Most action movies follow the exact same recipe: One tough badass cop, one mad villain with an evil laugh, and explosions, loads of random explosions. Add an extraordinarily beautiful woman that needs to be rescued, insanely shaky camera movements, and you have a movie.
When a commercial starts with a silly premise like:"What would you do if your friend turned into an animated GIF?" you know you're about to watch something great. That's why I'm such a big fan of Flying Horse's ads. The Brazilian energy drink brand makes some of the weirdest and most hilarious commercials…
I'm a sucker for good radio ads but, sadly, most of them are hideous. They all share the same cliché background music, terrible scripts, exasperating sound effects, and awful voice overs. These hilarious videos—promoting the 2015 Radio Mercury Awards—list all the things that make a radio ad suck.
These illustrations by Chicago-based artist Alex Solis mix the 2D and 3D world to show a brutal fight between a character and his creator.
This commercial for the Toronto Jewish Film Festival shows legendary porn star Ron Jeremy trying to understand why his movies have never been accepted to the festival. I feel the same way as you, Ron, Woodfellas and The Rod Father are brilliant.
This hilarious short film by creative agency Studio Hansa shows a regular day in a corporate office. A place where everybody seems to be waiting for an opportunity to hurt you in the most sadistic way. Sometimes it really feels that way.
Like the rest of us, Machinima Happy Hour wondered what would happen after the crossguard lightsaber scene in the new Star Wars trailer. Unlike the rest of us, they created this hilarious animation imagination of how ridiculous that fight would be because adding light sabers to just anything is just crazy.
If I had a Portal gun like these guys, I don't think using it for basketball trick shots would have been on the top of my to do list. But after watching this video, I may have to change my mind.
Ali Vingiano made another hilarious subtitled short, this time dedicated to all of your who had to bring your significant other to meet your parents over the holidays (or worse, those who will have to do it this year. I'm sorry! Best of luck!)Like the previous one, this short is funny because it's exactly how it is.
Last year, Poo-Pourri's ad Girls Don't Poop proved that humor is the best weapon if you need to advertise a stink-eliminating toilet spray. So this year, for the Christmas campaign, they decided to take their scatological humor a step further and show to the world that Santa suffers from gastric problems too.
Of course the musicless version of the video for Snoop Dogg's Drop It Like It's Hot—featuring Pharrell Williams— is going to be hilarious. I mean, what the hell did you expect. It's totally ridiculous muted, but with Mario Wienerroither's sound effect work, it's just hysterical (like always.)
I genuinely enjoyed Matthew McConaughey's True-Detectivesque ads for Lincoln. But not as much as Jim Carrey's spoof commercials on last Saturday Night Live. Not only they are hilarious, but also Carrey's impression of McConaughey is so perfect that I couldn't take my eyes off him during the whole video.
We all tried to mimic at some point the daring way gunners look at each other in classic western duels. Australian director Michael Shanks took those intense looks to the extreme by adding some great CGI effects, in this hilarious short film.
Some guys—Tom and Ed according to the name of the Youtube channel—just uploaded these two videos where they add their voices to existing moon footage. I hope they continue with the saga because these made me laugh hard.
I never thought Woody could be portrayed as a horror character until I saw this video of Toy Story mashed up with Annabelle. It's so scary that it will haunt my dreams tonight, tomorrow, and the rest of the week.
This 8-bit style animated short film features a very enthusiastic moose and his inseparable sidekick, the yellow cat. They are on a mission to rescue Princess Burger from the evil clutches of a Hipster Octopus. Will they succeed? Of course they will.
I always thought the final scene of the original Star Wars was one of the most ridiculous things ever* but, without the music soundtrack and with added ambient sound, it turns into one of the most cringeworthy scenes in the history of cinema. It's just ridiculous.
Luke Piewalker, Flan Solo, and Chewie the Cookie come to rescue Princess Parfaita from the clutches of Darth Baker and the Galactic Empire. Will they succeed? And most importantly. Will Chewie the Cookie survive Flan Solo's uncontrollable hunger attacks?