A viral video is one that becomes popular through the process of Internet sharing, via social media, sharing sites, or good ‘ole email. Everyday we highlight some of the best that are currently viral and some that are trending that way.
Today’s videos feature a mash-up of Skyrim and real life, a plaid rap, a beautiful animated movie trailer, and Lebron James being interviewed by british children.
If Skyrim and real-life had a baby it would look like this. What I love about the video is how it shows the ridiculousness of everything you do in the Elder Scrolls games.
I think I saw this show in the movie Idiocracy, right after the ‘OW, MY BALLS‘ segment. Seriously, if you were a semi-respectable television news personality…why would you do this?
This animated movie looks to have an intriguing plot, and the animation is jaw-droppingly beautiful. Can’t wait to see it release.
For whatever reason, Lebron James did an interview with children who are the young fans of the Liverpool Football Club. I have to hand it to Lebron, he knew how to make the designation of “football” and “American football”. The british kids are pretty adorable too.
A double dose of Skyrim related awesomeness today. This man did a chant-over, and used all sorts of various instrumentals for this remix.
I’m going to make a bold prediction for the year 2012; Hand Dancing is really going to catch on before the apocalypse in December.
I was bit skeptical going into this video, but it turned out pretty funny. Love that plaid has a gang sign.
This isn’t Mario Kart, nothing to see here…move along. No, this is “Mole Kart“
Keep rocking Wolf Blitzer, no one knows how to conduct a creepy interview like you.
There are movies about people that don’t come close to the emotional impact of this video. You’ve earned your rest 1972 Ford 3000.
The commercial itself is a bit corny, but the functionality is pretty neat. Guys no longer have to fumble around if they try and buy clothes for their girlfriend/fiance/wife. Just go check her bodymetric (if it isn’t password protected).
If you root for quirky video games to succeed like I do, then you’ll support Rhythm Heaven Fever on the Wii. Because nothing is quirkier than monkeys high-fiving each other around the second hands of a clock.