I can't handle this insane parkour run on top of a really tall building

This video of a crazy guy running and jumping and doing that parkour thing across a building ledge only lasts 15 seconds but I’m pretty sure I’ve thrown up 15 times, cried enough tears for 15 years, broke my knees in 15 different places from trembling too hard and destroyed my ability to process emotion for the rest… »5/08/15 1:18pm5/08/15 1:18pm

Video: Exploring an active dam on foot is not for the faint-hearted

I think my heart it outside my body now because it tried to leap out of my throat an uncountable number of times as I was watching James Kingston explore the Sepulveda Dam in LA from his point of view. Narrow beams, far jumps, high walls, obstacles, fear, normal human weaknesses don’t seem to apply to him. They do to… »4/28/15 8:40pm4/28/15 8:40pm

Stop-motion parkour is less dangerous and way funnier than real parkour

I don't see myself jumping from one roof to another without breaking all my bones. However I can clearly do this thing I named Horizontal Parkour. The guys that made the video claim they can do some parkour tricks in the real life, but I bet that wouldn't be as fun to watch as this: »10/06/14 10:01pm10/06/14 10:01pm

Guy jumps off a building, slides down a roof and lands on stairs for fun

Ethan Swanson, the lunatic making this ridiculous roof jump, is a professional stunt man, so he sees life differently than the rest of us. Where normal humans see buildings and houses and stairs, Swanson sees a playground. This jump, which starts from the top of a building and ends on stairs, is just epic. »7/30/14 8:22pm7/30/14 8:22pm

Real life spiderman does a spinning flip on a wall while climbing it

Some people see a wall in their way and walk around it. That would be me! Other people try to climb it. That would be awesome people! This guy sees a wall and decides it's best to do a spinning backward flip on the wall while climbing the wall to move up. That would be this real life Spiderman. Holy hell, he has more… »4/25/14 8:52pm4/25/14 8:52pm

Sony's Latest Spider-Man Promo Was Filmed Entirely Without Sony Cameras

To promote the UK release of The Amazing Spider-Man Blu-ray and DVD, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment shot this pretty cool action video of a stuntman dressed up as Peter Parkour (get it?). The only problem is that the video was shot entirely using gear manufactured by Sony's digital imaging competitors. Come on… »11/28/12 1:20pm11/28/12 1:20pm