Riding a bike without a helmet or other protective gear is already a risky idea. But climbing aboard a custom-built bike packed with 1,000 rockets while you’re protected by nothing but a fireproof slab of foam strapped to your back is risk on a whole other level—even if you’re a semi-pro mad scientist like Colin Furze.
What do you do with a 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer that’s bound for the crusher? You do everything within your power to destroy it further, that’s what. Blast over rocks. Jump it. Run into a tree. Shoot, get out some explosives and blow it up. The Lancer will just laugh at your feeble human attempts to destroy it.
Mega Bloks, those weird, distant-cousins of Lego, have gotten surprisingly elaborate over the past few years. In fact, they’re the only way you can build your own official Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 vehicles and boats like the folks from Glorious Eye Candy—who then blew them all up in front of a high-speed camera.
This morning a young Australian woman had a bomb strapped to her freaking neck in what seems to have been an extortion attempt. Terrifying. Luckily the bomb squad saved the day. But how exactly do they safely kill bombs dead?
If you believe Hollywood stunt coordinators, gas trucks are everywhere and your family sedan's a light tap away from turning into an all-consuming fireball. With your help, we've ignited this list of the ten cheesiest fake Hollywood vehicular explosions.