We’re not exactly sure what’s gone wrong with this Russian train, but the imposing flames and soot bellowing forth from the smoke stacks on top make it look like it’s passengers are destined for Hades.
A speeding blue BMW M5 does its best job to recreate in full-scale the effect of a bullet slicing through an apple, balloons and other obstacles, all captured in glorious slow-motion.
This cat seems far more interested in playing the guitar than in the 6.3 magnitude quake which struck in the middle of his performance. In fact, he seems downright offended by the interruption.
Check out the ARJES hydraulic shredder VZ 950 crushing whole cars to bits in seconds. Is it better than when the Terminator dropped himself into the hot molten steel in T2? Your call. (Thanks Peter!)
A “fully accessorized” anti-zombie rifle by the guys at Moss Pawn. It has, among other things, nine 30-round magazines, three laser sights and four flashlights. Good luck running with this thing.
So you’ve got your 14-ton earth-mover stuck on a ridge and need to get it down. Watch as this driver uses creativity, skill (and some tires) to maneuver out of this tricky situation.
The Shake Weight is one of the more inappropriate looking pieces of workout equipment when in action, so this guy decided to go on the street with one and see how many people he could freak out.
(Spoilers) With season 5 of Breaking Bad around the corner on July 15th, refresh your memory of the major plot points of the past four seasons with this brilliantly edited 9-minute recap.
From what we’ve been told, the cats that faced off in this battle are okay, but the tense stand-off had us on the edge of our seats – and the explosive conclusion made us jump from them.
Artist Anders Ramsell took nearly a year to create 3285 individual aquarelle paintings to brilliantly replicate key moments from Ridley Scott’s science fiction classic Blade Runner.