This supercut features some of the most fantastic sword duels in movie history. There’s something from every genre with Star Wars, Pirates of the Carribean, Kill Bill and The Princess Bride all sharing some sword-filled time on the screen. The action happens to a soundtrack of Santa Esmeralda’s cover of Don’t Let Me be Misunderstood, which makes it all perfect.

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Fallout and Skyrim are two very different games that take place in entirely different worlds. Here’s what happens if you mash those two worlds together and set their characters against each other. It’s Fallout‘s Vault Boy versus Skyrim‘s Dovahkiin and it will make you wish you could actually play this battle in-game.

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Here’s how you make sure your house will be the most popular house in the neighborhood. Roman Atwood likes to play pranks, and this one he pulled on his wife. She came home to find out that he had turned their house into a giant ball pit. There’s even a trampoline you can jump into from the second floor balcony!

Safety third!

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These look like fluid forms but they’re actually static fibonacci sculptures created by John Edmark. By syncing the rate at which the sculptures spin to the shutter speed of the camera, it looks as thought they’re alive:

These are 3-D printed sculptures designed to animate when spun under a strobe light. The placement of the appendages is determined by the same method nature uses in pinecones and sunflowers. The rotation speed is synchronized to the strobe so that one flash occurs every time the sculpture turns 137.5º—the golden angle. If you count the number of spirals on any of these sculptures you will find that they are always Fibonacci numbers.

For this video, rather than using a strobe, the camera was set to a very short shutter speed (1/4000 sec) in order to freeze the spinning sculpture.

It’s absolutely mesmerizing and will have you hitting that play button over and over as you try to figure out just what is really in front of your eyes.

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Here’s your first look at iZombie, the new CW show adapted from the DC/Vertigo comic series by Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas. The lead character, Olivia Moore, is played by Rose McIver with Robert Buckley, Malcolm Goodwin, and The Vampire Diaries’ David Anders rounding out the cast.

The show is set to debut on The CW March 17, 2015.

See the trailer after the break along with a lengthy series synopsis.

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The latest wondrous weapon created by the talented team behind Man at Arms is the Dante’s Rebellion Sword from the game Devil May Cry. It’s up to their usual standards, crafted to be both a genuine weapon that could lop off your head while still staying true to what was seen in the game. They seem to have a particularly gross bit of fun at the end, slicing up the heads of innocent zombies. Those guys never stood a chance.

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Everybody knows that New York is the Ghostbuster’s original stomping ground, but what would happen if the movies had been set in a different city? Like Tokyo?

YouTube user Nacho Punch answered that question by transporting the Ghostbusters to a 1980’s version of Tokyo, and the resulting video–which looks rather appropriately like an anime cartoon–is definitely a fun one to watch. Trust me, these Ghostbusters have a whole mess of Yokai to catch.

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MacGyver was fun and entertaining when it originally aired, and the cobbled together creations on the show are now a thing of myth and legend. That intro though…so cheesy.

Enter Mario Wienerroither, who took the intro, removed the music, and added in a whole bunch of weird sound effects. Now it’s reached an entirely new level of hilarious weirdness. Also, MacGyver is still awesome and I’d take him over modern action heroes anytime.

See the new version and the original after the break.

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I had no clue that 17×17 Rubik’s cubes even existed, but Kenneth Brandon is a real pro at solving them. He recorded himself solving one of these monstrous cubes, and the full video comes out at nearly 8 hours! If you don’t have that much time to watch a YouTube clip, you can watch a time-lapse version as well. Frankly, I felt a little embarrassed watching Brandon’s video: I can’t even solve a normal Rubik’s cube, and this guy makes solving a 17×17 cube look like a total blue milk run! Maybe I should start practicing more.

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Batman and Superman will coming to the big screen together in 2016, but that’s awfully far in the future. Luckily, you don’t have to wait to see a fan made take on the DC Comics duo. BrickFlix posted a black and white LEGO video featuring Batman fighting Superman in a battle to the death. Yes, you read that right. This LEGO short isn’t one for children to watch.

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