Jay Leno is the man: the talk show host offers up his own version of Claude Lelouch’s Rendezvous, driving us through Hollywood’s version of the Nurburgring in a 2011 SLS AMG.
JibJab’s aptly-named Never A Year Like ’09 is a downer for the decade; from Octomoms and Balloon Boys to Swine Flu and Auto Bailouts, one thing’s for sure: this year needs to end.
Filled with psychotropic mushrooms and reluctantly airborne tortoises, A Complaint to Mario Bros. Plumbing is reason enough that video game characters are best left in World 1-1.
Despite exposition courtesy Dicaprio, this trailer for Inception does little to help us understand its plot; still, we’re liking the mind games aspect of this sci-fi thriller, due out summer 2010.
Gorgeously animated with Corel Painter, Assassin’s Creed: Initiation is a fan-made short film; it delves into Altair’s past, showing his last rite of passage before gaining the title of Assassin.
YouTube’s Pantless Knights spoof Lonely Island’s I’m On A Boat with I’m On A Mac ft. PC-Pain and two Jobs; it may be pro-Apple, but it’s more a reason not to be a fanboy of any camp.
There aren’t many things we post that’ll leave you with a lump in your throat, but Last Minutes with Oden is one of them; it’s a deeply moving video of a dog’s final moments. Thanks, Johan.
There’s no gameplay footage in this trailer for Fist of the North Star, but we’re still plenty excited: the Dynasty Warriors-style game is due out next year on PS3 and Xbox 360.
Though far shorter than previous trailers, these Assassin and Savage trailers for Mass Effect 2 manage to be both entertaining and succinct; in the deep words of Grunt: “I love to fight.”
If you’re a true-blooded chocobo, seven-letter hero, or adventurer with a thing for thickets, we promise you’ll shed happy triforce tears over Brentalfloss’ Final Fantasy with Lyrics.
NSFW: this trailer for Donnie Yen’s 14 Blades is largely wordless, which is fine as it lets its weapons do the talking: it features crossbows, the occasional vase, and oh so many blades.
This Star Wars x A-Team video is a Mr. T-errific 80s mashup: other than swapping a mohawk for a walking carpet and a van for a Falcon, their respective galaxies aren’t that far, far away.
Kees van Dijkhuizen’s Cinema 2009 is a blockbuster end to the year, with 342 movies compressed into seven glorious cinematic minutes; see the full list here or watch it in 1080p here.
Some may find mowing down zombies with a car repetitive, but this launch trailer for Zombie Driver puts the undead to rest: rocket-powered buses and flame-throwing limos FTW!
Sanctioned by Disney Pixar, Australian DJ Pogo’s UPular is a fantastic remix that puts Russell on the mic; it’s composed using chords, bass notes, and vocal samples from Up. Thanks, Alan!
Get really up close and personal with this First Person Fireworks video courtesy of Cy Brown, aka coolest dad ever: he tasks his kids with shooting down his UAV with fireworks.
Buddy cop flicks are fairly formulaic, but Cop Out is a promising mix for JASBSB, 30 Rock, and Die Hard fans: it’s directed by Kevin Smith and stars Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan.
Bioware co-founder Ray Muzyka gives us an overview of Mass Effect 2′s new features in this Upgrades Interview; he covers the improved combat system, exploration, and progression.
Watch as Operation Yule Storm takes place on 12/12 at 1212 hours in San Francisco; it tasked the 12th Nutracker Regiment with escorting Santa, Jesus, and other North Pole VIPs.
Warlords stars Jet Li, Andy Lau, Takeshi Kaneshiro in an epic dramatization of the 19th century Taiping Rebellion in China; released in 2007 in Asia, it arrives in US theaters 4/2/2010.
Don’t get burned by bad science: astronomically-correct a capella group The Chromatics sings The Sun Song, an ultra high-energy composition complete with NASA imagery.
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