Two Dutch comedians read verses from a Bible disguised as the Quran to people on the street and film the reactions when it's revealed what they've actually been reading.
By: WayGroovy | Dec 9th, 2015 (6:08 PM) | Thanks: heinzeketchum
A complex Rube Goldberg machine mostly made using photography gear.
By: WayGroovy | Dec 9th, 2015 (6:05 PM) | Thanks: heinzeketchum
I love RedLetterMedia, and have watched all their videos and shows, which has become like a ritual TV show for me, and will always post / upvote / mention them so that as many people as possible can share the joy that is them... This edition of ' Best of the Worst' features outspoken screenwriter and director Max Landis.
by getting everything you ever wanted.
Chris Nickerson talks about how success can ruin your life and how it has ruined his.
Jayson Street talking about the persona in front of the technical person. Stick with Jayson on this one, it doesn't get really interesting until about 10 minutes in.
Jason Scott gives a talk about some of the darker parts about being a creative and a tech.
R&M & Carls Jr.
Brought to you by Carl's Jr.
By: WayGroovy | Dec 1st, 2015 (1:41 AM)
For years, we heard the legend of the movie that could outblart Paul Blart. Yet Bash found it. And mattrmcg linked the trailer.
By: WayGroovy | Nov 24th, 2015 (12:13 AM) | Thanks: TopperBautom
6 photographers, 1 person, 6 different stories.
Obviously an advert but it's cool nonetheless.
By: WayGroovy | Nov 23rd, 2015 (11:11 PM) | Thanks: IdentityOne
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Looking pretty badass in a couching tiger hidden dragon sort of way
Fan fic of trunks v cell. Done incredibly well and dramatically. Bonus character at the end.
By: WayGroovy | Nov 17th, 2015 (12:27 PM) | Thanks: PyroMonkey
Marie's This short documentary tells the story of Marie Wilcox, the last fluent speaker of the Wukchumni language and the dictionary she created in an effort to keep her language alive.
Senior Monitor Jake Bailey's Speech at the 2015 Christchurch Boys' High School Prize Giving.
Somewhere, beyond the sea,
By: WayGroovy | Nov 10th, 2015 (11:52 AM)
The classic Nintendo franchise, Metroid, envisioned through the lens of 60s-70s science fiction cinema such as 2001, Alien, and Solaris: this was the concept for Rainfall's most recent production. Instead of using a modern approach, a style was developed more in tune with the themes that inspired the first Metroid game in 1986: isolation, exploration, and the wonders of deep space.
By: WayGroovy | Nov 4th, 2015 (11:40 AM) | Thanks: IdentityOne
Don't look back, kids!
By: WayGroovy | Nov 3rd, 2015 (11:51 PM)
A Rube Goldberg machine tells the story Biisuke's adventure to rescue his brothers from imprisonment. With some theme music.
Are you standard?
By: WayGroovy | Nov 1st, 2015 (2:05 AM) | Thanks: Atharaenea
Commercial made by a long-time fazer/slorumite with the lead singer and members of GWAR.
Documentary on all the cool ways Europeans tried to kill each other and the people trying to bring back the art.
By: WayGroovy | Oct 25th, 2015 (9:48 PM) | Thanks: heinzeketchum
New video featuring a naturally aspirated 333hp Ford Escort MKII ready for some serious sideways action.
By: WayGroovy | Oct 25th, 2015 (9:47 PM) | Thanks: heinzeketchum
A little wingsuit edit by buddies made from a recent trip to Panama
Madrid, Spain-based film editor Jorge Luengo Ruiz has created a wonderful video that highlights the many ways that Vince Gilligan's popular television series, Breaking Bad, was influenced by Quentin Tarantino's 1994 film Pulp Fiction.
Clever use of Greenscreen
Trippy Movie Mashup Pits Kubrick's Villains Against Hitchcock's Jimmy Stewart
If you've ever had the slightest interest in the game, this may just convince you to give it a try. The DM is awesome.