Because magic is everywhere, these are a couple videos of Japanese Youtuber Hoshizora Camping (turn captions on to follow along) constructing a ring to place around a metal secondary combustion stove that produces fire tornadoes with “woven” flames. How cool is that! Am I going to start a house fire
This is a video of someone’s DIY Halloween decorations, which use a bed sheet, two lights, and a fan in each window to create the illusion that the whole house is ablaze. And while there’s no denying it’s a cool effect, there’s also no denying 911 is going to be
This is an Instagram video from Kieran Knightley, who happened to spot a blaze in an a New York City apartment and, being the responsible citizen that he is, called 911. However after the fire department arrived and investigated they informed Kieran the fire was, in fact, just an 8-foot
Because some people insist on going far above and far beyond what is necessary to celebrate a holiday, this is a video of lighting designer Tom BetGeorge’s 2023 Halloween light display (previously: last year’s show with drones), choreographed to System Of A Down’s ‘Toxicity’. This year Tom has even added
Taking the marching band to its logical next level, this is a video of MasterMilo testing the flamethrowing tuba he built out of a tuba (shocking) and chainsaw motor, which shoot a jet of ignited propane as its wielded. That’s cool. The bell of that tuba after shooting flames? That
Because some people are determined to not take the danger of fireworks seriously *hides bandaged hand behind back* this is a video of a 4th of July mishap in which a garage full of fireworks starts a house fire. That is unfortunate for them. One minute you think you’re going
This is a short video of a woman performing a Sama dance and twirling in a dress with an extended hem made of fire. That is awesome. I don’t really have any details about how the fire dress was actually made, and the intrigue makes it even cooler. Is there
This is a short video demonstration of a pyrotechnic stage rig built by the appropriately named ER Productions for British rock band Bring Me The Horizon. Pfft, go get the horizon yourself, I just got comfortable. The rig has 28 individually controllable nozzles that can shoot flames in pre-programmed sequences.