This is a video of Eintracht Frankfurt midfielder Ajdin Hrustic taking a shot on goal and getting tripped in the process, the ball returning to him while he’s on the ground, where he manages to chip it over the goaltender’s head without getting up. Talk about athleticism! For reference, I
Dream it, and you can achieve it. Case in point, Chinese street performer Lan Guangping, who in this video jumps on four raw eggs without them breaking. Well, he breaks one the first time he tries, but the second time he succeeds, although he breaks an egg on the dismount.
Because the Lord works in mysterious ways, this is a video of guitarist André Atunes (sweet last name for a musician) turning televangelist Kenneth Copeland’s very spirited execution of judgement on COVID-19 and its banishment from the US into a surprisingly good heavy metal song. You may recall that Copeland,
From musician Jeremy Messersmith’s Mixtape For The Milky Way, this is the music video for ‘Video Games’, a song about growing up playing video games, and still playing video games, and what they meant to him then, and mean now. The music video created by Eric Power is fantastic, featuring
In proof you’re never too old to Smash Bros, this is a video of very talented pianist and Youtuber BearKeys performing a medley of video game themes on an old Roland Juniper-6 synthesizer from the early 80’s, which produces an absolutely wonderful sound for this use. And if you like
Because some people are talented and good at what they do, this is a Cowboy Bebop inspired intro for The Mandalorian made from scratch by French animator Malec and his team. The result, well, the result is really out of this world. Get it? “Because you’re an idiot.” Certainly not
Excited about the upcoming live-action Cowboy Bebop remake by Netflix, fan Denver Jackson went and made a live-action remake of the title sequence himself. He did a great job. Honestly, I had almost forgotten Netflix was still working on this project. I suppose I have something to look forward to
This is a video of guitarist yourauntstripe (I have an aunt Dottie!) performing 71 Nirvana riffs in five minutes. In his own words while I play Nevermind at full blast because I’ll fight anybody in this shared office space: A small tribute to my favourite band growing up. Nirvana is