The official Crushable Drinking Game For The 2014 Oscars. And it’ll get you a little sloshy, so it’s only for those people who aren’t nominated for an Academy Award. (But also Jennifer Lawrence. She can come too if she’s not too busy.) More
Topic: Pop Culture Drinking Games
Just when I thought Amy Poehler and Tina Fey couldn’t get more wonderful, they create a drinking game for the Golden Globes Award show that they themselves are hosting. More
Hey, kids. I have some sad news for you: This is my last weekend as Crushable’s faithful Weekend Editor. It’s been a good run, but alas, it’s time to say goodbye. You’ll still be able to catch me over at BettyConfidential, though, so it’s not goodbye forever; it’s just a change of scene. That said, though, I’ll miss you all, and I’ll miss our weekend extravaganzas. So let’s make sure Crushable’s former weekends go out with a bang, shall we? This– obviously– calls for a drinking game! More
Usually here at Crushable, we concern ourselves with the birthdays of celebrities who are usually actors, musicians, or some other entertainment industry personality. But you know, science-y people have birthdays, too, and luckily, today coincides with the birthday of someone who is both science-y AND pop culture-y: Grant Imahara of Mythbusters! In honor of the occasion, we’ve taken the opportunity to provide Grant and the entire Mythbusters team with a drinking game to be played with their very fine television program. Ready to blow some stuff up? Here we go! More
Nerd alert: New York Comic Con was this weekend. Now, I know what you’re thinking: “What? New York Comic Con? I’ve heard of San Diego Comic Con; but NEW YORK Comic Con? Nonsense!” But, you see, it is not nonsense. And for those of us who can’t haul arse all the way out to California every year, it’s a boon. And that, my friends, is why it deserves a drinking game. Were you at New York Comic Con this weekend? If yes, play along. If no, play along anyway. Drunk nerd are HILARIOUS. (Did I mention that I’M a drunk nerd? Because I am. Par-tay!) More
Gee, there’s been an awful lot of news about cancelled television shows this week, hasn’t there? The first of the new fall shows are getting cancelled, shows that had been cancelled for years are suddenly coming back to life a la Frankenstein’s monster (appropriate, given that it’s Halloween season)… there’s just so much activity! So you know what? Let’s give those cancelled televisions something to do with themselves. In fact, let’s get them drunk. Because boy, won’t that be hilarious? More
I realize that Oktoberfest starts in September, but somehow, it didn’t feel right to write an Oktoberfest drinking game until it was actually October. So, hey, welcome, October! Let’s get our Oktoberfest on! Grab a beer (or two, or five, or a dozen), a couple of friends, and let’s get busy!
Miley Cyrus’ week wasn’t tough in quite the same way that, say, Scarlet Johansson’s was last week, but it was still pretty tough. When you’ve gotten into trouble about releasing unintentionally sexy things before, and suddenly you’re accused of it again, even though you haven’t actually DONE anything this time? Sort of sucks. So here, Miley. Have a drinking game. You’re 18, though, so make sure you play it with apple cider.
Two days ago, a little movie called Main Street was released. This movie confuses me. What to know why? Mostly, I can’t figure out exactly why a movie about the American South has so many British actors in the cast. Don’t get me wrong, I love me my British actors; but does this make sense to you? Because there’s something about hearing a southern drawl coming out of Colin Firth’s mouth that just makes me go, “Whaaaa?” The thing that really gets me is that Main Street was the final work of Horton Foote, who was super important both as a playwright (The Orphan’s Home Cycle) and as a screenwriter (the screenplays for the film adaptations of To Kill a Mockingbird and Of Mice and Men. Given this, maybe you can understand why I’m having so much trouble with the mere fact that I’m having so much trouble with this movie.
So here’s the deal: I’m going to give you Main Street’s trailer. The trailer is two minutes long. You’re going to break out a bottle of SoCo and a couple of shot glasses. We’re both going to attempt to understand what’s going on here. This one is going to be fast a furious. Ready? Set? Drink! More
You guys. This weekend was Charlie Sheen’s birthday. This weekend was ALSO Paz de la Huerta’s birthday. You heard me: Not one, but TWO Supreme Hot Mess Celebrities are celebrating their birthdays. Unreal! So even though the last thing these two, as well as every other celebrity hot mess out there, need are drinks, we’re going to raise a glass (or two, or three, or five) to them anyway. To the Celebrity Hot Messes of the world! Let us drink! And also play! For drinking games make the world go round! More
Why does AC/DC need a drinking game? Because they now have their own range of wines. That’s why. The Australian rockers have teamed up with equally Australia winery Warburn Estate, and between the two of them, they have created AC/DC: THE WINE. There are four varieties, all of which are (naturally) named for AC/DC songs: Back in Black Shiraz, You Shook Me All Night Long Muscato, Highway to Hell Cabernet Sauvignon, and Hells Bells Sauvignon Blanc. I can’t wait to see what it’s like asking for a glass of Highway to Hell in a restaurant. But why stop at a glass? Grab a bottle and get playing! More
Have you guys been watching Russian Dolls? It’s a new reality show that debuted recently on Lifetime about (you guessed it) the lives of eight Russian women living at Brighton Beach. Needless to say, yes, it does bear some similarities to several OTHER popular reality shows which shall go unnamed, and yes, it’s just as appalling as those aforementioned shows. Ready for this? Grab a bottle. Doesn’t have to be vodka. Stick a straw in it. Here we go. More
Did you miss the Glee Live! In Concert tour this year? Yeah, us too. But wait! Now you, too, can capture the glory of Glee live on stage with Glee: The 3D Concert Movie, which just opened this past Friday! Filmed on June 16 and 17 at the Izod Center in Rutherford, New Jersey, this new cinema experience brings the concert to you in eye-popping 3D. And what goes better with 3D singalongs than booze? It’s only playing for two weeks, though, so hurry if you want to get your Gleek on! More