Video: The Inassailable Awesomeness of Overdrift

I know we’re all just getting to know each other here, so I thought this might help you get a better idea of my sensibilities. Created as a pilot for an online video competition, The Duncan Bros.’s Overdrift is the pinnacle in, well, all human endeavor, pretty much, synthesizing drift racing, archeology, dimensional travel, and dinosaurs.

While I’d like to say that if you don’t enjoy Overdrift we’ll never truly be able to be friends, I do have to admit that it helps to be familiar with the over-the-top enunciation and emoting of Asian action films and anime.

Duke out!

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9 Responses to Video: The Inassailable Awesomeness of Overdrift

  1. HornCologne says:

    Okay, so we can truly be friends!

    That rawks!

  2. Jasontheperson says:

    I’m reminded of the Anonymous Rex series of books where dinosaurs disguise themselves as humans. But that didn’t have drifting. Or the best fake facial hair money can buy. So this wins.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Wow. Oh. Wow. That was amazing.

    Wow…. It’s impossible to drive straight there. Wow.

    M

  4. halfsquatch says:

    It looks as though we can be friends.

  5. tylersweeney says:

    wear the eye patch old man. wear the funky, funky eye patch.

  6. Altidude says:

    “We’re all dinos here. Everyone drifts — all the time. It’s impossible to drive straight.”

    That video crossed over into another dimension of awesomeness, beyond our primitive understanding of awesome-physics.

  7. Skwid says:

    That is the most awesome thing in all the history of awesomeness.

  8. Joel Johnson says:

    Oh, it’s Channel101. I watched a couple you recommend. Pretty good stuff! Overdrift is still the best!

  9. Anonymous says:

    FYI This was entered as a contest for Channel 101: http://www.channel01.com

    Those folks over there make some Fantastic stuff. If you’re at a loss for what to check out, watch Your Magic Touched Me, Your Magic Touch Me: Nights, and Cautionary Tales of Swords first.

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