How much do you know about owls? Not enough, I’d wager. Well, thanks to this short, informative clip from zefrank1, you’ll have a greater knowledge of these silent, majestic birds of prey. Pay attention–you just might learn something!
Hooray for Monday Morning Music! This week, we bring you “Mixtape” by Butch Walker, from his brilliant 2004 album Letters. Everyone who’s ever made one knows the power of a good mixtape–this song is a celebration of that, along with love, loss, and heartbreak. Enjoy!
I hope you’re having a splendid Caturday, gang. This week, Video Worthy and Sian Smith bring you Schrodinger’s Cat, an animated short created by Chavdar Yordanov (Smith did the sound design). This beautiful, hand-drawn film puts a dark, unexpected twist on the classic quantum physics paradox. Enjoy!
Jim Cummings is best known as the voice of Winnie the Pooh (he also voices Darkwing Duck and other cartoon characters). In this clip from CtCon 2013, Cummings and Lauren Landa read a scene from the original Star Wars, with a twist–Winnie the Pooh as Vader. It’s ridiculously brilliant. Enjoy!
Thanks to Nimish Angela Thapar for the source post.
This second installment of Full House Without Michelle takes the absurdist premise of the original a step further.
Though I think the show actually would have been better without the Michelle character, this version, in which Danny Tanner has created an imaginary daughter named “Michelle” to help deal with the death of his pregnant wife, is both bizarrely funny and extremely heartbreaking. Enjoy?
Written and directed by Ricky Whitehead, Ernest Undead is a bizarro, revisionist take on the 1991 Halloween classic, Ernest Scared Stupid. A group of plucky kids must resurrect good ol’ Ernest P. Worrell to help rid their local park of evil “trolls.” This short is dark, but excellent. Enjoy!
Thanks to vivaCHINGADA for the source post.
Who’d have thought that Honey Maid, purveyors of fine graham crackers, would also be the company to make one of the most thoughtful and touching commercials of recent vintage?
There’s no room for hate in this world, gang, just love. Good on ya for spreading that simple message, Honey Maid.
It’s Monday Morning Music time once again! This week, we bring you “Holding On for Life” by Broken Bells. This groovy, catchy, spacy jam can be found on their newest album, After the Disco. The equally spacy video stars Anton Yelchin from the new Star Trek flicks and Kate Mara from House of Cards. Enjoy!
In No Offense, a comedy short from F.C. Rabbath, what starts out as a misunderstanding of sorts between two neighbors escalates. Quickly. But, hey man, no offense. Enjoy!