I can’t believe I have just spent days of my life defending people I don’t even fucking like because there are actual cunts on this website who 

a) think you should be able to physically assault people who disagree with them

b) think context doesn’t matter

c) think jokes are any kind of -ist, or are in any way inherently bad because they’re against some protected group

d) don’t think freedom of speech should apply to those they disagree with, and are willing to hurt people and violently riot in order to shut them up

You’re all terrible, you have wasted my time and you have only proven yourselves to be the fascistic cunts that you claim to hate. 


My third year attending the UKS panel at Upright Citizen’s Brigade on Thursday was so unfudging believable that when I woke up this morning, at first I thought it had been a dream. If you don’t think these writers and cast actually care, you’d be wrong.

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Here is DANIEL RADCLIFFE doing commentary on the Harry Potter movies.

Short of a viral video where the director and star are having a screaming match, or a particularly revealing Blu-Ray commentary track, we don’t get many juicy behind-the-scenes glimpses into famous movies. It’s typically just what studios’ PR people want us to see. Which sucks because we know movie sets are tense, high-stakes pressure cookers where the industry’s biggest egos come together to make art for money, typically while on drugs. 

In this live episode of The Cracked Podcast, we’ll dig into the most insane behind-the-scenes stories from famous movies and TV shows– from the ‘Caddyshack’ shoot that was basically an 11-week coke bender to the series of Werner Herzog movies where he continuously and unsuccessfully tried to murder his lead actor like they were the Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote.

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Cracked Podcast Live: Insane Behind The Scenes Stories Of Famous Movies







Behind every awful movie is the idea for a good one. Old man Indiana Jones discovers aliens. Good in theory, bad in practice. Batman fights Superman. So simple, but so bad. Are there good translations of these movies hidden within the stinking turds that saw the light of day? Jack O'Brien is joined by the After Hours crew to find an answer as they discuss their ideal versions of flops, reboots and remakes: movie ideas too awesome to actually exist.

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The Cracked Podcast Live - Movie Ideas Too Awesome To Get Made