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Animated videos and cartoons
“Frozen melted the hearts of audiences everywhere – and drove them crazy with its catchy songs. Now, relive the smash movie musical in the first animated Honest Trailer EVER!!” – Yt
Short films are often unwatchable piles of pretentious nonsense. But this one, titled Fresh Guacamole, is actually rather good.
It’s also the shortest short film ever to be nominated for an Academy Award. OK, so it didn’t win, but even being recognized in such a way is an impressive boast.
It turns out a lot of people, especially men, have a fascination with drawing penises. No one knows quite why, but I’d hazard a guess they were harboring feelings they’re frightened to explore fully.
Regardless of the reasons, this guy has turned the drawing of phallic objects into an art form.
There is talk of making Space Jam 2, a sequel to the original Space Jam from 1996. This despite the fact no one is demanding a sequel, because the original Space Jam wasn’t exactly a classic.
To remind ourselves of how much of a non-classic Space Jam was, this is the official trailer for the film. Enjoy. Or not.
Move over, Flappy Bird, there’s a new indie gaming phenomenon in town. Yes, Goat Simulator is coming. Be afraid, be very afraid.
The 2014 Winter Olympics is currently underway in Sochi, Russia. And despite some concerns over security and human rights, it seems to be going rather well (at the time of writing).
Anyone watching the Olympics will have noticed how the competitors look very different than their counterparts from 30 years, 50 years, and 80 years ago. But why?
“The Elder Scrolls Online is the most anticipated and largest scale MMORPG since Star Wars: The Old Republic was released in 2011.
The Internet loves cats. No, it really loves cats. Dogs, it’s not that bothered by, but cats, they’re beloved online. And with good reason.
Unfortunately, most people who own cats don’t own cats with a grumpy face, a weird meow, or a bizarre two-legged walk. We own normal, everyday cats.
Mario’s power-ups are capable of changing the odds in favor of the Nintendo mascot. Unfortunately, other video game characters are envious of this, and three well-known protagonists decide they want these power-ups for themselves.