When topless model Rosie Jones appears in a German comedy duo’s music videos, I go “what a waste.” But then I watch anyway.Read more "Glamour Model Rosie Jones in a Comedy Duo’s Music Videos? (Maybe kinda NSFW?)"
Over the course of a 10-day road trip, Dunne and his cinematographer went around asking real people questions and filming the results. He draws us into the grimy laundromats, the dilapidated apartment rooms, and the haunted parking lots for intimate conversations with lunatic strangers.Read more "Florida Man: Filming Gritty People on Mean Streets"
What this is — supposedly— is a video called “Unedited Footage of a Bear,” which starts out as an innocent nature documentary but is quickly interrupted by an informercial for an allergy medicine called Claridryl. And the infomercial never ends… It shows the darker side effects of the drug and just wallops you on the head with the gruesome possibilities, the inner voices that never stop.Read more "The Infomercial That’s Basically a David Lynch Nightmare"
Musician Flying Lotus has made a career for himself crafting music that others may deem so far off the beaten path it’s practically wilderness. It makes sense then that his music videos tread that same razor’s edge between visually entertaining and flat-out, batshit crazy.
I present you with two examples of his music video craziness.Read more "Flying Lotus Loves Twisted Animated Music Videos"
I found this link to a supposed parody / mashup of every 1990s TV ad aimed at children and families. True enough, it’s got the cheesy dialogue, the neon-colored wardrobes, the crappy lighting, the over-emphasized sound effects, even the cliched mother giving that all-knowing smirk that’s ’90s code for “Aww, those darn kids.”
But it also very quickly turns into … something else. You’ll have to watch it to see.Read more "The Horror of Every ’90s TV Ad Mashed Into One"
Japan’s scientists are racing to create the invisibility serum! Actually no. They’ve just been in an insane rush to turn animals transparent for scientific… and voyeuristic purposes.Read more "Japan’s Mad Scientists Create Transparent Mice, Frogs, Fish"
It all started quite “innocently.” Found a link to what was supposedly a weird Japanese “bikini game show” where six buxom Japanese babes in bikinis (Gravure idols, all of them) find a cute little Daruma doll and end up playing a game of red light/green light. They sashay and bounce around, showing off their fine assets, until, the game becomes strangely sinister. Watch the video because otherwise you’ll never believe what happens next.Read more "How Bouncing Boobs and a Japanese Doll Sent Me on a Wild Goose Chase"
So it’s after Halloween and you’re probably hung over, full of candy, and going into diabetic shock. Which means your body is starting to act up on you in horrifying ways. But don’t worry, you’re not alone. Here are other examples of the terrifying human body. Warning: the following is Not Safe for LIFE.Read more "Your Body: the Most Horrifying Place on Earth (NSFL)"
The prehistoric age gave us cave paintings. The Renaissance gave us oil paintings, tempera, and more. The 20th century gave us performance art, multimedia. But it’s the internet that gave us the animated GIF. And artists like Scorpion Dagger have elevated it to a beautifully ludicrous pinnacle by using Renaissance paintings as source material for […]Read more "The Naughty Renaissance GIFs of Scorpion Dagger"
Look, if our National Guard can’t play host to a bevy of buxom babes for a risque swimsuit calendar called Hot Shots 2015, then what the hell are we paying taxes for?Read more "The Babe Calendar that Got the Utah National Guard in Trouble"