(PG-13: Language) Maxine is an adorable little corgi. She doesn’t ask for much in life either – a walk, some pets, and the occasional bowl of her favorite snack food. But she’s not all cuddles and hugs, as we learn from the punchline of Uncorked Productions‘ silly short film.
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If you’re gonna be a superhero, you sleep with one eye open. And if you’re sawing logs on the plane, you want people to know you’ve got your eye on ’em too. These sleep masks should do the trick nicely. Available in Finn, Jake, Lumpy Princess, Darth, and Stormtrooper designs too.
Director James Curran’s lighthearted animation features talking butts of all shapes and sizes. The first 40 seconds are amusing in their own right, but things take an unexpected turn after that, and the clip turns into a surprisingly well executed public service announcement.
“So when I have The Facebook, do I also have the Internet?” Bad Lip Reading pokes fun at the congressional hearings of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, replacing the often uncomfortable and uninformed interrogation with an similarly awkward series of questions and answers.
“They are short, stocky, and scaleless, and often look like little pieces of garbage.” We haven’t heard from ZeFrank in eons, so we were thrilled to see he dropped a new nature video for us to enjoy. Here, he introduces us to some weird looking, camouflaging ambush predators.
This commercial for one of Nissin’s instant noodle dishes starts out innocently enough, but then the little chicken presents an offering to the devil, and things get very intense, very quickly. Language is no barrier to enjoying this one. Explanation here (in Japanese).
Bad guys super-powered and otherwise hit the arena in ArtSpear Entertainment’s latest crossover animation. Can Agent Smith outrace Enchantress in converting everyone? Is Thanos overpowered? Will Darth Vader approve of Kylo Ren? All that and more in this silly short film.
(PG-13: Language) If you can believe it, YouTube has only been around since 2005. Lots of things have changed with the service since then, and Casually Explained is here to casually explain the history of Google’s video juggernaut, and what its changes have meant for creators.
David Bornstein’s darkly comic short film tells the story of a piñata, as told from its own perspective. The concept of an inanimate object’s existential dread was already done to the Nth degree in Sausage Party, but Bornstein conveys the same with far greater restraint.
Musician Steve “SamuraiGuitarist” Onotera presents a hyperbolic short film about an itch he’s been wanting to scratch – stringing together all 37 of his stomp boxes, to hear what it sounds like when he routes his guitar through them all. That Miku stomp box is hilarious.
(PG-13: Language) Actor Nick Offerman already has a pretty solid day job, but in case his good looks and manly voice ever fade, he’s got a career he can fall back on – writing captions for the famed (but often esoteric) cartoons from The New Yorker. Seriously, they should hire him.
There’s an entire subreddit dedicated to Pareidolia – the idea that we tend to see faces in inanimate objects because it’s human nature to look for other living creatures. This amusing promo clip for VICELAND’s Weed Week 2018 goes one step further, and makes the faces sing.