Every now and then I like to share a few videos that I've rather enjoyed in the previous several weeks, and being that blogging has been a bit light recently, here's some YouTube videos that tickled my fancy of late:
Celebrites Read Mean Tweets:
Does what is says on the tin.
David Lynch: Making "The Big Dream":
I love the man's work, and this is a pretty cool ten minute look at the creative process behind the scenes of Lynch's latest musical effort.
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Video World: The Death of a Video Store:
I have very fond memories from throughout my childhood and formative years of going into the video rental shop and picking out a new title, or something from the back catalogue, so this short documentary is both a nostalgic treat and a sad reminder of a significant shift in home video viewing culture.
Mick Garris on Critters 2:
The director talks about the horror comedy sequel as part of 'Trailers From Hell'.
10 seconds of joy from a nonchallant cat.
American comedian/talk show host Pete Holmes (he of the College Humour Batman videos) does an impersonation of Ray Romano singing classic songs ... with the actual Ray Romano.
Crack The Surface: Episode 1:
A short documentary (there's also a second part) about Urban Exploration. Fascinating stuff.
Back to the Future "Doc & Marty!" Supercut:
What were their names again?