If you jump out of a plane and your parachute refuses to open at 12,500 feet, chances are, you’re screwed. But Gregory Austin McConnell is here to give you every possible advantage, even if it only amounts to a 0.01% chance of survival. Maybe you’ll even meet Al Roker.
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(PG-13: Language) In what just might be the best/worst idea since Sharknado, this action comedy simultaneously spoofs Straight Outta Compton and cheesy horror flicks by setting loose a giant mutant snake in the middle of the story of an up and coming rap group.
For anyone who grew up watching TV in the ’80s and ’90s, the Cheers theme song will immediately bring back fond memories. But let this version play, and things get a whole lot less cheerful. We don’t care if everybody knows our name. There’s no way we’re going to this bar.
(PG-13: Language) Exurb1a imagines a game show where species from all over the universe select what kind of future they will have. As luck would have it, we are today’s contestant. Find out our best and worst case scenarios, and ask yourself where you think we’re headed.
AtmosFX makes computer animated videos you can project onto fabric over windows and doorways, display on monitors, or even project on lawns. They have clips for different occasions, including of course Halloween. You can buy them on DVDs or as digital downloads.
Barnaby Dixon gave his amazing bug puppet a somewhat creepy, yet awesome upgrade – a tiny screen that lets him display his own face on the bug’s head. He wears a GoPro camera while operating the puppet to bring even more life to his already dynamic puppet creation.
“There are generally no shark builds that can justify bottom tier.” TierZoo applies his eSports analysis on sharks, which have a couple of the most infamous builds in the real life meta. They’re proof that Blizzard is part of nature – they both take way too long to nerf OP stuff.
Conan O’Brien and Kumail Nanjiani head to Middle Earth, where they spend their time complaining about the lack of OSHA-compliant railings, visit the world’s best P.F. Chang’s, and encounter “Dûgz the Agonizer,” who sounds suspiciously like Dinesh from Silicon Valley.
“The act of dying while falling into a black hole is called ‘spaghettification.'” It comes across like an episode of Jack Handey’s Deep Thoughts, but every tidbit that celebrity astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson offers up in this amusing Vanity Fair clip is factually accurate.