Head over to the official Core Of Monkos website by clicking on the image below. There you will find their latest productions.
Don't tell them but here are some older productions which are no longer available to the public
The soul of the bouncy castle manifests as a man
An eccentric businessman enters the criminal underworld
An optimistic chap reaches the final straw
A man needs help in the forest
A daytime TV show with some internal issues
A parody of the old TV series where Sam has to "leap" into different people's lives and save their future
Life Insurance Advert
A short sketch about the popular snow cone drink
A man is haunted by a figure... IN THE GARDEN
Produced for Halifax life insurance. It makes you think...
The next installment in the Cosmonunkies series. No need to watch the old ones.
Success isn't all it's cracked up to be
A future where AI isn't all it's cracked up to be
The grim reality of life for three troubled housemates
The story of a soldier battling his twisted mind
A trigger happy soldier gets into trouble
Simon wants to party but he's not okay
An educational video on the dangers of handling raw chicken
A beautiful story of human connection
Thirsty for more? Go to the history page
Funny Video Clips raise many questions
in both human and monkey brains. The most important one being "Do
we watch them, or do they watch us?". Some people
have the view that comedy films actually control us and feed off our
emotions/noises. For example, a Funny Video Clip might make you laugh
in a particularly horrified way and then feed from you. Sucking your
noise and moisture into it's cage. Like a huge beast stuck in a cage
in a zoo that nabs small children at the first chance it gets and
then rips them apart, scattering their limbs as far away from each
other as possible. Then the beast could act all calm and pretend to
care about the child to entice the paramedics into the cage. But once
inside, the beast could become enraged and start slapping and eating
the paramedics. This example might not seem
related and a little extreme but believe me it's not. Comedy films
are stuck in their television "cage" and they are angry.
They are also hungry. Be careful.