A sneak peek from the November 2 Halloween episode.
'The Darkest Coffee' functions less as a commercial and more as a four-minute creepfest about the experience of consuming said hot beverage.
Fair warning: 'Man' is not an easy film to watch.
'The Hidden' features no soundtrack — but it's easy to see from it what makes Akerlund such a great music-video director.
Or has the 'Ghostbusters 3' viral-marketing campaign begun!
A documentary about the legendary group will finally see the light of day come November. The preview clip alone ensures that this is a good thing.
In the best time-killing video we've seen today, the comedian reads his spam in a spot-on parody of the PBS classic.
The show's season-two DVD contains footage from its live performance at UCB during the writer's strike. Ah, memories!
Did we mention that those men in bear suits are dancing? It's mesmerizing.
The 'SNL' alum reprised her role as Palin — and the people rejoiced.
Andrew Cooke's hilarious mockumentary follows a yogi who might be longing a bit too hard for the trappings of modern life.
This is damn near the weirdest thing we've ever seen.
'Lions Are Green' is about a young colorblind boy who draws a green lion in class and gets called out for it.
It's the best film about a secret commie San Francisco bookstore you'll ever see.
Audley's short is an intense, despairing look at obsession and the twisted nature of attraction.
The iconic Lego toy is aging, but a sexed-up wardrobe signals youthful vigor.
Mendoza visits her Colombian grandmother as she deals with the wreckage of her Mississippi home following Katrina.
He doesn't mean to be age inappropriate; young Danny Pacheco is just giving it his all in his YouTube videos.
Clearly these Met subscribers have never attempted to purchase an iPhone.
It’s wordless, it’s simple, it’s three minutes long, and we can’t stop watching the damn thing.
…at least based on the four-minute promo which has finally made its way online.
If you can get past Rose's traditional inability to ask interesting follow-ups, there's plenty of great stuff.
Erkka Nissinen has one intricate imagination.