Garfield, Roger Rabbit, Popeye, The Smurfs—if you were a fan of these characters when you were a kid, then you’ll find this short film imagining what their lives are like long after their moment in the limelight both depressing and hilarious. Garfield’s got really, really fat and so has Jessica Rabbit. And Mumm-Ra the Ever-living is now Mumm-Ra the checkout guy.
If you ever wondered what the fuck makes a bad word bad, then listen up to Vsauce who explains that even the word “bad” was considered bad at one point in history—digging deep into the etymology of derogatory sayings and words Michael shows that words aren’t born bad, they’re usually led astray by the a tantalising mistress who teaches them all the wrong things.
In this interactive documentary, based on British journalist Steven Poole’s book, the manipulative power of language is explored. Merging filmmaking, data, technology, and design, the story of Unspeak unfolds across a series of short films, data visualizations, and a participatory dictionary. The aim is to educate the masses on the power of Unspeak so we can learn to start seeing it everywhere and fight the power, yo!
When it comes to creating Anime music videos YouTuber BestAMVsofAllTime lives up to his name. Because he’s the master when it comes to mashing together various anime that no one but fangirls and boys really know anything about ,and spinning them into an epic video.
Time has ticked along and again you find yourself at the end of one thing and the beginning of something else. If only the two could somehow get along then we’d all be better off, but they can’t. The weekend and Monday will never see eye-to-eye because they are just too different, too at ends with each other. So if you don’t fancy facing up to Monday just yet, then check out these vids first.
- Compton Reacts To Magic – Awesome tricks, awesome reactions.
- Which iPhone Are You? – Take the quiz and find out.
- Marriage Proposal FAIL – This is soooo awkward.
- So Close To Climbing a Wall – And yet, so far.
- Epic GoPro Mashup – Extreme POV action.
- What DJs Actually Do – They play let’s pretend.
- Star Trek Into Darkness Gag Reel – This looks great fun.
- Ellen Degeneres Parodies Nicki Minaj – Hilarious “Anaconda” spoof.
- Most Epic Nerf War Ever – It’s like an action movie scene.
- More Life Hacks – You need these.
- Star Wars Described by a Non Fan – Nailed it.
- Kelly Ripa Is Unimpressed By 5.5 Inches – iPhone 6 Plus dick jokes.
- Turning Dead Animals Into Helicopters – Bizarre and terrifying.
- Mike Tyson Flips Out – Don’t mess with Iron Mike.
OK, ready for a nostalgia overload? Because it’s UTAH SAINTS!! U-U-U-U-UTAH SAINTS! Just cast your mind back, it’s 1992, and you’ve not a care in the world except trying to emulate this guy’s moves on the dancefloor and show all your friends that you can do the running man, mainly because you’ve been practicing it in front of the mirror for about the last 4 months solid.
Never get in a Nerf war fight with these guys, because they really take things seriously. So seriously that things quickly spiral out of control and before you know it, it’s full on warfare with them leaping across kitchen counters and letting rip Terminator machine gun-style.
Anyone who’s a fan of “The Big Lebowski” has been wanting to see Jeff Bridge’s character The Dude back on screen ever since the credits to that filmed rolled. But the Coens have categorically stated they have no interest in making a sequel to the movie, so there’s no hope of The Dude being resurrected. Well, not unless you count this video.
Lets face it, all babies are bullying thugs who don’t care who gets in their way, they have no mercy and never seem to get hit back – Fear their wrath! – The problem is most people don’t know how to fight a baby, but Gavin McInnes isn’t most people — he’s trained in the secret arts of baby fighting and knows their weak spots, like wind, but what Gavin doesn’t know is that babies have their own secret knowledge of an adult’s weak spots, like a finger nail to the eyeball for instance. Let the violence begin…
This is sure to ruffle a few feathers as comedian Jim Jefferies gives his opinion on America’s gun control policy—or lack of. After watching for a few seconds you’ll realise he’s not really into people owning and possessing guns, in fact he thinks it’s a pretty stupid idea and he hates the gun nuts who are stopping the US changing its stance on them.
Before Die Antwoord were Die Antwoord they were Max Normal, and as Max Normal they made a freaky short film called “Picnic,” which features Yolandi Visser looking incredibly young back when she was known as Anri Du Toit. Ninja, or as he was known back then, Watkin Tudor Jones directs the weird tale that centres around Yolandi’s family and the picnic bench they visit.
Season 5 is nearly upon us so it’s time for some reflection and some piss-taking too, looking back over the first 3 series to revisit the ups and downs of the group dynamics, the zombie killing that went on and that didn’t go on, the fact that the entire second season was shot on a budget of $25 and to look at all the times they didn’t say the z-word, but used every other synonym instead.
If anyone had any doubts that Key & Peele are absolutely hilarious, then this sketch should offer them all the proof they need. The pair play two husbands who are trading stories about their wives and trying to be the big man in front of their buddy, while acting like they’re wives don’t say “Jump!” and they say “How high?”
Forget about Season 5 of The Walking Dead, just watch this instead, it has all the thrills you want from a zombie chase, and plenty of the braindead hordes clutching ferociously in the direction of human flesh. It even has a moment of betrayal, as any sense of moral obligation to your fellow human evaporates along with civilisation when the zombie apocalypse comes a-knocking.