It’s that time of year again.
Ross Marquand, who plays Aaron on THE WALKING DEAD, also does great celebrity impressions. In one funny short video, he does quickie impressions of celebrities doing mundane things like forgetting what they were going to say, trying to get a word in, and applying the five-second rule to a dropped sandwich.
Check it out:
SUMER is a great little short film about a future Earth where nature has died and the last humans live in protected cities. In Sumer, a boy sees a feather, and then a bird, which prompts him to escape the city and see what lies beyond in the wastelands. Good one.
Don Hertzfeldt is now one of my favorite animators, first catching my eye with his amazing WORLD OF TOMORROW. He did another short film I enjoyed, THE MEANING OF LIFE. Get ready to get existential today:
Herzfeldt also did a Simpson’s intro that’s pretty crazy:
And here’s the trailer for WORLD OF TOMORROW:
In “Just Me in the House by Myself,” the first episode of the new comedy web series :DRYVRS by Jack Dishel, Mcauley Culkin reprises his role of Kevin from the 1990 Christmas movie HOME ALONE.
In that film, Kevin, at the age of eight, was left by himself by accident by his parents for a week. During that time, he has to fight off two comically inept burglars.
Years later, Kevin shows up as an Uber driver and recounts the story to his passenger. Clearly, it messed him up.
Clearly, he’s got some issues to work out.
Dark and hilarious. Check it out:
HELL’S CLUB is a brilliant editing mashup of movies, set in a world where fictional characters meet.
Check it out: