic Cage gets it done in voice over. Nuff said.

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#HEADLINES: White House Allows DACA Extensions, Obama to Ease Student Debt, Iranian Support Nuclear Compromise, Wasserman Schultz Says Pot Proposal 'Too Broad', Qatar World Cup Scandal, Medicare to Cover Gender Confirmation Surgery, CA Voters Approve $600 Million for Homeless Vets

Jim Lo Scalzo / European Pressphoto Agency White House allows young immigrants to extend deportation waivers -- Los Angeles Times "More than half a million young immigrants who were granted temporary deportation waivers can apply for a two-year extension, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said Thursday, in what may be a template for more sweeping White House action before the midterm election. "Under a program that President Obama announced in 2012, about 560,000 people who were brought to the country illegally as children have been granted temporary work permits and two-year deportation deferrals. The first permits will expire in September." AP Photo Obama Plans Steps to Ease Student Debt -- New York Times "Mr. Obama's main action will be to expand on a 2010 law that capped borrowers' repayments at 10 percent of their monthly income. The intent is to extend such relief to an estimated five million people with older loans who are current

B&R: Batman: The Brave and The Bold - Emperor Joker - Where's the fun in that?

As seen before the Batman Brave and the Bold has amazing musical sequences involving Batman and the DC universe. This one let's you rock out with the Joker. The song is quite catchy and get's stuck in your head. "Smile darn ya smile" is almost as iconic as "why so serious" as far as Joker quotes go.  

Update on Daniel Bryan's Condition (SPOILERS) and Money In the Bank Theory/Fantasy Booking (POSSIBLE SPOILERS)

So the big news of the day is that Daniel Bryan will not be cleared to compete in this month's Money In the Bank pay-per-view and therefore will likely--probably tonight--be stripped of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship . This means that the Money In the Bank match at the PPV will likely be for the championship rather than for the briefcase(s) and contract(s). But it doesn't necessarily have to be. Not exactly. Here's what I propose: Reveal tonight on Raw that HHH has inked a deal with Daniel Bryan to split the titles back up again and have Bryan forfeit either the WWE Title or the World Heavyweight Championship while retaining the other. This effectively turns HHH on Steph while still essentially keeping him heel because he believes Daniel Bryan is "best for business" and can make The Authority a lot of money but Steph disagrees because he's insubordinate and beloved and a legitimate threat to their power and she learned from her dad that

Nic Cage Monday: Hermione Cage


#HEADLINES: NSA Could Spy More Under Reform Bill, Student Heroes in Seattle University Shooting, China's Miserable Environmental Report, Scientists Race to Save Doomed Coral, Egypt Criminalizes Sexual Harassment, Sao Paolo Metro Strike, New York Prison Education Program

Scott Olson / Getty Images The NSA Could Actually Spy on More Phone Calls Under Reform Bill -- National Journal "Last month, the House passed the USA Freedom Act, which would force the NSA to give up its massive database of phone records, which contains phone numbers and timestamps of millions of landline calls. Under the bill, the NSA would have to receive court approval for each search of a phone company's records. "But the legislation includes a provision that would require the phone companies to provide 'technical assistance' to help the NSA collect the data in a readable format. "That provision could allow the NSA to more easily access millions of cell-phone records, according to Mark Jaycox, a legislative analyst for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a privacy-advocacy group." KING-TV Officials Hail Hero Students in Seattle Pacific University Shooting -- NBC News "The gunman walked into the lobby and fired multiple gunshots,

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#HEADLINES: Bipartisan VA Reform Compromise in US Senate, Bergdahl Swap = End of Gitmo?, Israel to Expand Settlements in Response to New Palestinian Gov't, NBA Playoffs' Corporate Winners, FL Gov Signs $77 Billion Budget, UN's Next President Is Corrupt Gay-Hater, NYC Task Force Aids Mentally Ill Inmates

Win McNamee / Getty Images Senators Reach Framework To Pay For Veterans' Care Outside System -- NPR "Senators from both parties have reached an agreement on legislation that would expand the ability of veterans to seek government-paid medical care outside the network of the VA medical system. "Sen. Bernie Sanders, an independent from Vermont who is chairman of the Veterans Affairs Committee, was joined by Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain in making the announcement Thursday on the Senate floor." Paolo Pellegrin / Magnum Bergdahl swap could spell the end of Guantanamo -- MSNBC "Ever since President Obama signed an executive order, on his second day in office, to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Republicans have blocked the effort with a steady stream of obstacles, including cutting funding for prisoner transfers to the U.S. and calling for impossible guarantees that released detainees would never pose a threat to America. As the White House


#HEADLINES: Bernie Sanders Takes Lead on VA Controversy, Senate Hearings on Campaign Cash, Seattle OKs $15 Min Wage, U.S. to Aid Child Migrants, Florida Gerrymandering Case with Implications for 2014 Mid-Terms, Israel Condemns US for Backing Palestinian Unity Gov't, China May Limit Carbon Emissions for First Time

AP Photo VA moves Bernie Sanders from stage left to center stage -- Politico "With Eric Shinseki out at the Department of Veterans Affairs, the focus now shifts to Capitol Hill, placing the two-term Vermont independent and Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee chairman at the center of the growing VA health care controversy. Sanders, who caucuses with Democrats, is assembling a legislative package to help address the issue in the hopes that he can consolidate support within the veterans community and assuage concerns of vulnerable Democrats. "In the process, he’ll have to win over enough Republicans to push the bill through the narrowly divided Senate — or maneuver deftly so it appears that Democrats aren’t blamed for its failure. "It’s a tall task for anyone in a gridlocked Congress — let alone a fiery partisan in the middle of an intense election year. And he’s already engaged in a fierce back-and-forth with Republicans on the issue, after the GOP rejected his $2

B&R: Siskel & Ebert Batman (1989) Review

This week the B&R has a classic bit of criticism by the late great Siskel and Ebert. I love how adult Siskel thinks this film is, I wonder what he would have thought of the Dark Knight. It's interesting that they say it's not for kids when I loved it as a kid. Who do you think is the bigger bat-fan between Siskel or Ebert?

Nic Cage Monday: Bane


#HEADLINES: Obama's New Carbon Emissions Rules, NSA Collecting Faces, US Training Anti-Terror Troops in Africa, FL Atty Gen: Gay Marriage Would "Impose Significant Public Harm", Russia and 2 Neighbors Form Economic Union, Obama Admin Sides with Banks in Madoff Case, Palestinians Fear Encroaching Settlement Bloc

Jeff Swensen / Getty Images A guide to Obama's new rules to cut carbon emissions from power plants -- Vox "How can Obama do this without Congress? He'll be working through the Environmental Protection Agency, which already has the legal authority to regulate US greenhouse gases. "Since 2009, the EPA has used that authority to ratchet up fuel-economy standards for cars and light trucks. Then, last year, the agency imposed strict carbon standards on anyone who wants to build a new coal or gas plant in the future. "Now the agency is going even further. The EPA's newest proposal will require the nation's power plants to cut their carbon-dioxide emissions 25 percent in the 2020s and 30 percent by 2030 — compared to 2005 levels." U.S. Marshalls Service via Associated Press / Reuters N.S.A. Collecting Millions of Faces From Web Images -- New York Times "The spy agency’s reliance on facial recognition technology has grown significantly

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