The world is weird. We advise you to take twenty nine seconds to unplug and enjoy the dissonant bliss of these men screaming.
A lot of people know this by now, but the guy we celebrate every year on the second Monday of October really, really sucked.
There's a reason why real episodes of "Rick and Morty" stick to the script or only lift the best improvised jokes — not that this isn't funny in its own way.
Zane's an explorer who roams the universe in his giant, bipedal "PROBOID." He's got access to an emergency chat line. Unfortunately, so do some other folks.
This has us wishing summer will never end.
In the spring of 1986, a semi-struggling songwriter named Mark Mueller pressed “record” on his rudimentary reel-to-reel tape recorder, sat down at his Roland Juno 1 synthesizer, and started thinking about ducks.
Seeing how much work goes into creating the perfect shot in post really blows us away.
Saying the anime "Ghost In The Shell" has more soul than the 2017 live action film isn't exactly groundbreaking criticism. But it's almost cathartic how nicely this Nerdwriter video essay disassembles the differences between the two.
And what's the best way to fight but with viral videos and famous YouTubers?
"A closeted boy runs the risk of being outed by his own heart after it pops out of his chest to chase down the boy of his dreams."
The '30s were a particularly tumultuous decade in world history, filled with great conflict and progress.
Craig Bartlett needs you to know that pigeon man is doing just fine.
It's okay that Canadian Softball is making fun of emo music/kids to promote its new album, because it feels like they're doing so with love.
Anyone who tells you one half of the brain is logical and the other is creative needs to get his or her brain checked, because science says that's a total myth.
The story is a little corny and the physics seem a bit strange, but the characters are lovable, and the whole thing definitely has that Pixar montage feel, which means we're big fans.
A well-executed stop motion short is a thing of beauty, and we're all for more videos in the vein of PES' zany food preparation stop motions.
The one-hour TV film "Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling" is projected to premiere sometime next year.
Even though most fans agree that "The Simpsons" jumped the shark a long time ago, there's still a lot of debate over when that downfall began. One fan decided to watch each episode and graph his enjoyment for our collective benefit.
"You have the well-mannered, tech savvy boy living with his extended family... You have the unkempt, prickly girl who seems super interested in the main character but keeps saying bitter, snippy things about how she's totally not."
Coffee, tea, pills, whatever — caffeine is caffeine, and its side effects are many (both positive and negative).
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