We can’t decide if we like the song or the video better for Stuck in the Sound’s upcoming track, which freakishly replaces the faces of actors from classic movie scenes with members of the band.
After showing us the lethal potential of defibrillators, Corridor Digital brings another BF3 idiosyncrasy to the real world – the Repair Tool, which ironically can also be used to destroy.
While at Bwindi National Park in Uganda, YouTuber aleutiandream found himself being groomed by baby gorillas as the primates’ dad stood guard. A heartwarming yet pulse-pounding scene.
There’s something just right about the classic styling of these well-priced analog watches. From the military-style webbed band to the easy-to-read dial, every guy should have one for casual days.
The iFixit for cars. It has tons of videos with step-by-step guides for repairs on specific vehicle models. Their YouTube channel has sample clips; check out their site for more videos. Still in Beta.
DoctorOctoroc returns with a 16-bit holiday greeting, a fictitious Christmas level for the SEGA classic, complete with the perfect holiday chiptune which could have come straight from the game.
There’s no story in this Battlefield 3 machinima. It’s more of an FPS gamer’s daydream, as YouTuber JackFrags rambos his way through the Davamand Peak map. Song is Departure by Ed Harrison.
If you can’t get through the holidays without watching A Christmas Story for the 1,000,000th time, but you’re sick of the same old human actors, here’s a classic scene, reenacted by frankfurters.
Simple but very eye-catching, this ominous looking screenprinted lunar calendar from Brazilian designer Dimitre Lima politely leaves out the part where the Moon crashes into the Earth.
An awesomely bad Star Trek-themed commercial for Dodd’s Furniture and Mattress. They had us at “Don’t Kling-on to that old mattress.” You might want to spray their bedding for tribble infestation.
Devin Graham knows the way to get attention: puppies. He filmed a bunch of ’em doing what they do best: wreaking havoc and being adorable. We don’t recommend trying this yourself though.
While they’d be even better with a little fake blood dripping from them, these magnetic refrigerator knives are still pretty great for holding kids drawings and grocery lists in place.
Screw plain white walls. This 15′ x 9′ pre-pasted mural is comprised of 65 of Marvel’s classic covers, including Spidey, the X-Men, The Avengers, the Fantastic Four and many other greats.
Remember the ridiculous Going to the Store? Yeah, we didn’t quite get it either, but we still laughed. Here, JosephPeed does his own version, which made us spit out our coffee this morning.
An old Final Fantasy feature returns. In FF XIII-2 you’ll be able to capture some enemy monsters and turn them into allies. You can use them in combat, power them up and combine them.
The guys behind the low-budget Avengers are back with another trailer done on the cheap. This time, they take on The Dark Knight Rises, along with its ominous, yet silly game chant. Que pasa?
“Business” good? Can’t fit all your cash in your backpack? Then go for Sprayground’s bigger and badder Money Stacks duffel, with room for almost 2x as much green… and your stinky gym clothes.
Santa comes clean about his health and the joy he also spreads to the ladies of the world come Christmas Eve in The Key of Awesome’s parody of LMFAO’s Sexy and I Know It.
Sir? Mr. Polar Bear, sir? You seem to have something stuck around your head. What’s that you say? You can’t hear us? Oh, well maybe if you remove it. Ah, that’s better. No, you don’t think so?
A strange and sinister stop-motion film about an egg and an apple who build broadcast towers to compete for the attention of a lone transistor radio. Winner, Best Animated Short, Slamdance 2010.
The always entertaining FreddeGredde returns with a little holiday medley, cramming 12 classic Xmas tunes into a seamless 4-minute medley. Bonus points for Banjo-Kazooie and The Pogues.
Your Sunday afternoon games of Go Fish and Bridge will never quite be the same with this dramatic deck of cards with inverted white on black details, red hearts and diamonds optional.
EA reveals a bit of Alpha gameplay footage from revamped SSX, which is starting to look just as fun the classic games, but with better graphics and more dramatic trick opportunities. And wingsuits.
While we weren’t supposed to see it until the 2012 Detroit Auto show, Road & Track accidentally leaked out some images of this gorgeous looking sports coupe. More details to come in January.
After you’re done racing your 100mph RC car, hit the waters with the world’s fastest ready-to-race RC boat, topping out at speeds in excess of 50mph. Just drop in a power pack and head for the seas!
A teaser for the documentary about world-famous flash mob organization Improv Everywhere. Get a copy of the film and help Matt Adams and Andrew Soltys finish it by donating on Kickstarter.
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