A computer keyboard and mouse pointer take turns manimpulating real-world objects, clothespins take flight, and nothing else is quite what it seems in animator Tomin’s playful, cgi-augmented short film.
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Deadpool 2 is headed back to the theaters for the holidays… as a PG-13 movie. Ryan Reynolds agreed to it on two conditions: that a portion of the proceeds went to charity, and that he got to kidnap Fred Savage and force him to reenact his role from The Princess Bride.
Cut from a flat plate of steel, Miller Knives‘ deadly jagged dagger isn’t exactly the most traditional form of metalsmithing we’ve seen, but the resulting weapon is too awesome not to share, and we’re guessing it would be nearly impossible to pull of using a forging process.
(PG-13) A man experiences a breakup with his girlfriend in the worst way possible, as her entire Dear John letter is read to him by the electronic voice living inside of his iPhone. Craig Tovey’s short film is an amusing commentary on dating and relationships in the 21st century.
Photographer Darren Dyk teamed up with card wizard Sean O to create a cardistry video like none we’ve ever seen before. Everything you see here was captured using real fire, and Sean’s hands were coated with dish soap and butane while performing. Don’t try this at home.
We love us a good plate of pasta with with meat sauce and homemade meatballs. The guys at HellthyJunkFood decided to create a unique variation on this classic dish by wrapping the spaghetti inside a giant ball of meat. We kept wanting it to read us an inspirational speech.
Hacker and security researcher Samy Kamkar looks at what’s accurate and what’s fluff in how hacking is depicted in movies and TV shows. Surprisingly, a good amount of scenes are realistic, or at least plausible. It’s a shame about the video’s wonky editing though.
It is the distant future… the year 2000… the robots have taken our jobs… and are dancing about it. The music video for The Chemical Brothers’ track Free Yourself, from directors DOM&NIC and effects house The Mill will take you on quite the ride. Boogie! Roboboogie!
A voiceover actor is working on a commercial for a restaurant, when the producers ask him to change his voice to better suit the unhealthy nature of the food they’re serving. This sketch from College Humor’s CH2 is both hilarious and just a wee-bit offensive.
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