Belgian surrealist Rene Magritte is the subject of this 1978 documentary, which just happens to have a soundtrack scored by rock icon Roger Waters of Pink Floyd!
It may be a bit dry in places, and the narrator sounds like the one heard in those terribly outdated educational films you were forced to watch in school, but if you love Pink Floyd then you'll want to watch the whole thing for the sake of the tripped out soundtrack.
If the idea of a three day weekend with nothing to do seems like torture via boredom then take a gander at these neat DIY projects and get to building!
You might not be able to build an entire TARDIS from scratch in three days, unless you have some serious carpentry skills, but a Star Trek apron is doable, and so are many of the other fun projects on this list.
This Labor Day weekend you can build something to be proud of, or head in to work on Tuesday complaining about being hung over... I choose you DIY project!
The folks at Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park know the best way to get their critters in on the Halloween fun is to surprise them with a pumpkin.
Some of the animals think the orange squash in their enclosure might be part of a trick, but soon after they discover what a treat it is to have a pumpkin of their very own, and it sure beats going to the dentist after eating too much candy!
Turning yourself into a living snapshot is a fun idea for a costume that's also relatively easy to put together.
All you need is some foam core board, an xacto knife and some sort of adhesive or tape and you can put yourself in the picture.
The living snapshot also has lots of potential variations- mugshot, post mortem shot, trashy look with fancy clothes on below, black and white... the list goes on and on, which is why this costume is perfect for the DIY crowd.
If you're looking for a suitably scary soundtrack for this year's Halloween party, or you're crazy for Halloween like we are and want some spooky listening enjoyment year round, then you've got to check out Halloweenradio.net.
They play everything from classic songs like the Monster Mash to horror movie soundtracks and beyond.
Don't just throw on that old sound effects record, jazz up your Hallow's Eve with Halloween radio!
When your little ones start playing dress up, and find their way into your makeup, be honest with them about how silly they look or they might start painting their faces like clowns during adolescence.
I don't know if I would put a bag over my child's head, at least not without cutting a few eyeholes in the bag first!
Prom night can be a terrifying and wondrous experience, full of fashion faux pas, unexpected acne outbreaks and awkward moments in teen angst.
So why not enjoy the hilarity of it all by looking at a bunch of funny prom pictures?
Peruse the gallery at your leisure and be thankful that your prom night pics didn't make it into this collection!
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Animator Jim Segrue is part of the award winning team at Titmouse, the folks responsible for shows like Metalocalypse, Superjail and Black Dynamite, but this time he's stretching out his wings and flying solo.
His newest short Life By A Thread details an alley cat's search for warmth during those cold winter months, and the only thing this squashy, stretchy character animation smearfest seems to be missing is a suitable soundtrack.
Anybody have access to a theremin? Or a musical saw and trombone?
He's come from the future to save the Shire's past, one goofy looking Orc at a time.
It seems folks are getting impatient waiting for Peter Jackson's adaptation of The Hobbit to hit the big screen, so hopefully these ridiculous furry footed comedy videos will continue to hit the interwebs!
La Catrina originated in the Jose Guadalupe Posada's print entitled La Calavera de la Catrina (the skull of the rich woman), and has since become one of the most recognizable symbols of Mexico's Dia De Los Muertos celebration.
Catrinas wear pretty dresses, with spots where their bones show through, a big hat and lots of colorful flowers.
Catrinas have a bony skull face, but that doesn't mean they have to be scary. In fact, most Catrinas prefer to be elegant rather than gruesome.