Breno Pineschi’s Suco de Laranja is a stop-motion video that uses oranges, melba toast and a juice squeezer to create a synthesizer that any DJ would love to take for a spin.
The NRA has nothing on this guns trailer for Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood; it’s a lead-filled montage of six shooters, bolt action rifles and even a cannon; in other words, “Dy-no-mite.”
Mix Conan the Barbarian with a viral outbreak set in modern times and you have Nier, Square Enix’s latest action adventure game; the trailer above is a mix of gameplay and cinematics.
If Nintendo Made Halo 3 is a goofy what-if machinima; while not all the games parodied are made by Nintendo, we love the references to Pokemon, Star Fox, Pac Man and more.
Seen at Google I/O, the Google Holodeck shows Street View at high speed; it gives viewers the illusion of motion, which is fun as long as the safety protocols don’t go offline.
It looks like Futurama’s Raiders of the Lost Arcade segment, but the video above is an actual game; it includes Fry’s Rush soundtrack, episode clips and a Planet Express Ship cameo.
Split/Second takes a cue from Burnout (and then some) by turning entire race tracks into demolition derbies; massive buildings collapse around you as you head to the finish line.
This trailer for The Saboteur reveals little, both in terms of gameplay and censored naughty bits; still, we’re intrigued by setting: it’s an adventure serial-style FPS set in WW2.
No livers were harmed in the creation of this Liquor Bottle Dominoes video, which tips over hundreds of beer, vodka and other liquor bottles for an ending worthy of champions.
From Devil May Cry’s creator, this estrogen-laden trailer for Bayonetta lays the action on thick (and fast) with top-notch visuals, wicked boss battles and a bevy of Sarah Palin lookalikes.
While this teaser yields no surprises (it’s just Buzz going to infinity and beyond with signage), we’re looking forward to seeing Woody and gang again for Toy Story 3, due out 6/18/10.
It’s no secret that eating dirt is a BMX rider’s worst nightmare, but this animated Watch the Ground short by Ludovic Habas literally brings the earth to life as a horrifying arch nemesis.
White Knight Chronicles jumps the gun with this E3 trailer; it’s light on actual gameplay and mixes old and new cinematics, but we’re happy that it’ll be the first true online RPG for the PS3.
Hitler’s bunker scene in Downfall has been fodder for countless spoofs, but the studio is now issuing takedown notices; the response from YouTubers: a sharply-worded DMCA parody.
It may be a teaser, but with a length of over a minute, beautifully epic visuals and a huge character reveal at 0:39, this second video for Mass Effect 2 is full of Geth-slayin’ win.
Tough to describe but nifty to use, Google Wave isn’t public yet; it’s essentially a real-time, open-source communications hub which mashes up chat, social networking, wikis and more.
There’s no place loonier than Luna, which is why Rabbids Go Home has the forever screaming, bushy-tailed psychos building a pile of junk to the moon a-la Katamari Damacy.
100 Best Movie Lines in 200 Seconds is a grand Hollywood tour, with clips from comedy, sci-fi, drama and more; Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jack Nicholson are limelight hogs.
Created in only 4 weeks, Scoop Volante is a fast-paced and funny animated film about an alien and an overzealous photographer; kudos to the 4-person team for a Pixar-quality short.
We’ve seen plenty of Transformers footage, but this One Shall Stand trailer for the game rocks our socks simply for having Peter Cullen do Prime–that, and nearly non-stop action.
Just like its predecessor, Natural Selection 2 is an aliens vs. marines Half-Life mod; it’s due out this year but we’re drooling over this in-engine teaser, which shows off the playable Onos.
Subaru’s Impreza WRX has been many things through the years, but it’s never been gorgeous; this hunkered down WRX STI concept by Lars Martensson is indeed a hot hatch.
First previewed in 2007, 77 (named after Star Wars’ 5-25-77 release date) has a revamped trailer out; it’s a comedy/drama about a sci-fi geek who dreams of being a filmmaker.
The MIT SENSEable City Lab’s Obama | One People is a project that visualizes cellphone call activity around Washington, D.C. and the world on Inauguration Day 2009.
Olympus puts its marketing where its mouth is by putting their Olympus Stylus TOUGH cameras to the ultimate test: a room full of daycare kids who are free to paint, dunk and drop ’em.
CollegeHumor’s Kindle 3 parody takes Amazon’s e-reader to its logical conclusion with a device that “shows” books instead of making you read; book learnin’ has never been funner.
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