Entries Tagged as 'Celebs'

Friday, March 16th, 2018

Big Train Sexism Debate

Sexism, it’s everywhere, and this little sketch sums up nicely how most men respond to any woman trying to talk about women in society and how they might not be on equal footing with men. But it’s their own fault for being so illogical and not making enough sammiches to satisfy their man. If they [...]

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018

Reggie Watts: Humor in Music

Reggie ‘Wait?’ Watts is a master of music-infused comedy and if you need proof then just take a watch of this video featuring him wowing the PopTech audience with his mastery and his scratching skills. He’s the sort of comedian you could watch and listen to until your mind collapses from old age or your [...]

Friday, March 9th, 2018

A Beautiful Mind – Skateboard Innovator Rodney Mullen

Rodney Mullen is a pro skater who’s credited with being the originator of the ollie and inventing various tricks that have now become staples in skateboarding—tricks like the flatground ollie, kickflip, heelflip, impossible, and 360-flip. As such he’s a legend of the sport and an innovator, so it makes sense that he’d be a good [...]

Friday, March 2nd, 2018

‘The Karate Kid – The Untold Story’ is a Brilliantly Made Mockumentary About the 80s Classic

1980s classic The Karate Kid featured a boy called Daniel Larusso in a underdog beats the odds story that saw Larusso rise up and defeat the bullies and win the day. But what if that wasn’t the whole story? What if the film was actually based on real events? Well video ‘The Karate Kid – [...]

Thursday, March 1st, 2018

Bizarre Music Video Gets Meta as Director Inserts Himself into the Story

This music video is very meta indeed. It’s directed by Keith Schofield for musicians Stylo G and Jacob Plant. It starts off with a weird premise, a world where people who have no legs sees a bunch of guys chasing a pair of women’s legs—it’s then revealed that this is in fact just a [...]

Wednesday, February 21st, 2018

Land of the ‘C U Next Tuesdays’

Gather the family round, because it’s time to journey to a world full of c#nts — or at least, people saying the word c#nt, a lot. And not just anybody but celebrities which makes it all the more enjoyable. If you can count up the number of times the word c#nt is mentioned in this [...]

Thursday, February 8th, 2018

Jackie Chan Hates Karate Kids

He may have starred in the Karate Kid remake, perhaps even because of that, but that doesn’t mean Jackie Chan likes kids. In fact in this mashup trailer he HATES them, hates them so much that he uses his many years of skills to kick the crap out of them—and it’s very funny indeed.

Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

The Hateful Thing—How Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight Was Inspired by ‘The Thing’

If you’ve seen Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight then you’ll probably think it’s an ode to Westerns—which is a genre it does reference certainly, but it’s actually got a lot in common with John Carpenter’s 1980s movie The Thing. This video does a brilliant job of showing how Tarantino takes inspiration from the horror classic.

Friday, February 2nd, 2018

Simon Sinek Rants About Whiny Millennials—Is he Right or Wrong?

In an episode of Inside Quest Simon Sinek, who bills himself as a thinker and influencer, lays in to millennials, starting off by questioning why they’re so difficult to manage. From there he blames their parents for failing to represent the real world accurately to them, and so making them entitled while also creating low [...]

Thursday, February 1st, 2018

A Tribute to the Art of Slow Mo in Cinema

A slow motion shot in a movie, while somewhat cliched, can work wonders when done well. No matter how many times the trick has been pulled, when it’s used to good effect in a scene, it can help heighten a dramatic event or emphasise an action scene—take the opening sequence of Deadpool for example.

Monday, January 22nd, 2018

Jack Nicholson and the Art Of Anger

YouTube channel Nerdwriter’s (aka Evan Puschak) latest video essay takes a look at Jack Nicholson, focusing specifically on the fact that many of his characters seem to be very angry. Characters that are subject to sudden and dramatic outbursts of rage. And those outbursts take many shapes and forms.