He had a video last year blow up where he did a test for autism with his two children and it got more views than anything he ever did. I don't think he found many new subs but it was crazy seeing a video of his break over 100000 - he's a really cool guy imo.
The Fast Lane Truck
The Fast Lane Cars
Gonna give Forgotten Weapons another shout out here. Basically a channel dedicated to taking a closer look at a bunch of rare, experimental, or obscure weapons. Usually his videos feature a fair bit of history behind each piece, a disassembly of the gun for a view of the mechanics, and in some cases a look at the gun on the range.
He's done videos on old wheellock rifles and muskets, exotic trials guns which never got past testing, unique one-of-a-kind pistols and bizarre Chinese knock offs, as well as a bunch of weapons which see more action on the big screen than they ever did in real life (including a look at one of the world's only remaining Pancor Jackhammers - the automatic shotgun from Max Payne).
He also does book reviews and interviews with other gun historians. Generally a really interesting and informative channel!
I love MRE review channels. I dunno, I guess it's just the idea of cramming so much resources into a small confined area while still being fulfilling.
I've been really getting into some MRE reviews. Particularly Steve1989 MREInfo.
Opens up lots of old military rations and shows everything in them. It's amazing how good some of those meals actually are. And all in a small packaging too.
I don't know why. It's just super interesting for some reason.
ALL KINDS OF GAINS!!!
Hodgetwins Youtube Channel - Workout / Food Challenges/ Eating videos / Vlogs.. they funny as fuck
I got a few:
BandTube HD - great high quality footage of HBCU bands.
HBCUBANDS.Com - another awesome resource for HBCU band stuff
I Hate Everything - Just a guy who hates things in a humorous manner
You Suck At Cooking - A stealth cooking show hidden under a funny premise. Despite it being "You suck at cooking" all the shit that is made looks fucking delicious.
Trent Hamilton - A british dude who does a ton of videos of brass instruments and brass playing.
The Proper People - Urban exploration at abanded places.
Exploring With Josh - Same as one above
NPR Music - Great mini concert series
Rebel Taxi - Animation reviews
I could list more but I have way too many subscriptions.
I like his tutorials but I can't stand the way he talks.
Chef John from Food Wishes is just a jolly guy who makes good videos about how to make good food.
He has to end each phrase with an inflection. Reminds me of that Stewie skit on family guy.
Freakin' Reviews - product reviewer
I've checked out allot of gundam channels but jabman stays as one of my favorites. Way too many reviewers shoot their videos all in one-go, once they're done building, and the problems with it are many and obvious. All you have to see is the finished kit, often static, right in front of you for the whole video, and for some strange reason the large majority of them do no editing whatsoever or they put their reviews in multi-part videos where they cover everything imaginable.
Jabman cuts out all that bullshit. He only shows runners and other stuff like manuals or packed in material if they're special to that kit in some way. His video footage is all recorded as he's building the kit so you can see what's going on (as opposed to being told 'the mechanism beneath the armor allow this movement!'). It's all spliced together footage shot with an intent to communicate specific points and that he's clearly recording commentary for after the fact, as opposed to just meandering into a mic by a camera for a half hour+. The editing's not even perfect as he often has time left over in individual cuts but it's so far and above the average that it stands out.
Also I like his voice. Strong, opinionated, convincing.
LOL I know that channel. And I don't blame you. ;)
For me, I don't watch any gaming channels (other than Game Scoop), so all of my channels fit here. Most of the ones I follow are ASMR.
- Now You See It and Every Frame A Painting for movie analysis.
- CinemaSins, Screen Junkies (for the Honest Trailers), and How It Should Have Ended for movie-related humor.
- Because Science on the Nerdist YouTube channel and Vsauce for goofy science.
- This is Dan Bell for "urban exploration" of abandoned buildings.
- Channel Awesome mainly for the Nostalgia Critic.
- Team Four Star for some of the funniest stuff on the internet.
Added bonus: he has an adorable dog called "kitty" that features frequently in his vids.