We take a look at what sort of movie makes a good episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000, and how bad the movie has to be.
The United Kingdom calls ‘Public Service Announcements’ ‘Public Information Films,’ and they tell you how to be safe. But unlike most PSAs, PFIs are scary.
An analysis of the long National Lampoon MAD Parody that appeared as an article in a 1971 issue, looking at what they got right and what they got wrong.
If there’s a thing that I want in the future, it’s not flying cars or robot butlers — it’s the ability to immediately empty my sinuses with sinus doors.
If you’ve seen any “scary closing logo” compilations, you’ve probably seen the VID logo — or perhaps you know it as the BND or ВИD logo — here’s what’s up.
An essay about making “Everybody Media” instead of explicitly “Children’s Media,” and how it can be the most rewarding method of making things.
The Prisoner’s Dilemma re-imagined as a Dating Game type TV Show, bringing game theory to a quasi-romantic television program
An essay about Chris Morris and the Paedogeddon epsiode of Brass Eye, and why his work, though dark, is surprisingly humane.
If you’re looking for something to relax to, check out Jelle’s Marble Runs, YouTube’s most slackful channel, featuring massive marble mazes.