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Creature of the Neverending Night

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | September 27, 2010 |

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | September 27, 2010 |

Q: What’s the longest running limited-release movie of all time? A: The Rocky Horror Picture Show, bitches! This creature feature (of sorts) has been in theaters for 35 years, to be precise. (Movieline)

Josh Brolin’s loose lips recently described Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps as “more formulaic than anything Oliver’s ever attempted before.” Then, with the dollar signs flashing before his eyes, Brolin attempted to save face. (Film Drunk)

Mr. Prisco put together a brilliant pop culture high-school trivia quiz today, and if you read his SRL on the Top 12 Pop Culture High Schools, you’ll have a huge head start. (LitelySalted)

The Emergency Bra: The brassiere the doubles as a gas mask. The catch? This thing can’t serve both functions at once. For the paranoid owners of legitimate boobs and/or moobs only. (Jezebel)

For those keeping track at home, Kim Kardashian’s cosmetic surgery rate shall soon outpace the exponential curvature of her ass. However, will anyone even notice her ass when she looks like Jigsaw? (Pop on the Pop)

Mad Mel Gibson reportedly believes that a guest spot on “Mad Men” could save his ailing career. Honestly, there’s nothing else to say on that one. (/Film)

Either Edward Norton has commenced a slow, painful physical transformation into Sean Penn, or the former has purposely channeled the latter here. (Screen Junkies)

Chris Noth hits out at the critics for destroying his SATC gravy train. Wait, critics don’t really matter, right? (Agent Bedhead)

Because the only time you ever see television commercials anymore is during NFL telecasts, here’s running commentary on some of the more pervasive and obnoxious ones. And yes: Please, someone, shoot the Geico guy in the head. (Ugly Fours)

Seth Green has kidnapped Zachary Levi, which loosely translates to “Dr. Evil’s kid served an wedgie to The Chipmunks’ uncle.” Or something like that. (Seriously? OMG! WTF?)

As I understand it, the Buddhist idea of enlightment has a lot to do with freeing oneself from unnecessary worldly possessions. Well, I figure that any self-described Buddhist who owns these $43,000 gold-plated, Buddha-shaped speakers will most certainly go to Hell. (Gizmodo)

And speaking of tangentially misplaced aspects of certain religions… when it comes to practicing polygamy, a man should always look first to inside connections when taking a fourth wife, don’t you agree? (Celebitchy)

If you’re already in the Halloween frame of mind, here’s an appropriately unsettling list of World’s Creepiest Places, from the Paris Catacombs to Chernobyl. (Concierge)

It was only a matter of time before the Keanu Cupcake Meme got political in nature. Damn reprobates. (Knowledge Is Power)

In nerd news, Einstein’s theory of relativity has been stretched to support claims that one ages more slowly at lesser altitudes. (National Geographic)

Finally, here’s the requisite viral video, which is always the most difficult aspect of Pajiba Love as far as I’m concerned. Tomorrow, Jeremy shall return from his extended weekend of debauchery; until then, you’re stuck with “How Inception Should Have Ended.” (YouTube)

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