May 302013

This commercial for Prancercise was actually posted online last Christmas, but  has only erupted onto the viral video scene this week, amassing over 300,000 views.

The video is another example of a piece that is so bad, it’s good. 

Joanna Rohrback of Prancercise® shows viewers her four modes of Prancercise dancing–”a springy, rhythmic way of moving forward, similar to a horse’s gait and is ideally induced by elation.”

The dance routine is actually from 1989, but is “now available to the public for the first time,” appearing on Jezebel, UpRoxx, and TheWeek


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May 192013

Last month, nostalgia obsessed The Peterson went viral with their Remember 1999 In Ten Minutes Ultimate Montage, which now stands with over 1.9 million views. 

Fans simply couldn’t get enough of the blast from the past. For those wanting to go back in time even further, The Peterson had just debuted their latest pop culture compilation, this time focusing on the mid 1980′s


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May 022013

Back in 1985, Rocci Fisch for ABC News Radio interviewed a new up and coming band, The Beastie Boys. Now, animator Patrick Smith has brought the conversation back to life in this new short animation for the PBS show Blank On Blank. The video is already appearing on DailyOfTheDay, LaughingSquid, and Devour


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Feb 072013

Back in the 80′s, there were few things cooler than the Super Mario Bros. and the Ghostbusters. Now, twenty years later, the two popular franchises have finally been melded together by the genius mind of James Farr.

The nerd animator created this Super Mario Busters animation video that has garnered over 100,000 views in less than a week.


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Dec 052012

In honor of the new Nintendo Wii U,  made this outstanding computer animation tribute. Most people don’t know that Nintendo was gaming way back in 1885. They sold player cards back then. 

But since the 1980‘s, they have been always been at the top of video gaming. Nintendo History tells that nerdy story in glorious and explosive graphics.

Will the Wii U be a success? With most stores sold out currently, you can bet the new set of Super Mario will be one of the most sought after toys of the holidays. As usual.


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