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Claycat’s DOOM Eternal

Claycat’s DOOM Eternal

(Gore, Flashing lights) Animator Lee Hardcastle follows up his visceral DOOM claymation with another carnage-filled short, as our heroic kitty does everything he can to protect his cute little bunny pal from a horrific demise at the hands of an alien horde. But is he too late?

My Living Nightmare

My Living Nightmare

Kevin James continues to kill it with his YouTube channel, delivering sketch after sketch of hilarious and twisted comedy. In this clip, James plays a real estate agent who can’t help but shake an uncomfortable feeling after visiting a creepy old mansion… in his dreams.

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King of the Hill Cover

King of the Hill Cover

Musician jbrooks95 shows off his multi-instrumental talents with a cover of The Refreshments’ memorable theme music from Mike Judge’s animated classic King of the Hill. We love how he incorporated the beer can, and used a cymbal to make the triangle sound.

Moving Out (Gameplay)

Moving Out (Gameplay)

This physics-based moving sim game asks players to move furniture around the town of Packmore, as you live your life as a newly-certified Furniture Arrangement & Relocation Technician. It’s packed with hilarious and tricky levels, and looks even more fun in co-op mode. Drops 4/28/2020 on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch.

Bird on a Skateboard

Bird on a Skateboard

2020 is off to a hell of a vicious start, and it’s The Awesomer’s job to offer up some distractions from the madness around us. This video of a bird riding a skateboard should help distract you for the next 40 seconds or so. Meanwhile, we’ll get back to work filling your web browser with more innocuous stuff.

Time Travel Instructional Video

Time Travel Instructional Video

The guys at Squirrel Monkey offer up a 1980s style training video for the fictitious Department of Time Travel, envisioning a world in which the government started to develop a time machine back in the 1940s, and eventually unleashed it on human subjects after a series of failures and animal tests.

Factometer Thermometer

Factometer Thermometer

Why check the temperature with an ordinary thermometer, when you can check it with bonus trivia? Fred’s all-season thermometer includes facts from -40ºF to 140ºF and from -40ºC to 60ºC, so you can compare your current climate to other notable moments in time. Made from durable enameled steel.

Skinny Sully

Skinny Sully

Computer graphics animator C4D4U was playing around with some digital hair rendering techniques when he came up with this hilariously weird creation. After asking his YouTube followers to name the blue-green, dancing sasquatch, one of them put it best: “When Sullivan finishes his diet.”

Subpar Parks Posters

Subpar Parks Posters

Artist Amber Share created this hilarious series of travel posters she calls “Subpar Parks.” Each illustration is accompanied by an excerpt from an actual 1-star review from a jaded visitor to a US National Park. The images are available as prints, postcards, and stickers on her website. Collect them all!

Metal’s Dumbest Videos

Metal’s Dumbest Videos

(PG-13: Language) “This isn’t metal. It’s just kids in Hot Topic clothes… yelling at me.” Comedian and heavy metal fan Brian Posehn stopped by Loudwire studios to peddle his comedy metal album Grandpa Metal, which pokes fun at the clichés of metal music. He also took a little time to roast some truly awful music videos.

Earth, Wind, Fire & Kids

Earth, Wind, Fire & Kids

Control yourself, take only what you need from the 21st day of September. Remix artist William Maranci performed a wild combo maneuver with this track, which seamlessly mashes up MGMT’s Kids with Earth, Wind & Fire’s September.

0% Food

0% Food

This weird and wonderful very short film attempts to answer the question “what kind of food would androids consume, if they needed to eat?” Apparently, the answer seems to be something very colorful and strangely textured. Directed and animated by Lukas Vojir, with music and sound by Resonate for XK Studio.

Bad Guy on Pumpkins

Bad Guy on Pumpkins

Yeah, yeah, we know. Billie Eilish’s megahit Bad Guy has been covered enough times already. But we couldn’t resist posting Pupsi’s version, performed entirely on pumpkins. Enjoy the extended version, complete with pumpkin carving here.

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Every Student Film Set

Every Student Film Set

If you’ve ever been involved in a student film – or any amateur film shoot, you’ll easily relate to Gus Johnson’s parody sketch. He perfectly captures the frustrations of the day, from the lack of direction, to the terrible production techniques, to the endless waiting around due to poor planning.

Believe It or Snot

Believe It or Snot

A fun book for science geeks and anyone who enjoys biology, Believe It or Snot: The Definitive Field Guide to Earth’s Slimy Creatures catalogs snails, bugs, lizards, mammals, and other critters, and explores just how much goo, slime, and mucus they leave in their wake. From the authors of Does It Fart? and True or Poo?

Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss

Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss

This absurd dark comedy follows a couple who move into a low rent apartment, only to find wacked-out cult members start breaking in to commit ritualistic suicides. If that doesn’t sound funny to you, think again – that’s Taika Waititi as the cult leader, accompanied by an excellent comedic ensemble cast.

Pizza Beach Blanket

Pizza Beach Blanket

Going to the beach and eating pepperoni pizza are two of our favorite things, so this microfiber beach blanket makes perfect sense to us. While you can’t actually eat this 5-foot diameter pepperoni pie, you can always use your phone to have a pizza delivered while you sunbathe on it.

Pamela Adlon Improvs Voices

Pamela Adlon Improvs Voices

You might not know Pamela Adlon’s face, but she’s the talented actor behind Bobby on King of the Hill and Spinelli on Recess, among others. In the latest of Vanity Fair’s voice improv videos, they asked her to come up with eight new character voices on the spot. The scenarios she comes up with are just as imaginative as the voices.

You Got Something There

You Got Something There

You ever have a little food on your face and your friend points it out? Comedic actor Kevin James and his pal experience just that… and a little more, in this hilarious bit we spotted on his new YouTube channel. While you’re there, be sure to check out his Rocky and Star Wars sound guy sketches.

The City Animal Tier List

The City Animal Tier List

To date, TierZoo has focused its RPG-style analysis mostly on how animals survive in the wild. This time out, they’ve decided to look at their relative strengths and abilities should they make their way into urban areas, along with identifying which creatures are most effective in cities.

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Roomba Bicycle

Roomba Bicycle

William Osman had a bunch of robot vacuum cleaners left over from a previous project, so he asked his viewers what to do with them. After trying a bunch of bad ideas, he decided to go his own way and build a bike with Roombas for wheels. It doesn’t go well.

Kids’ Shark Desk

Kids’ Shark Desk

Encourage your kids to study with the help of a hungry shark. This awesome desk and hutch from Cliek lets them stare right into the jaws of doom every time they sit down to do their homework. We love that the teeth are reading lights. Measures 40.16″ W x 62.2″ H x 24″ D overall. We’re gonna need a bigger bedroom.

Max’s Journey to the Moon

Max’s Journey to the Moon

Tom Wrigglesworth and Matt Robinson of Wriggles and Robins created this fun stop-motion animation that tells the story of a boy’s action-packed journey to the moon, using pancakes as their medium. They cooked up about 600 pancakes to capture the action, though we’re not sure how many of those they ended up eating.

SNL: Airport Sushi

SNL: Airport Sushi

John Mulaney rounds out his Diner Lobster and Bodega Bathroom trilogy with another thing none of us should ever do – eat raw seafood at New York LaGuardia Airport, or for that matter, even fly out of the place. This time, Jake Gyllenhal and David Byrne come along and take that ride.

“Weird Al” Chia Pet

“Weird Al” Chia Pet

Fans of “Weird Al” Yankovic finally have a Chia Pet to call their own. NECA’s officially-licensed clay head lets you grow the novelty musician’s iconic ‘fro atop his noggin, so you can watch your plants grow as you crank up some White & Nerdy. We wonder if you could get some seeds to sprout from his mustache.

Balloon Mayhem

Balloon Mayhem

Perhaps it’s some deep-seated childhood disappointment, but there’s something about the sound of balloons popping that sets us on edge. But that’s all you’re gonna get in this video from performance artist Jan Hakon Erichsen, as he uses a variety of knife rigs to shamelessly destroy a bunch of the party inflatables.

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