Weird Al is back and straight wrecking shop like a boss in his latest video. It’s funny as well as scientifically and historically accurate.
The trailer for game publisher Deep Silver’s latest zombie-survival-melee-shooter Dead Island 2 was just released, and it’s goddamn brilliant. I think it’s even better than the trailer for the original. Let’s just hope that the game itself is waayy better than the original. If not, perhaps Deep Silver should just become a dedicated game trailer maker.
It seems like this time of year is always slow when it comes to awesome things, but this kid from a small-town high school more than makes up for the dearth of awesomeosity with his nearly flawless rendition of Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” dance routine, performed at his school’s talent show. Be sure to fast-forward to 1:11 in the video, because many of the earlier performances take a very liberal interpretation of the word “talent”.
And, by the way, he won.
I wish there were a word that indicated when something was more than merely “awesome”. Perhaps uberawesome or hyperawesome? Whatever word you choose, it still doesn’t accurately capture the god-like prowess that 7-year-old Avery Molek (a perfect rock star name, by the way) displays when working the skins on his kit.
Were you born before 2000? If so, prepare to feel very, very old. You’ll laugh at these kids’ confused and innocent reactions to what was at one time ballin’-ass technology, but you’ll also die a little bit inside.
This San Francisco couple (both lawyers) left humility in the rear-view a long time ago. Kudos to the production values, though.
Sweet, merciful Moses! OMFG! Jesus H. Kee-rist! Watching this video made my feet tingle.
Watching this tarantula molt is fascinating and a little disturbing, as it looks painful (though I’m sure it’s not).
Christopher Walken is an undeniable American treasure, an acting icon known around the world for his, shall we say…unusual, dialog delivery technique. But did you know that he can also dance his ass off?
Is there a word that means “better than awesome”? If so, we need to apply it to The Prototype. If not, we need to invent one: I humbly submit “booyahsome” as a candidate word. How is it that I’m just hearing about this movie now? IMDb says it’s scheduled for a May 2014 release, but has sparse details otherwise. Usually, these things are spoilered and trailered years before they come out in theaters, but this bad boy really snuck up on us.