Producer Felipe Haurelhuk and editor Fabrício Carvalho teamed up with Darth Blender to create an animated version of the latest Avengers: Infinity War trailer. They used clips featured in 1990s television shows like Spider-Man The Animated Series, The Incredible Hulk, and The Avengers – United They Stand.
Filmmaker Jacob T. Swinney has created an uplifting montage of people and creatures dancing in films from 2017. He featured scenes from movies like Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, IT, and Baby Driver.
Musician Cooper Carter did an incredible job of playing all 28 parts of composer John Williams‘ iconic “The Imperial March” theme song from Star Wars on guitar by himself. Here is the original song. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
To celebrate Star Wars: The Last Jedi blasting into theaters this week, The Warp Zone unleashed a force-filled parody where they add hilarious lyrics to the “Cantina Band” song in Star Wars: A New Hope.
During the Cold War, the Central Intelligence Agency embarked on a series of mind control experiments under the codename Project MKULTRA. Not all the subjects were aware they were participating. One such subject, CIA employee Frank Olson, jumped to his death, seemingly while under the influence of LSD, but questions remain through current times. The…
Upon hearing a very festive but noisy fireworks show taking place outside, an unusually anxious Simon’s Cat desperately attempted to find a safe place where could hide and completely opt out. The nervous feline tried everywhere, even inside the cat tree, where the kitten was sleeping, but nothing happened except making the kitten nervous. It…
Great Big Story traveled to to Thailand to marvel at the incredible and unique Wat Samphran – a bright pink Buddhist Temple that stands at an impressive 80 meters (263 feet) high and features a 17 story green dragon wrapped around the exterior of the building with its noble head proudly raised above the roof….
In a holiday-themed episode of their incredibly informative whiteboard series for Mental Floss, linguist Arika Okrent and illustrator Sean O’Neill explain the meaning of the old English lyrics of several classic Christmas carols and point out proper grammar intended in each. While you’re caroling this season, here’s a few grammar points to watch out for.