Monday, February 27, 2012

Study: Internet Overwhelmingly Approves Of Oscars Telecast

***(Special guest post from Some Guy Daily News)***

INTERNET-As per usual with any widely televised awards show, last night's Oscar telecast was a smashing success according to Twitter and Facebook users. While it's hard to imagine the marathon of egregious backslapping and self-fellatio being met with any sort of disdain, the Internet again served as a beacon of positivity when it comes to not-at-all vapid and totally meaningful awards ceremonies. Host Billy Crystal was universally hailed as original and hilarious, making jokes about J. Edgar Hoover and prescription drugs that increase urinary flow.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

College Professor Claims "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" Historically Inaccurate

February has been relatively good to the 16th President of the United States of America. This month has celebrated his 203rd birthday, and the teaser trailer for "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" has been enthusiastically received by film geeks. But not all is well for the tall bearded one's legacy. Recent claims of factual inaccuracy have been leveled at the new film by a history teacher at San Dimas University. Professor Ted Theodore Logan has recently been criticizing the new movie with remarks like, "this Abraham Lincoln vampire stuff is just totally BOGUS!" GPS traveled to the campus in California to learn how the filmmakers aren't being so honest about Abe.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Monday, February 6, 2012

Finder Of Found Footage Goes Missing While Finding Latest Found Film

With found footage documentaries like "Paranormal Activity" and the more recent "Chronicle" becoming huge box office draws, you might ask yourself, "who finds this footage anyways?" Enter Mr. Bart Berglebeard. A self proclaimed "expert finder" of found footage, and adventurer responsible for finding the film left behind by ill-fated documentary productions. Berglebeard's famous treasures have included the aforementioned titles as well as some other notable gems like "The Blair Witch Project" and "Cloverfield." He usually has a knack for being in the right place at the right time and coming away with valuable film stock that often sheds light on how the people pictured in the films perish. But Berglebeard's good fortune may have finally run out. He has been reported missing by his wife Betty after failing to check in for several days while hunting for his latest found footage in the small town of Beersheeba Springs Tennessee. Mrs. Berglebeard was kind enough to spend some time with GPS in the hopes that telling their story may help find the finder of found film and bring him home.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Academy Award Voter Assaulted With Hammer Then Speedily Driven To Hospital By Assailant

A member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was attacked by an intruder late last night in one of the more unusual assault cases ever reported. Oscar voter Dewey Shebag was having a drink in his Beverly Hills apartment when the assailant reportedly crashed through the door, tackled him to the floor, and severely injured his right hand by smashing it with a hammer. Then in a bizarre twist, the mysterious gate crasher drove Dewey to a nearby hospital and promptly vanished like a virgin on prom night. Police were unable to obtain many details regarding a motive for the violent encounter, but Shebag was much more forthcoming after being interrogated by the crackerjack staff at GPS.