From the creators of Happy Tree Friends, Mondo Mini Shows has launched a whole new series, The God and Devil Show. Different celebrities show up on a talk show hosted by God and the Devil themselves. So far the guests have included Angelina Jolie, Britney Spears and Walt Disney. At the end of each episode the guest may be sent to heaven or hell.
In this episode God’s reunited with his first love… is it Madonna or The Madonna?
I just couldn’t help sharing this when I saw it in my email. Apparently Mr (or is it Mrs really?) Orange is found naked with Ms (or Mr, it’s hard to tell the gender of fruits) Banana half naked. Should this be called cross-racial or cross-breed relationship?
So there were ice-cream shooting cows and rabbit-like animals dancing. This time it’s the British Animation Award winning (for best comedy) ‘Simon’s Cat‘ brought to you by Tandem films director Simon Tofield. A hungry cat resorts to increasingly desperate measures to gain its owner’s attention. (All you cat owners out there will understand).
If you liked the oddly hipnotic Dancing Animals in love by Ben Meinhardt, you would probably like this one. Under Chaos is created by Vancouver Film School student Michelle Clement through the VFS Classical Animation program. It features a Winnie the Pooh-like cow who can makes ice-cream out of its body and it turned into a bloodbath milk bath when a huge group of children were asking for ice-cream.
P.S. If you have a dirty mind you would probably think of something dirty at the end of the clip.
Anthony J. Dusko has created funny little potato-like characters to help kids learn. The Notebook Babies features some simple animation, yet the silly little characters are proven to be effective when comes to education. The interesting part is, adults are hooked onto these animations as well. Somehow after watching these animation, people feel good. It has some kind of soothing effect, so if you are having a bad day, try watch a clip or two of Notebook Babies. (Don’t ask me why)
Yes, the Notebook Babes is kind of like the Teletubbies, but only better. (I still think whoever created the Teletubbies should be shot for causing viewers’ IQ to drop.).)
What you are seeing is a video created by Vancouver Film School student Ben Meinhardt through the VFS Classical Animation program. It features rabbit-like creatures dancing and having sex while one of them shoots out a rainbow from his behind. Wait for the “reality check” ending. For some reason I believe this video would be much more enjoyable when I’m high (not that I’m not enjoying the video without it).
Recently MTV commissioned Meinhardt to expand on this idea into “Perfectland” (Happy Tree Friends anyone?)