I’ve got a stop-motion animated short film here for you to watch today called Bobby Yeah, and it’s easily one of the strangest and most demented things you will have watched in a while. If watching weird gross stuff makes you feel uncomfortable, you might want to skip this one because it definitely take you on a trip through crazy land.
Bobby Yeah is a subhuman creature who experiences a series of increasingly bizarre, nightmarish encounters after stealing a malevolent baby’s prized pet.
The short comes from Robert Morgan and as deranged as this short is, it was definitely a unique and fascinating film. Check it out if you think you can handle how bonkers it is.
Studio Ronin is the creator of this strikingly dark Star Wars fan art that I was compelled to share with you. The illustrations represent both the original trilogy and The Force Awakens. There’s also a stunning piece featuring Darth Vader walking over the skulls of the dead. If you are a fan of the dark side of the franchise, this art definitely portrays that.
It looks like Honda wants to be cosplayers' vehicle of choice. The car company has released a couple of promo videos that cater to cosplayers and they even star an actual cosplayer named Laura Cee. This is the first time I’ve seen a car company target the cosplaying market and it’s pretty cool to see them realize how big the community is.
The first video points out all the advantages of owning a Honda and how it fits in with Cee’s cosplay hobby. The second video features Cee explaining what cosplay is for people who might not be familiar with it.
Adult Swim has released another “Best Of” video and this one focuses on the awesome Alienfranchise. I forgot about a few of these, so watching this was a great reminder of the hilarious inclusion of Alf into the Alien cinematic universe. The lovable character is such a fun addition to this dark and scary world, which is what makes it so amusing. Enjoy!
Marvel Entertainment has released a five-part video series that breaks down every suit of armor Tony Stark has created in the comic books. The videos are chronologically listed, starting with Tales of Suspense #39 in which Stark builds the Mark I and it all leads up to Tony's Transformative armor that he is currently sporting in the new comic series. Marvel didn’t include any of the suits used in the movies. This is strictly comic book business and it’s pretty awesome to see all the different armors laid out for the fans like this.
Cosplayer Laney Jade is the talent behind this beautifully stunning Aquaman cosplay. The character has never looked so good! This is a very talented cosplayer who also has created costumes for Miss Marvel, Harley Quinn, and Supergirl. If you are a cosplay fan and you like what you see here, you can follow her and her cosplay work here. She does some wonderfully impressive work you won't want to miss out on. The photos you see here were taken by Hero Hotties.
James Wan’s The Conjuring 2 is such a great horror movie. It’s one of my favorite movies of the year and one of my favorite parts of it was The Crooked Man. The creepy character was inspired by the children’s nursery rhyme and it was nightmarishly terrifying.
The character was so unnatural in the way it looked in the film that a lot of people thought it was a CGI creation, but it wasn’t! That was live action and it was played by Mama actor Javier Botet. Wan confirmed the this in the following tweet he previously sent out.
I've seen a few critics refer to a #Conjuring2 character as CGI or stopmotion, but is in fact played by the incredible, & very real, @jbotet
We’ve also got a few pieces of creepy cool concept art of The Crooked Man character that were created by conceptual artist Jared Krichevsky (Krampus). The artist reveals that Wan initially envisioned The Crooked Man "with a large moon face,” which as you can see is kind of horrific.
I have a fun infographic here for you to check out today that breaks down some of the sci-fi transportation technology that has been written about and shown in movies over the past 130 years and how it's have inspired real life transport technology. The infographic lists ten of these fictional vehicles. Unfortunately, street-legal flying cars still don’t exist…yet.
If you love Deadpool and want to take your fandom for the character to the next level, cosplay is the natural next step. Cosplay Apprentice has created three videos about how you can create not only a Deadpool costume, but you can make his swords, back sheaths, and grenades.
Bonus: The costume used in the video was also used in a Deadpool parkour action video with Ronnie Street Stunts.