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Friday Night Videos

Friday Night Videos: Many Bothans died to bring us this information

Think crazed fans trying to crash movie sets and take spoilerific pics and videos is a phenomenon of the Internet age? Think again, young padawan. (There’s no audio, so stop fiddling with your speakers.)

Friday Night Videos: Waiting for this moment

Yes, this one is five years old, but it’s still one of the best non sequitur commercials of all time. (Unless you’ve figured out what a gorilla channeling Phil Collins has to do with chocolate bars.)

Friday Night Videos: I said, “Good day, sir!”

That’s right – Friday Night Videos is back. And a certain candy manufacturer would like to have a word with you and your grandfather.

Friday Night Videos: Now I am the master

I don’t know if this is exactly how Steve Jobs’ life and career have unfolded, but I’d like to think that it is.

Friday Night Videos: The gold standard

The next time you look at your local nightly newscast and feel compelled to criticize the production values, just remember where we were in the 80s and how far we’ve come.

Friday Night Videos: Gamma House 2.0

You may think you have a lot of ceramic lobsters and fishnet hose-wearing fish in your house, but you’ve got nothing on this lady.

Friday Night Videos: Hotel California

Friday Night Videos: Hotel California

You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave.

Friday Night Videos: Just take the blue pill

Friday Night Videos: Just take the blue pill

When I started the Friday Night Videos feature, I didn’t say that they’d all be high-quality videos. Or entertaining. Or even tolerable. So with that mind, it’s Friday night. Here’s a video.

Friday Night Videos: It’s Tron

I watched “Tron: Legacy”again recently, which reminded me of this awesome song about the original film done by the “How It Should Have Ended” crew. Or at least I think it’s awesome

Friday Night Videos: To give a damn is illogical

Leonard Nimoy doesn’t put himself out there as often or as flamboyantly as William Shatner does, but when he does, it’s top-shelf stuff.