WARNING: This post could be considered NSFW if, for example, a homoerotic segway chasing a roller is inappropriate viewing where you work.
Ultimate Muscle Roller Legend is the first video in this, um, genre that I remember seeing. It blew my mind.
And here’s a glitchy* trip to the store.
(Recreated here by someone with a sufficient lack of dignity.)
Dauphin 007 turns down the funny dial, but cranks surreal up to 11.
Cyriak is becoming quite internet-famous for his surreal, fractal, looping After Effects animations of b-list TV celebrities and cows. My favourite is Cycles, where infinite teddy-bears invade Worthing sea-front. It just keeps getting better until Cyriak has nothing left to do but fade out on the madness…
Dayjob Orchestra like apples and remixing Star Trek episodes. Give it a minute…
Now have another: Turbo Lift
And now, a message from our sponsors…
I’m not really sure, but I think this may be the sequel to Thor.
Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared is not for the kids. And green is not a creative colour.
A typical Bollywood action scene has more insanity than Hollywood ever would.
Japan is the home of weird though. I should seek out more from there. This is from the parody Big Man Japan.
The monster designs are brilliantly ridiculous. Here’s another.
And a Japanese take on horse racing…
Machinima is an odd genre in its own right, but The Silly Adventures of Mr. Mochi is a bit… special.
David OReilly is probably the master of surreal CGI, and The External World is his Citizen Kane.
For a shorter fix, try The Story of Genki.
Do you know of any bizzaro videos to match or top these? Please leave a comment, I’d love to see them!
* While they aren’t intentionally weird, these painful-looking glitches from the game Skate 3 are pretty hilarious too. Here’s part 2 and part 3. You’ll be shaking from laughter after all that, if you’re anything like me!
I hesitated to add these because they are extra NSFW. Consider them a comment-reading bonus:
Willy Bum Bum: http://youtu.be/qrBj3u5dPgM
Trucker’s Delight: http://vimeo.com/7670880
Don’t look at me that way!