Strawberry Switchblade playing ‘Dance’ during a BBC David Jensen Session on October 7, 1982.
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The Sisters of Mercy playing live in 1983 on the BBC’s Richard Skinner show. The track is ‘Heartland’ and is probably one of my favourites.
Screaming Masses is back to full effect after a longer than expected hiatus.
David Lynch teases us all with the co-creator eating a donut for Twin Peaks return in 2017, as he reprises his role as regional FBI chief Gordon Cole.
Marvel at this reimagining of Westworld’s title sequence as if it were from the 1980s. From those glowing wireframe graphics to a heavy synth soundtrack, it’s the show we could have had.
One guy takes a break from work to whack out a tune with a coffee stirrer. In this case, it’s the Imperial tune from Star Wars.
Turning Harry Potter into the villain is surprisingly easy.
Cracked tears into car dealerships in the US in ‘If car commercials were honest’.
Some of the most interesting watch movements have been compiled into this video, which puts on show the ingenuity and craftsmanship involved in making beautiful timepieces.
Disney Research and students at ETH Zürich have created this artistic beach bot, which conjures up wonderful images in the sand.
The fastest things in the world all in one handy video from Welpey Studios.
CGI in film and TV is a necessity these days and while some people criticise the mistaken belief CGI is ruining films, this video explains why CGI is great.
Zoologist and photographer Mark Carwardine filmed these beautiful grey whales with a drone as they came to greet tourists in a boat.
Imagine being a Jedi taking on some Stormtroopers. Bill Parker’s crazy video does exactly that, but in first person with a GoPro.
Watch the new trailer for a movie which was made from 1970 to 1981: ROAR tells the story of a man and his family who are threatened by the wild animals they raised.
When dance and motion capture team up, something like this is produced. Featuring the work of digital artists Maria Takeuchi, Frederico Phillips along with performer Shiho Tanaka, this is as·phyx·i·a.
Marquese “Nonstop” Scott pulls some incredible shapes in his new video called “Headshot.” The track is “One-Click Headshot” by Feed Me.
Finnair and Santa have teamed up for this festive Christmas ad for the airline, and from the home of Santa himself – Lapland, Finland.
Michael Mirasol takes a look at Western films and uses a Sergio Leone’s “Once Upon a Time in the West” as the basis for this wonderful video essay.
The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne’s 2002 interview on near-death experiences is brought to animated life in “Living with Death” by Blank on Blank.
The trailer for “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” is wonderfully reimagined as an ’80s action film.