Hello all, it's Friday, which means another batch of great videos to start your weekend. The movie supercuts came coming this week, and we were ready. And tons of other stuff involving movies mark this week's Fun Video Friday, but you know that's not all. There's tons of music, comedy, and learning videos to top off your video overload, because we believe in balance here at ReelSEO. So let's get to it.
Fun Video Friday for August 23, 2013
HISHE tells us how Pacific Rim should have ended:
Screen Junkies' Honest Trailers did Star Trek Into Darkness this week, with special guest...HISHE:
Mike Relm remixes Edgar Wright's Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and (coming out today in the US) The World's End into one satisfying "Cornetto Megamix:"
Buzzfeed wonders about all those questions left unanswered by Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory:
Here's a supercut of Robert De Niro losing it in loooooots of movies (obviously there's bad language):
Here's a supercut of people using a lot of drugs in the movies. A loooot of drugs (obviously, there's some drug use and bad language):
J.J. Abrams got the internet going with a trailer for a movie/TV show that no one knows for sure what it's for. The video is called "Stranger:"
FreddieW does the sell-out thing and creates a unique Freddie commercial for the new fiery Doritos Locos Taco:
Devin Supertramp shows us a terrifying (fun?)...well I know it's fun to watch other people in the Human Bungee Slingshot:
"Epic Welcome Speech" is the correct title for this Freshman Convocation at Georgia Tech:
Astronauts have a tough time with that gravity thing when they get back to Earth:
So this female empowerment video came out where girl geeks told the dudes how it is, and of course, the YouTube comment section was filled with nonsense. Here's that nonsense, given a voice in "YouTube Reacts to 'Nothing to Prove:'"
You'll swear this is a funny stop-motion video involving a beard...but maybe it's a "Magic Beard:"
ZeFrank talks about the intricacies of fitting in, through cardboard:
HooplaHa tells us "Things Cats Teach Us:"
Vsauce2 gives us six foreign foods that were actually made in the USA:
20 years ago on September 13, the Nirvana album "In Utero" came out. Seriously? Here's the director's cut of "Heart-Shaped Box," which has disturbing lyrics and imagery:
Kurt Hugo Schneider and Sam Tsui do a mashup of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" and Bruno Mars' "Treasure:"
Check out this amazing drumming, from an unlikely source named Dean Zimmer:
Mike Tompkins does a cover of Zedd's "Clarity," creating all the instruments with his voice:
Pentatonix continues the a capella train moving with a cover of Macklemore's "Can't Hold Us:"
Mary Doodles draws a famous YouTuber...and it's appropriately frightening:
Jim Meskimen is asked what his favorite impression is all the time...so why not do nearly all of them in answering the question:
In the "Sure, why not?" category, we see a burning nickel ball placed into a bowl of peanut butter:
Music created from all the fun communications technology in the past century:
Not exactly "fun," as there's an environmental disaster going on in Bayou Corne, Louisiana with a salt mine collapse. But watch these tall trees get sucked into a sinkhole:
Also not exactly "fun," but well-reasoned, is John Green's discussion about why health care in the US is so high:
A fascinating look into the "Big Bang Theory" and why it's a poor name, from Minute Physics:
CGP Grey talks more about Subbable....but it's an entertaining and informative look into a possible new revenue stream for creators and how it's treated him so far:
Vsauce asks, "Why Do We Get Bored?"
Veritasium rounds us out with some "ruling YouTube" type of content: he asks a question, and you have three possible scenarios which you can click on for the answer. And then, because he doesn't know why the answer is the way it is, he asks for video responses to explain it so that he can give the answer next week. Awesome:
As always, have a terrific Friday.