Don’t need to answer that because, there is only one answer: it is freaking awesome. Don’t believe? Just watch what YouTube channel ImmersionVFX did with some fight scenes from John Wick.
Feeling nostalgic about the 80s? Well, however nostalgia you are about the 80s, I pretty sure it wouldn’t be half as strong as this unnamed man who had converted his home’s basement into an 80s video rental store.
Tesla Cybertruck has a polarizing design that straight up went viral. And why wouldn’t it be? It is practically a geometric shape on wheels. It is so geometric that many can’t help but to poke fun at it, including LEGO.
I have absolutely no idea why this is happening, but here it is anyways, the G-Shock x nanoblock collaboration movie, “ice hockey version”. It is only 46 seconds short and so, it is hardly a movie per se. It’s more like a clip.
It is no secret that LEGO celebrates everything. From the launch of movies to products’ birthday to history milestones, the maker of the world’s famous bricks never stop celebrating. And the latest celebration? Well, it was the 40th anniversary of LEGO Space Themes. Yup. That too.
Good news. Gymkhana TEN wasn’t the last of Ken Block’s tire-shredding video and also, Pikes Peak wasn’t the first and last of Climbkhana either. It is a good thing because, now we have the second installment of Climbkhana.
Making a stop motion video of cooking meals with non-edible stuff like gadgets and whatnot offers a surreal watching experience. “Cooking up” a pizza with LEGO elements, also in stop motion, takes that surreal experience to the next level.
Remember the “Boston Dynamic” robot parody by the FX folks from Corridor Digital? Well, it has a brilliant follow up. This time, the robot underwent a tactical shooting training while, you guessed it, subjected to barrage of abuses by its “trainers.”
“Lifting A Truck With Drones” is not a click bait title. At least, it is not as far as a video posted by Swedish commercial vehicle maker Scania is concerned. If you ask me, I’d say it is not real.
Can LEGO Technic Control+ app as used in the new LEGO Technic 42100 Liebherr R 9800 be use to control the real-life 800-ton behemoth? Well, that was what LEGO engineers and prominent LEGO master builder Sariel had come together to find out.