From Nike to Halloween ideas, here are the top 10 YouTube videos we tracked for the last week of October.
Note: Below each video, you can check out the complete Video analysis, Social Media analysis, and Influencer Analysis; powered by Vidooly’s powerful Big Data engine.
1. Best Reply To Pyaar Ka Punchnama | Female Version:
Internet has grown as India’s next response platform. Everyone from journalists to vloggers try to fill in the vacant shoes just to put forward their responses.
YouTube channel Vipra Dialogues created another masterpiece where they justified that there is always two sides of a story. Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 showed Indian audience most of girls in relationships turned out to be a gold-digger. Here is the perfect reply.
2. Nike: Snow Day
Every Nike campaign video created by Wieden + Kennedy Portland proves to be larger than life. This video features athletes from different sporting fields like Rob Gronkowski, Ndamukong Suh, Elena Delle Donne and others proving their metal in heavy snowfall. As winter season is almost here, Nike made sure that there is no excuse for exercise; even if it’s showing.
3. Everything We Think We Know About Addiction Is Wrong
We often wondered why addiction of drugs like nicotine and cocaine is so impenetrable. Either we blame on our self-control or just another friend in need for a lonely soul. YouTube channel In a Nutshell – Kurzgesagt adopted Johann Hari’s New York Times best-selling book ‘Chasing the Scream: The First and Last Days of the War on Drugs” to create a video where they decode everything we know about addiction.
4. “First democratic debate highlights: 2015” —- a bad lip reading of the first democratic debate:
Bad Lip Reading stole the hype created by First democratic debate this week. This video is actually better than the debate itself; with BLR fans commenting “So…When are your releasing the bad lip reading version?”
5. World’s Strangest Halloween Rituals:
If a festival celebrated by millions be termed as “Spooky”, then it has to be Halloween. Good Mythical Morning focused on different games played on this festive season and why they are the strangest Halloween traditions of all.
6. How I crashed the spectre premiere and after party James Bond style:
With only 3.5K subscribers on YouTube, James Ware is the new YouTube celebrity in making. He is responsible for creating most bizarre gatecrashing videos ever. This time, he visits the premiere at the Royal Albert Hall in London for the new James Bond movie called Spectre.
7. DIY Cute Pumpkin Ideas
Tomorrow is Halloween and the tradition of Jack-o-lantern is already dimming the city lights paving the way to the all the Halloweeners. There are different tastes when it comes to decorating a pumpkin where some like simple tradition, and some like to imply popular references. Uploaded on October 26th, this video has generated more than 800 thousand views.
8. How Much Pain Can You Handle?
It’s proven that while delivering a baby, mothers feel the maximum amount of pain. AsapSCIENCE came up with another video which defines the physical limits of man. Once considered as an infamous act used by Nazi government, watch Mitchell Moffi and Gregory Brown go down some insane procedures to test human times.
9. What Happens When You’re About to Die?
Being vicarious by observing more blood and guts movies from the solace of your home is very easy. Be that as it may, envision, for a minute, what it might feel want to have a slasher situation played out, in actuality. What will happen to your mind when you are slaughtered by a hatchet killer? Watch this video to know about it.
10. 50 AMAZING Facts to Blow Your Mind! #29
Matthew Santoro is a YouTube channel which gives you latest amazing facts that you never even wondered off. Also announcing today that all his videos are now Closed Captioned, watch this video and educate yourself with facts that you have never heard of.
Being an artist, movie buff and a media enthusiast, content writing is my career train. I am a proud alumni of Symbiosis Institute of Media Communication (Pune) and currently working for Vidooly.