In what is arguable the most exciting thing to come out of Montana since the dinosaurs, this is a video of a gang of tumbleweeds that attacked a neighborhood in Great Falls, piling up against houses trying to get in. Quick — lock the doors and bar the windows, honey, they’re gathering on the lawn! “You do it.” But I’m playing video games!
Whenever there’s a movie or TV series based on real-life events, viewers are plagued by two unavoidable questions: how much of what we saw is true, and what happened to those characters after the cameras were turned off? HBO Max’s true crime drama The Staircase is no exception to this rule. Created by Antonio Campos, the eight-episode long miniseries stars Colin Firth and Toni Collette as novelist Michael Peterson and his second wife, Nortel executive, Kathleen Peterson. In 2001, Kathleen died on the staircase of the Peterson home in Durham, North Carolina. Despite claiming his wife had fallen down the stairs, Michael Peterson was charged with her murder and convicted to life imprisonment in 2003 after one of the longest trials in North Carolina’s history.
After a 10-year-old surviving victim named Krystal Surles escaped Tommy Lynn Sells’ clutches, the infamous American serial killer was soon captured and sentenced to death.
Northern US states are preparing for an invasion of incredibly intelligent and highly adaptable ‘super pigs’ that threaten to spill over the border from Canada.
This is some dashcam footage from police in Excelsior Springs, Missouri, who found a man towing a 70-foot mobile home on Thanksgiving night, swerving all over the road. Suspecting the man was drunk, a chase resulted, with the man trying to make a run for it TOWING A 70-FOOT MOBILE HOME. Eventually, the man got stuck in a ditch because the mobile home wasn’t that mobile, and was taken into custody. And while I can never condone drunk driving, this man’s stupidity almost has to be applauded for the attempted run away. I wonder what he was doing 1,200 miles from Florida in the first place. I mean besides moving his mobile meth lab.
Another year is coming to a close as we enter the month of December. With 2023 in its final days, it’s time again for all the streaming services to bring in new content. But you can’t bring in the new without taking out the old, and that’s true for streamers as well. In this article, we’ll be looking at all the titles that are leaving Hulu in December 2023, including beloved classics, modern favorites, and everything in between. Some of these movies and shows may return to Hulu in the future, but for most of them, this is your last chance to catch them on the service before they’re gone. So let’s bid 2023 adieu in style by watching some amazing movies, shall we?