Oh Wow: The Official 3,187 Piece LEGO Star Wars Mos Eisley Cantina Playset
This is the LEGO Star Wars Mos Eisley Cantina playset dropping October 1st for a cool $350. The 3,187-piece playset includes a hinge-opening Mos Eisley Cantina along with removeable roof, 21 minifigs (seven unique to the set, three with unique molded elements), a V-35 Landspeeder, Dewback, AND MORE. “Like what?”
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Magic!: Big Ramp BMX Tricks With The Bikes Removed From The Video
This is ‘Best Tricks’, a video edited by Fernando Livschitz featuring some Nitro World Games and Nitro Circus big ramp BMX tricks with the bikes completely removed from the video. It was pretty funny to watch. Of course there’s also the very real possibility that there were never any bikes
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Video Of The Most Rubik’s Cubes Solved Underwater With One Breath
This is a video of Chennai, India based Rubik’s Cube trainer Illayaram Sekar aiming to inspire his students by setting a new world record for most Rubik’s Cubes solved underwater with a single breath with a total of six cubes in approximately two minutes and 18 seconds. For reference, the
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Behind The Scenes Look Of The Composition Of Special Effects In John Wick 3
This is some behind-the-scenes footage from the making of John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, showing the composition of various stunts and special effects in the film, including the three-story fall at the end of the movie. Man, technology is nuts. I actually watched all three John Wick movies with
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Medieval Bardcore Cover Of AC/DC’s ‘Thuderstruck’ (With Accordion)
This is a video of Youtuber and magician musician Johan Carlsberg performing a medieval bardcore cover of AC/DC’s ‘Thuderstruck’, with some accordion thrown in for good measure despite the accordion not being invented until the early 1800’s. Dammit *kicking over medieval armor display* this bardcore isn’t even canon! Now, where’s
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A Timelapse Of Grass Growing Over 8 Days, Made From 1,980 Individual Photos
This is another video from Youtuber Soil Cross Sections (previously: the alien movement of a growing pea plant), this time a VERY exciting timelapse of grass growing over the course of 8 days, as constructed from 1,980 individual digital photos. How crazy was that?! “Wow, now where’s the timelapse of
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Video Of Japan’s Giant Gundam Robot Walking, Kneeling
This is a video of Japan’s 59-foot tall Gundam robot during a movement test, successfully kneeling as well as walking a few steps. Apparently the footage has been sped up around 4X though, so he’s not exactly going to win any races. Still, I think we can all agree, this
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Nope: Window Cleaner Casually Films Himself 900 Feet Up On Sloped Glass Roof
This is a short video of a professional high-rise window cleaner (you can tell he’s a professional because he’s alive) filming himself while standing at around 900-feet atop a sloping glass roof section of Philadelphia’s One Liberty Place (you think he works for cheesesteaks?). What a view! What a terrifying,
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