It seems like the best, craziest, and most entertaining commercials come from Japan. I think America needs more commercials like this! JPCMHD has released a video showing us over 13 minutes of ridiculously fun commercials that they feel are the best of 2016.
The time has come! (☆^ー^☆) Let’s have a look back at all those great Japanese commercials that 2016 gave us (∩_∩) The selection process was tough again with more than 2200 commercials to choose from so, as I always say, sorry if your favorite commercial was not included!
With all the good quality ads in 2016, the compilation ended up being longer than expected but make sure you watch till the end because it is well worth your time ( ＾◡＾)
And that’s it. Hope you guys like it, share it and love it （‐＾▽＾‐） Oh and thanks again for joining me in this adventure that I started back in 2011. It’s been a pleasure so far and let’s hope for an even better 2017!
With as long as Star Warshas been around, you might think you've already seen everything that needs to be seen. That might not be the case, though, because Screen Rant released a fun video that points out ten bloopers from the films that you may have missed. There were a few in this video that I had never seen before, so it might be worth checking out. There a are also few things in here that include behind-the-scenes footage that I had never seen before.
For a movie that almost didn't get made in the first place, Star Wars has done pretty well for itself. Throngs of creative-types credit the franchise as having a huge influence on them. And as a result has impacted the world in a way that almost no other series has. But after seeing these bloopers, we know that the key to success is not taking yourself too seriously. And hey, if you like what we’re about to show you, or we missed one of your favorites, let us know in the comments, would ya? Here are Screen Rant’s 10 Amazing Star Wars Bloopers.
Edward Scissorhands meets Beetlejuice meets Batman meets Jack Skellington in this crazy cool character mashup of Tim Burton movie characters. The piece was created by artist Hector Lopez, and he calls it BeetleJack-ScissorMan. I love how all of these characters just come together to construct this insane beast. It looks like something the Power Rangers' Mega Zord should be fighting!
Artist Fred Rambaud has created this awesome character design that mashes together Rocket Raccoon from Guardians of the Galaxy and Solid Snake from Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Oh! And just as a little bonus, the weapon that he's holding is a Blunderbuss from the sci-fi film Looper. I love it when artists just go crazy with their fan art!
After watching this video it seems like Shia LaBeouf would have made a better Lex Luthor than Jesse Eisenberg. The video features Labeouf hilariously tormenting Superman. it was created by Adeel of Steel and features scenes from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice with the inclusion of LaBeouf from that motivation green screen video he previously made. I know we've seen that footage a ridiculous number of times, but seeing it used in this way has its fun moments.
Conceptual artist Guillem H. Pongiluppi has created an epic fan art series for Star Wars and Aliens. The illustrations feature Darth Vader and his Stormtroopers battling a horde of xenomorphs. There's even one of Vader coming face to face with the Alien Queen. This is some impressively badass art, and you can see more of the artist's work here.
Below you'll find some Stranger Things test footage of the animatronic head of the Demogorgon creature. As you'll see, it's awesomely terrifying. I love that they used some animatronics to bring this nightmarish monster to life in the series. It is also such a cool creature design! I also included some behind-the-scenes photos featuring the sculpt of the head and full costume tests.
We wrote about The Nerdwriter's latest video essay covering "passable" movies a little while back, but I just noticed we skipped writing about a different video essay he created. In this one, he looked at the groundbreaking anime film Akira from 1988. We've written extensively about that film here on the site over the years (here are 10 fun facts, for instance), but I don't think we've ever delved into the way the movie uses light. That's the entire focus of this video, and watching it might give you a better appreciation for the film: