Funnyman Chris Capel of HandleBarMustacheLand apparently doesn’t think too highly of the face painted Juggalos. Ha, to be fair, these fans of Insane Clown Posse probably like it that way. Although they do take offense to being labeled as a dangerous gang by the FBI.
Insane Clown Posse fans rejoice! Finally, a dating site that cares about the diverse needs and desires of today’s modern Juggalo.
[Chris Capel via Laughing Squid]
Rhett & Link have done it again, with another fabulous Christmas music video. Christmas Face is basically a sequel to last year’s awesome Christmas Sweatz song.
The face painting in this video is quite remarkable. Catchy song, too. Great job, Everyone!
[via Rhett & Link]
You may have already seen this awesome Christmas Rap, performed by the Holderness family of Raleigh, NC. It’s been viewed over 11 million times so far on YouTube. It’s a delightful video greeting card that shares what the family has been up to in 2013.
And yes, it’s ultimately a marketing gimmick to promote the Greenroom video production company, but I don’t think anyone minds. It’s lots of fun and very well done. I bet it inspires many families to make video Christmas cards for real. What a great way to share news with friends and family.
What does the spleen do? Great question. Ha, this is a brilliant parody of Ylvis’ popular song The Fox. This was produced for the 107th Annual Second Year Show by the Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Dental Medicine (HMS/HSDM) class of 2016. Very well done!
[via Ben Rome]
The Force is now with one of the best songs ever made. Check out this incredible version of Bohemian Rhapsody, performed by the Star Wars cosplayers of the Arizona geek community. The video was produced by the Digital Video Program department at the University of Advancing Technology in Tempe, Arizona.
They wear so many awesome costumes. This totally made my day. Great job, everyone!
[via Laughing Squid]
Check out Peter Hollens & Gardiner Sisters, as they perform an A cappella pirate song. Nice pirate costumes!
Pirate Medley is comprised entirely with human voices, and is based on the music from Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean movies. It took 107 vocal tracks! This is really great, they are all quite talented.
Nothing says Halloween like a dancing skeleton. Check out the smooth moves of Nathan Barnatt as he dances to the song Dead Man’s Bones. This is rather hypnotic to watch. Awesome stuff.
[Nathan Barnatt via Neatorama]
Ready to get wild with costumes? Check out this unofficial music video made by PublicPeopleStudios. This is some hard core costuming, indeed. It looks like they’re having a total blast filming their dancing. The music is Monsta’ – Holdin On (Skrillex and Nero Remix). Turn up your speakers and enjoy!
Thanks to Dino for the tip.