Ever wondered what it looks like to set a gas-filled camper on fire? Or drop a piggy bank on the running blades of an upside-down lawnmower? Or light 60,000 matches all at once? Wonder no more.
In the run-up to their second season on air, the folks at Danish TV show Dumt & Farligt (which literally translates to "Stupid and Dangerous") have released a sequel to Stupidity Captured at 2500 Frames Per Second — a fantastic highlight reel of things getting blown up/ripped apart/tattered to shreds/lit on fire in slow motion. Like the original, this movie was shot using a Vision Research Phantom Flex camera, a piece of video equipment capable of shooting scenes at over 2,000 frames per second and at 1080p resolution.
Full screen, hi-res, headphones if you got 'em.