Lot's of videos to get through today, so we'll be brief with the introduction. In today's "Best Videos" edition, you'll see Radiohead, Darren Aronofsky's anti meth ads, a dodgeball ninja, instructions on how to troll a predator and a few more.
Trolling a predator is much, much better if you do it in Batman costume:
Chris Hansen would be proud. Next up is the trailer for the upcoming documentary on the Anonymous group who hack everything from here to Kingdom Come:
Today, Radiohead announced their King of Limbs performance as part of the "From the Basement" series will be sold in DVD format. Here's a video of them performing "Bloom," which will appear in the DVD:
If you've ever wondered what would be a great way to prank Best Buy, look no further:
Next up is the most amazing use of computer-generated imagery since perhaps ever, courtesy of Russell Howard's Good News, which is done in the vein of Tosh 2.0:
"It's like Avatar, in'it?" Have you ever seen a ninja play dodgeball? If not, prepare yourself:
Finally, we end with a somber, but effective note. What we have are four public service announcements against methamphetamine, and when you consider the director's approach, it's no wonder they are so damn effective, if not completely uncomfortable:
No, those may not be the most comfortable videos ever created, but that uneasiness is what helps make the message so very effective.