Bernard Gigounon’s child-like imagination turns seafaring vessels into spaceships simply by use of mirror-images and appropriate backgrounds. This would go well with the Star Wars soundtrack.
Crytek’s top brass show off the “choreographed sandbox” that is Crysis 2, highlighting the changing battlefield and the varied ways of dealing with enemies using the game’s trademark Nanosuit.
This 22 second video will likely have you laughing, provided you 1) enjoy the current pop culture offerings on YouTube and 2) appreciate the good old days of video gaming.
We don’t know why you’d make a video of a Stormtrooper dancing to a jazzed-up version of Singin’ in the Rain in the first place, let alone a CGI-enhanced “special edition”, but here it is.
You don’t want to mess with the police in Japan – even if you are the Dark Lord of the Sith. If we knew the force could be disrupted with a left hook, we would have tried that a long time ago.
The manliest mercenaries reveal their soft side on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Props to Dolph Lundgren, who makes up for his absolute lack of acting skills with an Ivan Drago reference.
At first we thought this might be animal cruelty, but Sara the dog clearly enjoys it when her master gives her a push on the swing set. Speak, Sara, Speak! Higher! Higher! Good dog.
The mockumentary Spinal Tap had many classic scenes. Here’s one, only in LEGO form. Nigel shows Marty the world’s most absurd amp, for when the band needs that “extra push over the cliff”.
We think the audio on this clip must be fake, but this guy claims his cabinet sounds just like Chewbacca when the door opens. If he’s not lying, it’s awesome. If he is, feed him to the Wampa.
We’re not sure if this is a one-shot or a pilot episode for a series, but either way it’s worth watching. Gluko & Lennon is a funny animated short with a quirky and beautiful art style.
You can probably guess how this story starts, and it seems like it’s all downhill from there. A hilarious new animated series that explores what shouldn’t have been explored – Luke & Leia having a child.
Mark Svoboda shot this hypnotizing time lapse video of a cob of corn being ravaged by squirrels. Or it could be just one squirrel – look at that fat furry bastard. It’s all him ain’t it?
This 4-way mashup seamlessly combines the music of Tom Jones, Rick James, Prince and MC Hammer. We’re not sure whether to dance or close the browser. Where’s Rick Astley when you need him?
What better way to end the week, but with a little Survivor? This isn’t just any 1980s hair band. This geeked-out 21st century update is performed entirely on iPads, courtesy of Jordan Hollender.
How could you possibly improve upon such a classic scene from a classic movie? Replace half of the actors with cats. On second thought, maybe it’s not an improvement, but it’s definitely weird.
We’re not sure if the kids in this PokÃ©mon music video are serious or if they were trying to be funny. Either way, their video alternates between hilarious and disturbing.
This fool thought it would be awesome to dance in the middle of the road. You know what’s going to happen next. The Inception soundtrack heightens the suspense, and the laughs.