Post a video, entertain me!

Brie Larson has been doing weekly YouTube videos for a week now, on a variety of subjects, and they're really fascinating. This week, though, she does what I love to watch artists do: she talks about her craft. Specifically, auditions. Check it out.

The Lindsay Ellis released a video:
Into The Omegaverse: How a Fanfic Trope Landed in Federal Court.

I had no idea this existed and i kind of wish I didn't.

I don't think you should lightly watch is because there is a long list of content warnings at the start ranging from rape to violence. But the legal fight is interesting.


Okay, um, I'm trying really hard not to kink shame, because, you know, you do you, Omegaversers, but


Scott Adkins has been doing some exceptional work in his Art of Action series during quarantine - between Tony Jaa, Michael Jai White, Gareth Evans and Chad Stahelski, it's basically an action movie master class. But the Cynthia Rothrock one is what made go a) Hong Kong movies were utterly insane b) I need to see all of your work right now.

Technology is awesome.

The fact they did that with the source images being stills completely blows my mind.

"Your computer scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn't stop to think if they should!"

BadKen wrote:
Nimcosi wrote:

This is her call out to Dave Grohl a couple weeks ago:

The best part is when she gets so into it she starts growling during the final chorus.

Her response video from a few days ago.

And the video I came here to post before getting distracted.

Happy little... Shazbot! That's AMAZING!

A video of Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray pitching Ghostbusters that was shown as an industry conference of independent theater owners.

It includes a snippet of the original Hughes/Thrall theme song that just broke my brain because it's not freakin' Ray Parker Jr asking me who I'm gonna call.

HBO Max put the first episode of Raised by Wolves (which I am LOVING so far) on YouTube for free:

Check it out! It does have a bit of lead in to the next episode, but it makes a decent standalone story.

A lot of this guy's videos crack me up, and this one is no exception. The cool thing about this particular one is that it is historically informative at the same time.

High quality random clips.

I don't usually watch game channel youtube vids but after that link above I watched this one and it was incredible.

Yeah that guy, Brian David Gilbert is quite entertaining. Also a decent writer.

but does his suit jack him off?

Someone dropped the Blade Runner 2049 soundtrack over video how San Francisco looks with the fires.

OG_slinger wrote:

Someone dropped the Blade Runner 2049 soundtrack over video how San Francisco looks with the fires.

I am pretty sure that the wind was playing that music all day yesterday. It was spooky.

Isn't the Onion movie reviewer actually trapped in an other dimensional hell?

I grew up not too far from there, and have been in SFO many times. That must be creepy as f*ck to be living through.

(spoiler: it's not normally orange.)

Joe Wells on having a non-autistic brother:

Gollum - The Scatman - Adventures in Ai Lip Sync

Just confirms that Mr. Grohl is one of the nicest and most talented people in the Rock N' Roll Universe.


I love that his daughters did backup vocals.