If you never thought skate videos can be relaxing, watch this wonderfully shot short by Brett Novak, featuring the playful Kilian Martin and the ethereal music of Patrick Watson.
While it’s not quite as poetic as the octopus who stole a video camera, this manta ray nabbed cameraman Travis Matteson’s Canon 5D Mark II. Luckily, the ray dropped the $5k+ camera rig.
We’re baffled by the half-naked dudes in this short film from Russia, but we’re duly impressed by the computer-generated Transformers animations, built with 3DS Max, Boujou and After Effects.
With the new season of the most warped (and funny) show on television upon us this Thursday (9/16), catch up with Sweet Dee and the boys with last season’s Blu-ray/DVD release.
Did you know that when ants get separated from their colony, they start following each other in a circle until they drop dead? The phenomenon looks like an insect hurricane. Nature sure is weird.
There were 2 Battles of Endor that fateful day; this one involved a man and his monkey vs. a woman and hers. If we could throw the Smokemonster in from Lost we think we’d have the perfect storm.
The folks at URLesque use Google’s new Instant search technology to keep up with Billy Joel in “We Didn’t Start The Fire”. We wonder if Google Instant can keep up with rappers.
The Ubisoft crew still do their ridiculous hoodie gimmick, but they also share a lot of juicy details about Assassins Creed: Brotherhood, like the ability to summon your customized assassins.
The creators of the Newsday iOS app use a clever bit of anti-marketing to promote their app. Go on, guess – what can you do with paper newspapers that you can’t do with digital periodicals?
The sequel to one of the best horror games ever has a multiplayer mode. Play with or against your friends, either as engineers or the ghastly necromorphs. Left4Dead in space anyone?
On 9/13/1985, Super Mario Bros. was released in Japan, and the most famous video game character was born. Don’t forget the man behind the legend – Shigeru Miyamoto. Happy birthday Mario!
We’ve all heard of Keyboard Cat, but never seen a real Cat Keyboard. Played at an eco-festival for the Prince of Wales, at least the guy didn’t squeeze real cats in a crowd full of environmentalists.
Despite the fact that Patrick Walsh and Paul Damgaard were inside of a “protective” shark cage, the 2-ton, 15 foot-long Great White headed their way isn’t going to let that get in his way.
Photographer Dan Eckert shot this amazing reel of time-lapse imagery throughout California and Arizona, and it’s truly stunning. The more ambitious shots required Dan’s custom-built camera rigs.
Australian magician James Galea shares a simple story in mind-boggling fashion, seemingly making a pack of cards match his tale even though the deck has been shuffled and cut.
If you’re going to play with something as dangerous as a high-voltage Tesla coil, you’d better do it to some Black Sabbath – and wear chainmail, like the guys in Arc Attack! do.
If you like 80’s synth music, buddy cops, Jerry Bruckheimer, mullet-moustache combos and bromance, it’ll be worth your while to watch this goofy video from Grum. (Thanks Michael!)
How fast can you disassemble a Jeep? If you’re a member of this crack military team, you can do it damn fast. Actually, it takes them less than 2 minutes to take it apart and put it back together.
This commercial for MINI’s new sportster blew our minds with its incredible CG effects, seamlessly placing dozens of MINIs in situations which are physically impossible. Behind the scenes here.
(NSFW) If you play TF2, and run into a guy named ChoZo, you might hear just a little bit of swearing. If Tony Soprano and Tony Montana had a child, they’d name him ChoZo. (Thanks, Everyone!)
Maybe if some of those other vegetable farmers came up with a hilarious marketing campaign like the baby carrot guys, more kids would eat them. Bonus: extreme pterodactyl at 0:23.
(Spoiler Alert) The sometimes cheesy, frakkin’ good time is back, and new parts of the BSG mythos get filled in this time. More teasers here. Premieres 10/5, not 2011 as this trailer says.
If you don’t have the time to read – or wait for the upcoming Hobbit movies – the dudes from Brothers Grim and Grimy explain the little barefoot dude’s story in 1:55 flat. Dude. Did Hurley write this?
Gather round everyone, this baby has some things to say. She’s concerned about a lot of things, like rock n’ roll and the ozone layer. And what do you think of her table? Isn’t it a nice table?
Tron Bonne gets introduced in the most awesome trailer for Marvel vs. Capcom 3 yet. Heroes and villains battle it out atop the S.H.I.E.L.D. Heli-Carrier in typically over-the-top fashion.
How about a little game of Pac-Man? Guillame Reymond latest stop-motion clip features 111 human pixels acting out the classic arcade game. The 2-minute short took about 4 hours to shoot.
There’s no better way to play the theme from Star Trek but on one of those squealy theremins. Actually, there is one better, geekier way: dressed in full Starfleet garb on the transporter deck.
We’ve all seen incredible photos shot using HDR (high dynamic range) techniques, but this cool video shows what happens when you shoot HDR video, using a pair of Canon 5D Mark II dSLRs.
(NSFW) At once hypnotic and annoying, Evan Roth’s video for Girl Talk’s Cache Rules Everything Around Me was made entirely from animated GIFs he found around the web. Nice Pixies sample too.
Digital camera too confusing to use? Don’t know what to do with all those buttons and settings? Tired of viewing your pictures on their small screen? Then try the new 35mm Film Camera!
Ever wonder what might happen if you let 100 cats run amok in an empty IKEA store? Yeah, us neither. But this is the Internet, and where there’s a will (and a cat) there’s a way.
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