Horror director Adam Green (Hatchet, Frozen) has a very cool Halloween tradition. For over a decade, he's created a new short film just in time for everyone's favorite horror-friendly holiday. They're always a dark and funny treat for his fans (Jack Chop is my personal favorite), and in that regard this year's short, Downloading and You, is no different. However, some fans, particularly those who think pirating movies is an act of entitlement, aren't going to like what Green thinks of them. Personally, I think it's hilarious and I love it when a filmmaker has the balls to stand up and say, "Yes, downloading movies is stealing and there's no reason we should applaud you for it."
Warning: some of this (cartoonish) violence may be NSFW:
On a completely unrelated note, here is Orson Welles last interview, recorded on October 10th, 1985. Two hours after his chat with Merv Griffin about what it's like to grow old and how happy he is about the life he led, the Citizen Kane director suffered a heart attack and passed.
And in a further unrelated note, here is The Walken Dead, a spoof of AMC's The Walking Dead that's actually more enjoyable than the show is these days. The less said about the video before you watch it, the better.
Warning: contains NSFW profanity: