Francis and the Lights demonstrates a few advanced techniques — blip, loop, stutter, harmony, double up, and composition — to use with the Keezy music creation app. video via Elepath submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Eclectic Method has compiled movie clips about movies, filmmaking, and Hollywood in his meta video remix “It’s a Movie.” submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
In his latest video, Jake Roper (Vsauce3) explains how three Pokémon — Magcargo, Blastoise, and Victreebel — could most definitely kill you. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Rusty Blazenhoff joined the Laughing Squid blog in July 2011 as a Senior Contributing Editor, becoming Managing Editor in March 2012. On October 29th, 2013, Rusty officially resigned from Laughing Squid, effective on that date. All of us here at Laughing Squid wish her the best of luck in the future.
Spine is an iOS app that allows users to write and share short, five-sentence stories. The app is currently available to download from the iTunes App Store. images via Spine submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Next Media Animation studio created “What Does The Panda Say?,” an animated Taiwanese music video parody of the viral hit song “The Fox” by Ylvis. video via NMA submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
White people have quite a reputation when it comes to dancing. Specifically: that they aren’t great at it. As this video shows, they at least deserve props for trying. [Laughing Squid]
Via Laughing Squid, we have learned of the existence of the best Tumblr of all time: Des Hommes et des Chatons.
Amazing. Via Laughing Squid: Toronto, Canada musical artist Andrew Huang has created a catchy rap song with lyrics that don’t contain the letter “e.” The track is available to download online. Read and comment. From thedailyswarm.co...
Jonathan Mann wrote an awesome “Happy Birthday Laughing Squid” song for us in honor of Laughing Squid’s 18th anniversary. It recaps some of the highlights of our history and is song #1777 of his long running Song A Day series. Thanks Jonathan, you rock!
Freerunners acrobatically explore abandoned buildings in Berlin amidst colorful smoke grenades and clouds of pigment in the slow motion video “Holi Shit” by German filmmaker Frank Sauer. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
This week Laughing Squid celebrates its 18th Anniversary. It’s been a really amazing journey that started back in 1995 when I setup a little film and video production company in San Francisco while working on my documentary about the social surrealist artist Alonso Smith. The rest is history… I would like to give a big […]
“TnT Airlines” is a hilarious parody of a pre-flight safety video by comedy duo Tripp and Tyler. So that’s how the window shade works! submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
The Pet Collective has created a remake of the 2012 sci-fi adventure film The Hunger Games using cute cats and sets built out of cardboard. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Say It With Sea Otters is a collection of brutally honest messages delivered by adorable illustrated sea otters and other cute animals. The blog is a comedy experiment created by Laughing Squid writer EDW Lynch. images via Say It With Sea Otters via EDW Lynch
In his new stop-motion video, Jake Roper (aka “Vsauce3“) shares five awesome facts about the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) while taking it apart. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
This video by Official Comedy is not quite as long as the one with every Woody Allen stammer, but it’s still on the long side. Allen really likes the phrase “make love,” apparently. Or at least his characters do. (Via Laughing Squid...
Oublio is a website that displays the most popular image on reddit, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, and Flickr in real-time with a link back to the image’s source on those sites. images via Oublio submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
The inimitably awesome Sir Patrick Stewart just gave the entire internet a fantastic Halloween treat in the form of this amazing photo of himself dressed as a lobster basking in a bathtub. [via Laughing Squid]
The best time for a Halloween scare is today! Have the best time pranking people. But please stay safe, guys! - Via Laughing Squid.