It's been 40 years since the first Mad Max movie hit theaters, and to celebrate, an Australian town held a special anniversary party. It was pretty much your typical small-town parade, but featuring post-apocalyptic thugs in assless chaps riding goofy cars with corpses tied to the hoods.
YouTubeAssless chaps you say? Your move, Memorial Day.
Well, it turns out that's not the only way people are honoring the movies that gave the world Mel Gibson (and then thankfully replaced him with Tom Hardy). If you were recently in San Francisco, you might have caught Fury, the Mad Max ... ballet? Yup, we just double-checked, it's for sure a Mad Max ballet. Presumably conceived to settle sitcom-like fights between couples who can't decide between seeing an action movie or attending an evening of modern dance, Fury is "a musical journey inspired by the iconic" Mad Max: Fury Road.