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Category Archives: Funny
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Vocal chameleon Anthony Vincent, also known as Ten Second Songs, takes the Michael Jackson classic around the block in this hit YouTube video posted just in time for Halloween.
Musician Andrew Huang (no relation to previously featured filmmaker Andrew Thomas Huang) breaks down his version of the 1980s classic by German pop band Nena with split screens in a clever video promo for his tour of Germany and the U.K.
This short about a lonely traveler and a magic laptop warns: be careful what you wish for — especially if it involves roping in other people against their will. It's directed by Spencer Susser, edited by Susser and Daniel Cloud …
Nothing too serious going on right here, as martial-arts master Ken Poe (Matt Page) of web series Enter the Dojo demonstrates 100 ways to go for the cheap shot. The YouTube comedy series is produced in Albuquerque, New Mexico, by RiffRaff …
Watch Mick Jagger gripe about "wrinkly old men trying to relive their youth and make a load of money" in this promo for the British comedy troupe's stand at London's O2 arena, which kicked off July 1.
If you know The Empire Strikes Back like the back of your hand, you'll immediately recognize the effort that went into this lo-fi shot-by-shot remake, right down to the a cappella version of the John Williams score.
What do you do when you're stuck at the Las Vegas Airport overnight? Shoot a music video on your iPhone. That's what.
Working with advertiser Friskies, BuzzFeed created this ode to kittenhood, narrated by the publisher's executive VP of video, Ze Frank. It's told from the point of view of an older cat delivering teaching moments to a younger cat that, he …
Ever watch one of those scenes on Star Trek where everyone on the U.S.S. Enterprise falls out of their chairs, pretending the starship is lurching while someone shakes the camera, and wonder how silly it must have looked like on …
Bicoastal production and post-production company Humble made this tightly constructed, split-screened short for Sundance Channel last year, and now it's set to screen at the 3rd New York International Short Film Festival later this month. It's written by Humble's Sorrel …