Did you know that your version of Internet Explorer is out of date?
To get the best possible experience using our website we recommend downloading one of the browsers below.

Internet Explorer 10, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari.

Val Kilmer To Do Battle With Deadly Global Warming Parasite!

Like us on Facebook:
The current article you are reading does not reflect the views of the current editors and contributors of the new Ecorazzi

Move over deadly plants! The world is about to get a taste of a previously frozen nasty unleashed due to global climate change.

Such is the plot for the new Indie-horror movie The Thaw — which has just signed on actor Val Kilmer in the lead role. The film also stars Martha MacIsaac (Michael Cera’s high school flame in Superbad) as Kilmer’s daughter. So how does this all go down?

Well, apparently, a group of student-scientists stumble upon a thawing Woolly Mammoth in a melting ice cap. Unfortunately, the Mammorth is packing a deadly parasite that had laid dormant (and hungry we might add) for thousands of years. One-by-one, everyone becomes infected, all hell breaks loose, and well, you get the picture. According to the synopsis, “soon the survivors are left with only one choice – to make the ultimate sacrifice and burn everything to the ground… including themselves.” Toasty.

So, expect a happy ending.

Ed Note: Val, c’mon, I’m still waiting for The Saint II. Bring back the guy that played Boris, Elizabeth Shoe, and all the cool gadgets. Eco-parasites are cool and all, but it would be better to see you dress of up in 10 different disguises and screw with people. Thanks!

Like us on Facebook:

Celebrity nutrition is the new disaster tourism

Celebrities have become the new nutritional experts in our post-truth world.


When Size Ultimately Doesn’t Matter: Cages

The size of the cage ultimately does not matter when the end result is still death.


Vegans who campaign against fur are upset that Aritzia is using fake fur but real down

You know how we won’t shut up about how ineffective single issue campaigns are, including the ones against fur?