Rooster Teeth's Documentaries
Let's Play Live: The Documentary follows Achievement Hunter as it turns online gaming into a first-of-its-kind live event. It's a new media rock concert the likes of which have never been seen.
In the latest original documentary from Rooster Teeth, Connected explores how two millennials cope and adapt to life without the internet.
Join Barbara Dunkelman, Blaine Gibson, and Daniel Fabelo as they answer fan submitted questions and give an inside look at the making of the documentary.
Drs. Art Markman and Bob Duke continue the discussion about how technology evolves while we adapt.
Blaine and Barbara's co-workers teach them how to use their new pagers.
No phone. No Netflix. What's a girl to do? Perhaps a Bill Cosby autobiography will cure Barbara's bout of boredom.
Blaine has a craving for pizza. With no cell phone, he resorts to calling 4-1-1 to retrieve his favorite pizza place's phone number.
Hello from Burnie and Gavin! We're in Pushkar, India to fulfill our dream of traveling halfway around the world to get a head massage.
RT Docs' The World's Greatest Head Massage: An ASMR Journey is a two-part documentary that investigates the world of autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) and the ASMR "artists" who make content online. It follows Rooster Teeth’s Burnie Burns and Gavin Free, who talk about their experiences with ASMR, and then fly to India to search for Baba, the "Cosmic Barber of Pushkar," whose famous "World's Greatest Head Massage" videos gave them both tingling ASMR sensations.
Burnie Burns of Rooster Teeth traveled all the way to Pushkar, India to meet Baba the Cosmic Barber. This is the full, uncut head massage.
Are the Slow Mo Guys accidental ASMRtists?
Saurabh shares how he came to desire the classic Stetson hat.
Baba Sen waxes poetically about his life, massage and the path to relaxation.
Burnie and Gavin take a rickshaw ride through Pushkar.
Burnie and Gavin discuss their triggers and explain why ASMR is not sexual. So they say.
Love them or hate them, memes are here to stay. In The Meme Machine, Rooster Teeth explores the origins of memes and how they spread, and digs into the stories behind some of the most popular “human memes” like Ermahgerd Girl, Overly Attached Girlfriend, and Chocolate Rain Guy.
Gus "Old Man" Sorola discusses his feelings on memes and their history.
Meme Managers? Yes, that's a thing.
Where does the word 'Meme' come from and how has it evolved?
In “The Tattooist,” Rooster Teeth’s Geoff Ramsey explores the subculture of tattoos and takes a crash course from a master tattoo artist.
How far will Funhaus’s James Willems and Lawrence Sonntag push themselves to achieve James’s dream of being a pro wrestler? Do they have what it takes to wrestle a pro team and not get killed? Find out in the new RT Doc, Haus of Pain.
Gus Sorola has talked on panels at some of the world's biggest conventions, met thousands of fans, and even co-founded the massive pop culture event, RTX. Now Gus wants to experience the other side - the hundreds of small, obscure, and downright bizarre conventions happening every weekend around the country. Follow him on a journey behind the scenes of obscure fandom as he tries to fit in and find the common link that unites these communities.
Jessica Nigri is an internationally renowned cosplayer, racking up millions of social media followers and the number one Patreon page in cosplay. Becoming Jessica Nigri explores her life, from a magical childhood growing up with quirky parents in New Zealand, to entering middle school in the U.S. where she was mercilessly teased for her “nerdy” interests. Through cosplay, Jessica learned that becoming someone else gives her the courage to be herself.
Through her love of cosplay, Jessica Nigri learned that becoming someone else could give her the courage to be herself. See more of Jessica's story when it premieres 1/26, only on Rooster Teeth FIRST!