A teenager outdoes his friends’ swimming pool stunts by letting one rip in the water. The buildup of RocketJump’s short film could’ve been way shorter, but the payoff is worth it. You could even say its special.
An oldie but a goodie from Freddie Wong, in which he shows off his impressive rapid-fire baseball batting technique. Given who it is in the video, we’re gonna guess it was VFX, not talent or luck, that helped him hit all those balls.
Freddie Wong walks around like a total self-absorbed Glasshole, doing what many of us already do when using our smartphones and walking. We’re not worried. We’re going to wait for the direct optical implant version anyhow.
Freddie Wong and his “elite fighting force” must save the President. Only one problem – they seem to have forgotten how to properly aim their weapons. We won’t spoil the punchline, but it’s classic FreddieW – humor and gunplay.
(NSFW: Language) Two cops catch up to their target but quickly find themselves at an impasse. Freddie Wong and crew combine their visual effects comedy with Key & Peele’s punchline-stretching humor.
What do you get when you combine Raiden, his Fruit Ninja-like morning routines and a common household appliance? Freddie Wong shows his true devotion to Metal Gear in this amusing vid.
(NSFW) Agent 47 is asked to take down an adult film director in this kick-ass short film by Freddie Wong. Stupid bodyguards aside, we almost can’t believe how good Freddie has become.
Freddie Wong and friends bust out the remote-controlled cars, and replicate the best of big-budget car chases in this thrilling car chase loaded with drifts and Blues Brothers-worthy cop take-downs.
Freddie Wong orchestrates the ultimate battle between today’s most popular video game characters and a massive invasion of primitive 8-bit pixelated foes as they invade the city.
Freddie Wong and Brandon Laatsch do their best impressions of Harrison Ford and Sean Connery, recreating the best scene from the worst Indiana Jones movie, thanks to director Devin Supertramp.
Freddie Wong’s latest video doesn’t have a story, not even a semblance of a plot. Just a warrior rampaging through Skyrim, as skilled as he is insane, with enough power to stop a meme.
Freddie Wong aka F Wong aka F to the W aka Weezy F is back to use his team’s visual effects chops to freshen up a busted up horse, west coast style. The reveal and reaction scenes are spot on.