Complex light shows are much more common at Christmastime than Halloween, but this guy Naperville, Illinois doesn’t care – his Halloween light show blows just about everything else out of the water. Here’s his version of “Hells Bells” and “Bohemian Rhapsody”.
Watch Eric Clapton, Keith Richards and Others Perform at Chuck Berry’s 60th Birthday Concert in 1986
Rock & roll wouldn’t be what it is today without Chuck Berry. Everyone knew that as far back as 1986, when a group of big-name rock stars performed with him for his 60th birthday. Watch some classic clips from “Hail! Hail! Rock ‘n’ Roll”.
Every now and then a contestant blurts out something dirty on “Family Feud”. They just had an all-timer recently, when a woman was asked which part of her husband’s body she would change if she could. You won’t believe what body part she said.
Why is even the worst slice of pizza still undeniably delicious? This above video explains the chemistry behind each of the individual ingredients and how they all come together for a symphony of amazing taste.
Sneaky sneaky! A police officer pulled a kid over with a couple friends – and a frisbee – in the car, and in a roundabout way tried to get him to admit to smoking weed and having weed in his car.
Bill Belichick and his Patriots had little trouble with the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. But the head coach did have some issues with a microphone following the 37-22 victory.
This is why the Bruins don’t let Rene Rancourt wear skates. The Canucks’ national anthem singer decided to take things up a notch by skating while he performed. This turned out to be a terrible and hilarious idea.
The Beatles premiered a promo video for the iconic “Hey Jude” on this day in 1968. Click through to watch the original clip.
You know the feeling when you play a fighting game for the first time: you’re just making sure you have all the controls down, figuring out which buttons jump and block, and BAM your opponent “accidentally” punches you in the face. Then it’s ON! These guys just recreated that perfectly.
Bill Burr is well-known for his many routines on relationships with women, as well as being a football fanatic. So here’s his take on why he believes women are trying to take over the NFL from men.