Oh, the nostalgia! Spyro is awesome.
Animated videos and cartoons
You’ve probably heard of Pepe the Frog by now, but do you know who Pepe actually is?
Contrary to popular belief, Pepe the Frog isn’t Donald Trump’s presidential running mate. Nor is he the next incarnation of Hitler.
Pepe the Frog is just a cartoon frog.
I love this movie so much. This has to be the movie that I have watched more times than any other.
Most of us only ever know how a handful of the population live on a day-to-day basis. Ourselves, our significant others, our family, and our friends.
But what about the rest of the population? This video shows a day in the life of America, with 1,000 Americans movements over the course of 24 hours tracked by the minute.
Nintendo and The Pokemon Company keep teasing us all with new characters and features being included in Pokemon Sun and Moon.
The latest video reveals a host of new monsters and human characters (boring!), but also the way time works in the game and a new photography mode that should please fans of Pokemon Snap.
Anyone who has been single for an extended period of time knows just how hard it is, not only to meet someone you fancy, but then to actually get together with them.
Body language can play an important role in making that happen, and the more you understand about body language, the more chance you have of dating someone you fancy.
I almost don’t even care about the original videos because Charlie Grubel’s (the animator’s) animations are so freaking adorable.
South Park is more than 20 years old now, with its creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone having made two animated shorts in 1992 and 1995. In 1997, South Park became a full series, and we have been treated to 19 seasons since then.
Later this month, on September 14, 2016, Season 20 will begin its run on Comedy Central. This video is designed to whet your appetite!
“I’ve explored vast planetary systems, interacted with countless alien races, all from the comfort of my living room.
“The mediocre animated comedy The Secret Lives of Pets is based on an original idea by Chris Meledandri, the head of Illumination Entertainment, the studio responsible for the Despicable Me movies and their popular spinoff Minions.