Opinions vary as to whether or not dubstep should be considered music or the guttural rumblings of a malfunctioning robot, but watching this 94-year-old grandma attempt to dance to Excision & Downlink’s (yes, that’s a real band) ‘The Underground’ manages to make it not only tolerable, but hilariously amusing.
Okay, so this isn’t really Kristen Stewart, star of the ‘Twilight’ series. But the fake Kristen Stewart in this funny sketch from the folks at Barely Political reminds us not to let the hustle and bustle of consumerism distract us from remembering the true meaning of Christmas.
It isn’t easy being Pac-Man. Having to live with a perpetual hunger for floating yellow dots while being chased by color changing apparitions is the kind of thing that we take for granted NOT having to deal with everyday.
The guys at Respect The Pact created the short film below, giving us a tiny glimpse into what it might be like to live like Pac-Man in real life.
Sure, human pinball may not be as fast paced as human foosball but it’s still really fun to watch.
The below short, a stop-motion animation clip put together by the people behind NYC’s Animation Block Party Film Festival, imagines what it would look like if people were the bumpers and balls in a massive game played out on city streets.
At the Save Our Schools Million Teacher March in Washington DC on July 30th, actor Matt Damon was grilled on his feelings about public school educators. Damon, who attended public school in Boston as a youth and whose own mother is a public school teacher, made some impassioned remarks in defense of teachers.
The final film installment of fantasy series Harry Potter is currently in theaters, and fans who held the books and movies dear are sad to see the story come to a close.
In this well-edited re-imagining of the HP7 trailer, we get a glimpse of what the immensely popular saga might have looked like had it missed the mark and gone for typical teen comedy instead of the unique and imaginative world to which fans were treated. See the beloved characters Harry, Ron and Hermione deal with cliched teen adventures like young love, the big game and partying, all set to hip music.
The Final Image is a Tumblr-based photo blog dedicated to the final frames of great movies. Whether a film ends with a cliffhanger, twist, or satisfying conclusion, the finale of a film needs to make an impression on the audience and this blog is a shrine to those last moments before the credits roll. See 15 of our favorites below — and even more on the original site.
Roving reporter Chris Unitt must have nerves of steel to be able to lay still while this Cirque Éloize entertainer performs his nail-biter of a bicycle stunt for the camera. The cyclist performs similar feats in the acclaimed show ‘iD,’ which resumes its US tour in late July.
The Lonely Island crew continue to push the limits of the gangster rap parody genre (there were limits, right?) with the video for ‘We’ll Kill U’ from their new album ‘Turtleneck and Chain‘. The monotone, nameless characters from the skits ‘Just 2 Guyz‘ and ‘We Like Sportz‘ are back, and this time they have guns and ankle socks.
True to their hardcore nature, Guy No. 1 (Akiva Schaffer) and Guy No. 2 (Jorma Taccone) remind us that “there ain’t no such thing as halfway crooks.” Maybe that’s why Steve (Andy Samberg) is rejected from joining the posse.
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