Anyone who’s used the internet in the past decade or so knows Christopher Walken can dance rings around pretty much anything, if only because they’ve seen this gem of a video: Less virally shared, though, is this stunning scene from 1981’s Pennies From Heaven, where Walken’s character, with some help …
…or, perhaps, the year. Even if it’s evidently been online for more than a decade. Somehow, though, this did not cross my path until this past week. A Japanese orchestra playing German music with a boogie woogie beat on Russian instruments (embedded in Russian nesting dolls, no less)? I have …
If we’re going to be finicky about it, these are videos of the past month or so. And that month is about when I encountered them, rather than when they first appeared. They have nothing obvious in common with each other. But they’re all clips that stuck with me long …
Two examples of two great tastes (or maybe one great taste and one mediocre taste) that taste great together. Both the television shows in question would be improved dramatically if they worked more like they do in these clips.
This week, three great tastes that taste great together.
Yes, it’s 11 minutes long. You’ve got 11 minutes to spare for this. Really. You do. Trust me. Watch it all. Then watch it again. Of course, the question you want to ask now is, “WTF?” Or, perhaps, “WTFF?” Well, here’s the answer.
None of these are new. But since VOTW-day falls on Halloween this week, I thought these remixed trailers would be appropriately spooky fare. Enjoy!
The US Supreme Court goes to the dogs … and I am eager to see just what sort of use the interwebs actually make of the free resources provided here.
This week’s video is technically about YouTube trolls, rather than Gamergate. Since it’s from 2012, it precedes Gamergate by a while anyway. And yet it feels just as fresh and relevant (and, sadly, necessary) today as it did two years ago.
The opening of Star Wars meets the end of 2001: A Space Odyssey … but with a train instead of spaceships.