This is a series of portraits created by artist Jason Beck reimagining Muppets characters as classic horror villains. The portraits include, Monster, drumroll please: Gonzo as Jason Voorhees with Camilla as Mrs. Voorhees, Fozzie as Freddy Krueger, Miss Piggy as Carrie White, Kermit as Norman Bates, Beaker as Michael Myers
This is ‘The Star Catcher,’ an orbit juggling (“orbiting” — aka ball-on-string juggling) routine choreographed and performed by Daniel Rosenfeldt in an old Swedish castle. So, if you were wondering if juggling routines had names now, the answer is yes. Joking aside, his routine really is impressive, and there’s no
Note: Language. This is a short video of an Australian woman scaring her dad by yelling through the louvered window of his workshop and scaring the piss out of him. I mean not literally, although maybe. Can you blame him? This is Australia we’re talking about — not only is
Seen here looking like he’s trying to punish his teeth, this is a worthwhile video of Joseph of Joseph’s Machines demonstrating his latest creation: a series of Rube Goldberg machines designed to construct and feed him a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. The whole thing is so complex it’s hard
This is a video of the Hackensmith building then wearing a propane-powered flaming Ghost Rider helmet. The result is pretty impressive, and certainly a step up from the oily rags wrapped around an existing motorcycle helmet I expected/would have built myself. Also, I can only assume The Hackensmith wasn’t the
This is a drive-by of a Baytown, Texas family’s relatively simple but very effective IT inspired Halloween yard decorations. Man…I wish I had a sewer right in front of my house like this and I would have done the exact same thing. Plus, you know– “Always be crawling down there
This is a video of Youtuber Skramblez riding the Super Mario 64 Peach’s Castle level he constructed with the custom park creator tool in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2. In Skramblez own words: “My most ambitious custom park so far… the iconic Peach’s Castle from Super Mario 64!
This is a video demonstration of the one-way (it only goes down) cat elevator that a woman made for her cat to ride from one of the high rafters in her home back down to the ground. How cool is that? The elevator’s counterweight appears to be a precisely weighed