Watching the Filming of a Car Chase Scene Is Way More Fun Than Watching the Actual Movie

Am I going to watch that new Bourne movie? I don’t know, probably not. Are you? You probably don’t need to, because the coolest part of the movie isn’t actually in the movie—it’s this behind the scenes footage showing the filming of a car chase. The B-roll footage shows how the arm of the chase car camera swings…

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Absurdly Fast Human Catapult Goes From 0 to 125 Miles-Per-Hour in One Second

Dubai is equal parts engineering marvel and rich person playground. It’s where drones race pricey supercars and skateboarders rent out and drain entire waterparks for their amusement. It’s also where BASE jumpers Chris Douggs McDougall and Jimmy Pouchert shot themselves 300 feet into the air just for the fuck of it.

Crazy Airplane Flies Under a Biker Doing a Backflip and a Guy Walking on a Tight Rope

Which one of these crazy people would you rather be? The person making a low pass on a stunt plane knowing if you fly any higher you’re definitely going to end up in prison? The dude doing a backflip on a motorcycle while jumping over that stunt plane? Or the totally exposed lunatic walking on a tight rope as the…

Watch Fearless Stuntman Do a Blind Backflip Over a Speeding Race Car

Besides a bit of YouTube fame, it’s hard to say why stuntman Damien Walters challenged himself to perform a daring backflip over a speeding Formula E race car—which he couldn’t actually see coming. It’s a stunt more impressive than anything you’ll see in a Hollywood movie because there are no wires, and no computer…

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Watching this guy in a wingsuit fly impossibly close to the ground almost made me faint

This wingsuit video is unbelievable. And totally wild. And so daring it seems impossible and unreal and yet, Brandon Mikesell really did put on a wingsuit and zipped a crazy flight down Le Brévent and filmed it all for us to see. He wades through rocks and cliffs and trees and oh yeah, deftly avoided the ground that I…

True bad ass walks a record breaking 1640 feet across a slackline at unbelievable heights

I gasped. And then cursed. And then just shook my head throughout this entire video. Théo Sanson set a new record by walking 1,640 feet across a slackline in the Utah desert. He crossed between The Rectory and Castleton Tower at Castle Valley, Utah and is so impossibly high off the ground that it’s absolutely…