This guy can play a bunch of different instruments, and calls on all his skill to make a beat. Then he raps over it too, claiming “My goal is to push Hip hop further”. What do you think?
One eyewitness, who was waiting for a set of traffic lights when the crane came down in front of him, told the New York Daily News: “If I caught that light, I’d be dead probably.” The huge red crane, which has the words “Bay Crane” printed on the side also hit a building on its way down. “It is something of a miracle that this was not worse. It was being lowered into a secure position, and construction workers were blocking the street,” Bill de Blasio, mayor of New York, said.
If you ever wondered what Marilyn Monroe would look like when she’s cranky and hungry, it isn’t pretty. Snicker’s clever new ad for Super Bowl 50 has the quintessential blonde bombshell shooting the famous billowing-dress scene from “The Seven Year Itch.” But when the camera pans up from the gusting subway grate, it’s not Monroe we see, but the sinewy legs and villainous face of actor Willem Dafoe.
These are the shocking scenes as a family flees a hotel after a gangland assassin shoots dead a suspected drug dealer during the weigh-in for a boxing bout. The family were in the Regency Hotel in Dublin to witness the weigh-in of Jamie Kavanagh who was due to fight for a European title tomorrow, when gunmen dressed as police burst into the room and opened fire on David Byrne. One girl can be heard crying: ‘Daddy, what’s going on? Daddy help me,’ as the gunshots continued to ring out.
After two years of tinkering and experimenting Swiss freeskier Nicolas Vuignier just shared a video of what he calls a centriphone, a device that works like a sling to hurl his iPhone 6 through the air while he skis down a mountain. Played back in slow motion the footage is incredible as Vuignier remains perfectly centered in a dramatic 360° loop.
What do you do when the internet steals your movie? You make the internet the villain of your next one – and hope you can steal a lead on the pirates with it. That, at least, is the plan for the Cairnes brothers, whose ghoulish horror-comedy 100 Bloody Acres briefly became one of the most illegally downloaded films in the world in late 2013. The full trailer has now been released for “Scare Campaign”, the upcoming horror feature film from writers and directors Colin and Cameron Cairnes and producer Julie Ryan, to coincide with the news that the film will be officially released in late March through an innovative event-style cinema release. Will you watch it?
Battalion 1944 sounds like a very ambitious project. It’s a Second World War multiplayer FPS, built in Unreal Engine 4, with motion-captured animation, assets precisely based on photos of real items and locations, and a general promise of high-budget sheen—all for a very low (relatively speaking) Kickstarter goal of £100,000/$145,000. A goal which has now been met, just two days after the campaign began.
The explosion that forced a Somali plane to make an emergency landing shortly after takeoff appears to have been caused by a bomb. Two people were injured before the pilot landed safely, a passenger said. Somali authorities later discovered a body near Mogadishu they believe fell from the Daallo Airlines plane. That body is said to be the suicide bomber.
Many iPhone users rely on Siri to safely send text messages on the road, create reminders and perform complex calculations. Others ignore her until one of those terrifying butt dial scenarios breaks the silence with an unanticipated question. Heartgrey however uses Siri for something totally different. Check it out!
Drifting may have evolved into a legitimate form of motorsport complete with corporate backing for high profile teams and drivers, but that doesn’t mean its roots have been forgotten. It’s dangerous and highly illegal, but for some, it’s worth the risk. In this brand new short video from Japan-based Speedhunters filmmaker Jeremy Pritchard, follow a small crew to get a brief look inside the underground world of Tokyo street drifting.