A Commercial Parody for Airbnb EXPRESS, A Service That Just Lets Users Snoop Around a Stranger’s Apartment

A recent Above Average sketch is a commercial parody for the fictional Airbnb feature Airbnb Express, a simplified version of the popular rental service that just lets users snoop through a stranger’s apartment. The sketch stars Michael Torpey as the CEO of Airbnb, and Jackie Jennings and Dave Ebert as a couple using the new service to go through a stranger’s home.

An Illustrated Timeline Featuring Actor John Hurt and the Evolution of His Iconic Roles in Movies

The Evolution of John Hurt by Jeff Victor

Los Angeles-based artist Jeff Victor has created a fantastic illustrated timeline featuring actor John Hurt and the evolution of his iconic roles in movies. Prints are available to purchase from his online store.

One of the most versatile and talented thespians of his generation, John Hurt has been turning out one amazing performance after another for decades. Probably best known as Kane, the first victim of the Xenomorph in ‘Alien‘, he’s well-known to a whole new generation of younger viewers from his roles in movies like ‘Harry Potter‘, ‘Hellboy‘, and ‘Indiana Jones 4‘. This is my tribute to a brilliant actor. What’s your favorite John Hurt performance?

UPDATE: Got an email this morning from John Hurt’s personal assistant. Apparently he saw the illustration and wants a print. Ok, that just completely made my day! O_O

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Bill Nye the Science Guy Explains the True Purpose of the Universe in a Clip From ‘Inside Amy Schumer’

In a recent clip from the Comedy Central series Inside Amy Schumer, science advocate Bill Nye the Science Guy explains that the true purpose of the Universe is to create meaningful coincidences for white women in their 20s. The sketch features Amy Schumer, Amber Tamblyn, and the women of Broad City as the recipients of the Universe’s “guidance.”

Cleaner Attempting to Scrub a Wall Ends Up Fighing a Series of Demonic Poster People

Corridor Digital has created a new video where a cleaner attempting to scrub a wall ends up fighting off a series of demonic poster people. The video is actually a sequel to a similar video from 2011 with a cleaner taking on demonic graffiti.

The group also made a behind-the-scenes video exploring how it was created.

An Incredible Slow-Motion Video of an Explosive Oil Fire

In a recent video by The Slow Mo Guys (previously), Gavin Free and Dan Gruchy dangerously pour water onto a burning oil fire with explosive results. After the dramatic example of what not to do in the event of an oil fire, Free and Gruchy explain how a damp towel can be used to cover the fire and smother the flames without an explosion.

‘Keep On Loving You’, A Musical Supercut Tribute to ‘Breaking Bad’ That Focuses on Walt & Skyler’s Relationship

Las Vegas-based video editor Robert Jones (previously) has created “Keep On Loving You“, a musical supercut tribute to AMC‘s popular television show Breaking Bad that focuses on Walter (Bryan Cranston) and Skyler White‘s (Anna Gunn) relationship throughout the series. The supercut is appropriately set to REO Speedwagon‘s 1980 power ballad, “Keep on Loving You“.

An Infographic Ranking Marvel’s Deadliest Characters by the Number of People They Have Killed

Marvel Murderers
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The creatives at MorphCostumes have recently made “Marvel Murderers“, an infographic that ranks some of Marvel‘s deadliest characters by the number of people they have killed.

We’ve had furious debates over this in the MorphCostumes office, pitting characters against one another in imaginary fights to the death.

This month, we decided to settle the argument once and for all. We combed our comic archives and ranked the deadliest Marvel characters, based on the number of people they’ve killed. From dangerous and deadly to downright lethal, here are the biggest killers in the main Marvel universe! (read more)

Marvel Murderers

Marvel Murderers

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A Live-Action Special Effects Video of Popular First-Person Shooter Video Games Recreated With LEGO Minifigs

Filmmaker Andrew McMurry of AndrewMFilms (previously) has created a live-action special effects video of popular first-person shooter video games recreated with LEGO minifigs. The video includes LEGO versions of games like Portal, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Bioshock, and Counter-Strike.

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