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The new TV season is upon us, but if you’re less than enthused at the prospect of coming home after a long day and being stuck watching Dads, check out SnagFilms.
With a slew of quirky, offbeat, and sometimes just plain weird titles, SnagFilms’ fleet of editors has devoted their lives to unearthing fun indies, docs, and shorts for your viewing pleasure. From tried-and-true cult classics like John Sayles’ The Brother from Another Planet to Martin and Orloff, which stars every great person ever (Matt Walsh, Amy Poehler, David Cross—and that’s just the tip of the iceberg), SnagFilms has you covered. And the best part? It’s 100% free.
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If you enjoy catching up with your friends for a cold beer and a good laugh, check out this video where a group of friends combine both for the ultimate gag. Over the years, Russell Brown has played plenty of gags on his group of friends, so his brother Sean – with buddies in tow – decided to team up with the help of Tui Brewery to get him back. Sean and his friends decided to plumb beer through Russell's home in Auckland, New Zealand, tapping every faucet (even the shower) to pour cold beer – to the surprise of Russell and dismay of his wife.
Check out Russell's hilarious reaction in this videos and here at www.youtube.com/littlejohnnynz.
The new Moto X has a ton of new features, but one of the coolest is the ability to use all kinds of useful tools without having to press a single button. The intuitive touchless controls offer the ability to prepare for intimate moments without losing your smoothness or killing the vibe. Check out the video to see what we mean, then head over to YouTube.com/Motorola to learn more about this extra-smart phone's killer new features.
Fall fashion season is upon us and that means it's time to upgrade the ol' wardrobe (cost efficiently, of course). So while we thought about giving you a list of the 37 people who wore denim best throughout history as inspiration, we instead decided to take a note from The Awl and present without commentary, not a list of outdated denim, but instead the finest and most interesting lower half options that Old Navy has to offer this Fall. Well, fine, presented with limited commentary. We couldn't help ourselves.
Admit it: there are some truly fundamental comedies that you need to see in order to…talk to people. But they might be a little hard to unearth. That’s why you need SnagFilms. It’s a free video-streaming site with an extensive library of full-length, must-see films.
Featuring indie comedy classics like Slacker and The Puffy Chair to behind the scenes documentaries like an inside look at the Japanese comedy scene with Tokyo Comedy Store, SnagFilms covers all the bases. Backed by a team of talented, quirky editors who have literally dedicated their lives to giving you a handpicked selection of indie gems, acclaimed documentaries, critics’ picks and so much more, you'll definitely find something to love on SnagFilms.
And did we mention it’s totally free? Sign up now at SnagFilms to start discovering movies.
Way before Seth Rogen, Will Ferrell and Melissa McCarthy were in every comedy movie, classic comedians paved the way. Queue up the movie 100 Years of Comedy on SnagFilms and prepare for an amazing journey through some of the funniest moments in entertainment history, from the slapstick of the silent era to the classic screwball comedies of the 1930s and '40s on through to the modern hilarity of Hollywood's most recent comedies. This incredible documentary features extensive footage of comedy legends, including Laurel and Hardy, the Three Stooges, Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Lucille Ball, Jerry Lewis, Richard Pryor, and many more.
See it for yourself on SnagFilms — and did we mention it’s free?
The same-old comedies have taken over! We’re talking about the same comedians working with the usual director and a predictable plotline. At SnagFilms, there is none of that. It’s a free video-streaming site where you won’t find the same run-of-the-mill comedies — quite the opposite, in fact. With a large library that plays host to everything from critics’ picks to film festival favorites, there’s bound to be an unheard-of indie comedy or obscure, classic slapstick unwatched even by the biggest cinephile.
SnagFilms has made it its mission to serve viewers who are looking to discover something new and exciting in their movie selection. As a 2013 Webby Award honoree and Red Herring Top Technology Company of 2013, SnagFilms has been wildly successful in curating a diverse collection of free movies that are actually good.
Please Like Me is based on Thomas's own real life experiences and airs exclusively on pivot on August 1 with six full episodes in a row. Watch the trailer here for a sneak peek and go to pivot.tv to enjoy the first full episode before the series officially launches. Join the conversation by visiting the website to share your own Please Like Me story.
With Fourth of July coming in hot, it's time to exercise your hard earned rights. Why not exercise your right to choose by sticking a Corona in a margarita, just because? Check out this easy recipe for a refreshing, cold CoronaRita below:
6 parts Corona Light
1 part Tequila
2 parts Margarita Mix
1 part Triple Sec
1 Lime Wedge
Method: In a cocktail shaker, pour the first three ingredients (please do not pour beer in the shaker). Shake vigorously until ice cold. Strain into tall glass with 1/3 ice. Top with Corona beer.
You can also exercise your right to enjoy a few laughs while you're at it with these videos below, courtesy of Corona.
We know you've been losing sleep over this. With the upcoming release of Man of Steel on June 14, Gillette is the first to boldly ask the question everyone wants to know — how does Superman shave? For a superhero that is fire-proof, bullet-proof, kryptonite-proof (oops, scratch that), what could possibly cut through that steel-hard stubble?
As a service to all inquiring minds, Gillette has graciously created a forum on HowDoesHeShave.com for shaving intellectuals to pose their theories. Check out videos from five Superman enthusiasts — director Kevin Smith; TV hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman; scientist and comedian Bill Nye; and Mayim Bialik, actress and real-life neuroscientist — and vote on the explanation that most suits your fancy. Or, challenge their conjectures with your own argument. Perhaps it's jackhammers? Super heat vision?
Either way, now you can rest easy tonight knowing that Gillette is on top of uncovering the Man of Steel's grooming secrets.