How To with Joel and Adam "Congratulations. You’ve discovered the “description” section for the ‘How To’ videos. This is the section were we presume some sort of description is suppose to take place. But, unfortunately we’re not really that good at typing long drawn out descriptions of things. That’s kind of why we make videos - so we don’t have to type. We don’t even really know where most symbols on a keyboard are. Really. You know those little dots things? You know, the dot things that go above letters when you’re speaking Dutch? We have no idea how to make that happen. Not that we plan on speaking Dutch or anything. Just saying.
You know what nobody reads? Terms of Service. Nobody reads the Terms of Service. Why don’t we pretend that this is a Terms of Service, then we can both go on our way. Deal? Deal.
You’re still here.
Ok, that’s cool. We can keep typing as long as you can keep reading. …You know what’s cool? Outside. You should go there. It has fresh air and animals. You love animals. We can tell from your video history log. …By the way, this might be a good time to mention that the ‘How To’ videos do actually come with a ‘terms of service’. And let’s say, you, by reading this, do agree with all of them… whatever those terms happen to be. Probably involves you sacrificing any privacy rights to your video history log or something. Sound scary. Umlaut! That’s what we was thinking about before. Umlaut. No idea how to type that. %. See, not even close."
The Strangerhood Welcome to the Strangerhood, a place somewhere between the surreal and the suburbs. It's a place where anything can happen, but can eight strangers figure out why it is happening to them?
A Simple Walk To celebrate the release of The Hobbit this month, Kerry Shawcross and Chris Demarais, two staff member of Rooster Teeth Productions (the producers of Red vs Blue, Immersion, and Achievement Hunter), will do in six days what took Frodo and Sam three movies to complete. They will walk the 120+ mile journey across New Zealand from the filming location of Hobbiton in Matamata to the filming location of Mount Doom, Mount Ngauruhoe. They will sleep on the ground, cross rivers, and of course, eat Lembas Bread. Documenting the entire journey on video, the two Rooster Teeth staff will prove that one does simply walk into Mordor.
Red vs. Blue In the distant future, two groups of soldiers battle for control of the least desirable piece of real estate in the known universe - a box canyon in the middle of nowhere.
The Slow Mo Guys Gav and Dan take on the world in Slow Motion! We shoot all of our videos in HD using high-speed cinema cameras and we highly recommend you watch them that way if you can!