If Sansa Stark and Tyrion Lannister were in a romantic comedy instead of the grisly world of Westeros, well things wouldn’t change much, but it would be the Game of Hearts. Oh, and Morgan Freeman would find a way into that world of comedy and romance.
For fans of Street Fighter and gaming in general, Capcom has made available the official documentary on 25 years of Street Fighter. Titled I Am Street Fighter – 25th Anniversary Documentary was originally released as part of the Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Collector’s Set and tells the story of the creation and history of the game, not to mention clips of the game’s fans. Sit, relax and click play on the video above for 72 minutes well spent.
Making S’mores over a campfire out. And it certainly isn’t half as cool as making them over an electric arc caused by 50,000 Volts of electricity.
En Puntos by Javier Pérez presents a very strong and almost hypnotic appearance. It features a ballerina whose pointe shoes are extended by kitchen knives. She stands on the lid of a grand piano set on a stage, fighting to maintain balance against the odds. The start is pretty graceful, as she moves on the piano on knife tip. As seconds pass, the ballerina meets exhaustion and anger as the graceful figure changes her tones to rage that show in hits on the piano with the knife bearing pointe shoes.
Star Drunk is a short sci-fi film that has been both written and acted by drunk people. Directed by Chris R. Wilson and Zach Persson, the movie is quite a mashup of Star Trek, Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica and copious amounts of liquor. Hit ahead for the movie and another “behind the scenes” video for the movie. It isn’t easy to act drunk.
What happens when you wrap a keg of beer in detcord and let it blow? Explosions obviously, but they can look pretty damn good. Checkout the video as they try to blow a beer keg in half using detcords. The finale of the video is where the action is at, though we wouldn’t write down the starters.
Game of Thrones meets Breaking Bad, and Walter White steals everyone’s glory.
This TV prank in Japan has people chased down hallways by dinosaurs. We’re actually impressed no one shit themselves while a T-Rex was chasing them.
The fourth installment of the fan made Mario series, Mario Warfare is out. This time around, there’s Mario fighting in the Smash Club, taking on Link, Ness, Little Mac, Kirby, Ash and Pikachu. Link, dude, you need to work on your self-esteem. Also, Mario where the hell did you get the heart to treat Pikachu that way. Plus there’s a somewhat hilarious training scene where Donkey Kong trains Peach using bananas, at one point nearly thrusting his banana down her throat.
The “lost audition tapes” of Gollum auditioning for roles in famous movies. Life is like a box of chocolate fishes.