A well placed “beeeep” can do absolute wonders for a video, bringing much-needed comedy where there was none.
And this advert by Shoes By Jews is a perfect example of that, turning an ad about shoes that gives you a few inches of height into utter filth. Bravo.
Sim Racing can turn the thrills of motor racing into a VR experience just like real life.
But it doesn’t always go right, like in this video where the fourth wall of VR gaming gets shattered as the force feedback gets a little to realistic.
Chase Holfelder’s rendition of the Cyndi Lauper classic makes this 80s stalwart seem like a total different song.
Gone is the upbeat party spirit and instead it becomes a much more solemn, melancholy, power rock affair.
We all get frustrated playing video games, especially when the game lags or the controller doesn’t work and it forces you to start screaming like a spoilt brat.
But, Anthony Carboni points out in the video above that it isn’t the game or the controller’s fault, it’s your brains fault for being crap at video games.
Game of Thrones doesn’t really need to get more awesome, but this video manages to make it so.
And it does that by overdubbing the series with sound FX from retro games, like Street Fighter II and Mario—it’s hilarious.
Learning’s always fun with Ze Franks “True Facts…” videos, because he delivers knowledge with a side of school boy chuckles and plenty of swearing.
Plus it’s all delivered in the voice of Morgan Freeman, so you get to learn some weird facts about kangaroos and koala bears in the most awesome way possible.
While doing the PR circuit for new movie The Expendables 3, Sylvester Stallone appears on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and tells Jimmy about the time he auditioned for Star Wars.
He also reveals that him and Arnie were very competitive, so competitive that hate is not too strong a word to describe how they felt about one another.
We’ve all got fond memories of the Sesame Street theme song, so why not cover it if you’re a rock band?
And to add to their rock star cred, they mix Sesame Street with the Beach Boys’ “Good Vibrations” for a very appealing mashup.
It’s easy and enjoyable to mock Ross Kemp, but he certainly lives up to his wannabe hardman image in this clip.
That’s if this isn’t completely staged, as he fearlessly confronts a gunman in the jungles of Papua New Guinea—showing that he who striketh first striketh last too.
There comes a time in every (PC) Skyrim players life when they get bored of the normal game and they start seeking out mods to make it more interesting again.
But what’s the proper way to do that? Well, that would be to make it as completely insane as possible, at least according to this parody by ClumsySaunter.