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.”
Wearing only his underwear, a perpetually-worried, magic-staff-wielding shepherd searches for his kidnapped dog.
Content Warning: This short contains violence and artistic nudity.
Bug-eyed Jamir finds his true love on the front page of a magazine, and that’s the most normal thing the plot of this short has to offer.
A bow hunter shoots an arrow through a rabbit, and gets something unexpected in return.
pictured this surreal and silent short (paid for by Prada) as a cinema poem. Several characters have a very similar experience, but slight differences tarnish reality with ambiguity.
An epileptic seizure-inducing experimental short that is blissfully devoid of American politics.
Fraser Munden was asked to make a short about himself. In the process he reenacted a scene from Kingpin (1996), and had Donald Trump sign his hat. Although it was clearly made to promote the internet release of his short The Chaperone (2013), it’s coherent enough to be a short of its own, and incoherent enough to be shared here.
With Halloween coming up it only made sense to feature a short in the horror realm. There were many to choose from, but How to Make a Nightmare (2014) came out on top. It is truly the makeup of nightmares.
This week’s pick is an atypical portrayal of the final moments of a Canadian war hero. The entire short was shot with a 35mm black and white camera. The film was then scratched, boiled, painted on, and more to make a short that is truly unique.