As the latest in a series of seriously impressive fan-made films, Helljumper looks like it may be the only online series Spartans need.
I was going to suggest that Jackson try and just team up with director Dan Wang and the rest of the guys who made this; focus on the story and let everything naturally come together.
There’s already a story in the “Helljumper” online series, based on Tobias S. Buckell’s “Dirt.” Buckell is already a critical and fan favorite, leaving some to say this might be just as good as whatever Jackson could have come up with (maybe he should just stay focused on his Hobbit prequels?)
The trailer for Helljumper centers on the plot and synopsis of Orbital Drop Shock Troopers. It takes place in 2552, just after Keep Reading
“10 Million People Play World of Warcraft…Because Chuck Norris allows them to…”
This all according to the commercial on the World of Warcraft YouTube channel, advertising the game that anyone who is anyone within the gaming community is probably already aware of.
Why Chuck Norris? Well, he’s the most quoted man Keep Reading
Alki David is the billionaire, social media and digital guru known for his adoption of social media as a marketing vehicle, such as FilmOn, Battlecam and 9021go.com.
He also has an amazing way of articulating his feelings about vapid red carpet babble: Keep Reading
Written By Jeff Nau
I had some great birthdays growing up, but this one is something straight out of a Twilight Zone episode. I dunno if it’s the freakish midget-like costumes, the fact that they sing “Happy Birthday” in a kind of creepy falsetto, or the hip hop/subwoofer turned to 11 that the 8 year-old kids don’t quite know how to react to.
‘Why is Venom wearing a hoodie?’ is just one of several questions that might come to mind. It’s something equally horrific and fun, and chock full of enough ideas for you parents to traumatize your kids for the majority of their formative years. Keep Reading
Written by Jeff Nau
Perhaps the initial confusion lies in the fact that this is a girl dressed as Link. I mean, she’s pretty cute and everything, yet she is a girl…who’s not playing Zelda…which is kind of confusing.
You either love them, hate them, or inherit them from an ex-girlfriend. But besides smelling like urine, ruining the value of your property, and doing everything they can to make your life inconvenient, cats are beginning to find their niche in a billion dollar industry.
It’s the new branch of advertising that focuses exclusively on cats Keep Reading
Written By Paul Nyhart
He’s got more one liners than a business card and a product that sells itself:
“If It’s darker than me and don’t pay rent than it don’t belong.”
“Paint me green and call me a pickle.”
“I’m gonna be quick like Nestle Keep Reading
Written By Paul Nyhart
We don’t need colder weather or Black Friday sales to remind us that the holidays are on their way — William Shatner has a new commercial announcing his undying love for Deep Fried Turkey to take care of that.
If there were any question remaining on whether or not The Shat had sold out, this should all but take care of that. That isn’t to say the commercial isn’t entertaining if not mildly enlightening, however.
The video series is part of a campaign by State Farm to advise against the perils Keep Reading
Written By Jeff Nau
If you haven’t seen this particularly magic moment with Saints Row The Third, allow us to bring it to you. Consider it not so much a spoiler as a further reason to explore the game, when it becomes available on November 15.
Because eventually, your character will turn on the radio, hit Mix 107 (D.C. represent[?]!), and Sublime’s “Love is What I Got” will come on. The song is accompanied by all 8 characters singing along at the same time, complete with crude jokes, penis references, smart-ass remarks, and even Russian accents (not to mention hysterical laughter).
Someone was also kind enough to put a video montage together, chock full of guns blazing, people being run over, strippers n’ hos getting shot, and of course copious car-jacking. Keep Reading
It’s also a parody of those Epic Meal Time videos and a pretty f*cking awesome one to boot. In it, she manages to take what the EMT guys did and make it more fun — mainly by adding Star Wars into the mix.
I know what you’re thinking: how much did these two smoke before coming up with this sh*t? Who’s to say…that’s not what’s important. What is important is Keep Reading
No…you have not been Rick Roll’d (at least we don’t think). Meet The Rubberbandits new song. It’s part MC FRONTALOT, part Weird Al, part…Ace of Base? Whatever their music adds up to it’s clear that they’re missing one ingredient. A black man.
“I need a black man in my gang/a black man doing black man thang/I need a black man in my crew…could it be you?
There you go…
Black Man is the first single from the Rubberbandits double album “Serious about Men” which is available December 2nd via itunes and The Rubber Bandits website.
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All aspiring Sci-Fi filmmakers are gonna need to step up their game, because a Blade Runner fan movie, Xxit, could possibly rival all sci-fi fan videos ever made. Yes, even the Portal Fan Film from a few months back.
Don’t panic — it was made by Stargate Studios, so obviously they had some serious bankroll to back it up. With all the talk of a Blade Runner prequel, perhaps Scott could get inspired and take a cue from this one? Keep Reading
Written By Jeff Nau
We’re kinda surprised no one ever thought to put a montage of Episode IV: A New Hope‘s coolest scenes to an AC/DC song, seeing as how most of the Aussie rockers’ songs are about shooting, or thrilling, or both — and man, remember how Lucas used to do that??
Props to Kalleanka on Youtube for putting together this clever little sequence of events which sum up the first Star Wars movie to AC/DC’s ‘Thunderstruck’, especially since it could have been something really lame like a montage of Darth Vader scenes to “Back in Black.”
If this inspires you to check out more videos, you can head over to GalacticBinder.com — that’s where this baby came from in the first place, in the ‘make your own Star Wars video‘ contest. Keep Reading
Written by Paul Nyhart
It’s reminscent to Michael Winslow’s tribute to whole lotta love, except this video is a whole lotta Skrillex and a lot less Led Zepplin.
This street performer in Milan offers a fair warning to anyone within hearing distance: “If you have never heard of Dubstep…do not leave now.”
In other words, ‘leave at your own risk because I’m about to blow your mind.’ Keep Reading
Written By Paul NyhartIt’s so unbelievably wrong that it’s tough to evenfathom, but kids of all ages and backgrounds, have apparently found a new way to get drunk.
Apparently the traditional method of doing shots wasn’t enough, after all it’s quite tedious when you consider that you have to quickly tilt your head back, risking whiplash or maybe even dizziness if done in a repetitive fashion.
Now today’s group of teens think they have an easier way of getting drunk: Soaking tampons in vodka…and sticking them up their butts.
It’s a practice that some may be familiar with, hopefully in the same fashion as you’re familiar with most urban myths, not in the same vein as in you’ve done it before. Keep Reading
Written By Jeff Nau
Psychoanalyze all you want about the following clip; at least the filmmakers don’t beat around the bush with a ridiculous title like Urotsukidoji: Legend of the Overfiend. No, the people behind Big Tits Zombie knew what they were getting into with this one, and refused to pull any punches.
There’s really nothing to explain, except maybe to lend further credit to an ongoing belief that something’s up with animators in Japan (even though it’s mostly live-action, there’s one portion of the clip which is obviously animated). Keep Reading
It was merely a decade ago when humans had to adjust a pair of rabbit ear antennas to retrieve content through their TV set. But here we are in 2011, where phones talk to us instead of us talking to them and where politicians don’t get caught cheating in office, but on twitter. Times are clearly changing, and inherent within all of this is how content is delivered to us, particularly on our television set.
For those of you perusing the market, gawking at the endless choices of how to get all of your reality TV shows, Blu-Ray, video games, and movies on one device, there might be a lot of confusion. Undoubtedly there Keep Reading
We suppose it was only a matter of time, really…but here it is, courtesy of Elder Scrolls enthusiast Dan Bull, who took the main themes of everyone’s favorite dragon-slaying RPG and made it into a pretty cool rap.
With a British accent that could rival Michael Caine’s, Bull highlights all the things that make Skyrim such a beloved part of the series (though the graphics and cinema sequences could be reason enough):
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It must officially be Batman week. With all the hype we’ve been giving the Caped Crusader lately, I think the least Nolan could do would be to hire us as advisors for all things Dark Knight-related. Or maybe send a a little cash?
The video below follows in the leniage of some great Batman online videos, starting with the origin of Batman’s death metal croon. According to College Humor, he had to go through quite a few alterations.
Everyone knows that Michael Bay’s bread and butter is his action sequences…and if there are cars involved, they will be flying down the road at some point, usually hurled towards a protagonist we’re indifferent towards.
So we’re happy to say that this is just Michael Bay doing what he does best, and man Keep Reading