I like this cute short film from animation studio Simpals called 'Dji. Death fails' because it shows how the Grim Reaper can be bad at his job too. Death, he's just like us! The Grim Reaper thinks he has easy pickings when a driver careens off the road but ends with death escaping, well, death.
It's been over a decade since the Lord of the Rings trilogy wrapped up and we're still totaling the body count. After all those sweeping battles and that epically long journey, Digg Video tallied up the death toll and it's an insane 212,470. I guess those movies were pretty long, right?
The end of your own existence is actually a blessing in disguise, says this short animation by Dice Productions selected for the Encounters Film animation festival. Wait no, actually, what is saying is that death really sucks because it doesn't make sense. And they are right.
It's hard to keep track of what could kill you these days but if you really want to know, it's basically everything. College Humor created this dark comedy animation bit where the Grim Reaper waxes poetic on all the things that can kill a person from A to Z. It's a reminder to not avoid life when living.
Few people make killing people look as entertainingly graphic and creatively brutal as Quentin Tarantino does in his movies. All of his films, from Reservoir Dogs to Django, are notorious for violent deaths that sometimes number in the hundreds. Watch them all in this supercut by Jaume R. Lloret.
People are constantly getting murdered on Game of Thrones. The whole show is just people trying to kill each other. Here's every on-screen death in season 4. It's bloody disturbing. Warning: Spoilers (DUH)
Here's a fascinating look at the different causes of death across all age groups in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This is data from 2010—the latest compilation. There's many more interesting graphics.
The story of Frane Selak is so unbelievable that you’d walk away from a movie, heck, a documentary of his life thinking it was too unrealistic. But it’s not. It’s a true story. Selak cheated death seven times. He survived a train crashing into a frozen river, a plane crash by getting sucked out of the door, a bus…
The best way to catch up with Game of Thrones before Season 4 starts? By watching this amazing supercut of every single on-screen death in the series so far. Made by Digg Video, it's a bloody gore-y mix of swords, spears, arrows, bare hands, etc. ripping apart flesh and ending human life. There's a total of 5,179…
Argentina's beaches are getting quite dangerous during the southern hemisphere's summer. 70 people were injured by a swarm of piranhas about two weeks ago and now lightning has killed three teens and injured 22 people in a seaside spa of Villa Gesell, a coastal town in the province of Buenos Aires. Earth can be quite…
It may seem impossible at this point, but humans keep enhancing their ability to kill others using guns. Example: the new Advanced Ballistics Concepts' new Mi-Bullet, a projectile that expands into four connected parts as soon as it's fired. The mechanism—shown in the video—is very clever, making it very hard to miss…
Norway's got a major corpse problem that isn't going away anytime soon. Literally—they won't rot. What's the culprit behind this profusion of bodies that refuse to take their place in the circle of life? The same thing that's also working to keep your sandwich fresh: plastic wrap.
The Black Plague killed about 30 million people in five years, 16,427 per day. The Global Flu Pandemic killed 82,137 per day. But that's nothing compared to the damage humans inflicted upon other humans: 70,000 people were killed in five seconds on August 6, 1945, in Hiroshima, Japan. Here's the horrible ranking of…
Yesterday, a 19-year-old kid died when a remote helicopter partially decapitated him at Calbert Vaux Park, Brooklyn. It seems like a really terrible way to die, but it could have been worse—like literally dying from pain while having your testicles squeezed really hard. What's the worst death you can imagine?
A baseball fan died after falling 65-feet from a concourse at the Braves' Turner Field stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. Another one died when he fell from a stairwell in the same stadium in 2008. And a student was killed in another fall at the Georgia Dome in 2012. There was a common element in these two cases, though.
It's so hot in America, people are about to just give up and die. Maybe you can help save millions of lives by sharing your "beat the heat" tips? Yes, you can do that. Just mop the sweat off your hands and computer and face, and quickly type your favorite cool ideas before you melt into a puddle of blood and sweat…
Death is coming for all of us, but a Wyoming man likely got an extra 38 years thanks to his wife not letting him buy a motorcycle. But she finally relented, and he bought a Harley after four decades of longingly visiting the Harley shop, and then he collided with a truck and died.
Pet cats have so many diseases! Yet people continue to keep cats in their homes. A new study proves that an alarming percentage of pet felines have tuberculosis, and there is concern the terrible disease could spread to humans.
James Gandolfini died of a heart attack after an epic meal at his hotel in Italy, including double orders of mayonaise-covered fried shrimp, a pile of foie gras, two rums cocktails with a side of four shots of rum, plus beer and etc., etc.