Every day the staff here at Click are finding and sharing links they find interesting. Some are industry relevant, some are just good for a chuckle. We’ve decided to collect a handful of them to share.

-Just in case you haven’t heard, Ron Burgundy is stayin’ classy and comin’ back to the big screen! Get excited.

-The Horror Vacui photo project imagines movie villains in their old age. Sweet.

-Take a look at flavorwire’s list of all-time weirdest facial hair on film. *Warning, may cause mustache/beard envy.

The Hunger Games reenacted by Beanie Babies, starring ‘Katniss Everbean’. Brilliant.

-“I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass…And I’m all out of bubblegum.” Check out the 25 best one-liners in action movies.

-A must-have LEGO set for all of you Shaun of the Dead fans. AND a gotta-have iPhone case for Star Wars fanatics.

-Did the gang from Clueless really think we would forget about them? As if!

-Everyone is buzzin’ over the $640M record Mega Millions jackpot. Take a look at your odds of winning….may they be ever in your favor.

-And finally, your Weekend Moment of Zen: Move over rubber ducky, you aren’t the only animal making bath time so much fun.

Happy Friday and have a great weekend!

Every day the staff here at Click are finding and sharing links they find interesting. Some are industry relevant, some are just good for a chuckle. We’ve decided to collect a handful of them to share.

Hunger Games fans! Today’s your day! Further prep yourself for the games with this map of Panem.

-And just for good measure, here’s how Hunger Games characters would look as “Simpsons” stars.

-There’s something so wonderful about knowing that “Curb Your Enthusiasm’s” portrayal of Larry David, is in fact, absolutely spot on.

-A group of high-schoolers constructed a “Battlestar Galactica” Viper flight simulator in their garage. Ah-maz-ing.

-In case you haven’t noticed, pinterest is the new black.

-Gaming. Then & now.

-Tweets here, tweets there. But who to follow? TIME has chosen 140 best Twitter feeds to assist you in your selections.

-Celebrate the return of “Mad Men” on Sunday with a proper beverage in hand.

-Horror and Sci-Fi movie posters get a make-over. Sweet.

-Hey fellas. If you’re having some trouble with the ladies, try spittin’ some game nerd style.

-And finally, your Weekend Moment of Zen:
In celebration of Twitter’s 6th Anniversary, Jimmy Kimmel asked a few celebrities to read hate tweets from fans. Enjoy! (Slightly NSFW)

Happy Friday! Happy Hunger Games! Have a great weekend!

To say the Click Team is excited to see The Hunger Games would be an understatement. We have a plan to gather in Pasadena, have some snacks and see the film together on opening day. But perhaps no one is more excited than our own Haley Lierman, who penned this ode in anticipation. Enjoy.

Hunger Games Poem

Time to pack up your arrows, and pick up your bow

Grab your mockingjay pin and your orange pack in tow

Say farewell to your friends, your loved ones, and kin

Because 7:30 this Friday the Games will begin.

You’ve been drawn from all districts of the City LA

And now the lottery’s made clear that it’s your turn to play.

You can’t run or hide, so paint on your flames

And get your bad ass to the Click Hunger Games.

You have only a minute to grab your pack

(And it’s no combo pack with a BD stack).

If you’re lucky you might get yourself away from the zoo

Before Mac the Career will dice you in two.

Find water, a weapon, and maybe some food–

If you can’t find all three, you probably are screwed.

Dinah’s got a bow, and it your turn to run

Because with that in her hands she’s already won.

Tyler, oh Tyler, let’s be honest, he’s dead

Julie took him out with knife to the head.

Kim’s now got a sword but there’s no time to discuss.

If we stick around she’ll go Zelda on us.

Emily and Tommy: we know they’re a team

Much like Thing 1 and Thing 2, we know they can scheme…

Jackie’s got explosive experience; I hear she’s the best

But Dre, she’ll sneak up on you while you’re taking a rest.

Game Maker Scott, he can’t be ignored

Because he’ll kill us all if the Capitol’s bored.

We’ll fight to the death!… After we eat some good food

In Pasadena on Friday, the games will conclude.

And I hope that survival is your favorite flavor

Because history proves the odds AREN’T ever in your favor.

Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day and everyone will be out wearing green (or pinching those who aren’t) and it’s no different here at Click! Today, we gathered the lads and lassies and put together some of our favorite Irishy moments in film to celebrate the patron saint of Ireland.  It’s said he drove all the snakes out of Ireland, which makes him ultimately responsible for Anaconda.  And, for that, we thank you.


The Commitments

If you want to confuse and delight people at your St. Patrick’s Day party this year, spin The Commitments soundtrack. “What’s with the Aretha and Otis? Where’s the U2? Where’s the Dropkick Murphys?” they’ll wonder (assuming they have limited knowledge of Irish rock. Most people do). Because no one expects the music that sounds like it’s bleeding soul could have come out of Dublin, and yet that’s the beauty of The Commitments. In 118 minutes you watch a band come together, be amazing, fight, and ultimately fall apart, and it’s equal parts hilarious, poignant, and brilliant. Most of all, because they exclusively cover badass soul classics, it totally rocks. When they finally get “Mustang Sally” right, it’s kind of shocking. The “Try a Little Tenderness” finale will break your heart—the band is too volatile to last, but the music is so beautiful it will last forever. Because the best thing about The Commitments is that while the band falls apart and the movie ends, we still have the soundtrack to be our comfort. And, of course, to confound our friends for many St. Patrick’s Day parties to come.


The Boondock Saints

The Boondock Saints

My favorite Irish lads are the MacManus twins from The Boondock Saints. Two brothers righting wrongs in their Boston neighborhood through vigilante justice while being chased by Willem Dafoe in one of his quirkier roles. While fairly juvenile, it’s infinitely rewatchable and sports some inventive violence and hilarious bits of dialogue, including an excellent scene where the brothers argue about the benefits of needing a rope as part of their vigilante arsenal.


Waking Ned Devine

Quick-witted, clever, fun, full of Irish charm, and life –describes not only this film, but the characters in it. (Well, except Ned). This movie makes me smile and long for a quaint village life. Set in a lovely Irish village near cliffs so beautiful I could sit and ponder the meaning of life for days and never tire of looking out to sea, even through torrential rain. Everything about this movie makes me wish I was Irish. So raise a glass to Ned, Slainte.



I grew up watching Rudy alongside my dad and brother, and in the 257 times we watched this beloved underdog-story full of heart and determination, we would always find ourselves inevitably drenched in tears. Sports fan or not, this movie speaks wholeheartedly and honestly to anyone who’s ever dared to dream big. The scene where Charles S. Dutton’s character, ‘Fortune’, convinces Rudy not to quit in reminding him that he’s “five feet nothin’, a hundred and nothin'”, makes me feel like I can do pretty much, anything. And, of course, that glorious final scene. A stadium ringing to the brim with chants of “Rudy…Rudy”. Rudy running on the field. Rudy sacking the quarterback, and being lifted on the shoulders of his teammates. No, I am not crying. (Yes, I am) Go Fighting Irish!


Circle Of Friends

Circle of Friends made such an impact upon my first viewing during my adolescence! Sure, I went to see it because of clean-cut cutie Chris O’Donnell, but the unlikely girl getting the guy scenario certainly had its appeal as well. Minnie Driver’s extra pounds for the role of Benny are LONG gone, but I still get the heeby jeebies every time I see Alan Cumming on-screen after his portrayal of the skeevy Sean Walsh. I bought this one as a previously viewed VHS from Blockbuster. It’s time it made it to Blu-ray, no?
“I know I may look like a rhinosarous, but I’ve got quite a thin skin, really. So just be a bit careful with me, or I’ll flatten ya.” – Minnie Driver as Bernadette ‘Benny’ Hogan


Kill The Irishman

Based on true events, mob enforcer and Irishman, Danny Greene, was a local hero and the first man to successfully stand up to the Cleveland mob. When Greene cuts his ties to the mafia and begins moving in on their territory, the Cleveland mafia places a large bounty on Danny’s head. In the summer of 1976, 36 bombs went off in a turf war that eventually crippled the Cleveland mafia. This movie has a pretty legitimate cast (Christopher Walken, Val Kilmer, Vincent D’Onofrio, & Ray Stevenson) and is a new must-see for St.Paddy’s day.



That famous Irish charm is in full force with this modern day musical. Set on the streets of Dublin, a street musician and a Czech immigrant create songs together throughout a memorable week as a unique love story unfolds. The film features the hauntingly beautiful song “Falling Slowly” which won the Academy Award for Best Original Song.


The Leprechaun

As Click’s resident Horror Geek, I have to go with the Leprechaun films (especially the original). Warwick Davis’ performance as the evil, menacing Leprechaun and the way the films balance comedy and horror is just perfect. Don’t believe me? Well, I actually sat through all six of them in one marathon session!


The Luck Of The Irish

I grew up surrounded by Disney Original movies and thus loved all of those corny and terrible hits – Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century, Smart House, Johnny Tsunami, and of course, The Luck of the Irish. Not only did Ryan Merriman’s terrible Riverdance make me fall head over heals at 13, but it made me understand that the Irish truly had it all…strong families…potatoes…and gold. Lots of gold.


In Bruges

I loved the comedic timing of Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleason…it was a dark film with a dash of humor. And Colin wasn’t hard to look at either!


The Town

I’m Irish. I’m a male. I’m from New England. I’m a Red Sox fan. Right now, you’re thinking: “You know, you would probably love a movie about a bunch of tough Irish guys from Boston who plan a heist on Fenway Park!” Ok, so maybe you weren’t thinking that. Regardless, The Town is my favorite Irish movie. It has it all. Bank robberies, shootouts, romance, police raids, car chases, you name it. This is one of those rare movies that you can’t help but root for the bad guys. During one of the bank robberies, I found myself cheering them on. “Yea! Shoot that innocent person! Steal that money that people worked hard for! Drive like a madman and endanger peoples lives!” So either I have issues, or this is just a smart, well crafted flick. I’m gonna go with the latter, even with my obvious hometown bias.

Every day the staff here at Click are finding and sharing links they find interesting. Some are industry relevant, some are just good for a chuckle. We’ve decided to collect a handful of them to share.

-In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, our very own, Scott Neumyer, spoke with the leprechaun we’ve all grown to love, Warwick Davis. Check out their chat here.

-Speaking of St. Patrick’s Day, if you think Guinness is the most highly consumed beer on said day, think again. Here’s the top 10 most popular beers for St. Patrick’s Day.

-While there are quite a few unnecessary sequels out there, here’s 4 sequels Hollywood should have made by now.

-Fellow geek girls! This summer you can finally show off your superhero powers at the beach.

-A remake of “The Garbage Pail Kids” is on the way. No joke.

-This Dark Shadows trailer has us jazzed! “Reveal yourself, tiny songstress!”

-Spring is upon us. Love is in the air. If any of you “Dr. Who” lovin’ nerds out there are planning on poppin’ the question. Wow her with this, won’t you?

-Google earth helps a man find his family. Awesome.

-And finally, your Weekend Moment of Zen:
Tiny Stormtroopers. Guaranteed to make your day better!

Happy Friday and have a great weekend! Erin Go Bragh!

Every day the staff here at Click are finding and sharing links they find interesting. Some are industry relevant, some are just good for a chuckle. We’ve decided to collect a handful of them to share.

“Game of Thrones” scenes + “Arrested Development” quotes. i09.com said it best, “this is why the internet exists.”

The Hunger Games hits theaters in 14 days! (but who’s counting?) Check out this promotional site devoted to the fashion in the film, as well as favorite futuristic film fashions from flavorwire.com

-A new, yet old-school social networking site that connects professionals over lunch.

-Everything we ever needed to know about leadership we learned from James T. Kirk. Fact.

-Hey, “Community” fans. Get excited. 🙂

-Cracked.com brings you six ridiculous first drafts of famous movie monsters. A few close calls there.

-If the money from your tax return is burning a hole in your pocket, we suggest investing in some Avengers memorabilia.

-And finally, your Weekend Moment of Zen: An 18 year old accomplishes the unthinkable with Lego’s!

Happy Friday and have a great weekend!

Every day the staff here at Click are finding and sharing links they find interesting. Some are industry relevant, some are just good for a chuckle. We’ve decided to collect a handful of them to share.

-The best Morgan Freeman impression we’ve ever heard.

-So, you’re middle-aged and still can’t shake that desire to be a superhero? It’s okay. You aren’t alone.

The Lorax hits theaters today, on Dr. Seuss’ birthday! Check out 7 facts you didn’t know about the beloved author.

-Nothin’ keeps ya quite as comfy and cozy as Chumbuddy. (warning, Chumbuddy is hungry)

-The weekend is upon us! Throwin’ a bash? Draw some inspiration from the 25 craziest parties in the movies.

-Cracked.com pwns the masses on 4 famous pop culture moments remembered incorrectly.

-It’s a Comic-Con documentary! Be still, our nerdy lil’ hearts.

-It’s been pondered and debated over the years, but we recommend giving this genius article a read on how to properly watch the Star Wars films for an optimal experience.

-And while we’re on the subject, let’s discuss the implausibility of the Death Star’s trash compactor.

-And finally, your Weekend Moment of Zen: POTATTTOOOOO!

Happy Friday and have a great weekend!