Friday, May 1, 2009
Fire real dodgeballs at real dodgeball players from your very own computer!
During May something very unique is happening in the east end of London and Doritos want everyone to be part of it.
The Doritos Dodgeball Challenge is Doritos way of launching their brand new flavour – Flamin’ Cheeseball. Using specially designed dodgeball cannons they’re pitching real dodgeball players against the nation.
That’s right, via the internet everyone will be able to fire real dodgeballs at real people with pinpoint accuracy. Sweet.
I am suspicious of cats, and this new funny video proves that I am totally right not to trust them. In this vide we see a cat that wants its owner to wake up. And the evil, yet clever and funny cat wakes him up pretty rudely. LOL!
Funny voice over of animals doing stuff. This is pretty funny, because animals can't really talk, you know. You did know that, right? Also, I am under the slight impression that I have posted this before, but can't really remember. Still, this will lighten up your rainy Friday.
Another funny news item from The Onion News Network:
Uganda's Ambassador is threatening to abolish the Committee on Conferences and author the draft calendar of conferences and meetings himself.
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Haha, how crazy is this? Blow virtual cocaine on your iphone, LOL!
This is a demonstration of a simulated Apple iPhone / iTouch Application invented by Directed and Produced by Irish (Belfast-based) Filmmaker / Action Artist Peter 'Magic' Johnston. Animation and a Co-Directing credit goes to Steven Henry.
I'm dreaming of a WHITE Christmas... just like the ones I used to BLOW...
The ultimate in last-minute Christmas (or New Year) gifts for iPhone and iPod Touch users.
Forget the Virtual Pint - it's piss. What YOU need is an unlimited supply of 'Class A' Virtual Narcotics.
Be the envy of the in-crowd. Get ejected from pubs and nightclubs. Shock and amaze your so-called friends. Get oral sex from Z-list celebrities.
Introducing The iSnort - an ultra-edgy simulated iPhone / iPod Touch application.
Go on... give it a toot... it's virtually addictive. I Can't Believe It's Not Cocaine.
This is the music video for Todd Rivers' song 'One Track Lover', as featured in the TV series Garth Marenghi's Darkplace. If anyone remembers the TV show, it was actually a fine quality spoof of mystery TV shows. Oh well, go ahead and google the details.
Re-edited version of arguably the finest sitcom parody song ever made - "One track Lover" from Garth Marenghi's "Darkplace". I always wanted a longer version of the song to play at gigs so have re-edited it for maximum cheese potential.
I was mucking about with the audio and obviously had to make a vid!
By the way for anyone uninitiated with "Darkplace", this is comedian Matt Berry playing Actor Todd Rivers playing Doctor Lucien Sanchez...phew!
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Funny new video from The Onion Morning Show:
On Auto Warriors two Ford plants will battle it out, building to the LIVE season finale event: one plant will close, 3,000 will get the axe!
Monday, April 27, 2009
Funny video from a Japanese (what else?) TV show showing you how to save time in the morning by getting up, having breakfast and get dressed for work in just under 5 minutes. Impressive!
This is rather nice, isn't it? This music video uses a rather unusual way to do the animations, check it out for yourself. And it helps that the tune itself is quite enjoyable.
Using both praxinoscopes and the technique of matching up the frame rate of the spinning record to that of the camera, no computer super-imposing was used; what you see is what rolled off the camera. The transitions between each section of animation was created by simply cutting or wiping between the bits of footage.
All the animations were created, drawn and coloured by the director David Wilson.
Long (well, 6 minutes), but very nice animation from the same company that did the 'Simons Cat' animations but done in a completely different style.
The Technical Hitch is a satirical take on technological failures starring Tikuf, the atomic anomaly. With a stinging narration of rhyming couplets read by acting legend Robert Lindsay, The Technical Hitch reveals the secret menace of modern society; for in Tikuf's world, everything that can go wrong will go wrong!