It's interesting on how many bizarre, funny and unique websites you can find if you're careful enough. I shall list a few sites I have come across thanks in part to my boredom:
DIRECTORAMA: The site's comic strips is what got me hooked. The comics are about deceased filmmakers griping about the state modern cinema's in and talking about their styles of directing. Among the directors are Kubrick, Hitchcock, Kurosawa, Welles, among others. The first one's dated back to October of 2007, a few months after the deaths of Ingmar Bergman and Michelangelo Antonioni (who are also part of the comics). I liked the one dated January 28, 2008 (yes, it involves Heath Ledger). The humor is mostly film-based, so not a lot of people may get the jokes.
Listverse: I remember finding this site after it was mentioned on another blog (can't remember which one it was). A new list is posted every day and the topics are always different. Whether you're drawn to crime or art or politics, they have a list for what you're looking for.
How It Should Have Ended: This site takes humor to a new level. As you can guess by the title, the site posts animated videos on how some movies should've ended. Want to see how they wanted Twilight to end? They have it. And like DIRECTORAMA, they also have comics but these rely on pretty much being a big fan of all things geeky.
Homestar Runner: I found this site a few years back and I've recently revisited it. It's now a daily site of mine. The Strong Bad E-Mails are pretty much the highlight of the website, but the cartoons are pretty good too.
So what are some of your favorite websites? Please, PLEASE, don't mention your own. Thank you.