Best Youtubers Around For Every Viewer

So, you want to delve deeper into the world of YouTube and experience some of the entertainment provided by its creators? Finding a starting point in a situation like this might seem like a confusing task, if not even a little bit difficult. YouTube entertainment is no longer resumed solely to cat videos, high-pitched Fred-like impressions, and funny amateur skits. There are multiple communities, all of which have different experiences to offer to everyone. Without further ado, these are the best youtubers from every corner of YouTube entertainment.

Gaming

Best Youtubers - PewDiePie

Felix Kjellberg (PewDiePie) – Source

To watch: PewDiePie, jacksepticeye, Markiplier, Cryaotic

Undoubtedly, gaming truly exploded in the past few years and some of the biggest names on YouTube have built their Internet careers on this premise. The trend was arguably set by PewDiePie, who sits proudly at the top of the list of the most subscribed channels with an overwhelming 43 million.

During his ascension, several other youtubers followed the pattern with games such as Amnesia. Markiplier is thoroughly charming with his positivity and game diversity, jacksepticeye is for those who seek a lot of energy, and Cryaotic is a must-watch let’s-player for his calm demeanor, immersion, and dedication.

Beauty

Best Youtubers - Michelle Phan

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To watch: Zoella, Michelle Phan, Tanya Burr, Bethany Mota

If numbers are anything to go, these beauty gurus are at the top of the game. Zoella may be the most widely recognized name of the domain, having won several awards, released two books, and her own beauty brands. But you must absolutely give a shot to veteran Michelle Phan, the ever so lively Tanya Burr, and Bethany Mota, one of the three lucky youtubers to interview President Obama.

Vlogging

Best Youtubers - danisnotonfire

danisnotonfire (Dan Howell) – Source

To watch: Tyler Oakley, danisnotonfire, AmazingPhil, Jenna Marbles

Vloggers draw in huge audiences because of how relatable they are and because of their personal connection to viewers. If you wish an inter-personal connection with entertainers and enjoy mundane stories and fun activities, they are for you. Tyler Oakley is the best example for a vlogger, though he has the unfair advantage of being charmingly positive and enthusiastic.

In the case of danisnotonfire, each of his videos uniquely presents a particular theme, blended in with witty humor and dynamic sketches, while AmazingPhil prefers to enthrall audiences with stories of the strange events in his life. Finally, Jenna Marbles stands out from the crowd with her unfiltered and raw personality and her unwavering love for her dogs.

Movies & TV Shows

Best Youtubers - Nostalgia Critic

Nostalgia Critic (Doug Walker) – Source

To watch: Cinema Sins, The Film Theorists, Nostalgia Critic, Screen Junkies

You’re a movie/TV show junkie? These three channels are all about them and all three offer a different experience. If you want your movie watching to be completely ruined by nitpicking from now on, give Cinema Sins a try, the channel where all your favorite movies are deconstructed so their flaws can be pointed out in an eerily hilarious way. If you’re a fan of crazy theories and conspiracies, see if The Film Theorists can convince you that Movie X is hiding one in it.

Many of us know him as Nostalgia Critic, an old school movie reviewer who’s been around pretty much since forever. Today, his new reviews are released on Channel Awesome and League of Super Critics. Finally, for those who don’t have the time to watch 20-minute long reviews, get your spot-on and hilarious summary from Screen Junkies, the ones responsible for the famous Honest Trailers format.

Entertainment

Best Youtubers - IISuperwomanII

IISuperwomanII (Lilly Singh) – Source

To watch: The Fine Brothers, NigaHiga, Smosh, IISuperwomanII

Finally, if you want some laughs or entertainment that only YouTube can provide, these are your go-to channels. The Fine Brothers and their second channel REACT are all about putting kids, teenagers, adults, and elders face-to-face with things that can draw the most interesting of reactions out of them.

As for the laughter part, NigaHiga is one of those youtubers who combine humor with creativity in an astounding part, while SMOSH vastly relies on familiar tropes and gags that can surpass the borders of the Internet. Lastly, IISuperwomanII manages to bring stand-up comedy in the form of a video and gives it a refreshing twist by making it much more natural.

Euro 2012: Lego Recreations of the Tournament’s Greatest Moments

Have you been watching the 2012 European Championships? Yeah, me neither. But hey, this might pique your interest: a teenage football fan from Scotland has celebrated the (apparently very exciting) sports event by recreating some of the most memorable moments from past tournaments – in Lego! 18-year-old Graham Love spent four weeks painstakingly manipulating pint-sized plastic figures to make the stop-motion video, which he uploaded onto YouTube and which has went down a storm.

If you’re a footy fan, you may recognise some of the famous scenes receiving the Lego treatment in Love’s video: Cristiano Ronaldo weeping at Portugal’s Euro 2004 loss, for example, as well as David Trezeguet winning the tournament for France in 2000. He also leaves a question mark open for England’s performance this year. Well, we shall see (I’m sure I’ll read about it somewhere). Below are some screenshots from the video, and right at the bottom is the video itself. Enjoy. [Read more…]

20 of the Internet’s Finest Movie/TV Supercuts

A frequent visitor to the jam-packed corridors of YouTube is an ongoing trend that some people refer to as a “pop culture megamix” and what other, more sensible individuals call a “supercut.” “What is a supercut?” I hear you curiously questioning. Well, a supercut is usually defined as a video montage that exists to highlight and bring attention to an overused plot device or line of dialogue that has at some point or another plagued either television or cinema screens, or sometimes both. The montage typically acts as an overblown compilation of examples of a certain hackneyed movie/TV cliche being used by lazy screenwriters, with mini clips pasted together with monotonous/hilarious repetition. A supercut can also be person-specific (focusing on one actor or filmmaker’s quirks and tropes) or centred on a single TV show or movie.

The trend’s origins can be traced all the way back to 2006, after which it went viral, with hundreds of very imaginative and highly entertaining supercut videos uploaded to YouTube ever since. Below are twenty of the finest, assembled in no particular order. [Read more…]

“Pearl Necklace” – A Comedy Short by Zeke Mahogany

We’ve all had that boyfriend (well, I haven’t – I’m a heterosexual male who’s never been, erm, “curious”) who’s a bit of a rogue, a player, a scoundrel and, quite frankly, a mega-douche. They drink, they cheat, they play around with your step-sister and then later, once you expose them for their selfish wrongdoings, they make excuses: it’s always the alcohol, the drugs or, in some cases, peyote from Chief Red Beard. And then they come knocking on your door, claiming to be a changed man, begging for forgiveness, ready to shower you with sparkly gifts they probably got for half-price off eBay, fully expecting you to just take ‘em back, and the whole process just starts all over again.

This situation is imagined in a brand new short from YouTube comedy troupe Zeke Mahogany, entitled “Pearl Necklace.” The rib-tickling clip, which lasts a measly two minutes, features the comic talents of Mike E. Winfield and Melanie Merkosky as the feuding couple, who argue in the latter’s doorway, with hilarious results. It is one of over 25 sketches uploaded by Zeke Mahogany, many of which have been featured on, among others, ESPN, Huffington Post, Gawker TV and Failblog ever since the channel’s inception in September of 2010. Zeke Mahogany have also promised a new sketch every Monday, so make sure you subscribe for an amusing, possibly surreal start to each coming week. [Read more…]

Cleaning the Catbox Was Never So Fun

So this little gem appeared on YouTube in mid-January:

Turns out, I know the people who made it – a fabulous husband and wife team from Richmond, Virginia.  Trumpson1, the video brains behind the operation, answered some questions for me in regards to this catchy, fun video creation.

Why a chicken?

I just wanted to share what life at our house is like. [Read more…]