The Nerdwriter’s latest video essay uses scenes from Paul Thomas Anderson’s 2012 movie The Master to illustrate how the religion of Scientology functions.
One scene in particular explains how the psychological manipulation of the cult religion is done, one of the film’s best scenes, the initial audit between Philip Seymour Hoffman and Joaquin Phoenix.
In his latest mashup of kids cartoons with rap music New York-based video editor Adam Schleichkorn, aka ‘Mylo the Cat,’ gives us Daffy Duck as Coolio.
Which means we also get Porky Pig as L.V. as classic Looney Toons cartoons are cleverly edited to perform Coolio’s 1995 hip hop hit ‘Gangster’s Paradise.’
After fan theories have abounded for years about how the Pixar movies all take place in the same universe, finally Disney have offered proof.
This compilation shows all the various easter eggs hidden in each film that link each one to the other, from Toy Story to the most recent release Finding Dory, it rounds up all of the slyly placed signs that have been right under our noses.
British comedy channel, Third Leg Studios, latest sketch sees them take on something that every gym has, that one guy who’s so much bigger than everyone else.
In this skit that guy learns an important and valuable lesson about himself after realizing he’s no longer the biggest guy there.
You might have seen Sherlock actor Benedict Cumberbatch’s Chewbacca impression, but have you seen his equally impressive Jar Jar Binks?
All that and more is on this second compilation showcasing celebrity mimicry as displayed by the guests of the always entertaining Graham Norton Show.
If you never listened to it, then your surely missed out on the Adam and Joe show which used to air Saturday mornings on BBC’s 6 Music.
The world is a less amusing place for it no longer being on, but they do perform the occasional reunion show—this brilliant animation was done for one last year and features hilarious audio of them interviewing ‘the Queen’ aka Adam with a silly voice.
The world needs to keep an eye on British mad inventor Colin Furze, because he might well become a super villain later in life.
In this video he creates a homemade thermite cannon that fires thermite shells which explode on impact. Thermite, a pyrotechnic material, burns at 2,000C and gets hot enough to melt steel.
YouTubers Rhett & Link meet up with Sean Evans, who is usually found challenging celebs to eat as many spicy hot wings as they can.
But in this video he takes Rhett & Link to Brick Lane Curry House in NYC where they take a quiz, but one which has a forfeit of having to eat a forkful of phaal, the spiciest curry in the world, if they get an answer wrong.