Despite his best efforts, a diligent chef makes a horrendous mistake as he prepares this classic but tricky dish — via Youtube
Taken from the debut album
Holding Patterns — via Youtube
THUD’s rendition of the classic by Journey,
Don’t Stop Believin’ — via Youtube
A quick video on how the writers of The Twilight Zone used allegory to enhance their writing — via Youtube
Lucas is a tiny spider to some…giant arachnid to others — via Youtube
Don’t worry… Dexter is a spider friendly pup! — via Youtube
For this surreal new film, Club Palace, Montreal-based creative agency Caravane collaborated with creative director Camille Boyer and cinematographer Nik Mirus to conjure a playful and perplexing landscape that challenges our perceptions of space — via Vimeo
© Sony Music Archives 1971 — via missadler1897
Summer of 1982. Teo claims he has found a wormhole. His brother Óscar does not believe him — at least not for now.
Written and directed by Olga Osorio
With Teo Galiñanes, Óscar Galiñanes, Xúlio Abonjo, Ricardo de Barreiro — via Vimeo
In Chicago, James Brown-style skaters turn the roller rink into a dance floor, where it’s all
about the groove — via Youtube
A man wakes up to find himself alone in a train carriage. During his train journey, unexpected events will lead him through to finally discover his lost memories.
Directors: Orlane Brouillet, Claire d’Intorni, Antoine Mariez, Lucie Martinetto, Réda Mehleb, Eva Seyeux
Music: Jacob Thomas Czech — via Youtube
The one minute tale of a survivalist. When the siren rings in the distance, a family has to get inside the shelter… Nothing will ever be the same again — via Vimeo
A married cat-dog couple of cupcake bakers dream of opening their own bakery. One day their oven breaks and they have to postpone their dream in order to earn money and replace it. Somewhere down the line, they drift apart from their dream and from themselves — via Vimeo
You either have to pronounce it
Seen Been or
Shawn Bawn. YOU CAN’T HAVE IT BOTH WAYS — via Is It Canon?
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Legendary Australian guitarist and AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young has died aged 64.
Known for the powerhouse riffs and rhythm guitar that propelled the Sydney group to superstardom, Young’s family said in a statement he had been
suffering from dementia for several years.
He was replaced by nephew Stevie for the band’s last tour promoting the 2014 album Rock Or Bust.
Young started AC/DC in 1973 with his younger brother, fellow guitarist Angus.
While Angus Young, the group’s school-uniform-wearing lead guitarist, was the public face of the band, Malcolm Young was its key writer and leader, the member the rest of the band watched for on-stage changes and cut-offs.
AC/DC was consistent for over 40 years with a mix of driving hard rock, lusty lyrics and bluesy shuffles, selling over 200 million albums, surviving the loss of its first singer and creating one of the greatest rock records ever in Back in Black, the world’s second best-selling album behind Michael Jackson’s Thriller — via ABC News
WIRED staffers, and some family, built the largest and most expensive lego set to date, the Millennium Falcon. Of course, we made a time-lapse of us putting this behemoth together — via Youtube
George Young, a pioneer of Australian music as a member of The Easybeats and producer for AC/DC, the band fronted by his brothers Angus and Malcolm, has died aged 70.
created a new sound for the Australian music industry, the production company Alberts, where he spent many years producing hits for other acts, said in a statement on its website.
Young co-wrote Friday On My Mind, an enduring hit that charted around the world, with Harry Vanda, who became his long-time song-writing partner.
The pair were inducted in the ARIA Hall of Fame in 1988, and have a highly regarded song-writing award named for them.
Love Is In The Air, the disco number Young and Vanda penned for John Paul Young, was another chart success, reaching number seven in the US — via George Young, member of The Easybeats and pioneering Australian songwriter, dies – ABC News
Kutuleras brings you Cthulhu cosplaying Totoro! — via Etsy
The man who launched a million
minimalist movie posters (try not to hold that against him), graphic designer Saul Bass may have spent most of his career advertising other people’s work, but in doing so he quietly became one of the most iconic pop artists of the 20th century. He didn’t work in the movies very often, but many of the posters and title sequences he created have grown to be as famous as the films for which he created them. Directors were floored by Bass’ ability to distil a story down to its bare essence — how his thick black lines and bold swatches of colour seduced and focused a viewer’s attention where other posters would simply try to overwhelm it — and legendary auteurs like Otto Preminger would fight the studios to protect Bass’ creative freedom. His style was so striking and influential that it was widely copied in his own time, and many of the posters that are still attributed to Bass were actually created by imitators (e.g IndieWire
A closeted boy runs the risk of being outed by his own heart after it pops out of his chest to chase down the boy of his dreams — via Youtube
Godzilla is unique, there’s no one like him, maybe he can not throw his nuclear rays but his evil eyes come from the deepest of Mordor — via Etsy
The unfinished books of Sir Terry Pratchett have been destroyed by a steamroller, following the late fantasy novelist’s wishes.
Pratchett’s hard drive was crushed by a vintage John Fowler & Co steamroller named Lord Jericho at the Great Dorset Steam Fair, ahead of the opening of a new exhibition about the author’s life and work.
Pratchett, famous for his colourful and satirical Discworld series, died in March 2015 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease.
— Terry Pratchett (@terryandrob) 25 August 2017
After his death, fellow fantasy author Neil Gaiman, Pratchett’s close friend and collaborator , told the Times that Pratchett had wanted
whatever he was working on at the time of his death to be taken out along with his computers, to be put in the middle of a road and for a steamroller to steamroll over them all — via The Guardian
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Sometimes when it all comes together … you become the film you’re making — Martin Scorsese in 1990, as told to TJ English.
In this new episode we have a previously unheard conversation with legendary director, Martin Scorsese, on how he’s framed his movies and his life. The early foray into making a movie as a kid, toying with becoming a priest, and where his parents fit into all this. And wouldn’t you like to see a Scorsese Western? Enjoy! — via Youtube
Discover Détour, a film by Michel Gondry shot on iPhone. Follow the adventures of a small tricycle as it sets off along the French roads in search of its young owner — via Youtube
It’s no secret that Adam’s a big fan of Chewbacca. So for his newest cosplay build, Adam revamps his Chewie costume to carry an animatronic threepio, as depicted in The Empire Strikes Back. It’s going to require a bit of disassembly, engineering, and problem-solving to turn two costumes into one that’s still wearable — via Youtube
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May the fourth be with you everyone! As all the nerds know, today is Star Wars Day, so I wanted to celebrate with this super-cute-squishy little Wampa plush. I knew right away that I wanted to make a plush when I saw Star Wars day coming around, and while we’ve seen the classic characters in plush form all the time, I thought a stumpy little chibi Wampa with a bloody little arm was too good to pass up! The arm is even detachable for use in your own lightsabre battles. I made him with some long-pile minky that I had lying around that I thought suit him wonderfully; with just a scrap of red flannel and a sew-in snap, he came together perfectly — via Choly Knight
Short film produced by 710 Main Films and Chewing on Plastic Lightbulbs, written by Ben J Tucker of a serial killer who has problems living in an apartment building. Starring Jeff Kolter, Sherman Morrison and Mason Washer — via Vimeo