Halloween is almost upon us and with it comes this little gem from Annette Jung of the Berlin-based animation studio Talking Animals. It’s the opening scene from Thriller, re-created as a Lego stop-motion short.
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The Simpsons’ latest annual Treehouse of Horror aired yesterday and who better to usher it in than director Guillermo del Toro, who was invited to provide his take on the classic intro and “couch gag.”
Hilarious ads for organic food store Biopark, by Slovakian agency JANDL.
Two worlds collide in an interaction twenty years in the making! By Jeremiah McDonald
I’ve been getting a kick out of Travis Pitts’ “6 Rules of Modern Poster Design,” which dryly canonizes the dearth of creativity in recent mainstream film advertising.
Australian illustrator Dr. Faustus is recreating the classic H. P. Lovecraft tale The Call of Cthulhu as a Dr. Seuss-style children’s book.
In a clip from the Tribute to George Carlin at the New York Public Library in March 2010, comedian Louis CK reflects on the influence the late George Carlin had on his career and approach to new material.
Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, Ricky Gervais, and Louis C.K. sit down for a revealing and hilarious chat on this HBO special. The four stand-up legends discuss their approach to their material, how they first got into the business, the merits of on-stage profanity, and how far each is willing to go to push the limits of taste and originality.
The Lonely Island is back with “Jack Sparrow,” their first cut off Turtleneck & Chain. The video features Michael Bolton (who else?)…needless to say, hilarity ensues.
The Oatmeal strikes again with “A meditation on how designers can be just as guilty as clients.”
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