Take a New York City bakery, an '80s coming-of-age classic, and a birthday, and you've got the inspiration for one of the most unusual cocktails you'll ever see. Riffing on the bourbon-and-cereal milk cocktail in the film, this concoction uses homemade cereal milk, bourbon, and Lucky Charms marshmallows to create a unique drink.
Every week throughout 2019, Kanye West and his Sunday Service choir have been serving up a gospel-inspired sermon and music to go along with it. They've performed several cover songs and this week reinterpreted Nirvana's "Come As You Are" during the service.
The Leftovers writer Damon Lindelof returns to cinema with The Hunt. In a Purge meets Hunger Games scenario, 12 strangers find themselves in an open field. Unbeknown to them, they are being hunted down by a group of globalist elites lead by Hilary Swank. Directed by Craig Zobel, the newest nightmare from Blumhouse Productions is slated for release September 27, 2019.
He might be too old to skate in the dark, but Tony Hawk isn't too old to still pull off some of the best tricks The Berrics' warehouse has ever seen. The 51-year-old effortlessly hits kickflips and inverts with the same ease as skaters more than half his age — including his own kids. If there was any dispute on who the greatest skateboarder in history was, this video settles it.
"Good artists copy; great artists steal." That quote is most famously attributed to the master painter Pablo Piccaso, and nowhere does it apply better than to director Quentin Tarantino. Tarantino himself openly admits to stealing from other directors, and it works: With his signature combination of sharp dialogue, great cinematography, and stolen ideas, Tarantino has made some of the most memorable films in movie history.
With their slides, ramps, and pools, water parks are meant to be skated. The Thrasher crew gets the keys to the abandoned Wet 'N' Wild in Palm Springs, California, and shred every surface in sight. Even legend Tony Hawk gets in on the action.