This is a video of all the celebrity window cameos from the original Batman series (1966 – 1968) as Batman and Robin “climb” the exterior of buildings. There are fifteen in total, and they are, in order: 1. Jerry Lewis 2. George Cisar (from the 1966 film) 3. Dick Clark
This is a vintage clip from the Stupid Human Tricks segment of Late Night With David Letterman circa 1994 of a woman that looks like a cross between Alyssa Milano and my friend Bevin who can spit her gum out and catch it back in her mouth like Kirby. How
Because it’s nice to listen to people who actually know what they’re talking about for a change (I’m looking at you, Facebook), this is a video from Insider featuring medical toxicologist Dr. Cyrus Rangan rating nine poisoning scenes from movies and shows for realism. Shows and movies include The Princess
This is a 1985 commercial for the all new size Chevy Astro Van, back when minivans were still megafun and not just sad boxes to tote your screaming tykes around in. They really need to start making commercials like this again, because I’d buy whatever they’re selling. The 30-second ad
These are a couple videos from Youtuber Wizardhead, who used AI to transform clips from Teletubbies and You Can’t Do That On Television (of people getting slimed, including Alanis Morissette) into HP Lovecraftian nightmares. As far as videos to watch to get you and your significant other in the mood,
Seen here in his finest Mr. Rogers wardrobe, this is a video of Pittsburg animator and recent Jeopardy contestant Julian Glander singing the alphabet song backwards and in reverse so that when played back in reverse it sounds like he’s singing the regular song. Just not very well, mind you.
This is a video of stop-motion animator/self-proclaimed video wizard Kevin Parry recreating the Netflix intro using about $30 worth of yarn and three days’ time. Admittedly, impressive, although it would have been more impressive if he also managed to make the ‘TA-DUM’ sound effect out of yarn too. But the
This is a video of Danny Elfman performing at Coachella over the weekend, and covering The Simpsons theme he composed all the way back in 1989. That was 33 years ago. Danny looks great for 68 too — very sprightly. I only hope I have as much vim and vigor