Who would win in a fight between superheroes and video game characters?

You have Thor, Captain America and Wolverine on one side. Master Chief, Alyx Vance from Half-Life 2, Ash Ketchum and his trusty Pokeball and a blocky guy from Minecraft. It should be no contest, outside of some fancy weapons, the superheroes should destroy any video game character... but do they? » 11/18/14 2:35am 11/18/14 2:35am

Proof that music videos without music are often better than the original

How can a music video without its original music be better than the original? When the original music is crap, of course. Given the state of today's music, this basically applies to the majority of music videos out there, including those from Australian singer Sia. Example: » 11/13/14 12:15am 11/13/14 12:15am

Princess Leia walking in NYC being harassed by dicks from all the galaxy

Someone made a Star Wars-themed parody of the catcall video that went viral last month and it's even better than the original: This one didn't edit out the white guys and left only blacks and latinos. Males from the galaxy far far away can all be creepy and gross regardless of race or affiliation—just like in this… » 11/11/14 7:40pm 11/11/14 7:40pm

Watch the first sneak peek of the Simpsons Futurama crossover episode

Mark your calendars because this Sunday the Planet Express crew is back for an encore in a new Simpsons episode. The whole Futurama cast—John DiMaggio, Billy West, Katey Sagal, Phil LaMarr, Lauren Tom, Maurice LaMarche, and Tress MacNeille—will be back in an episode called "Simpsorama." Here's a sneak peek! » 11/06/14 6:10pm 11/06/14 6:10pm

Playing around with a water bubble in space must never get old

I'm happy when I see astronauts happy. There's something about seeing people in space enjoy all there is about space that's just infectious. Even the little things, like playing around with a giant water bubble blob. I mean, I would do the same thing they're doing. Let it swallow my hands while a GoPro is inside. » 11/05/14 9:04pm 11/05/14 9:04pm

Funny monster animations get inserted into everyday situations

Our favorite augmented reality artist, Marty Cooper, is back with more hilarious doodle fun in Aug(De)Mented Reality 2. You know the drill, he takes seemingly normal situations and inserts his adorable monsters into them. Those creatures can take eating pizza and watching cars drive by look absurd. » 11/04/14 1:30am 11/04/14 1:30am

Flying this close to the ground like these paragliders is crazy wild

Anything fun or worth doing usually requires a bit of crazy. But this, this is basically all crazy, which must mean it's a ridiculous amount of fun. Valentin Delluc flies his paraglider so close to the ground and rips off spins and twirls so fast that it's hard to believe. Hell, just watching him zip by makes me… » 10/31/14 9:04pm 10/31/14 9:04pm

Crazy people put car inside giant inflatable ball, roll it down a hill

This is fun and I don't care it was made by the car manufacturer. I care that someone was crazy enough to think about putting a freaking car inside one of those giant inflatable balls—called Zorbs, apparently, perhaps the biggest ever made—and then pushed it down a hill. I only wish they put people inside. » 10/27/14 11:30pm 10/27/14 11:30pm

This is what happens when you give McDonald's to organic food "experts"

"What happens when you serve McDonald's food to some experts and pretend it's a new organic meal?" ask Sacha and Cedrique. To answer this question they went to a organic food fair in Houten, Netherlands, armed with disguised McNuggets and Big Macs. You can imagine what happens—or just watch their video: » 10/22/14 7:51pm 10/22/14 7:51pm

Short film: Giant rock creature teaches a funny life lesson

I think this silly animation about a giant rock creature trying to rescue a town is a hilariously dark lesson that shows how some things just aren't worth saving. Or that maybe all our work is useless. Or perhaps that bad intentions can cause good actions. Or whatever, maybe it's just a really fun CG animation. » 10/21/14 10:33pm 10/21/14 10:33pm

This short film would be fun if it weren't so close to real life

The creators of this Shelved—director James Cunningham and eleven visual effects students at the Media Design School in Auckland, New Zealand—say their short film a homage to movies like Clerks, Mallrats, Slacker, and Dazed and Confused. After watching these two robotic losers in action, I can see why. » 10/10/14 9:01pm 10/10/14 9:01pm