CLICKBAIT: Local Fortnite servers, the CGI you missed, and medical answers by that guy from The Hangover

Clickbait is your weekly wrap up of interesting and must-watch videos you’ve missed this week. This list is produced as a result of procrastination, caffeine, and late-night YouTube link surfing. Some videos will amaze you and some will tickle your funny bone. Also, don’t forget to check out the secret link at the end of the article.

Do we need South African Fortnite servers?

The debate around local servers for online games has been going on for years. We all want faster ping times to put us on the same level as the players we battle against – especially in first person shooters and our beloved battle royale titles. Check out what Grant Hinds has to say about local servers for Fortnite. I for one really want to see local PUBG servers, what are your thoughts on this hot topic?

First ever Johnny Bravo VO recording uncovered

Butch Hartman, legendary voice-over artist for the show we all grew up with, Johnny Bracy. Recorded in 1996, this video footage shows the original team working at Cartoon Network on the first episode of Johnny Bravo. Featuring Seth MacFarlane, Mark Hamill, Jeff Bennett, and a few more familiar voices.

The movie CGI you probably missed

We know Hollywood is all glitz, glam, and CGI but it’s always interesting to see when technology is used in subtle was during the production of our favourite movies. In this video by YouTube channel WhatCulture, they take a look at some effects you probably didn’t even notice.

Alex Honnold on rock climbing

I’ve been enjoying GQ’s YouTube series where they get experts to break down various movie scenes. In this episode, professional rock climber and free-solo ascent master Alex Honnold breaks down rock climbing clips from various movies including Mission Impossible, Point Break, Star Trek V, Failure to Launch, Dark Knight Rises, Vertical Limit, and Cliffhanger.

Ken Jeong asks your medical questions

You know Ken Jeong, that guy from the Hangover that had you in stitches? Well he is a real-life physician. In this Wired video Jeong answers random medical questions from Twitter, like “Can you get the flu from a flu shot?”, “Can stress make you sick?”, and  “What’s E. Coli?” His answers may not always be what you expect.

Video Power With Johnny Arcade

Now here’s a blast from the past – 1990 to be exact. Back in the day, before we had things like the internet, we got our gaming info from magazines and TV shows like Video Power. With cartoons in between segments and video game tips and tricks, there was nothing better to do on a Saturday morning. Why am I craving Rice Crispies all of a sudden?

The Chemical Brothers – The Salmon Dance

This is one of the most iconic music videos from The Chemical Brothers, a musical duo from the UK, released in 2007. The beatboxing puffer fish gets me every time.







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