3 Brands Among Top 10 YouTube Videos of the Year

This year, Ylvis was a hero to most.The Norwegian duo's bizarre hit, The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?) was the biggest YouTube video of the year, at 273 million views and counting. Incredibly, Ylvis topped Harlem Shake, which was the Web video meme everyone was talking about for much of 2013. 

Zombies, Slaves and a Big Ass Spider Are Mashed This Week [Video]

Forget '70s remake Carrie, lurid '80s tribute act Escape Plan and the inevitable and inevitably disappointing The Fifth Estate.

Tide Is Using 7 Vines for Halloween—a Killer Time of Year for Social Video

Talk about low-hanging fruit (perhaps blood oranges). Tide has debuted a fun, seven-part Halloween campaign using Vine, Twitter's increasingly popular six-second mobile-social video platform.

Meet Andrea Morales, the Screaming Star of That Crazy Carrie Video

Ten days ago, she was another mostly unknown actress in New York City. Since then, 40 million people have watched her scream her lungs out and lift a grown man halfway up a wall with her telekinetic powers.

Adweek’s Top 10 Commercials of the Week

Horror-Movie Stunt With Freaky Telekinetic Girl Is Frighteningly Good

Prankvertising can be annoying. Aggressively messing with people for questionable purposes is, after all, obnoxious behavior. But when it promotes something that is intended itself to be scary, it can be irresistible.