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Rick & Morty: Non-Canonical Adventures 2

Rick & Morty: Non-Canonical Adventures 2

(Gore) Lee Hardcastle is back with another series of Rick and Morty claymation shorts, this time sending the duo on a some Halloween adventures, injecting them into Beetlejuice, Hellraiser, The Blair Witch Project, Videodrome, and a few other creepy and not so creepy movie classics.

#chadgetstheaxe

#chadgetstheaxe

(PG-13: Language) Travis Bible’s horror short satirizes obnoxious online personalities and their chatty followers, as “soon to be top five” vlogger Chad Ryan pays a visit to a cabin where a massacre took place. But he finds himself in a bit too deep as he livestreams his experience to millions of followers.

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Dogs in Therapy

Dogs in Therapy

After taking us inside the minds of cats in therapy, the always funny Ze Frank wants us to know that dogs have just as many reasons to seek counseling, from compulsive kitty litter snacking, to owners dressing them up in humiliating costumes, and asking them to perform stupid tricks.

If Walter White Had a Cat

If Walter White Had a Cat

As Ernst Stavro Blofeld proved, we’re not sure having a cat really makes you any less imposing of a character. Still, it’s kind of amusing to see the anti-hero of Breaking Bad with a kitty cat as his business partner instead of Jesse Pinkman. Yeah, mice!

Total Recall (1990) Honest Trailer

Total Recall (1990) Honest Trailer

(Gore) Screen Junkies reminisces about Paul Verhoeven’s classically campy action sci-fi movie that asked the question “If I’m not me, who the hell am I?,”, literally sucked the air out of the room, introduced us to three-boobed women, and eventually went on to inspire the plot of Avatar.

Bosstown Dynamics Military Bot

Bosstown Dynamics Military Bot

The VFX wizards at Corridor imagine a world where battlefields aren’t populated by humans, and war is waged by humanoid robots instead. But they can’t fight before their masters treat them like rubbish as part of their training exercises. We do not condone cruelty to robots.

Movies (And Other Things)

Movies (And Other Things)

Were the raptors in Jurassic Park just misunderstood? Who’s the better tough guy movie dog owner? Shea Serrano’s book explores these and other random questions from the world of movies. Arturo Torres‘ witty and sharply-drawn images are the perfect accompaniment to Serrano’s in-depth analysis.

To Do List Notepad

To Do List Notepad

If you’re like us, you’ve got lots of things on your to do list. Keep track of the most important stuff with these Sh*t I Gotta F*cking Get Done notepads. Each 6″ x 9″ notepad has 50 lined pages for you to scribble down your tasks on. Sold as a pack of two.

How to Fix Anything

How to Fix Anything

(PG-13: Language) Is your internet router on the fritz? Appliances acting up? Uncle Rob has got you covered. His series of informative life hacks has the universal solution for just about anything, and it involves gasoline, a spark, and a bit of whiskey. More useful tips here.

Gene Wilder: Master of Pauses

Gene Wilder: Master of Pauses

Gene Wilder was one of the best comedic actors of all time. With performances in films like Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein, and The Producers, his timing and pacing of his speech are still unequaled. Editor Rishi Kaneria and Raging Cinema Extras present some of those perfect moments, minus Willy Wonka.

The Wampa Strikes Back

The Wampa Strikes Back

In the early moments of The Empire Strikes Back, Luke Skywalker finds himself in a precarious situation, dangling upside-down in the cave of a deadly wampa. In the original, Luke manages to escape with help of The Force, but in VanBullock’s version, things don’t turn out so well.

This Annoying Life Coloring Book

This Annoying Life Coloring Book

Are you frustrated by life’s little annoyances? Illustrator Oslo Davis‘ coloring book is packed with images of unsatisfying moments from office printer paper jams, to tangled cables, to dropped contact lenses. We encourage you to color far outside of the lines.

Retrograde Supply Patches

Retrograde Supply Patches

The folks at Retrograde Supply Co. offer up a variety of snarky embroidered patches perfect for expressing feelings of disdain, ennui, and general dissatisfaction. Each patch has an iron-on backing, though if you’re not too over it, you should get out a needle and thread.

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Shock Therapy

Shock Therapy

A man with a fear of just about everything decides to test his luck at exposure therapy, facing his numerous phobias by moving in with all of them under one roof. A wonderfully fun animated short film from Bali Engel and Matthieu Landour of Bat Collective.

Cattbutt and Dogbutt Coloring Books

Cattbutt and Dogbutt Coloring Books

You haven’t truly experienced pet ownership until your furry friend turns around and winks at you with their third eye. These irreverent cat butt and dog butt coloring books are filled with charming tail-end images for you to embellish. Corgi butts win the cute contest.

Pizza Playing Cards

Pizza Playing Cards

Next time you get together for a game of poker with your pals, serve them up some pizza too. You won’t even have to call Pizza Hut, because this pizza comes in playing card form. GamaGo’s delicious-looking cards only come in pepperoni, so if you want ham and pineapple, you’re out of luck. Also available: donut playing cards.

Bicycle

Bicycle

While computer graphics are becoming more and more realistic, we appreciate when artists use the medium to create things that are simply outlandish and impossible in the real world. Take, for example, this ridiculously-long and flexible bicycle-built-for-five from Cool3DWorld.

If You Wanna Breathe My Sulfur

If You Wanna Breathe My Sulfur

Musical mashup maestro Bill McClintock issues his apologies in advance for this hilariously weird melding of The Spice Girls and Slipknot, with a dash of The Black Crowes tossed in for extra seasoning. All we really want is to zig-a-zig-aaaaaaarrrrgh.

Casually Explained: English

Casually Explained: English

(PG-13: Language) If you’re reading this, there’s an overwhelming chance that you can speak English. In this casual explanation, we learn what makes our language different than others, and why in some ways it’s easier to learn, and in others, much harder. Then there are the local accents and dialects…

Betabrand Kaiju Cage-Match Shirt

Betabrand Kaiju Cage-Match Shirt

Betabrand says their Hawaiian shirt was “inspired by actual events,” but we don’t remember the last time that a 20-story lizard actually battled a 3-headed gopher monster on the streets Tokyo. But even if the imagery stretches the truth, it’s a cool shirt. Grab one before they’re all gone.

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Shark Tea Bags

Shark Tea Bags

We’re gonna need a bigger cup. Somehow a great white shark has made its way into your kitchen, and is swimming around in your tea. Fortunately, that’s not blood in the water, but just the red from a fragrant hibiscus and rosehip tea blend. Still, sip at your own risk. Sold in sets of three. Also available from CD Japan.

LWT: The Weather

LWT: The Weather

(PG-13: Language) You wouldn’t think that weather forecasting would be a very controversial subject. But as John Oliver explains, there’s a tenuous balance between the government agency that provides much US weather data, and private companies, and the battle brewing between useful information and hype.

Super Soprano Bros.

Super Soprano Bros.

(PG-13: Language) Upper State’s darkly-comedic parody of The Sopranos imagines if the show was set in the Mushroom Kingdom instead of New Jersey. It’s so well executed, it could have been an actually episode of HBO’s hit drama. Actor Max Koch’s Gandolfini impression really helps sell it. (Thanks Ryan!)

SNL: Grouch

SNL: Grouch

If everyone calls you trash…and everyone treats you like trash… why don’t you just become trash? Saturday Night Live host and Stranger Things star David Harbour takes on the origin story for the grimy and gritty antihero of Sesame Street in this amusing parody of Joker.

LEGO GTA

LEGO GTA

While LEGO has bent some of its rules about violence by offering weapons with some of its Star Wars sets, the brand is still pretty much about clean, wholesome fun. But that didn’t stop Nukazooka from imagining a LEGO movie based on the world of Grand Theft Auto.

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