Created by the zombie apocalypse survival experts at lawncare service provider LawnLove (wait, what?), this is a US map detailing what they believe to be the best and worst cities in the US for surviving a zombie apocalypse. Zombies: they don’t f*** with Texas. Also a lot of the best
This is a video from Insider featuring former Lucchese crime family soldier John Pennisi rating ten different scenes from The Sopranos for realism as far as mafia life is involved. Pennisi is currently in witness protection after cooperating with the FBI and testifying against the family. I’m pretty sure that
Back with another size comparison visualization, this is a video from MetaBallStudios (previously) comparing the sizes of numerous weapons from pop culture, from tiny rings and handguns to massive space station sized superweapons. Obviously, comparing a rifle directly to the Death Star would be like comparing apples to an orchard,
This is a video of Kōka-ryū ninjutsu master Jinichi Kawakami watching and reviewing eight different ninja related clips from movies and television and rating them on a scale from 1 – 10 for realism. The movies include Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Last Samurai, Batman Begins, and Mortal Kombat, as
Because nothing brings a family together like answering questions about their sex lives in front of each other (Thanksgiving, am I right?), this is a clip from Family Feud in which contestants were asked to name the sport that most resembles their lovemaking style. Everyone struggles with an answer, presumably
This is a 3D visualization created by Data World Studio featuring all the Pixar characters in order of height, from smallest to tallest. The video begins with the diminutive (0.11 inch) Flik from A Bug’s Life and ends with the 50-foot Earth Giant from Frozen II, with all the other
This is a video from RED SIDE visualizing and comparing the speeds of various aircraft, beginning with incredibly slow planes like the Wright Flyer (30MPH) and ending with modern jets like the SR-71 Blackbird (2,500MPH). And to think the Wright Flyer first took to the sky only 120 years ago.
This is a video created by Eightminutesupsidedown, who identified all the samples used on the Beastie Boys 1994 banger of an album Ill Communication, and plays them in their original form, followed by the Beastie Boys’ usage on the album. It was a fun listen. Man, 1994 — that was