On most days, Florence is overrun by tourists. But once each year, the locals reclaim their city through an ancient game where the roots run deep and the blood flows freely.

Weinstein, who’s reportedly been in therapy, was dining at an upscale Scottsdale restaurant with his sober coach when apparently someone recognized him. According to TMZ, a patron named Steve walked up to the disgraced mogul during his dinner, saying that he loved his movies and asked for a picture, only to be turned down. When Weinstein got up to leave, the man slapped him.

The stunning video biologist Nan Hauser and her team were able to capture, including point-of-view footage, show how the whale pushed the woman with his head and his mouth, tucked her under its pectoral fin, even lifted the biologist out of the water.

Surveillance video shows the suspect shooting at the door’s lock in an attempt to escape. Even after finding the keys, he couldn’t unlock the door because of the damage to the lock. He then dropped to his knees and can be heard praying before apologizing.

The tenth film in the Hellraiser franchise turns Pinhead into serial killer. There’s hell to pay in this trailer debut that’s bursting from the seams with cool imagery and special effects work.

“The New Year’s Cruise carrying over 4,000 passengers was caught in a violent winter storm on the way back from the Bahamas. The ship was constantly rocking for 3 days! Although the ship is capable of handling such a storm, we saw some people sleeping in the hallways because of water leaking into their rooms from the balcony doors. We even saw a family walking around with their life jackets.”

If you listen closely at 8 seconds in, you can actually hear the guy’s car get hit with a bullet. The rest of the video is just filled with the sound of people shooting their guns in the air. Insane!

This thrilling six-part investigative series provides an up-close and personal view into untold stories of scandal and corruption in the world of business. Using first-hand accounts from perpetrators and their victims, combined with rarely-seen video footage, Dirty Money is sure to keep viewers on the edge of their seats.

“A new edit I just wrapped up with @mvm.exe titled “Home // Away” just went live! Have a look and let me know what you think. Excited to share this project with everyone, and thank you to all involved!” – @kevin_schulz.

BMW Drivers, Johan Schwartz and Matt Mullins, teamed up to set THE GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title for Longest Vehicle Drift in 8 hours. In order for Johan to continuously drift the greatest distance possible, he must complete the world’s first ever tandem drift refuel with Matt so that he will have enough gas to achieve his goal without stopping.

“I saw a man pull up in his Ute, get out and punch his dog with a closed fist. I then saw the dog try to jump out of the Ute and was stuck hanging by its chain. The man then had the dog on the ground with its lead when he kicked the dog and dragged the poor dog around by its lead. The female companion did nothing like it was normal.” – Tara Lee Barry.

In this show, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May set out to prove that old Jaguars are not only stylish and roguish, but also strong and reliable with a road trip across Colorado.

You can watch this video from two view points. You can be turned off by the ridiculous prices, or you can be inspired by these guys who brought themselves up from nothing to a level of happiness, success and freedom that most never get close to.

“Easily one of the most insane days shooting with @josh_herrin and @adeysworld. The things this guy can do on a bike is unreal!” – @nickvandervegt.

The “Apache” was a combination knife, brass knuckle, and revolver made by several companies in Belgium and France, which became associated with a group of street thugs in Paris around the turn of the century.

Renowned philosopher Alan Watts had a knack for knocking the wind out of our sails (in the best way possible) when it came to analyzing and understanding the real meaning of life. And in this beautiful video, he unpacks our need to constantly be moving forward and progressing through life… while simultaneously missing the whole point. Additional art by the talented Roberto Carrillo.

2017 was another landmark year for John John Florence. The 25-year-old from Oahu captured his second-straight World Title in December, marking the official start of his dynasty. Florence survived a fierce challenge from his most determined rival, 2014 World Champion Gabriel Medina, who’s reached national hero status in Brazil. These two celebrated stars have captured the hearts and minds of pro surfing fans across the world, and are poised to steer the sport’s direction for years to come.