How do you sell a product that offers a scientific (so we’re told) solution to a modern problem that many people are uncomfortable discussing?
The problem is that we civilized humans, despite having perfected things like selfie sticks and Fathead posters, aren’t pooping correctly and haven’t for generations. A product called the Squatty Potty promises to solve this problem.
If you’re tasked with advertising the Squatty Potty, you have to make a decision—option one is to go with the sober, quasi-medical explanation of why paleo-style pooping is superior. You know, “I’m Dr. Bruce Stevenson, and I’d like to tell you about a remarkable product that will ease lower-abdomen pain and rectal discomfort…”
Or you can go with option two: a fuzzy unicorn pooping rainbow-colored soft-serve ice cream as an Elizabethan expert explains the mystery of your bowels.
Phil Mucci of Diabolik Films sent over their latest music video featuring DISTURBED entitled “The Vengeful One” which is tearing up the internet and taking it to The Man. Returning after a four-year hiatus, Disturbed are back and have teamed up with Diabolik to create this
If you haven’t seen this oldie but goodie Star Wars fan film from Defcon featuring Maja Felcitas Bergmann and Ben Schamma, grab yourself a tall, cool lemonade and chill out with these sexy summertime Siths!
When a student film called “Celles et Ceux des Cimes et Cieux” (“Girls and Guys from the Summits and the Skies”) hit the internet last month, Japanese animation fans, of which there are many, latched on to it. Even with little-to-no fanfare in the English-speaking region of
These kids these days, with their magic. Lovable, crotchety old Harrison Ford (soon to reprise his roles as Han Solo and Rick Deckard) gets spooked by David Blaine’s card trick and orders him to vacate the premises immediately. “Get the fuck out of my house”—it’s the new
Veteran animator Rob Pratt created this awesome cartoon tribute to the classic Flash Gordon adventures of yesteryear! Rob Pratt Bio: Robb Pratt is a Disney veteran, having started at Feature Animation in 1994 as a traditional animator. After animating on such modern Disney classics as
On March 28th, we shared a video of three young sisters from Monterrey, Mexico, playing a cover of Metallica’s “Enter Sandman,” and Heavy Metal readers shared that mess around. And around. And around. That clip of “Enter Sandman” didn’t just become the most
We’ve seen the “teaser” trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road, and we’ve seen the similar-but-different international trailer. Yesterday, Warner Bros. released what they’re calling the “Official Main Trailer,” and it’s got a bunch of new stuff in it. The
Brother Mike Cohen, a rock ‘n roll fanatic who may also be a “music industry employee” and is most definitely a storyteller, did a really smart thing back in the ’80s: He recorded conversations between his teenage self and his nagging parents. A friend, who isn’t a
BROKEN is the new stop motion short from director Adam Ciolfi and was inspired by the cult movie classic The Brain That Wouldn’t Die (1962). BROKEN tells the story of a damaged robot who attempts to keep his companion alive after a catastrophic accident. BROKEN was an independent production