Ninjas + Jedi light sabers, this just may be the extinction of all mankind as we know it, or the most awesome thing in the history of the universe. It could go either way.
This collection of animations doesn’t promise to put you in the holiday spirit, but it will have you scratching your head and asking, “WTF?”
Stolen Heart 1-ups all the other fan flicks by taking the action back to the Japanese motherland. It is where the games came from after all (the best ones at least).
Bingo night and tapioca pudding don’t carry the same excitement as saving the world from criminal masterminds and bedding gorgeous chicks on the reg.
Bryan Cranston takes a break from cooking up the blue meth to present his shorts as part of the L.A. Comedy Shorts film festival.
When Miss USA sets out to find a tasteful Halloween costume, it’s up to some devious store clerks to make sure she swaps out the classy for the trashy.
Check out this supercut of 5 second films that clocks in at barley over three minutes. Just don’t blink or you’ll miss one. Hold up, never mind that, multiple viewings are going to be in order here.
Aside from following the original NES game rather faithfully, it looks like Waking Life and A Scanner Darkly, but isn’t nearly as stupid as those two flicks.
The follow up to the insanely creative Cardboard Warfare makes its debut. Think the action of Saving Private Ryan and Band of Brothers, only sans the whole “real guns” thing.
Activision was so impressed by Find Makarov that they chipped in for the sequel, Operation Kingfish!
Drunken Rollerskating tells the gripping story of two idiots. Two idiots with a dream, a dream of combining the respectable sport of rollerskating with excessive amounts of alcohol. This is their story.