Têtes à Claques
If you know me then chances are I've already blabbed to you about the Quebecois short video site Têtes à Claques (and probably more than once too cause I'm totally one of those people who never remembers to whom she's told what). And if not then I'm telling you now. The videos feature footage of real mouths and eyes super-imposed over clay dolls to create really creepy looking characters. The creator Michel Beaudet originally intended to make stop-motion animation shorts until he got lazy and realized that all the work was in the eyes and mouth. So instead of moving them frame by frame, he just filmed real ones.
This is some really funny stuff, my friends. Even if you don't speak French. But funnier if you do. And even funnier if you're from Quebec. And funnier still if you went to a French high school with lots of Quebecois teachers.