Keeping alive his tradition of scaring drive thru workers putting their reaction on the interwebz, this dude now has a car driven by a skeleton to scare people.
British psychology professor Richard Wiseman has a collection of new seemingly impossible bets you can win. Thats like being the kingpin of bets who pokes pins in balloons without bursting them.
Having seen a ton of very impressive views of Iceland’s landscapes, it seems safe to conclude that it is one absolutely beautiful country. We sort of say this a lot, but Iceland is one country whose landscapes we see looking this often more than any other country. This video was shot by Stian Rekdal, who in September this year traveled 5500 kilometers of Iceland and captured 40,000 photographs that form this video.
Broken is a romantic drama set entirely inside an elevator. A woman and a man find themselves inside an elevator which loses power, trapping them both inside. Created by French movie director Mathieu TURI, the film follows the conversation and the state of the two people trapped in the elevator who start as complete strangers. Broken has been presented at many film festivals and is the Indie Fest Award Winner and Accolade Award Winner 2013.
“In The Matrix, Neo is The One, which is exactly how many good films came out of this trilogy.”
At a fan festival in Barcelona, Hot Wheels tried their hand at the world’s highest wall track. Track builders put a track together and placed it along an apartment complex. A Hot Wheels car sporting the number “01” then proceeded to race the track from the top of the building to the bottom. They are claiming this to be the world’s highest wall track, which it very well might be.
The zombies never stood a chance. Not in their wildest dreams.
Paper Memories is a multiple award winning short by filmmaker and photographer Theo Putzu. The video follows an old man as he follows his memories and love with the help of old photographs. Stitched together from 4000 images, the video is a wonderful tale of loneliness, hope and lost love. I would watch the end better, but my eyes wouldn’t stop sweating.
A fan made Wonder Woman short by Rainfall Films, shows just how much potential the franchise can carry, even though it has been struggling at Hollywood studios to be made into a movie.