Director and longtime Star Wars fan Kevin Smith colorfully rated the abilities of every Jedi and Sith from the movies.
Incredibly talented percussionist Steve Smith broke down his incredible drumming for the Journey song "Separate Ways".
Adrian Smith of Ant Lab captured the fascinating mechanics of various tropical butterflies in flight using footage shot at 1300 fps.
Musician Desmond Doom applied the distinctive defiant style of The Smiths to the somber Radiohead song "No Surprises".
Adrian Smith of Ant Lab captured detailed portraits of various mantises, moths, hoppers, flies, and other insects taking flight at 6,000 FPS.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Nick Smith (@nickdotsmith) Comedian Nick Smith quite amusingly imagined what his conversations are going to be…
Johnny Marr performed an incredible version of The Smiths' song "How Soon Is Now" at The Crazy Face Factory in Manchester, England.
In the 1948 short film "Bowling Tricks", bowling expert Andy Varipapa showcased his elaborate alley tricks to clever narration.
A Bardcore Cover of The Smiths Song ‘There Is A Light That Never Goes Out’ Played on Medieval Instruments
Constantine Bard performed a melodic cover of "There Is A Light That Never Goes Out" by The Smiths on traditional medieval instruments.
Manchester musician Nathan Shepherd performed the popular Drake song "Hotline Bling" in the distinctive style of Talking Heads.