Boobs. They'll sell anything. Excusing the oxymoronic ad-before-an-an idiocy of pre-roll video ads, this new effort from RGS, a Russian entity that...well, we have no idea what they do because we can't read their website and we're too lazy to use a translation service. But that's besides the point.
The only thing that matters here is boobs. Big boobs. Small boobs. Painted boobs. Crashing boobs. Yes, crashing. The boobs in this ad are bounced, fondled, handled and, well, tossed in every direction to illustrate, well, something about crashing motor vehicles.
It's certainly an interesting tactic for calling attention to...well, something. Yea, there's likely a double meaning on the word boob in there somewhere.
When you think of affiliate marketing, do you think of a 22 year old guy sitting around his house with his mother in the background nagging him to clean his room? Some think that's the case more often than not causing one to ask, "can you count on your affiliate network to be there when you need them?"
That's the question posed by affiliate.com in this video that has the aforementioned 22 year old guy sitting around his house blowing off customer calls and focusing on the only this that really matters to him: the money he just received from his advertisers and the amount of partying that check will fund.
This is beyond awesome! A new short film asks if you don't agree with gay lifestyle, why would you then support prop8 and spare them from a life of wedded misery?
This interesting piece of reverse logic, Devin & Glenn, stars Justin Long and Mike White as a gay couple. Directed by Furlined team Will Speck and Josh Gordon, the 3:30 video also features Tom Arnold and Nora Dunn.
"What happens when you mix high fashion, Chelsea Flower Show and naked models? You get the BrandAlley's Chelsea Flower Show Flashwalk."
And that precisely explains this new work from BrandAlley for the 2010 Chelsea Flower Show.
Paint and nudity. What's not to love?
An understanding girlfriend. A sympathetic boss. A pitch. An awesome TV. Those are just a few of the ingredients for the ultimate man cave which every man worth his salt will need come the World Cup. Or at least when the English play which is what this English Best Buy commercial is pimping.
Best Buy, of course, has everything a man could possibly need for the creation of the ultimate man cave: astro turf, plasma TV, goal net, Sky HD box, arm chair, shelves, tables, speakers, iPOd dock, Nintendo, PS3, dart board, remote control curtains, draughtmaster, Roomba, megaphone, Shake-A-Weight, pizza oven and lots more.
Check out the video to see how it all comes together. It's got it all. Except an interior designer.
Not sure what this proves other than the fact you can get a classroom full of students to move in a choreographed manner but, hey, it's for a good cause. It's to call attention to the UK's Childline which, among many other things, is there for you when you're feeling stressed out about an exam.
The video was produced by 3angrymen for ChildLine and choreographed by Imogen Knight.
Back in the day, it was fun to watch all those Diet Coke and Mentos videos that illustrated the explosive power of this particular combination. It was innocent. It was organic. Even the fancy EepyBird-created stuff was fun.
But what made it so much fun was the fact Coke thought it was a stupid idea and that they'd rather have people drink their product than use it as an entertainment ingredient.
Yes. Those were the days.
Captain Enchilada Sauce. Chicken Woman. Flex Tortilla. Crunch Boy. Super Reduced Fat Sour Cream. Commander Seasoned Beef. Fantastic Rice. Incredibean. Steak Maximus. Dr. Steve Value. And the Fortress of Flavor.
Yea. It's the Super Delicious Ingredient Force from Taco Bell. Their mission? To rid the world of "minuscule meals of mediocrity" from the "Cruddy Combo Clan." Complete with an El Camino, the SDIF races to the "cruddy cuisine crime scene"
Complete with the Six Million Dollar Man sound effect and super hero PSA, this work from DraftFCB Chicago hits on every last metaphor and meme.
Episode one is here. Future episodes can be found here.
We love it. But those site rollover sound effect get pretty annoying after a while.
SureMen has launched a football (soccer) sweepstake promotion, SureMen Last 8 Sweepstake, which offers football fans the chance to win cash if their chosen team reaches the World Cup finals in South Africa.
Touting the product, SureMen teamed with model maker Andy Gent to create yet another Rube Goldberg-style machine. The machine follows a football which makes a journey past a host of landmarks, representing some of the 32 nations competing in South Africa. References from previous tournaments make appearances throughout the video, as the football knocks over the leaning tower of Pisa, dodges Spanish bulls, and sets Godzilla trampling down a series of skyscrapers.
You've seen them. Video game commercials. If they aren't of the epic movie preview genre then it's usually two game geek guys sitting on a couch staring into the camera while playing the game.
Not so with Activisions racing game, Blur. nope. No game geeks here. Just hot women in crop tees and cut of shorts catfighting their way to a win.