When Walt Disney used to make his animated films, he actually shot scenes with actors on a soundstage as reference. Here’s a little look behind the scenes of Disney’s original Alice in Wonderland.
These oversize minifig heads are perfect for hiding away your trinkets, toys, coins, game controllers, or even hundreds of LEGO bricks. Complete the look with some LEGO storage bricks.
Ralph Fiennes makes his directorial debut in this updated take on Shakespeare’s play about a Roman General who allies with his sworn enemy to take revenge on the city after he is banished.
It’s not like this is the first time somebody thought about putting their dog on a skateboard, but Neo and Tuxedo don’t even need any help from a human to ride theirs around the sidewalks of Paris.
(NSFW: Lyrics, Spoilers) We haven’t seen the prequel to The Thing yet, but Carpenter’s version was one of the scariest films ever. Maybe some music will lighten the mood. Nope, still scary.
Weird Al’s anthem for people who are saddled with human spam. Share the song to them for a not-so-subtle hint. Of course they might think the song sucks and hate you for forwarding crap to them.
Help Fido learn some new tricks by teaching him the math and physics behind chasing mailmen, squirrels, counter-surfing, playing fetch and even “strategic” pooping, whatever that means.
As we have learned, JÃ¶rg Sprave is the master of all things slingshot. His latest creation combines the rubber-band powered weapon with the loading mechanism of a pump-action shotgun.
Inspired by the “Ivy League-meets-West Coast casual style” of Dustin Hoffman’s character in The Graduate, these are made for comfort, with a leather-lined footbed and a soft and elastic outsole.
Top Gear-heads, enjoy some of the series’ best moments, cut together in an two-minute montage by hatinhand. Ever since The Blues Brothers, we wanted to race cars through a shopping mall.
The officially-licensed replica of the jacket from the hit action movie Drive, featuring the bad ass scorpion logo. Gosling’s body, stunt-car driving skills and skull-crushing shoes not included.
If you love the asdfmovie series, then you’ll probably enjoy this animated music video from the same warped mind of TomSka. In case you haven’t figured it out, it’s about a boy who… likes trains.
Hard drives, cassette tapes and credit cards store information using magnets, so why shouldn’t calculators? If you are to believe this illusion by Youtuber Brusspup, they do already.
We’re certain that neither the Vespa scooter nor the skate park in this video were designed for this purpose, but rider Boulon shows off his Vespa bowl-riding (and bird-flipping) skills in this video.
We’re going to go out on a limb here and say that the Monte Carlo used in this commercial has had its stock suspension system slightly modified. Though it doesn’t know how to double-dutch yet.
Page Stephenson worked with Intel, Xact Trax and the OMPA to create a retrievable balloon camera rig that takes breathtaking footage up to the edge of space. A parachute helps it survive the landing.
One of the most unusual timepieces we’ve ever seen. Not only is the 4th Dimension wall clock made of concrete, its face is also a spiral staircase, representing the continuous march of time.
In Soviet Belarus, not wearing a seat belt saves you. Or at least that seems to be what happened in this crazy accident. He may have hurt his head in the process, but he could easily have lost it.
Designed by Angela Jansen, Light-Light floating lamps make use of electromagnetic components to make its top levitate. Its LEDs can be dimmed or turned off while keeping the floating effect on.
We’re not usually fans of movies which dwell in the uncanny valley, but we have to say every bit of action-packed footage we’ve seen for Spielberg’s Tintin makes us rethink our CGI prejudice.
Freddie Wong gets mugged in his latest weapon and action-laden video. But we all know by now that things don’t always go as you’d expect in his skits. Make sure to watch it until the end.
Inspired by the Corvette ZR1, this speedboat even has a Corvette dashboard with working gauges. And like a real ‘vette, it’s no performance slouch with a pair of Mercury 1350HP twin-turbo engines.
A typical YouTube clip with a little girl playing the ukulele. Despite the sappy premise, we can assure you that you’ve never seen (or heard) anything quite like this awesome edit. Don’t miss the end.
LEGO fanatics may be misled by YouTuber dunun’s enticing title, but if you love toys anyway you should still watch him show off his enviable cache of playthings, from a marble to Gobots to… LEGOs.
If there’s one thing we love at TA, it’s marching bands, so enjoy these three minutes of LMFAO’s Party Rock Anthem and choreography from the Ohio University Marching Band. (Thanks Kyle!)
We’ve featured a plethora of awesome time-lapse scenes, but our eyeballs nearly popped out of their sockets when we saw Dustin Farrell’s video, produced from raw stills from a Canon 5D2 DSLR.
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