(NSFW: Language) The first stand-up documentary ever to be accepted in the Sundance Film Festival, Hilarious is just classic Louis C.K. from start to end – hateful, true and very funny.
Molecular gastronomy has certainly made its mark with foodies. Now you can try these techniques in your own kitchen. You’ll be spherifying, gelifying and emulsifying meals in no time with this kit.
The guy with the green guitar gets it after an ear-grating solo. I think it’s fair to say that its their last gig together. Although if you ask us, they all should have smacked each other.
We’ve seen 360-degree still images before, but this is the first time we’ve seen an in-the-round video which lets you actually pan and tilt the camera. The British Colombian scenery ain’t bad either.
Crafted from concrete, steel and aluminum, Atelier Takagi’s LED tabletop lamps get their inspiration from the bright lights you’d find lining pre-fab community streets and mall parking lots.
Green Bay’s 337 pound B.J. Raji picked off Caleb Hainey’s pass (that really was thrown right to him) and ran it in for a quick TD to clinch the Packers’ NFC victory. Bonus: brief end zone dance at 0:18.
Let’s all let a collective “awwwww” out, because there’s no way of getting around it: Heidi, the cross-eyed German possum, despite being a wild stinky animal, is just plain cute. (Thanks Turner!)
…well at least they usually have pretty decent jumping abilities. Unfortunately, this orange tabby must have missed that day at the feline academy. Score: Cat 0, Sir Isaac Newton 1.
This is what passes for amazing nowadays. This lucky mini-golfer placed his golf ball on the tip of a water fountain. Everyone’s mind is blown when the water comes out and supports the ball. And then…
Edo Competition gave a Posrche Panamera Turbo a whale of a makeover. The Moby Dick has Mansory aerodynamics parts, new exhaust tips, a 750hp engine and a custom electronic lowering module.
Now you can hug eBoy’s pixel-packed art. Choose from landscapes of New York, Los Angeles, and Baltimore Docks – if those cities had giant apes and robot dinosaurs, that is.
It may have a hatchback and seat four (assuming your back-seat passengers have no legs), but with a 6.3L, 651hp V12 power plant, AWD and a top speed of 208mph, it’s all Ferrari under the hood.
This brief clip features the fastest Steadicam maneuvers we’ve ever seen, with the speediest shot aided by an equally stable Segway. Cheesy subject matter, but awesome camera work.
If you jump to 6:38 in this video clip, you’ll see Mike Proctor pull off the ultimate vehicular peel-out. Even though the car isn’t going 88mph, Marty McFly and Doc Brown would be so proud.
Catherine Hardwicke’s Red Riding Hood features Amanda Seyfried as a young woman who loves a man but is marrying another, and is both suspect and bait for a werewolf who preys on their village.
We’re not sure if the Discovery Network is playing an early April Fools Day prank or if there’s truth to the stories behind their special about beer’s world-transforming properties. Premieres 1/30.
Matthew Kim’s gutsy Hammerhead HMR989 PC flips conventional computer design inside out, offering bright blue LEDs and open-air cooling assisted by a dramatic Thermaltake â€œSpinQâ€ CPU cooler.
If we could bottle and sell just a tiny amount of the passion that Luka Šulić and Stjepan Hauser have playing their cellos in this gorgeous looking and sounding video, we’d surely be rich by now. Bravo!
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