Matt Brady produced Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes, a 2013 Sundance selection about a woman's increasing curiosity when a neighbor resembles her deceased mother. Before he headed off to the film festival, mingling with fellow filmmakers and countless goodie bags, he chatted with Pop about his uniquely captivating first feature film.
When I was a kid there was a B movie called "Piranha" that I saw on TV. It had horrible effects, but the story of Piranhas in a lake eating people alive managed to scar me for life. Here's why I was right to be afraid.
Chinese acrobat Dawa Zi acrobat was apparently attempting to walk backwards across a ravine in Hunan Province while blindfolded. Even though he's a sixth generation acrobat, early on you can see that things aren't going well.
This, my friends, is the reason you won't find me doing this stuff. An Australian tourist was bungee jumping over the Zambesi River a crocodile infested body of water which is right on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe. Here is the disturbing video.
This video of a human slingshot looks insane. Someone had to be the first person to try this out, and I'm sure glad it wasn't me. Watch as emotions run from pure terror to delight as riders are pulled back from bungees by an ATV until they just can't hold the person anymore, and they go flying through the air.
Apparently it's a growing trend in Russia to gather round, tie each other together, and bungee jump off a bridge. This sounds like a bad bad idea. I can't tell if this video captures screams of excitement or terror. Perhaps both.