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  • Wes Anderson’s X-Men Would Be Incredible [Video]

    Warm color palette. Retro soundtrack. Solid color wardrobe. Symmetrical shots. All the things you need for a perfect X-Men movie. No, wait, that’s not right. That would be a Wes Anderson movie. X-Men movies need to be dark and loud with lots of explosions and fight scenes, right? Well we’ve had plenty of those kinds of X-Men movies and for the most part, they just don’t cut it. If this fan-made parody trailer is any indication, Wes Anderson’s version of the X-Men wouldn’t be antirely terrible. Hell, it definitely can’t be worse than X-Men: The Last Stand.

  • Bringing Creativity Back To Skating [Video]

    Skateboard ramps are cool and they can serve a variety of functions: bike ramp, rollerskate ramp, um….freerunning ramp? Huh, maybe ramps aren’t so multi-faceted. But what if they could double as boats and trains? “Impossible,” you say? Well then you haven’t met the Zenga Bros. The Vancouver-based filmmakers recently teamed with Booooooom and Flexfit to create “Skate Heads.” The video aims to bring back creativity and excitement to a sport that has become stale. No lie, as soon as I watched the video I wanted to head out to the skatepark but then I remembered that my “skating” days were spent button-mashing to Street Sk8er on Playstation. Oh well, it’s snowing out anyway.

  • This Karaoke Montage Of “Don’t Stop Believin'” Will Ruin The Song Forever

    We recently learned that Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” has received more “thumbs up” votes on Pandora than any other song. Over 20 million people have given the track positive votes, despite the fact that “Any Way You Want It” is the band’s best song. Who are all these people that love it so much? If this video is any indication, the song’s fanbase is made up entirely of bad karaoke singers from the Seattle area. Welp, time to go smash my copy of Escape.

  • Geico Just Tricked Us Into Watching An Entire Commercial

    Does anybody really watch commercials these days? Thanks to DVR we can escape them on TV and most Internet ads can be skipped after a few seconds. Geico realizes this, which is why they made this ten-second commercial that has already said everything it needs to before you can skip it while waiting for a YouTube video of a monkey pleasuring himself with a frog. But if you don’t immediately skip it, it keeps going. And it’s entertaining. And we just got tricked into watching an entire commercial. Hmm…I suddenly have the urge to change my car insurance. And eat spaghetti.

  • This Guy Pretended To Be An Oscar Winner And Reaped All The Benefits [Video]

    Looking to score a bunch of free stuff and receive VIP treatment everywhere you go in Los Angeles? No problem! All you have to do is spend years working your ass off in Hollywood and, with a ton of luck, you will one day win an award that lets others know you are their better. Or you can save yourself a lot of time and just pretend to win such an award. Mark David Christenson pretended to win an Oscar for The Imitation Game (get it?) and carried a fake statuette around on award night. He came away with access to all sorts of parties, free Gatorade and condoms from starstruck convenience store clerks, and, most important of all, empanadas.

  • Even Pros Can’t Do Anything With Walmart Skateboards [Video]

    Remember when you were a kid and you wanted to get into skating but your parents didn’t want to blow a bunch of money on something you’d probably lose interest in so they bought you a cheap Walmart skateboard? You spent hours on that thing but the wheels hardly moved and you couldn’t do a damn thing. So you got into rollerblades instead. Oh, that didn’t happen to you? Yeah…me neither. But if that did happen to you, it’s not your fault. It turns out even the pros can’t use Walmart’s skateboards, as Chris Joslin learns in this video.

  • Epic Dad Joke Duel [Video]

    For some reason, all dads develop a corny sense of humor based mostly on puns, with some reports of the onset of the phenomena occurring in the delivery room. The preferred stage for most dad’s and their cringey jokes is the restaurant, where their family and servers are forced to be an audience. But what happens when two dads are seated next to each other? College Humor found out.

  • Birdman Action Figure “Smells Like Balls” [Video]

    In case you were nowhere near a TV or computer screen in the last few days, bizarre dark comedy Birdman won Best Picture at the Oscars on Sunday night. And in typical Hollywood fashion, Fox is giving everyone another chance to see it on the bigscreen as it hits theaters again this weekend. That means another batch of advertising for the film, which includes this incredible 90s-style commercial for a talking Birdman action figure. What kid woulcn’t want to hear Michael Keaton say “smells like balls” at the press of a button?

  • Sandboarding In 4K Looks Incredible [Video]

    Filmmaker Scott David Winn, aka ScottDW, creates all kinds of incredible, ultra HD videos, that make you feel you’re in on the action. His latest video features him and a group of friends sandboarding in Peru’s Ica Region, known for having some of the world’s largest sand dunes. And it’s all in glorious 4K resolution.

  • These Awesome Monks Have Snowball Fight During Rare Jerusalem Snowstorm [Video]

    Jerusalem doesn’t often experience heavy snow, so when it happens, everyone makes the most of it. Even monks! These Roman Catholic Franciscan monks took a day off from washing the feet of poor people and singing with birds (it’s been a while since Catholic school, but that seems about right) in order to play in the snow and have a snowball fight. Now someone needs to speed it up, add some “Yakety Sax” and maybe a sexy nun and we’ll have a Benny Hill sketch.

  • The World’s Fastest 300 Game May Be The Only Time You’re Impressed By A Bowling Video

    In order to score a perfect 300 in bowling, one must get 12 strikes. It doesn’t seem that crazy since even terrible bowlers have scored a few strikes in a game, but between waiting for the ball to return and waiting for the pins to set, even a pro like Big Ern McCracken loses focus. PBA Tour Champion Tom Daugherty has come up with the perfect solution: bowling a perfect game over 12 lanes. This way he is able to keep his rhythm and complete the feat in just two minutes. We just wonder how many attempts it took to get the video right. We really want to see the times he got 11 strikes then messed up on the very last lane.

  • House Of Cards Gets The Sesame Street Treatment [Video]

    Sesame Street has been lampooning adult-oriented TV shows and confusing children for years with such parodies as “Birdwalk Empire,” “Homelamb,” “Desperate Houseplants,” and “True Mud,” but their latest might just be our favorite yet. Check out this brilliant retelling of the Three Little Pigs as a parody of Netflix’s House of Cards, complete with Frank Underwolf complaining about there being too much pork in town.

  • Metal Hits Get Ska Makeovers On This Hilarious YouTube Channel

    If you were a kid in the 90s, your taste in music went one of two ways: you either wore baggy jncos and sports jerseys and listened to overly aggro nu-metal or you were a ska fan, complete with checkered porkpie hat and some sort of cringey facial hair, most likely a soul patch. Fans of both were stupid and annoying in their own ways, but the two groups would never mix. Until now. Bob Kooparos is a man on a mission to transform angry metal and nu metal hits into irie reggae and ska jams. The resulting songs are ridiculous, terrible, and we can’t get enough of them. Check out a few of our favorites below, then listen to the rest on YouTube. Jah bless.

  • The “Mad Max: Fury Road” International Trailer Is The Craziest One Yet

    We are still a few months away from the US premiere of Mad Max: Fury Road on May 15 and the more we see of the movie, the harder it is to wait. The original trilogy, released between 1979 and 1985, featured Mel Gibson as Max in a post-apocalyptic wasteland where we faced off against gangs of marauders and their insane automobiles. Fury Road continues the saga, with Tom Hardy taking over for Gibson and Charlize Theron as Furiosa. Director George Miller, who has directed every film in the franchise, has already revealed that the script for the fifth installment is completed. That’s great, because we’d hate to have to wait for 30 years for another sequel.

  • Afghan Kids See Jenna Jameson For The First Time [Video]

    It’s true what they say: deep down, we’re all basically the same. Sure, dudes might fight with each other over sports or politics or Miller Lite (great taste/less filling), but when you get right down to it, all we really want to do is look at pictures of Jenna Jameson. It was true 20 years ago, in the early days of the Internet when we’d trade Zip disks filled with lo-res photos slowly downloaded over 33.6kbps dial-up connections and it’s true today, as these British Royal Marines Commandos prove when they share their FHM with Afghan kids. Let’s hear it for Jenna Jameson bringing dudes together for 20 years!

  • This Dubai Hyperlapse Is Unbelievably Awesome [Video]

    Last summer, we shared an incredible hyperlapse tour of Barcelona from photographer Rob Whitworth and are minds were blown. No joke, the cleaning lady was scrubbing mind bits off the walls of RSVLTS HQ for weeks. But that was nothing compared to Whitworth’s latest video, “Dubai Flow Motion,” which takes viewers on a hyperlapse journey through Dubai with awesome digital effects tying each scene together. Protip: Call your cleaning lady before watching in case bits of your blown mind mess up your phone. Dubai Flow Motion from Rob Whitworth on Vimeo.

  • Most Excited Weatherman Ever Goes Nuts Over Thundersnow [Video]

    What makes a weatherman transform into Ric Flair giving a pre-fight interview with Mean Gene? You would probably think something exciting like a tornado, a hurricane, or ball lightning. But you’d be wrong. This video proves that nothing gets a meteorologist more pumped than…thundersnow. Something like that, with a name that sounds like the moniker of an American Gladiator, must be pretty cool, right? Nope! It’s just a thunderstorm with snow instead of rain. But apparently it’s pretty rare, so when Jim Cantore captures it six times during Winter Storm Neptune, he goes nuts.

  • Gus Chiggins: Will Ferrell’s Greatest SNL Skit That Never Aired

    Before each 11:30 pm live airing of SNL the cast and crew do a complete dress rehearsal with costumes, make-up, filming and the whole 9. This allows them to work out the kinks and people like Jimmy Fallon to get the laughs out. In this skit titled “Old Prospector” Will Ferrell takes the role of an old prospector named Gus Chiggins who somehow got involved with the US Army’s search of Osama bin Laden. The skit didn’t make it to air but it is one of the best in Will Ferrell seven year SNL career. Happy 45th birthday Will Ferrell!

  • Depressing Drone Footage Of Detroit’s Pontiac Silverdome [Video]

    When the Pontiac Silverdome opened in 1975, it was the largest stadium in the NFL. In addition to the Lions, other Silverdome tenants included the NBA’s Pistons, the NASL’s Express, and the USFL’s Panthers. Over the years, the stadium also hosted a variety of events including a 1977 Led Zeppelin concert, Wrestlemania III, and a 1987 mass with Pope John Paul II, attracting a record 93,682 people. But by the late 80s, the Pistons had moved on and with the construction of FedEx Field, the Silverdome was no longer the biggest in the NFL. The Lions left for Ford Field in 2001, leaving the Silverdome without a tenant, and the stadium was auctioned off in 2009. The Pontiac Silverdome has been sitting vacant for years, a shell of its former self. Matt Ervin used a drone to look inside the stadium, which hasn’t hosted an event since 2011, and captured this eerie footage.

  • This 10k Time Lapse Is Unreal [Video]

    As camera technology continues to advance, photographers are able to capture an an increasingly “real” picture. And if this video is any indication, what can now be captured is much more intense than what we naturally see with our eyes and video appears hyperrealistic. Joe Capra of Scientifantastic captured this time lapse video of Rio de Janeiro using the PhaseOne IQ180 camera, capable of incredibly detailed 10k shots. To put that in perspective, a 10k image, at 10328 x 7760 contains about 4-5 4k images. And most of us haven’t even upgraded to 4k yet. To see the video in all its glory, be sure to watch it fullscreen.

  • GoPro Takes you Pole Vaulting With Allison Stokke [Video]

    Allison Stokke has been the face of pole vaulting as far as the Internet is concerned since photos of her at a meet went viral years ago. Now she has teamed with GoPro to give us a look at the sport from a point-of-view most of us have never experienced. Numerous cameras, including one on the pole, show us that there’s more to the sport than beautiful girls warming up in skintight outfits.

  • Band Jokingly Begins AC/DC Song And Crowd Takes It From There [Video]

    Singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson was playing a show in New York last year when he made the mistake of jokingly strumming the opening riff to AC/DC’s 1980 hit “You Shook Me All Night Long.” The crowd immediately started singing along, leaving Matt no choice but to continue on. soon his band all joined in with nothing more than a nod, guitarist Aaron Tap performed the iconic solo. Let this be a lesson to all musicians: Don’t call down the thunder(struck) unless you mean it!

  • Dubai Police Ad Or New “The Fast And The Furious” Trailer?

    We’ve shared the over-the-top fleet of the Dubai Police numerous times over the years, but now the most obnoxiously extravagant emirate has kicked it up a notch with this ad showcasing their awesomely ostentatious cars. The ad features the Dubai Police’s newest addition, a 167 mph 2015 Lexus RC F. As amazing as it would be to chase down baba ghanoush smugglers in the sports cars, the fleet is mostly used for patrolling the tourist areas and as an opulent attraction itself. They’re nice and everything, but do they have any Ford Fusions like the NYPD?

  • Emily Ratajkowski’s Lingerie Commercial Is The Best Valentine’s Day Gift [Video]

    Thanks to Gone Girl, Emily Ratajkowski is now a big-time Hollywood star, but she hasn’t forgotten her roots in the modeling world. In addition to appearing in Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue, the “Blurred Lines” beauty also filmed this commercial for Italian lingerie brand Yamamay. Hopefully we’ll see more of Emily before her next big screen appearance in Entourage in June.

  • Headless Robotic Dogs Are The Stuff Of Sci-Fi Nightmares [Video]

    We aren’t sure if androids dream of electric sheep, but after watching this demonstration of Boston Dynamics’ Spot, we know that we have nightmares of electric dogs. Weighing in at 160 pounds, Spot is an electrically powered and hydraulically actuated four legge-d robot designed for indoor and outdoor operation. What exactly does that mean? We’re not sure, but we’re guessing it means these hellish automatons will track us down wherever we run to when Skynet goes live.

  • Skydivers Come Within Inches Of Airplane Prop In Nope Video Of The Year

    When you choose to go skydiving, you’re already taking some pretty big risks. After all, you’re jumping out of plane at 15,000 feet and falling at 120 mph. With all that going on, the last thing you need is the pilot of the airplane diving 180 degrees, coming within inches of chopping you up with the plane’s prop. Yet for some reason, that’s just what this pilot decided to do…