What happens when you load up an artificial intelligence neural network with lyrics to country music’s greatest hits, and then ask it to write its own tune? You end up with this gem, courtesy of Botnik Studios. We have to wonder if this is how Bad Lip Reading creates its song lyrics.
THE BEST Funny Stuff
(PG-13: Language) From Vizzini in The Princess Bride to Frau Blücher in Young Frankenstein, some of the most memorable and quotable characters in the history of movies are also the weirdest. Jon Lefkovitz compiled this excellent edit of some of their greatest moments.
…also known as Toxicity on a Toilet. Here’s something you don’t see every day – some guy playing the percussion section of System of a Down song on a miniature drum kit… in his bathroom. He’s also done the same for Twenty One Pilots, Green Day, and The Cranberries, among others.
Celebrate Halloween with one of the most iconic characters of the season, Tom Hanks’ incredibly memorably SNL creation David S. Pumpkins, along with his glow-in-the-dark B-boy skeleton crew. All three figures are ready to scare the hell out of you in this limited edition set from Funko. Any questions?
Editor ThorC1138 managed to find scenes from 100 different films in which a character spoke a different number between 1 and 100, then cut them together into a multi-movie countdown. We were really hoping for a rocket lift-off or a big explosion at the end.
We’re not quite sure why we find this CGI simulation of noodles being tossed about so satisfying, but we do. Somebody needs to turn this into a video game where the objective is to transfer all the noodles from the bowl to the glass using only that fork. We’d pay at least $1.99 for that game.
Think you know all the good swear words? This deck of cards features 100 words to help you keep up with the locals around the globe. Each card includes the English pronunciation of a nasty word or phrase, its translation, and a rating indicating just how rude it is if you say it.
Mario and Fafa take a day off from scripted comedy to do a little improv. First, they play a fun game where they have to try and say the same word at the same time, then another where they identify celebrities and characters who are progressively smaller than the last one they mentioned. Who could be tinier than Ant-Man?
Stock footage and photo provider Dissolve follows up its prior collection of fake television shows with another round, created entirely from videos in their library. For as good as the provided examples look, we really want to see Alaskan Fires, Speed Demons 2, and Super Guy.
Musician Addi Somekh has been playing his unique musical instrument for more than 10 years now, so there’s no wonder he’s perfected his ability to eke a wide variety of notes and sounds out of a couple of balloons. His buddy Joey on the electric bass ain’t too shabby either.
A group of interns working at Microsoft wanted to say thanks to the company that gave them a home for the summer and something good for their resumes. But what do you give the company that’s got everything – and on an intern’s budget? You put on a Broadway show, that’s what!
Beat Saber is one of the most fun and addictive VR games we’ve played, but it requires a head-mounted display and VR controllers to play. DoodleChaos decided to see if he could make a rudimentary version of the game in Minecraft, by dual wielding swords and whacking flower pots while rolling down a track in a mine cart.
(PG-13: Language) The Sam O’Nella Academy brings us another round of strange and unusual factoids, this time about our distant primate cousins. From smoking cigarettes to painting abstract modern art, chimps have developed some surprising skills and behaviors over the years.
(PG-13: Language) Actor, comedian, impressionist, and musician Jay Pharoah made a big splash on his earlier Hot Ones appearance, so he couldn’t resist a return to the spicy interview table, where he brought along guest stars Keanu Reeves, Kanye, Nic Cage, and Idris Elba.
(PG-13: Language) British expat Chris Broad has been living in Japan for a while now, and has some pointers for things you never should do while in the country. It’s a humorous, but very useful look at Japanese manners and decorum. TL;DW: Don’t play with your chopsticks.
(Gore) If we can have possessed killer dolls and possessed killer trucks, why not possessed killer furniture? That’s the question that this insane schlock horror film (also known as My Lover, My Lazy Boy) aims to answer. Though it looks more like a recliner than a sofa to us. Heading straight to DVD and digital 10/2019.
Former Green Bay Packers QB and NBC Sports guest host Brett Favre sat down with Bob Swerski and Carl Wollarski to discuss their differing perspectives on the long-running rivalry between The Pack and Da Bears. With a little help from their digital assistant Mary-Pat, the superfans just might make their point.(Thanks Jen!)
It’s been some time since Zach Galifianakis conducted his original series of uncomfortable celebrity interviews, but the mighty bucks of Netflix have convinced Zach to subject more celebs to his questioning, in a new movie with a thinly-veiled plot excuse for more awkward conversations. Premieres 9/20/19.
In this short and silly animation, a man is sick and tired of the numerous scooters that have popped up around his city, and he voices his frustration by scooting away from all of it himself. Directed and animated by Daniela Sherer for Adult Swim Smalls. Music by David Hughes, J. Christopher Arrison, and Mason Brown.
(PG-13: Lyrics) Ain’t nuthin’ to it, but to do it. The DADS‘ delightful music video brings back memories of the Spike Jonze/Fatboy Slim/Christopher Walken collaboration on Weapon of Choice, and that’s a good thing. Sit back and enjoy as an ordinary guy breaks out his best dance moves to the infectious grooves of DJ Dillon Francis.
Like most people who post videos on YouTube, musician Madilyn Bailey has been subjected to an endless stream of hateful, poorly spelled comments by 12 year olds. Rather than taking them to heart, she turned their trolling into a song, and so far has racked up over 6 million views as the ultimate sweet revenge.
In tribute to SpongeBob SquarePants‘ creator Stephen Hillenburg, a group of 86 talented animators organized by ExtraAbsorbent teamed up to recreate the entire first episode of Nickelodeon’s classic cartoon, with each scene done in a different style. Full credits list here.
Kellogg’s Rice Krispies cereal is best known for the “snap, crackle, pop” sounds it makes when swimming in milk. If you love that sound, but like things one louder, then check out this invention by Dominic Wilcox, which amplifies the sound for everyone to enjoy at the breakfast table.
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