If you saw the abominable horror that was ‘Event Horizon’ back in the 90s, chance are its scenes of abject nastiness and hell unleashed will have been etched on your mind for ever more—this feature length documentary goes behind the scenes speaking to the cast and crew to find out how they brought this epic of space horror to the screen.
Time is a relative concept and it’s non-linear too, so while you’re sitting at your desk this Monday morning just imagine you’re somewhere else, let’s say flying across the universe waving at comets and planets as you sail past them like some kind of cosmic surfer. Now imagine you’re back at your desk and you’re about to immerse yourself in some entertaining videos. Now imagine it’s lunch time. Now imagine it’s Friday.
- She’s Trashed – Yup, definitely wasted.
- Lous CK Twitter Weirdness – He says he’s not high, but…
- Perfectly Timed Sports Pics – These are great.
- Bacon Coffin – Om nom, erm, nom?
- Lord of the Girlfriend Torment – Raising the bar for boyfriends.
- Insane Mountain Biking – Danny Macaskill heads to his hometown.
- Doctor Who Minecraft Rollercoaster – This needs to be IRL.
- Kangeroo Fight – An average day in the suburbs of Australia.
- Worst Friends Ever – Thank you for being a douche.
- Container Jump FAIL! – This is horribly brutal.
- Miley’s VMA Date Headed To Jail – At least he got to go to the VMAs.
- Assassin’s Creed Kitty Version – Cute but just as deadly.
- The Scorguard – It’s a full pelvis condom. WTF.
- Want To Buy An Assault Rifle? – Then try Facebook.
Internet, you’ve changed! It used to be all about the aimlessly surfing around looking at weird, sick, depraved stuff with only your own conscience witnessing and being appalled by your actions, but now it seems that it wasn’t just your conscience watching your internet usage, the US and UK intelligence agencies were seeing it too. In this video it’s pointed out how companies like Gamma International (who make FinFisher) and Hacking Team are selling software to governments all around the world, which is then used to exploit their citizens and spy on their online actions.
Most urban legends about boogeymen turn out to be bogus—a quick google and a glance at Snopes and their falsehood is sealed—but this documentary/horror movie, from Joshua Zeman and Barbara Brancaccio, shows that urban legends often derive from fact: the film begins by examining Cropsey, a New York urban legend, before exploring the chilling story of Andre Rand, a convicted child killer from Staten Island, and a mystery surrounding five missing children.
A guy awakes in a strange house in this mysterious and intriguing sci-fi short—after waking in a place he doesn’t know he has to try and figure out what’s going on, and it turns out he’s part of a weird experiment featuring hundreds of clones of himself—but why?
If you think your dates go badly, then take solace in this guy trying and failing at having a movie date with a girl he sits next to in his computer science class: rather than just relaxing and letting the evening progress naturally, he turns the neurosis all the way up to Woody Allen, and before you know it his date is making her excuses and heading out the door. Sound familiar?
If you’re going to head out to the streets and troll a certain type of people, fashion types are exactly the sort who would be an easy target, so that’s precisely what this woman does, throwing in curveball after curveball to these dedicated followers of the latest in sartorial trends.
Spoken word poet Shane Koyczan’s takes on the trolls in his latest video called, aptly, “Troll”—where he addresses the callous anons who hide behind their computer keyboards and take pleasure in being mean to others for no other reason than the thrill and power of being nasty.
Although the family member in this clip means well, it still comes across as very awkward as they decide to discuss cousin Delroy’s upcoming gay marriage. So he brings along his coworker to help work out the particulars of the nuptials, as he happens to be gay also, so can obviously give the lowdown on how act on such an occasion.
In this creepy stop motion animated short film from Sam Barnett, a man named Bob is attacked by a bio-mechanical parasite, and has to fight for his life and his family against malicious forces that are much greater than himself. The fillmmaker notes how the short was inspired by cordyceps mushrooms which infect and control the minds of ants—and the end result is terrifying, with a fantastic ending.
There’s always a bit of rivalry when it comes to Star Wars and Star Trek, but all that can be brushed aside as you experience the wonder of the Star Wars Trench Run sequence merged with Michael Giacchino’s climax score from the Star Trek reboot. The syncing is spot-on so prepare for a sci-fi boner.
Of all the versions of ‘Street Fighter II’ that exist, none has been quite as incredible as this, ‘Street Fighter – Angry Goat Edition’. The Angry Goat character is certainly the most fearsome the game has ever seen, as he fearlessly takes on a motorbike, a gipsy woman and goes on to defeat a guy who comes to the woman’s rescue with some weak attempts at kicking the goat to the ground.
Whether it be climbing up the side of an iceberg, heading inside an active volcano or riding in a boat next to killer whales, this video does its utmost to make you insanely jealous that the most active you’ve been all day is to head outside for a cigarette break. And it’s all filmed in 4K so every little detail of these people’s epicness is portrayed.