Word on the street is that Columbia Pictures and Happy Madison are planning a 3D version of this amazing sci-fi, 8-bit short by Patrick Jean.
A rogue group of Camry-driving, cardboard assault weapon-wielding soldiers show you how special effects are done.
Claymation at its bloodiest best. Zombie Play-Doh hordes are no match for the Chainsaw Maid.
Weird blobs explaining why we should end marijuana prohibition. Looks like someone was smoking while they made this video.
The 19-69 brand was birthed in an effort to bottle counterculture movements from the past. Over the course of two years, the brand went through an exhaustive creative process with artisans in Scandinavia, France, and Italy before launching their fragrances in Paris. Each scent is inspired by an era, culture, or setting and the music and trends that help shape them and brought to life in the names, packaging, and the fragrances themselves.
Inspired by New York City's bike commuters and their edgy, monochromatic style, Thousand's Stealth Black Helmet takes the classic design of their Heritage Collection to the next level. The helmet boasts an all-black shell, trim, logo, and rivets that are paired with utilitarian nylon straps, seven air vents, three cooling channels, and their signature poplock to secure it to your bike once you've reached your destination.
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The best of the original Looney Tunes captured in 3D, and coming to Cartoon Network soon. You can catch this short in theaters if you are willing to watch Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore. We're not willing.