How many Oreo cookies have to die Oreo cookies plus milk plus way too much free time equals this—but how many Oreaos must die before this man's thirst for tricksy rebounds is sated?
Taken from Uganda's first action film 'Who Killed Captain Alex'—and with these epic special effects, it's already a classic.
May 5th, 2015
If you're a vegan and you were thinking of coming over to the meat side, this is what you've been missing out on.
April 24th, 2015
Prepare for a nerd-boner as Batman and Deadpool face off in this fanmade live action film, which sees Bats coming to the rescue of Catwoman.
Freeline skating is intended to give the user the feeling of skateboarding, snowboarding, surfing, and inline skates all in one.
Forget those wimpy go kart laps street kart races are the real thing, with the karts hitting speeds of up to 150mph.
What a hero! A good samaritan motorcyclist helps some young guys get their dog back, by chasing it down on a busy road.
It’s a pretty bold move to ride a sex toy in public, but when it’s for charity it seems that these women quite literally jump at the chance.
This is one tough cookie—an iron bar, steel spears and even an electric drill couldn't break through the skin of Zhao Rui, a 24-years-old Shaolin monk badass.
Washington University in St. Louis freshman men's crew team gets attacked by giant Asian Carp during a Friday morning practice at Creve Coeur Lake.
A chemistry teacher does a risky stunt and wows his students by setting fire to the classroom floor.
DIY videos often feature burly, hairy men doing tasks you have no interest in undertaking—but EyeHandy’s How-To videos you might find more appealing.
Actor Jamie Costa does some uncanny impressions of various Robin Williams characters in this incredible video.
What would it be like if buying a burrito was as difficult as buying video games? The world would be a hungry place, that's for sure.
Los Angeles-based comedian and video artist Jo Luijten (aka SquirrelMonkey) imagines what the popular dating app Tinder would have looked like if it was around in the 1980s.
April 14th, 2015
It's mesmerizing about watching 2 trained street fighters going at it, knowing that only one of them will survive – You won't find any of that here!
Filmmaker Devin Graham used a Zorb to reenact a real life version of the famous opening boulder chase scene from Steven Spielberg's classic film Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark.
A GoPro camera falls off a skydiver's helmet and begins a mesmerizing 3000, meter vertigo-inducing descent.