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The Vaccines "Melody Calling" (Karan Kandhari, dir.)

Getting the gist of this split-screen Vaccines video might require a lip-reader, since those helpful subtitles just when you need them both. But, the other video to play...

The First 30 Videos Aired on MTV's Launch Day in 1981

Vh1.com has a special feature up today with embeds of the first 30 videos ever played on MTV... As you could guess, there's some forgotten gems in there...

Coheed And Cambria "Number City" (Jonathan Chong, dir.)

DIY teddy bear surgery in this beautifully designed and executed stop-motion video.

The Flight "Hangman" (Jeremy Stewart, dir.)

Jeremy Stewart from STILLANDMOVING.TV produced, designed, and animated this video which ripples with a mix of Gothic horror and steampunk touches.

Nirvana "Heart-Shaped Box [director's cut]" (Anton Corbijn, dir.)

The vaults were scoured for the upcoming In Utero box set and one of the rarities unearthed was this director's cut of Anton Corbijn's "Heart Shaped Box"...

Flume "Insane" (Angus Lee Forbes, dir.)

A woman gets on her bike to motor her way through a desolate midnight city, climaxing with a sci-fi portal that results in a crashing finale. [via MTVU.com]Get More: www.mtvu...

If Justin Timberlake Reunites with 'Sync for his VMA Video Vanguard...

... then what are the odds that Britney Spears inducts him?My guess is "slim to none," but stranger things have happened on the VMA stage. A more likely candidate...

Director Thom Glunt Joins BHC Films

BHC Films welcomes director Thom Glunt, to their roster of producers and directors. Raised in Chicago, Thom brings a talent for creating fantastical...

Five Knives "Vive Le Roi" (Ace Norton, dir.)

Never invite kids to a dinner party. Especially if they're prone to levitation and other supernatural powers. Behold "Vive Le Roi," a surreal video about a...

Elmore Leonard and the 10 Rules of Writing

Elmore Leonard died today. He probably wrote more books than you've personally read. He specialized in crime novels, usually with a doublecross and always with pitch...

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