Let's just quit the costume competition and give this father the award for Best Costume because my god he kills it with this Alien Power Loader double-trouble costume. The iconic outfit, originally piloted by Sigourney Weaver, is here instead his infant child while the father walks the suit himself. Simply the best.
Okay so maybe he isn't for Romney in the way I implied, but it's still great. And while this video exploded so fast you have probably seen it by now, I wanted something humorous to take away from all the sadness dealing with Hurricane Sandy and her aftermath.
It is appropriately the right time of the year for horror film remakes. While I don't see a huge need for most remakes, horror is one of the more notorious genres when it comes to cannibalizing their own films. So here is Chloe Moretz in the straight-to-the-climax tease for the remake of the 1976 Brian De Palma classic, "Carrie."
Parkour seems so popular, I have often wondered why its videos seem limited to certain parts of the world. This video answered that conundrum and also made me curious what the hell Egyptians use for roofs.
I am not sure what is more strange here: the cut-together-by-someone-else-remix of this guy cutting water bottles with a bunch of different edged weapons, or the actual fact that there are SO MANY videos of this guy cutting water bottles with a bunch of different edged weapons.
Screen Junkies took a chance to get some of the cast of "Seven Psychopaths" to read Honey Boo Child, the results of which are splendid. Watch Christopher Walken, Colin Farrell and Sam Rockwell read classic lines from the train-wreck show.
This cat truly loves to be brushed. So much so that she doesn't even need a human anymore, except as a kind of brush stand. I wish my dog was like this, but with cleaning his ears. Wishful thinking, Dumpers.
We all hate Internet Explorer, even Microsoft employees (I have worked with a few). So when the good folks at World Wide Internet made an "honest" version of the absolutely-everywhere-commercial, it was a requirement that it be posted.
Vihart is a self-proclaimed mathemusician who has entertained the minds of the Internet many times before. With her newest (multi-part) installment, learn about the mystifying, enigma-wrapped shape that is the hexaflexagon. I am definitely tuning in for part 2.