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meetsapp.com

Founded Year

2013

About meets

meets is a cross-platform application that changes the way in which people share events and consumes entertainment from their mobile devices.Most of use we give our smatphones is to meet friends, find out where they are or ask them how was the last weekend. With meets we want to do all this together within a single application.meets is seamlessly integrated with the contact list of your phone, thus you wont have to worry about finding friends or adding contacts within the application.

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’Toy Story’ Meets ’Annabelle’ In This Creepy Mashup Video

Oct 3, 2014

'Toy Story' Meets 'Annabelle' In This Creepy Mashup Video Posted October 3rd, 2014 by Jenni Miller When it comes to unexplainable creepiness, dolls are right up there with innocent, towheaded children and small towns where no one locks their doors. That's probably why people are hot to trot to see " Annabelle ," the kinda sorta spin-off of " The Conjuring " that opened last night to the tune of $2.1 million. There's nothing scarier than something you love gain consciousness, turn evil, and try to kill you and everyone you've ever loved. Especially a beloved toy like Woody, from " Toy Story . " He's the best friend you could ever have, right? He's like a cooler, nicer, less bigoted version of John Wayne! He's adorable! Except it seems like he's been hanging out with Annabelle, that tiny monstrosity we first saw in "The Conjuring. " She was just another evil freaking doll locked up in Ed and Lorraine Warren's special room dedicated to demonically possessed stuff back then. You might have even seen a variation on Annabelle during " A Haunted House 2 ," but if you're lucky, you didn't see "A Haunted House 2" at all. Oh, did we mention that Annabelle is based on a true story? Because of course she is! This MTV mashup is just the beginning of your "Toy Story"/"Annabelle" nightmares. 'Friday the 13th' (2009) As Clay leaves the lodge with Jenna, his bag is swung over his left shoulder. In the next shot, however, the bag is suddenly in his right hand. After Clay is on his motorcycle, the bag is back over his shoulder. 'The Shining' (1980) When Danny is playing with his toy cars and trucks in the corridor, there is an overhead shot of Danny followed by a medium shot of Danny from ground level. By examining the distinct carpet pattern, it's clear Danny (and his toys) are facing one way in the overhead shot only to face the other direction in the medium shot! 'Christine' (1983) Dennis uses the tractor to damage and immobilize Christine, even dropping the teeth of the tractor bucket on the car. Immediate close-ups of the car, however, show the car completely without damage and, then, the next shot sees the car in its previous totaled condition. 'The Birds' (1963) After being attacked by a flock of crazed birds, Melanie lies down on a sofa to get bandaged up. When she sits up, you can see two large bloody scratches on her left cheek. But those scratches disappear when Mitch and Lydia walk Melanie outside to the car. Maybe she's a fast healer. 'Friday the 13th Part 3: 3D' (1982) Aside from the painfully obvious prop head, this scene in which Jason squeezes Rick's skull hard enough to make his eyes pop out reveals a little of what's behind the gory special effects. As you can see, a wire attached to the eyes of the faux head is clearly visible. 'The Mummy Returns' (2001) After Rick (Brendan Fraser) and Evelyn (Rachel Weisz) find the magical bracelet they've been looking for, water begins rushing in after them. They run to try to escape, but at one point stop to hold each other before a giant wave crashes over them. It's the moment before that happens when Weisz's and Fraser's stunt doubles are clearly visible. How'd they get in there?! 'Child's Play 2' (1990) "Child's Play 2" was, arguably, equal parts creepy and funny, and this careless mistake definitely adds to the campy fun. When Grace (Grace Zabriskie) grabs Chucky in her office during a human-on-possessed-doll struggle, Chucky ultimately wins and stabs her twice, after which, Grace stumbles backwards. It's then that the top of a crew member's head finds its way into the shot. Someone's hair must've wanted its 15 minutes of fame. 'Scream' (1996) At the end of the movie, Sydney's (Neve Campbell) dad falls out of a closet he's been locked in -- but he wasn't alone. After Syd's dad pushes his way out, various items fall out with him, and you can clearly see a crew member's hand pushing/throwing items out of the closet behind him. 'Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday' (1993) In the final scene, Jessica (Kari Keegan) runs over to Jason from behind and stabs him in the heart with a dagger. Jason then lashes back and hits Jessica, sending her flying backwards, and onto a clearly visible large blue crash mat. Safety first! 'Final Destination 2' (2003) Everyone in the Final Destination franchise dies in unique and unexpected ways. For example, in one scene, a boy is crushed by a piece of falling glass. The only problem is, the filmmakers didn't do a very good job of making sure the dummy they used for the scene looked realistic. Here, you can see that its arms are way too long in proportion to the rest of its body.

  • When was meets founded?

    meets was founded in 2013.

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