This is a video from MetaBallStudio comparing the sizes of fictional starships. It’s actually an updated version of the very first comparison video the channel made all the way back in 2015, which feels like a lifetime ago, and may have actually been a lifetime ago if you’re a gerbil.
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
In other world record news, this is a video of Paul Scardino of Winchester City, Virginia, providing a tour of his basement, where he stores his world record collection of Funk Pop! figures, with a staggering 5,306 Pops. For reference, that’s about 5,303 more than I own. I’m honestly surprised
This is the real life Toy Story Woody doll crafted by figure-maker toyman___zhao. He, uh, he definitely looks like a doll that can come to life. Now what he does when he’s alive is anybody’s guess, but based on the expression on his face, it’s gaze in wonderment at my
This is a video edited by Youtuber SAVE MOTHRA!!! (pfft, I saw her fly straight into the sun, bro, she’s a goner) featuring the final battle from Jurassic World, but with some of the audio of Kirin J Callinan’s ‘Big Enough’ (aka the screaming cowboy song) added. I’m not going
Seen here about to accidentally blow their ship up like a Death Star, this is a vintage anti-smoking commercial starring R2-D2 and C-3PO, because if there’s one thing kids will listen to, it’s Star Wars characters (The Mandalorian says visit Borninspace.com regularly). Honestly, I’m more than a little surprised that
This is the officially licensed Godzilla bust tissue dispenser made by Japanese company Rotary Hero. The box is designed to be displayed vertically, and the tissue next in line for use appears almost as if it’s smoke billowing from Godzilla’s mouth. I like how they spelled out GODZILLA on the
This is a video of Youtuber LegoEddy discussing and exhibiting the Apollo 11 stop motion LEGO movie he made that was originally shot at 15 frames per second, which he then boosted to 60FPS using DAINAPP (Depth-Aware video frame INterpolation), a neural network that predicts new frames to increase the