It's this week's five best videos. We've got horror. Comedy. Space travel. Art film. Medieval. All the genres of film represented. It's a university level course, for free. All you have to do is watch, and you're Ebert.
"Hieronymus Bosch had a way of interpreting Biblical concepts that was somehow even more terrifying than actual Biblical concepts...Now Lee Stringle has put the Dutch painter's awful scenes in motion..."
"What would the dark ages be like if they had YouTube and everything looked like a Flash animation from 2002?"
"...a putrescent and unrelenting vision of gleeful self-harm [that] just might take the air in your lungs hostage for its entire run time."
"A fun game to play if you don't want to leave your house is to imagine that behind your door is not the earth, but some leering and impenetrable symbol hovering within a void. Now no one's gonna see your super cute outfit, or anything else, ever!"
"The cutouts from some other planet's pictorial encyclopedia greets a wandering astronaut as he bobs past star children and into some alien Earth Mother. It's all staged! You can see the set!"