This video is more than a year old, and yet it doesn’t have a billion views – which it should have, considering this will bestow upon you one of the funniest 39 seconds of your life.
We haven’t read Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows yet, so we were surprised to see this scene from the upcoming movie, set in the Muggle world. Wand shootouts are kinda weird though.
One lucky dude already has a copy of Gran Turismo 5, and uploaded the opening cinematic, a 7 minute-long affair that opens with what is practically a mini-documentary on car-making.
Every two years, thousands gather in Tarragona, Spain for a challenge of strength and balance. The objective: build the tallest human castle possible. The collapses are as spectacular as the triumphs.
OK Go’s latest video, Last Leaf, is comprised entirely of photographs. 15 still shots for every second of video means 2,430 pieces of delicious toast were used to create the stop motion piece.
Halvor Angvik and Jokke Sommer think just skiing or parachuting isn’t exciting enough, so they do both at the same time. Good thing they uploaded this footage for people not as brave as they are.
Bioware had a playable demo of Dragon Age 2 at the Igromir Video Game Expo. The footage isn’t high quality, but it does show the faster-paced combat, as well as Mass Effect-like dialogue.
Cool time-lapse footage of this year’s New York City Marathon at the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, the starting point of the race since 1976. Bonus: helicopter hovering like a dragonfly at 0:17.
Take notes, football coaches, because you can learn a thing or two from the Driscoll Middle School team, a bunch of young smart asses who pulled off the most effortless touchdown of all time.
Treyarch believes that we all have a soldier inside of us, and of course that we should unleash it by playing Call of Duty: Black Ops. One of the best video game commercials we’ve ever seen.
“National UnFriend Day” isn’t exactly catchy, but Jimmy Kimmel does have a point. On 11/17, scan your Facebook friends and think – just how many of these people do I actually give a damn about?
Beyond Black Mesa is an indie film inspired by the Half-Life series of video games. If the trailer is any indication, director Brian Curtin and crew made good use of their paltry $1200 budget.
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