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Live Action Simpsons

Live Action Simpsons

Devilfish recreated The Simpsons’ opening sequence in real life to promote the show’s airing on Sky 1 in 2006. Matt Groening liked it so much that it was used as an actual opener in one episode.

You Should Toughen up a Bit

You Should Toughen up a Bit

The lady in the fly down vest shows her brother some tough love after he almost got in a fight for spitting at someone, telling him to man up and act proper because after all, he’s “nearly three.”

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First World Problems Anthem

First World Problems Anthem

Misuse of the word “anthem” aside, this commercial for WaterisLife puts the meme to good use with a heartbreaking juxtaposition of first world problems and people with real concerns. Donate here.

The 50mph Baby Stroller

The 50mph Baby Stroller

Mad vehicle hacker Colin Furze’s latest build is a baby stroller that can whip junior along at unsafe speeds, thanks to its 10 horsepower, 125cc engine. He’s aiming for a record 50mph top speed.

Modern Warfare Homecoming

Modern Warfare Homecoming

(NSFW: Language) The videos of returning soldiers surprising their loved ones can easily bring us to tears. This is not that kind of homecoming. We just got our orders from HQ ourselves.

Grand Canyon: Blink of Time

Grand Canyon: Blink of Time

GOTM Films shot over 80,000 photos of the Grand Canyon over the course of 7 weeks. Their goal was to show the scope of the natural wonder. We think they succeeded. The song is Don’t Waste by Figgy.

Partir

Partir

Partir (“leaving”) is a tale of two inseparable characters told through hand-drawn stop-motion animation. The quote at the end reads,“Just now, I heard the heartbeat of a tiny raindrop.”

K is for Knifeball

K is for Knifeball

K is for Knifeball: An Alphabet of Terrible Advice is a parody children’s book from Avery Monsen and Jory John, the demented authors who brought us All My Friends Are Dead. Video made by POYKPAC.

Pockets

Pockets

A rookie burglar’s first heist goes badly and bizarrely wrong in this unusual short film made by Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan aka Daniels as part of Channel 4’s Random Acts show.

Maru’s Car

Maru’s Car

The lord of internet cats has a shiny new car(dboard). But there’s a big problem: the car is too small for him. His owner shouldn’t have gotten a compact car. Love the license plate though.

Yoshiya Yamada VFX Reel

Yoshiya Yamada VFX Reel

Pro CGI artist Yoshiya Yamada shows off some of his most impressive VFX work, from films including The Avengers, Battle: Los Angeles, and X-Men: Wolverine. Man how far we’ve come since TRON.

Road Bike Party

Road Bike Party

We’re pretty sure that the skinny bikes designed for the Tour de France weren’t designed for street trials and wall-riding, but that didn’t stop Martyn Ashton from using his $16,000 carbon fiber bike that way.

First World Problems

First World Problems

Despite the cheesy acting and the overused jokes, funnyman Ryan Higa does have a great comeback for whiners and their first world problems: a bridge, a straw and a full cup. Just watch.

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The Future

The Future

Who knows what the future holds? Hollywood seems eager to provide an answer. Mashup artist Eclectic Method put together a supercut of futuristic movies and made a ballin’ beat to go along with it.

The Boy Who Wanted to Be a Lion

The Boy Who Wanted to Be a Lion

The Boy Who Wanted to Be a Lion is a wonderfully animated short film by Alois Di Leo. Set in the 1960s, the film is about a deaf boy who becomes obsessed with a lion after seeing it in a zoo.

QUIK

QUIK

Skateboarder Austyn Gillette teamed up with theberrics.com and Quiksilver to give us a unique moving perspective on the streets and sidewalks of Los Angeles’ East Side. Directed by Colin Kennedy.

The Alchemy of Light

The Alchemy of Light

Performance artist a dandypunk created this interactive live production which combines dance and movement with projection mapping as his only source of illumination.

The Pre-Taped Call-in Show

The Pre-Taped Call-in Show

The world’s worst TV show takes calls live while next week’s show is being filmed and last week’s show is aired. A hilarious head-scratcher from David Cross and Bob Odenkirk’s short-lived Mr. Show.

My New Son Jeremy Lin

My New Son Jeremy Lin

When NBA breakout star Jeremy Lin drops by their house, Kevin Jumba’s father PapaJumba – aka Mr. Alpha Kenny Body – is swept by Linsanity and starts to take his son for granted. Poor Kevin.

Need a Lift?

Need a Lift?

We bet the guy in his jacked-up Suzuki 4×4 thought he had the tallest ride on the block, but he’s totally pwned by the guy who pulls up next to him on the bike, standing at least a couple of feet higher.

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The Rain Room

The Rain Room

Cameras track objects that enter the Rain Room and the corresponding valves are instantly turned off to keep the foreign object dry amidst the falling water. Made by rAndom International.

Video Game Halftime Show 2

Video Game Halftime Show 2

Another videogame-themed halftime show, this time courtesy of the Ohio State University Marching Band. An impressive display of teamwork and discipline. The Zelda homage gave us goosebumps.

XCOM: E. U.: Selling the Game

XCOM: E. U.: Selling the Game

Lead Designer Jake Solomon is deployed to a videogame store to try and sell the turn-based tactical game XCOM: Enemy Unknown to customers and ends up resorting to hilarious verbal tricks.

The Undeading

The Undeading

If you already forgot the lesson that Vinnie Jones taught you, perhaps these zombies will make you appreciate the merits of CPR. Because food tastes better when it’s fresh and screaming.

Machine of Creation

Machine of Creation

Behold! The Muffin Monster! This wonderous device spits out sofas, shoes, bottles of water, cans of paint, fruits and other random stuff. All you need is the right kind of fluff. Or not.

What if Money Was No Object?

What if Money Was No Object?

An inspiring video from tragedyandhope, using a simple but powerful question from British Buddhist philosoper Alan Watts: “If money was no object, what would you like to do?”

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