This short animation Death in Space by Thomas Lucas is a collection of two-second scenes that show people dying in space in the most random ways. It’s totally silly, but it’s funny because it pokes fun of the careless curiosity of human nature. Yes, we’re going to jab that creature that might swallow us alive. Sure,…
Few people have given kids and movie watchers and just humans in general more joy than Jean-Claude Van Damme. His crazy fists and wild kicks and fun brand of martial arts just leaves you with a grin on your face. But to his enemies in movies, well, he leaves them dead. How many people has he killed in his movies?
Dialogue is a tricky thing to pull off in a video game. It’s already more difficult to suspend disbelief over a video game character, and once you put words into that character’s mouth, it becomes that much more challenging. Few writers have the know-how to script lines and make them feel authentic. But then again,…
You know what happens in a real earthquake? A pause. And then slight confusion. And then frantically trying to remember what elementary school taught you on where you should go. And then panic because you don’t remember. You know what happens when you film an earthquake disaster movie such as San Andreas? Comedy.
Remember late last year when Spider-Man dropped that Good Morning America correspondent on her head? How about the time the news anchor wondered who this 4chan guy was? Here's 15 minutes of the year's best news bloopers to help ease us laughing into the new year.
Needless to say, some of these are going to be pretty gross. That, and deep into Smash lore.
Cosplay is great. It can be well done, it can be poorly done, it doesn't matter, so long as it brings joy to both the cosplayer and the viewer. Just take a look at this "coser's" amazing cosplay!
Pikachu...are you okay? Where did your face go? Why is your body doing that!?
Okay, look. As much as I love Smash, even I can admit the entire premise of the game is ridiculous. Nevermind all the tensions about how one should "actually" play such a silly (but amazing) game.
Who knew Parisian adventures of sneaky assassinations could be improved with a few choice bugs and hiccups?
X-Men: Days of Future Past is basically Terminator 2 with mutants. Screen Junkies explains the plot similarities: "An indestructible bad ass gets sent back into time without his clothes to protect a vulnerable young man with long hair who will one day become a leader and stop a shape shifter from destroying the…
Destiny's D-pad-mapped gestures are fun for expressing yourself to strangers in the Tower, or after a successful strike. But they're a lot more useful when used in even more creative ways.
It's always fun to realize that all your favorite childhood characters are completely disgusting creatures. Like Sonic the Hedgehog, who in real life can run really, really fast but would also create foam poop with its mouth to rub it on itself for no reason at all. In fact, hedgehogs love all kinds of poop.
"From Notch, Sweden's biggest one-hit wonder since Peter Bjorn and John comes a game like no other — unless you count LEGOs, Lincoln Logs, Mega Bloks, K'nex, Erector sets or playing outside."
From the survival horror streets of Chicago to massively multiplayer Los Angeles, Dorkly has taken a handful of U.S. cities and described them — with uncanny accuracy — in terms of video game genres.
Different game, different developer, same glitch. It just wouldn't be a Battlefield game without stretchy neck man.
Back in the '80s, hardcore gamers loved the sort of simplistic fare that mobile gamers thrive on today. So why can't the hardcore embrace popular mobile games? I'm guessing it's the lack of almost completely unrelated painted cover art.
Those lines from Fallout that gave us goose bumps back then sure sound different with comedian Gilbert Gottfried's voice. That's right, the voice of Iago, the annoying parrot from Aladdin, takes on famous video game lines from Super Mario 64, Final Fantasy VII and a lot more in this Game Informer video.
NBA2k14, or any sports game for that matter, can produce some pretty amazing glitches, which tends to be more funny than irritating as long as they don't break the game. Here's NBA enthusiast Jesser and his friends, performing a lot of these—well, those that don't require warped body parts, on a basketball court.