The short film Play Dead combines cute dogs and the zombie apocalypse. It's quite possible the internet will explode.
Not Safe For Work -- language and graphic gore.
Presenting Lemme Eat That Off Yo Abs, the soon-to-be club hit with a freaky appetite.
Science honors the Deep South when two Tesla coils play Sweet Home Alabama.
You just can't make this stuff up anymore.
We'll miss you, Neil.
Who better to teach child abduction safety than Blueberry, the time-freezing ghost clown?
Those kids are "berry safe" indeed.
Everyone loves making city time-lapse videos, especially as documentary filler footage -- but NightFall, covering L.A. over a series of days and nights, stands ahead of the pack.
It actually makes the smoggy hellhole look beautiful.
Nelly Furtado has ditched being like a bird in favor of Gangnam Style.
Who's next? This sort of thing has a pretty limited shelf life -- begin the countdown to Gangnam overload.
Sometimes we all need to let off a little steam. If you're a movie character, you might have to do it a lot.
This supercut collects some of the greatest temper tantrums in cinema history, and we like them when they're angry.
Floating LEDs created "pixel rain" at a Black Keyes concert. Because actual rain isn't good enough, apparently.
For kids, it's merely fun and games -- as an adult it's called OCD. Regardless, we know all of you still do these things.
To say RENT is a bit dated would be an understatement. However, around the time of the off-Broadway revival a year ago, Rachel Bloom of "F--- Me, Ray Bradbury" fame, offered her own method of freshening things up.
Lights Out: This psychedelic new video from Animal Collective kinda looks like what would happen if David Cronenberg directed Cirque du Soleil.
This goes out to all the haters in the world. Featuring Dave Chappelle.
The trippiest scenes in movie history.
Not Safe For Work -- language, drug use, and WTFs all around.
Don't let the bedbugs bite -- unless you're a crazy bedbug expert and need to feed hundreds of them with the flesh on your own arm.
Not for the faint of heart.
Remix artist Pogo goes in front of the camera for his new Wizard of Oz-sampled tune.
It's a little unsettling, but that pipe sure is classy.