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  • Bob Dylan Releases Interactive Music Video And CD Box Set

    Almost 50 years after being release, one of Bob Dylan’s best known songs, “Like A Rolling Stone”, has received the music video treatment. It’s an interactive video that features such celebrities as Drew Carey, Danny Brown, Marc Maron, and the “Pawn Stars” family lip syncing to the song on different channels that you can switch between while the video is playing. It’s a cool idea and no doubt you’re better off watching these people lip sync than going to an actual Bob Dylan performance these days and watching him incoherently fumble through his set. The video is in celebration of the release of his 47-disc “Complete Album Collection Volume 1″. Volume 1? Really? 47 discs and just volume 1? You hi-tech types can also get the collection on a USB drive with a bonus harmonica case!

  • Brooklyn-The Gentleman’s Rant [Video]

    Warning Brooklynites: Hold on to your vintage typewriter and try not to choke on your Fernet cocktail while you watch this rant on your beloved borough. To be fair, these complaints only apply to a small fraction of Brooklyn. Go to neighborhoods like Flatbush, or East New York, or Coney Island and your complaints will be very different. Still, the no credit card thing is a major pain. Every time you use the shady ATM you lose $5 while gaining a chance at identity fraud. At least the free pizza at Alligator Lounge almost makes up for having to sit next to a dude with a monocle whose unicycle is chained up out front.

  • Chucky Terrorizes Brazilians In Advertising Prank [Video]

    Apparently, a new Child’s Play movie, “Curse of Chucky”, was recently released (I had to look it up, too) and to advertise it’s Brazilian debut, this crazy stunt was devised. In the video, a man dressed as Chucky and wielding a knife, crashes through an ad for the film and terrorizes unsuspecting people (including children!) waiting for the bus. Chances are, this is probably scarier than anything you’ll see in the direct to video movie.

  • Social Media Prank Shows Why You Need To Manage Your Privacy Settings ASAP [Video]

    Many people keep their various social media accounts public and check in everywhere without ever giving a second though to the repercussions. This new hidden camera short from Jack Vale Films shows you why that may not be such a good idea. He approaches random people in public and reveals information about them that is available for anyone to see, and they are still amazed. Some folks even threatened to call the cops for “invasion of privacy”. So update your privacy settings or else you may be the next person approached by a creepy dude in public who may or may not have a hidden camera channel.

  • Take Full Panoramic Photos With Panono [Video]

    Sometimes you’re someplace that’s so amazing that you just don’t know what to take a picture of. You’re so overwhelmed that only a 360-degree picture of everything around you will suffice. For those times and anytime when a full panoramic photo would be cool (always), there’s the Panono. It’s a panoramic ball camera that takes full 360-degree shots in extremely detailed 72 megapixels. To take a picture, simply toss the ball and an accelerometer inside the device calculates when it has reached maximum altitude and snaps a photo. The ball can also be mounted and controlled remotely to take pictures without tossing it around. You can pre-order yours right now with a pledge of $499 Indiegogo. And don’t worry about the goal not being met, they are already more than one-third there just a few days into the campaign. But get yours quick, the $499 early-bird special is almost sold out.

  • Watch The First New Beatles Video Since 1996

    It’s been 50 years since the first album from The Beatles and in celebration of the milestone, Apple Records has released the 37-song “On Air-Live at the BBC, Volume 2″, the first release of new material since the multi-volume “Anthology” collections in 1996. Featured on the new release is this cover of Buddy Holly’s “Words of Love”. The video is a great mix of archival footage and new animation and a great reminder of what made The Beatles one of the biggest bands in rock and roll history.

  • The Man Who Holds The World Record For Holding The Most World Records [Video]

    Ashrita Furman may not be a household name, but he holds the impressive title of most world records from the Guinness Book of World Records. Of course, many of his records are bizarre activities that few have probably engaged in, but as this short film shows, Furman loves what he does and he has a great time doing it. If you’re interested in his records, read through the list on Ashrita.com.

  • Everything Wrong With Back To The Future [Video]

    Cinema Sins ruins your childhood with their video pointing out every mistake in Back to the Future. Many of the “sins” are simple continuity errors that nobody notices anyway, but the ones about time travel are just not fair. When time travel is what propels your entire plot, some holes are to be expected. But varying pens in Geroge’s pocket in one scene? Come on Continuity Supervisor Nancy Hansen, what were you thinking?

  • Hilarious Breaking Bad Alternate Ending [Video]

    Taking a page from 80s sitcom Newhart’s famous series finale, a Breaking Bad DVD-extra features a funny alternate ending where Walter White wakes up in bed next to his Malcolm in the Middle costar Jane Kaczmarek, explaining the entirety of the series as just a bad dream. In just a few minutes, they manage to fit in a ton of jokes about the series. Too bad the two shows didn’t air in the reverse order. A Malcolm in the Middle finale where it’s explained as a meth-induced fantasy would have sort of made sense.

  • David Hasselhoff Sings Fresh Prince Theme, Sort Of [Video]

    Apparently Germany’s love of David Hasselhoff has spread to its neighbor, the Netherlands. Brilliant Dutch super-cut wizard Matthijs Vlot recently released his newest video in which the Hoff appears to perform the theme song from “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air”. Vlot managed to sift through tons of episodes of “Baywatch” and “Knight Rider” and even the made for TV crapfest of a movie, “Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.” to create his latest masterpiece. Hopefully the “part 1″ isn’t just teasing us, as this could be the greatest series of videos humanity has ever seen.

  • Harlem Globetrotter Breaks Record For Longest Shot; Season Looks Bleak For Washington Generals [Video]

    Harlem Globetrotters Rookie Thunder Law (was that one of the American Gladiators?) broke the world record for the longest basketball shot yesterday. The former record, a paltry 104 feet 7 inches was shattered by Thunder’s impressive 109 feet 9 inches shot at the Phoenix Suns’ US Airways Center in Phoenix in celebration of Guinness Worlds Records Day. If the Washington Generals were hoping for a repeat of their 1971 season, when they beat the Globetrotters one game, it’s probably not going to happen any time soon.

  • Top 20 Knockouts in UFC History [Video]

    In November of 1993, the first Ultimate Fighting Championship event, UFC 1, was held in Denver, Colorado. 20 years of great fights followed and to celebrate its birthday, UFC has collected the 20 best knockouts from those years. Watching these brings back memories of renting the UFC VHS tapes from the mom-and-pop video store with the huge back room of smut. Nothing like being a kid, drinking Capri Sun, eating Fruit by the Foot, and watching men violently beat each other almost to death.

  • Incredible Video Of Wingsuit Flight Through Narrow Canyon

    When looking for a suitable locale for a wingsuit flight, narrow canyon is probably not at the top of your list. That’s why you’re a boring wimp and nobody likes you. Me too. But brass-balled wingsuit expert Robert “Scotty-Bob” Morgan thought that the frighteningly narrow Beehive Line in Utah’s Great Basin National Park would be a perfect spot to take flight. He was also kind enough to strap a GoPro camera on to capture all the action. Now those of us who have trouble navigating a wide hallway without bumping into every possible obstacle can see what it’s like to not be so bad at life.

  • Man of Steel Gets The Honest Movie Trailer Treatment [Video]

    Screen Junkies has released their latest “honest trailer” and this time the victim is Zack Snyder’s take on Superman, “Man of Steel”. They are sure to point out the blatant product placement, the bad acting, and complete lack of Superman character traits in an effort to give him more “depth”, which apparently meant making Superman into producer Christopher Nolan’s Batman. If you were lucky enough to miss out on “Man of Steel”, do yourself a favor and watch this instead. You’ll save a lot of time and frustration.

  • 6 Time-lapse Videos Showing Foursquare Check-ins Around The Globe

    With over 40 million users worldwide, Foursquare has collected a ton of data about what people do and when they do it in many big cities. Using the check-in  data over a span of one year, Foursquare was able to produce these videos showing a typical day in 6 cities around the world. The morning and evening travel in Japan make for an incredible light show. Why do Turks like checking in at home so much? And check out that nightlife in Hoboken!

  • Three Friends Go On An Epic Cross Country Adventure, Produce This Stunning Timelapse Video

    This summer, three friends left their comfortable jobs of six years to spend two months traveling across the country and teaching photography workshops along the way. Adventure was calling and they felt that it was time to take a risk and get out of their comfort zones. During those two months, they traveled across 32 states , visited 13 national and state parks, and drove nearly 13,000 miles in a (somewhat) trusty old Dodge Caravan… with no cruise control, and produced this stunning timelapse video of our beautiful country.

  • Inspiring Time-Lapse Transformation Of Homeless Veteran [Video]

    Late last week, a video of homeless veteran Jim Wolf went viral and if you haven’t seen it, today, being Veterans Day, is the perfect time to watch it. In the powerful time-lapse production, Wolf gets a makeover to prepare him for a new life. The video brings awareness to Grand Rapids-based Degage Ministries, an organization that helps the homeless with food, hygiene products, job placement, and much more. It’s a good reminder of those in need all around us, veterans or not.

  • How GoPro Became The World’s Best Selling Camera [Video]

    Last night on CBS, “60 Minutes” aired a segment detailing GoPro’s rise from a surfer’s desire for a compact, waterproof camera 12 years ago to the biggest selling camera in the world today. Anderson Cooper interviewed Nick Woodman, the surfer turned camera creator, who is now a billionaire thanks to his invention. We know we love the GoPro and all the great videos made with the cameras over the years and hearing the story behind the company is inspiring. And for those of you who prefer reading over watching the video, check out the transcript on CBS News.

  • Amazing Collection Of Domino Tricks [Video]

    Remember those Domino Rally sets from the 80s where you would buy dominoes that were already set up on tracks so that even the least technical and creatively challenged of kids could make a somewhat impressive display? Well I couldn’t even get those to work right, so watching a video like this doesn’t just amaze me, it makes me extremely angry for not having a fraction of a percent of the talent these people have. Using over 20,000 dominoes and taking 3 months and 2 people on 2 different continents, this video seamlessly links up some of the coolest domino tricks ever. And they probably didn’t even use a Domino Dealer (which I also could never get to work right).

  • Jake Foushee’s Incredible Voice Impressions [Video]

    Jake Foushee is a kid with an incredible talent for voice impressions. Even his normal voice is so different than what you’d expect coming from his mouth, that it seems like another impression. Here he does voices such as Joe and Peter from “Family Guy”, Optimus Prime, and Jason Statham, among others. Just imagine how deep and cool his voice will be when he’s old enough to drink and smoke! Is there any demand for Tom Waits voice impressionists?

  • Rudy Reenactment With Regis And Roc [Video]

    First, I’d like to point out how hard it was to not spell “with” as “rith” in the title. Second, I can’t believe “Rudy” came out 20 years ago. I don’t think Sean Astin has aged a day. And lastly, how can someone like Regis, who has decades of experience doing live TV, look so uncomfortable and awkward in front of a camera? He looks like one of those people who is overly concerned about what he should be doing with his hands. At least Charles S Dutton did a great job and I liked the reference to “Roc”. That was a good show…

  • British Granny Goes Crazy Playing GTA V [Video]

    This granny is frustrated with British Gas and she channels her anger in the most obvious way for an octogenarian: she plays Grand Theft Auto V. As she pummels defenseless passers-by, she shouts some of the filthiest things imaginable, but it all comes off so cute and innocent thanks to her accent. Hopefully she is just watching the action and not controlling the character, because if that’s her playing, she’s way better than I am at these newfangled video games.

  • Watch Swiss Jetman’s Incredible Mt Fuji Flight [Video]

    Swiss daredevil Yves Rossy has been using his custom jet pack to amaze all of us with incredible stunts for almost a decade and now he has taken his high-flying antics to Japan’s Mount Fuji. With his awesome flying contraption, Rossy can reach heights of 12,000 feet and hit a top speed of 190 mph. The range is only about 9 miles, but that’s more than enough for my daily routine. Imagine the awesomeness of a regular trip to Shop Rite: “Could you point me in the direction of the plantain chips? Oh that old thing? It’s just my jet pack. Please ladies, settle down. I’ll take each of you for a ride. With my jet pack.”

  • JBL PULSE Wireless Speaker With Light Show

    JBL’s new PULSE wireless speaker takes the same Bluetooth technology from their other wireless speakers and adds LEDs that “pulse” to your music, creating a neat light show effect. The LED patterns are also programmable from your phone or tablet’s JBL app just in case you want a change from the preset options. The rechargeable Li-ion battery allows for 10 hours of music listening or 5 hours of combined music and lights. See it in action in this video then order yours today for $199.95 from JBL.

  • Inappropriate Laugh Track Makes TV Scenes Super Awkward [Video]

    The sitcom laugh track usually serves as an indication to us simple mouth-breathers that something funny is happening onscreen and we should laugh along. In this YouTube video, it is used in a more nefarious way, making us look like insensitive monsters for laughing during these serious scenes from those perennial “very special episodes.” I must admit, it didn’t change my reaction to Haley Joel Osment’s classic line from Walker, Texas Ranger. With or without the laugh track, it’s always been hilarious.

  • 2 Girls Ask For A Threesome With Hilarious Reactions [Video]

    How would you respond if two girls you didn’t know approached on the street inviting you to a threesome? Would you be an eager beaver and start walking them to your lodge of love? Or are you the romantic type who would politely refuse, citing your relationship status or wont of getting to know a girl first? Maybe you’re like the “old tiger” in this video from /whatever and would take them up on the offer if not for the fact that you were about to eat lunch. The reactions are all pretty entertaining, from the dudes who don’t think twice before accepting to those who nervously try to figure out what’s happening. It’s too bad someone called the cops though.

  • Amazing A Cappella Daft Punk Medley [Video]

    Pentatonix, who won NBC’s a cappella competition “The Sing-Off” (I never heard of it either) and have since released cover after cover of popular songs, have just revealed the video of their at times eerily accurate Daft Punk medley. Listen to them reproduce hits such as “One More Time” and “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” using just their voices but I recommend not staring at the video. Their hyper-blue eyes are really disturbing, especially on the dude with the white hair. He looks like one of those “timequake” causing future people from “Millennium.” But I digress. Now hit it, Rockapella! I mean, Pentatonix!

  • Idaho Sportscaster Does Entire Segment As Ron Burgundy [Video]

    Not only does Idaho have a plethora of potatoes, but it also appears as though the state has at least one funny resident. That’s not bad when you consider the fact that only about 39 people live there. For Halloween, Boise sportscaster Paul Gerke dressed as Anchorman Ron Burgundy and acted like the character the whole time, even delivering a Dodge advertisement. Stay classy, Paul. Now if only his Channel 6 cohorts were as dedicated. Where is your Champ Kind cowboy hat, Don Nelson? And as for you Michelle Edmonds, Veronica Corningstone you ain’t!

  • The North Face’s Into The Mind Official Trailer

    Is your knowledge of ski movies limited to the amazingly awful “Ski School” and “Ski School 2″? If so, do yourself a favor and check out 2011′s “All.I.Can” from Sherpas Cinema then watch the trailer for their followup, “Into The Mind”, which is sure to be another hit. Presented by The North Face, “Into The Mind” features some of the most incredible cinematography seen on the bigscreen and will undoubtedly go down as one of the best sports films ever shot.

  • Watch Excited Red Sox Fans Flip Car [Video]

    Wicked pissah! Sawks win! What better way to celebrate than flipping over cars? Also uprooting trees seems like a fun idea. Maybe next time, though, it would be more polite to make sure no one is in the car when it gets flipped. To be fair, if the Mets ever actually won a World Series I might lose control, too.

  • Blooper Reel From “Back To The Future” [Video]

    Watch these bloopers to hear Michael J Fox curse like you have never heard him curse before (unless you saw him on “Curb Your Enthusiasm”). At one point he even acts like a horrible Mexican stereotype. ¿Qué? Just keep in mind, we only have a little over a year until 2015 happens which means one thing…hoverboards.

 
 
 
 
 

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