(Spoilers) VFX house El Ranchito shares some sweet behind-the-scenes footage and effects shot breakdowns for Game of Thrones’ Season 7 penultimate episode, Beyond the Wall. That shot with the bony walker from behind is one of our favorite visuals of the entire series.
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SciShow host Hank Green answers the question none of us were asking, as he explores the rather ludicrous sounding idea of sending our garbage to the nearest volcano, and then just dumping it in. We don’t really need to explain why this is a bad idea, do we?
YouTube channel HouseholdHacker dusted off an old 1957 Science and Mechanics book filled with tips and tricks for around the house and decided to put some to the test to see if they were still relevant and useful today. We’re so trading in our oven mitts for a metal dustpan.
“Sweatin’ like you’re at the free throw line. I love it.” The Golden State Warriors’ efficient scoring ace Kevin Durant talked about his favorite hip-hop shoutouts, his Rick James tattoo, growing up in DC and more while trying to shake off the spice of Hot Ones’ hot wings.
Anthony Falleroni’s animated short follows a video game character who struggles with the difficulty of completing of the very first level in his game. We love the pixel art style, chiptune soundtrack, and most of all, the storytelling. His making of video is well worth a watch too.
You might think that ending a song with a fade out is a bit of a cop out, rather than finding a conclusive way to wrap up the tune. Vox explores the theory that beyond making songs end less abruptly, gently fading out a piece of music has a positive impact on listeners.
RealLifeLore and Half as Interesting wondered if it would be possible to build a road around the world. The answer… is a resounding “no.” Even at their most optimistic, they’re not even willing to consider the thought. But they did uncover interesting roadblocks along the way.
Mike Boyd has picked up 25 unique skills in the past 2 years – not by using or doing anything special – you can see the evidence on his channel. Here he shares the steps he takes to learn a new skill. It all comes down to being a disciplined but practical student.
(PG-13: Language) “And all the hits are saying the same thing. There’s only tonight, tonight, tonight, tonight, tonight, tonight, and life is finite. But sh*t, it feels like forever.” Funny, catchy, and tired of all of this. LCD Soundsystem picks up right where it left off.
If you’re ready to step up your photography game, the guys at the COOPH have rounded up a few basic tips for image correction which can help give your photos some extra punch. We also suggest shooting in RAW mode for the most post-production flexibility.
The always educational Captain Disillusion takes a break from debunking viral videos and questionable crowdfunding to kick off a new series about the masters of visual effects. The first episode looks at the ahead-of-their-time visuals in the Back to the Future trilogy.
Video essayist Kaptain Kristian explores the film that created the zombie genre as we know it today, and how the misstep of not displaying a copyright notice on George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead created a self-replicating monster all of its own.
Looking for the ultimate showdown between He-Man and Skeletor? You won’t find it here. Instead, the two Saturday morning arch-enemies put aside their differences to celebrate the cash they saved at MoneySuperMarket. Directed by The Bobbsey Twins From Homicide.
Stock image house Dissolve used their own library of footage to poke fun at some of the many generic and stupid commercials that pander to folks born in the ’80s and ’90s, and reminding us that ad executives rarely have a clue about how to actually reach their market.
A look inside a factory that makes collectible figurines, as its designs go from sketch, to digital model, to wax model, to silicone mold, to plastic model, to plaster cast, to metal die for creating the final production pieces. Those pieces are then hand-painted and assembled.
If you believe everything you see on TV or the internet, you’re in for a rude awakening. Even serial debunker Adam Conover isn’t right all of the time, but at least he admits it. Let’s find out some of the things presented as fact which might not have been entirely correct.
We were totally convinced that this was a promo clip for a science fiction movie, but we’ve been assured that Hanson Robotics is real, and they’ve actually built Sophia, an uncanny self-learning android AI to haunt our nightmares. She sounds infinitely smarter than she looks.
Men’s Health spent 24 hours as a fly on the wall with Hafthor “Thor” Bjornsson, the strongman behind the mask of The Mountain on Game of Thrones. It’s an endearing look at a man so closely associated with fear and strength, and a glimpse inside his food and exercise regimen.
To launch their new line of Invisible Spray antipersperants, Old Spice did something no Hollywood studio would dare – they created a completely invisible, feature-length movie. For as ridiculous as it sounds, it’s shockingly entertaining. Headphones recommended.