While it may look all shiny and modern today, the action is very much an old school, NES state of mind.
Check out this movie snack bar advertisement that starts out with a wholesome retro feel, but soon descends into something of a Stanley Kubrick-ish hell ride.
Here’s your fix of nostalgia for the day: a classic rendition of The Flintstones done in stop motion. It’s good to see Fred’s still got that killer bowling arm.
I’m not going to try and explain this animated short too much, let’s just say this dude is really pissed off at a pinata and his entire body happens to be a fist. You could say he’s got anger issues.
Looking for love can be difficult and sometimes a lady has to get creative. That may or may not involve posing as an underage girl to attract older men off the Internet. The Chris Hansen cameo adds a nice touch.
Tim & Eric give us the the saga of Body Boys, just some good kids who revolutionized the sport of body surfing. Think Endless Summer, with a lot more awkwardness.
A few guys take the term “complimentary breakfast” to mean that they can walk into the hotel lobby and clean it out like they’re emptying a bank safe. Can’t say I blame them, free doughnuts are hard to resist.
Yet another game-tinged short created by dudes working in the film industry. And again, it’s better than 90% of movies actually based on games that Hollywood makes.
Funny thing is, unlike most game to movie adaptations, the one for Silent Hill was not half bad. But this fan made production is still a decent effort. Creepy stuff.
So here’s the skinny, this badass stop motion short shows Black Widow kicking the asses of different male action figures like nobody’s business. Not to mention, the music is pretty rockin’ too.