Just in time for the release of the third and final instalment in Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy, the snark-masters over at Honest Trailers sling some arrows at the middle part of the trilogy—and, as you might expect, they don’t go easy on it, instead taking it to task for it length, over-familiarity, and stupid ending.
What starts out with some footage of a bear soon descends into something far more horrifying as an “infomercial” interrupts the bear footage, but the infomercial isn’t really about a nasal spray like it appears, and instead takes a dive into far weirder territories.
It’s that time again, the birth of a new and wondrous week, a week filled with joy and hope and opportunity! Nah, only kidding. It’s another week of hell and despair and hate. Well, it would be except this week’s cut short because of Christmas Day. So don’t be too down this Monday morn, unless you did something regrettable at the Christmas party. In which case, keep your head down and check these out.
- An Xmas Drink Too Far – Regrets, they’ve had a few.
- Hilarious Dating Site Profile Pics – Oh man.
- People Are Awesome 2014 – They really are.
- Grumpy Cat at Xmas – We all feel a bit like this.
- Best Outdoor & Camping Fails – This is why you should stay indoors.
- Woman Signs Husband’s Penis – It’s so he doesn’t cheat.
- Megatron Hates Selfies – Megatron scolds the Millenials.
- Meanwhile, In America… – Humorless Americans look away now.
- Tie Figther Accident on the Highway – Hyperdrive fail.
- Chatroulette Pranks – A perfect place to prank.
- Is There Life On Mars? – There justb might be.
- Mistletoe Kissing Contraption – The perfect Christmas contraption.
- Bizarre And Horrifying Adult Swim Short Film – Wut?
- Sony Cancels The Interview – The terrorists won.
Mariah Carey’s Yuletide classic “All I Want For Christmas Is You” gets a Chatroulette makeover as internet lol-master Steve Kardynal, dressed in a Santa dress and blonde wig, frolics around next to a Christmas tree while miming along to Mariah’s Christmas hit. And of course, the video wouldn’t be complete without the reactions of Chatroulette users, some of whom get in the spirit and sing along. Xmas-tastic.
It seems Guy Pearce is taking on a singing career to compliment his acting, and this is the music video that goes with his new track ‘Fly All The Way.’ The video is a parody of those crappy commercials you get with morning TV shows that tout crappy products with Pearce playing a bunch of characters including a guitarist, body builder, beauty-obsessed teenager and Steve Jobs. It’s pretty hilarious.
Sometimes commercials can be awesome in how they convey a message, this is one of those times. Mostly with newborn babies you dress them in a onesie, the all-in-one bodysuit that ensures they’re kept warm and relatively dry but means you can also get access to their diaper quickly when you need to.
What was on the world’s mind in 2014? Well one way to answer that question is to see what people were searching the web for—trillions of searches took place across the world and Google have gathered together the most popular in this compilation to give a snapshot of what occupied us throughout the year.
Jordan McCabe is one of the best young basketball players in the US, whose skills on the pitch have been wowing fans of the sport and commentators for the last four years. This video clip shows his halftime performance for the Golden State Warriors game on January 21, 2011.
This dad knew a long time ago that his son was smoking weed, he knew the minute his son grew his hair like that—it’s a dead giveaway. But regardless, dad could’ve been a total a-hole when he found the son’s smoking devices, but he deals with it much more humorously instead.
Remember Napster? Takes you back, doesn’t it. To a time when all this was fields and free illegal music was going to destroy everything—The New York Times takes a look back at the file-sharing site that put the boot into the music industry which has never fully recovered since.
Our concept of space and space travel has been shaped by cinema as much as agencies like NASA—and this awesome supercut stitches together 46 years of space movies which have captivated and intrigued audiences over the years. From images of Earth seen through Superman’s superhuman eyes to the underbelly of the Millennium Falcon.
You don’t expect a 9 year old to want to discuss the meaning of life, free will, alternate universes, and alien lifeforms, but this kid does. So forget old wizened men with beards who talk in riddles, the real sages of this earth are 9 year old kids playing on a slide. They should make him a government adviser.