I’m pretty sure this is what it would be like:
I don’t know how I found it. I don’t know where it came from, or why it was made. What I do know is that this four-part series by Ryan Trecartin, appropriately titled “A Family Finds Entertainment,” is the biggest mind fuck I’ve ever experienced on the Internet. I’ve included the rest below the fold. Watch if you dare, but I suggest that you bookmark this link first — you’re going to need it after Part 4.
Unicorn Chaser – keep hitting refresh until your brain regains its equilibrium.
I myself went through 10 refreshes of the Unicorn Chaser before proceeding to explore the other segments. And yes, I realize that on the video titles it says 5/5, as in, there are 5 parts. But THERE IS NO THIRD PART. Strange? Yes. Surprising? Absolutely not. It’s rumored that YouTube removed it because of someone getting shot/excessive nudity/the people at YouTube felt compelled to spare the masses.
While researching what happened to Part 3, I came across this review article, “My New Favorite Videos or a Litmus Test for Schizophrenia?” The author decided that since he is schizophrenic and understood the deeper meaning in the videos, it was both.
By the way, I’m sorry, Williamsburg. I almost feel guilty exposing you to this, but I had to. It’s like the video from The Ring or something.