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Jordan Mlynar

What I like to watch

Here is a collection of different shows, films, youtubers, and other forms of video that I think you should give a try.

Captain Disillusion

Captain Disillusion

Captain Disillusion makes incredibly clever, quirky, informational, and thought-provoking content with high production value. In the style of a educational science TV show (think Bill Nye, Beakman's World), Captain D debunks popular internet videos, viral social media pheomina, and sometimes even explores the darker side of sceptisism. Highly recomend giving him a a go!

Capt D's YouTube Channel | Wiki




Red Letter Media

Red Letter Media

Red Letter Media is a group of fully grown men that critique movies that were made for children. I orignally found them via a reddit post refering to their infamous Star Wars: The Phantom Menace Review, which is narrated by their character "Mr.Plinket". I find their sense of humor to be hilarious and their critiques to be fair and thought provoking. They have had a number of celeberties on the show such as Macaulay Culkin and even had Patton Oswald star in their film Space Cop. They have a number of reicuring show templates such as Half in the Bag and re:view all of which are worth the watch. If you like NSFW humor or just want to see an interesting movie review, the Red Letter boys are worth the watch.

RLM's YouTube Channel | Wiki | Website




One Punch Man

One Punch Man

I am not usually a big fan of anime. While I appreciate the effort and beauty of the animations, few have really entertained me enough to watch more than one episode or to go and search for other films by any certain studio. One Punch Man is one of the rare exceptions. While it sports a beautiful artstyle, it also hosts an incredibly wacky cast of one off villains and heroes. It is hard to express what makes this show so entertaining without spoiling plot points so I will just state its description from wikipedia: “...the story of Saitama, a superhero who, because he can defeat any opponent with a single punch, grows bored from a lack of challenge.”

Watch on Netflix | Watch on Crunchyroll | Wiki




Felix Colgrave

Felix Colgrave

I first found Felix’s work via his popular short film: “Double King” and I was instantly entranced with the smoothness and colors of the animation on top of the surreal characters and excellent sound design. His other work shares a similar level of quality and care to detail but in comparison to some of his more creepy works, I feel it is the best place to start since it is more easily digestible. If you are a fan of animation you will appreciate Felix's work.

Homepage | YouTube | Wiki | Patron




Sea Lab 2021

Sea Lab 2021

Sea Lab 2021 is one of those early Adult Swim shows that really shaped my love for random silly humor and instilled a love and interest for the content AS puts out. Much like its spiritual predecessor “Space Ghost Coast to Coast”, Sea Lab used old Hanna-Barbera cartoon clips and characters which were re-voiced and presented in a new humorous context. Very bizarro humor and definitely not for everyone.

Watch on HBO Max | Watch on Adult Swim | Wiki




How to with John Wilson

How to with John Wilson

Possibly one of the best recomendations for a show I have ever recived. John Wilson takes us on a journey into the streets of New York City (and sometimes beyond) and attempts to find out "how to" do a number of different tasks such as making small talk or how to properly split a check. Between interviews and footage of John's discoveries on the path to an answer, he uses humorous (and sometimes shocking) related B-Roll footage to help tell his story, often ending in a greater lesson than that of the "how to" you would have expected. If Game of Thrones and Westworld were not enough to get you to subscribe to HBO Max, How to with John Wilson may just be the push you needed.

Watch on HBO Max | Wiki




Nardwuar the Human Serviette

Nardwuar the Human Serviette

Nardwuar the Human Serviette is an underated (Canadian) national treasure. Since 1985 Nardwuar has used his unique and shockingly well reserched interview syle to gain the interest of and suprise some of the most well known musical artists in recent memory. Some examples include: Jay-Z, Slipknot, Snoop Dogg, Marilyn Manson, Lady Gaga, and of course, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard. Nardwuar is truly a definiton of preserverance. Not every interview went as smoothly as the ones I mentioned, however, he has continued to Doot doola doot doo what he does best.

Nardwuar's YouTube Channel | Wiki





Cunk on Earth

Cunk on Earth

Simply put, Cunk on Earth is a classic British comedy disguised as a high production value piece on the history of the world as we know it. Philomena Cunk (played by Diane Morgan), visits historic sites and interviews historians while sharing her rather creative thoughts and understandings of how things proceeded. Her incredible takes and misunderstandings on different subjects are presented hilariously dry and keep you as dazed and confused as she appears to be. If you are looking for a nostalgic British satire similar to Brass Eye or The Day Today, Cunk on Earth fits the bill.

Watch on Netflix | IMDB | Wiki




Mega64

Mega64

Similar to Nardwuar who is mentioned somewhere else on this page, the minds of Mega 64 are as great as they are underrated, and exactly like Nardwuar, they are well respected by members of the industry, so much so that they have significant members of the gaming community show up in their videos as either Cameos or just as friends adding their own footage to a project. The group is very funny, topical, and just wild enough to keep me coming back!

Mega64's YouTube | Homepage | Wiki