Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Video Round-Up: December 23, 2015

In this web exclusive clip from HBO's Last Week Tonight, host John Oliver shares some tips on the art of regifting, aka getting rid of your horrible Christmas gifts.

1960s Aretha Franklin-Style Cover of Adele’s 'Hello’ - Singer Maiya Sykes and the Postmodern Jukebox Band spice up Adele's chart-topping emotional balled "Hello" with some Aretha Franklin-era Soul.

Barack Obama Sings Drake’s 'Hotline Bling’ - President Barack Obama "sings" Drake's latest hit song, "Hotline Bling," in the latest "BaraksDubs" mashup video by Memphis-based video editor, Fadi Saleh.

The Best Animal Fails of 2015 - Fail Army presents a collection of the year's best fail videos involving cute and clumsy animals of all kinds.

The Best (and Weirdest) Japanese Commercials of 2015 - JPCMHD put together this entertaining compilation of the year's best Japanese television commercials, from cute, to funny, to truly bizarre.

These Burglars Really Want Tacos - The Frijoles & Frescas Grilled Tacos restaurant in Las Vegas, Nevada turned security camera footage of a recent robbery into an amusingly clever commercial.

Cat vs. Dog Kung Fu Battle - When their human leaves the house, a cute cat and dog battle each other kung-fu movie-style in the latest short film from visual effects artists Sam Gorski and Niko Pueringer of Corridor Digital.

Dancing Dog Has Impressive Rhythm - This happy dog appears to "feels the vibration" as he dances along to Marky Mark and The Funky Bunch's '90s pop rap hit, "Good Vibrations."

Dogs vs. Feather Pillow - Erica Cook came home from work to discover that her cute dogs, Leo and Cindy, completely obliterated a feather-filled pillow while she was away.

How to React to Bad Christmas Gifts - To prepare you for Christmas morning, Los Angeles-based comedy group, Genuine Jerks, illustrates a series of ways you can hide how you really feel after opening horrible Christmas presents.

Movie Title Drug Deal - The Fine Brothers teamed up with Brooklyn-based comedy group, POYKPAC, to bring back their "Movie Title" comedy series where stories are written and acted out using only the titles of movies as dialogue. In this episode, a drug deal goes down using 160 movies titles.

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