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Topic: Griner

Poll: Your thoughts on 'Chevy Runs Deep'?

I hate to be one of those guys who rips a new marketing tagline the second it comes out of the gate, but there is just something straight-up awkward about…

LeBron has questions. Fans have answers.

There's no questioning the incredible artistry of LeBron James' new Nike spot from Wieden + Kennedy, but there sure is plenty of answering to do. James spends 90 seconds lobbing…

Writing across America: 5 greatest moments

This summer, freelance copywriter and Australian native Janeen McCrae embarked on the epic quest to bike across America, equipped with little more than her tenacity, unflappable sense of humor and…

Rum barons will not suffer a crocodile to live

The Australian wackiness continues today, as we follow Sony's alien bromance with the new spot below by Leo Burnett Sydney for Bundaberg Rum. A cabal of 19th century…

You could own the real Snickers ad costume

Gaze upon it in horror, ye mortals, for that is the original costume worn in the shiver-inducing Snickers Halloween spot shown below. Best of all, you can even place a…

Colonel costume could win you KFC for life

Still looking for a Halloween costume and wishing you could re-use that Tom Wolfe outfit from last year? Then slap on a white goatee, my friend, because you could win…

Rebellion traces GOP dystopia back to you

Putting yourself and your friends in fake news clips is a pretty dated viral technique, but MoveOn.org keeps the idea entertaining with its new anti-Republican effort for the Nov. 2…

Antoine Dodson hawking a sex offender app

Antoine Dodson continues to have far too much fun talking about rapists in his newest video collaboration, a commercial for the Sex Offender Tracker App (shown below). Sprinkling in a…

HP can turn babies into human cannonballs

Hewlett-Packard has come out with this well-crafted and surprisingly scenic new spot for its Web-connected printers, which have gotten so powerful, they can make a baby haul ass across the…

AdFreak's bloody collection of 'Saw' posters

In 2003, a group of Australian filmmakers created a 10-minute horror short that, within a year, would be fleshed out into one of the genre's most influential movies in a…

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