Turns out fidget spinners aren’t just for kids and people with the worst thumbnails on their YouTube videos. They’re also perfect for anime.
When the folks at Corridor Digital realized they could warp footage from their new Gear 360 camera into tiny planets, a live-action Mario Galaxy video was the next logical step. Hold on to your stomachs, folks.
A two-wheeler trying to save its car friends, a teddy bear awaiting lifesaving batteries... There's a lot of drama in Corridor Digital's latest short where remote controlled cars are trying to escape a group of aggressive mini drones.
Nintendo has, smartly, mostly ignored Hollywood following 1993's Super Mario Bros. movie. So we don't have a Zelda movie. Many people think, smartly, that this is a good thing, because there's every chance a Hollywood adaptation would be awful.
What might be the best standalone game expansion ever created just got the greatest live-action movie tie-in, even if it is under five minutes long.
The popular Arma mod DayZ lets us struggle to survive in a barren world, where silence is inevitably interrupted by the bizarre and the deadly.
The kids at Corridor Digital certainly know their glitches, because the ones shown in this vid aren't some abstract hiccups that nobody ever faces. They're based, pretty literally in some cases, on the kind of things that bring nightmares into the dreams of small children.
Check out this awesome Minecraft fan film, courtesy the folks at Corridor Digital. The special effects are excellent. Kinda cheesy. But mostly excellent.
Corridor Digital's video "Sentry Sabotage" explores very well known themes of treachery within Team Fortress 2 but it does so with unbelievable execution. I knew how this would end before I finished it the first time and I've already watched it a dozen times more.
Fed up with his shitty flip phone's inability to play a game of Angry Birds, one man turns to the most incendiary of video game cliches, the exploding barrel, to scratch his itch for destruction. This is the game of Angry Barrels.
The stars of some of our favorite YouTube shorts and music videos converge in this spectacular musical tribute to The Legend of Zelda. See CorridorDigital, Freddie Wong, Jimmy Wong, and a host of the internet's finest musicians celebrating all things Zelda.