Archive for the ‘As Seen On Youtube’ Category
Usually, I’m pretty content with just showing off cool new NERF blasters without knowing the details of their operating mechanism, but this educational video from YouTube Channel engineerguy shows how a particular pistol-style NERF blaster functions. It’s actually pretty cool to see how this particular model works.
Only 5 more days!
Corridor Digital utilized Parrot’s MiniDrones to produce this Dredd-inspired action short where the machines have clearly replaced humanity and are inspired in their daily lives by our action movies.
SilencerCo recently released this 80s-inspired pseudo-parody of Miami Vice which shows off their new Maxim 9 integrally suppressed pistol. It’s a real steel gun, but I wouldn’t be shocked if a unique design like that ends up with an airsoft version sometime in the future.
Champion Shooter Jerry Miculek tests out spin cocking the Model 1887 lever-action shotgun on a live range, as seen in Terminator 2 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. He also manages to throw a Back to the Future reference into the intro sequence.
The official ‘Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6′ YouTube channel uploaded a pretty cool video of Gator from Firebase Combat Studies Group showing MissMagitek the ins and outs of room clearing at the Alliance Police Training Facility in Ohio.
A total classic.
YouTuber Benjamin Combes has created a supercut of every death caused by Jean-Claude Van Damme across his various movies.
It’s been a while since I’ve shared what should be considered the ultimate Operator theme song.
The post from back when I originally posted this:
This is a song by the band Psychostick called ‘Obey the Beard’. The video was done in Source Film Maker using Team Fortress 2 character models. Brand new operator theme song anyone?
It’s been almost a year since this little bit of hilarity was released, so I figured it was worth putting up again.
The title says it all. Pretty impressive display.
Have you ever wondered how many punches Jason Statham has thrown through his various on-screen appearances? Well, YouTube channel Burger Fiction did, and as a result they put together this video showcasing every single time Statham has thrown a punch in a movie.
I haven’t seen these yet, but I’ll have to pick up a few for myself. They look pretty interesting.
For those who don’t know, Roderick “Roddy” George Toombs, better known by his professional name Rowdy Roddy Piper, passed away in his sleep yesterday in his Hollywood home. Although TFB has some knowledge of his wrestling career, we know him best for his ionic role as John Nada in the 1988 sci-fi classic, They Live. As such, we’re reposting one of many iconic scenes from that film, and in our opinion the greatest fight scene ever put to cinema:
Warning: Loud shouting, so turn down those speakers.
In this episode of MAN AT ARMS, they forge the Bride’s Hattori Hanzō Katana from Kill Bill. Impressively, they use largely traditional Japanese techniques to process the ore and forge the blade.
The real question is, can it handle the double diamond slope?
CarniK Con has posted a new video just yesterday, detailing a couple of weapons produced by the now-defunct Daewoo Group under Daewoo Precision Industries.