Cool 3D World is a YouTube channel that quickly became infamous for uploading some of the weirdest videos on the web. The Dreaming Boy is a good video to start with while you decide whether or not you want to work your way up to the stuff you’ll later regret seeing.
A coming of age story that it so far off the beaten path that it may not even be a coming of age story.
An alien figure seeks to take the life of his bound and sightless victim.
Dave, an aging astronaut teams up with a sentient cantaloupe on the first ever Mars mission.
This concept piece is currently being made into a full-length television series, and the team has turned to crowd funding to help cover the costs. If you’d like to help the cause, please visit their Kickstarter page.
Content Warning: This short contains some cartoon nudity.
Walter leads his wife, Diane, through a minefield to find a time capsule he left forty years ago.
CONTENT WARNING: This short contains some strong violence.
David Blair’s contribution to the 1996 compilation feature film is pretty out there. The narrator reads a tale of telepathy, invasion, and survival while CGI figures spin across the screen.
This is the first episode in a series by weird animator Jack Wedge called “Domo the Destroyer”. There’s some live-action footage of a snake drinking water from a glass, and an animation of a demonic-looking bunny receiving a package in the mail.
Content Warning: This short contains strong language.
While making My Winnipeg (2007), was inspired to create this fictional short. In it a man converts music from the Aurora Borealis into video, and broadcasts the imagery throughout Canada.
CONTENT WARNING: This short contains some nudity.
Less than a month ago reaction channels unearthed this monstrosity from deep within YouTube. The idea alone isn’t incredibly weird, but the ambiguity of the intent behind creating this video makes many wish they could simply unsee it.
Two astronauts are stranded on an Earth-like planet where the biome appears chaotic, but actually behaves in an orderly, mechanical way. This short originally aired on the Cartoon Network’s “Adult Swim.”