Web series and web video bits from around the internets worth clicking today:

MotoManCraveOnline launched MotoMan, its latest original web series today, that “covers new cars, classic cars and all things car lifestyle. In a nutshell, MotoMan drives cars you can’t.” The debut episode (above) waxes auto-philosophical for a few minutes on whether a luxury cars are more about what’s under the hood or the logo on top of it. [CraveOnline]

Hans Zimmer didn’t compose the theme song for The Guild, but what if he did? Brian “Tweex” Arnold mused on this question, coming up with a remixed intro theme song on his site [Tweex]music, combining the beefed up Season 3 theme with Zimmer’s Pirates of the Caribbean. He even re-edited a clip from Season 3 with the new intro theme. [TweexMusic]

Tubefilter’s Jamison Tilsner talked Web TV and Streamy Awards on the Kodak K-Zone stage at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas last week. Joining him on the panel, moderated by Kodak CMO Jeffrey Hayzlett, were Blip.tv’s Dina Kaplan, My Damn Channel CEO Rob Barnett, and Boxee’s VP of Marketing, Andrew Kippen. Video from the two-part session is up on YouTube and posted below. [YouTube]

British actress/host Emily Booth bowed a new hosted web series that sits down with horror icons called Behind The Screams. The series has seen some play on horror blogs, though no formal distribution deal is in place for the show which has three episodes pushed out so far. [ShockTilYouDrop]

BBC Reporter Dan Simmons, host of the BBC’s technology show Click actually managed to break a mobile phone touted as “unbreakable” by its makers (Sonim) who were showing off its rugged features during a demo this past weekend at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. See the mud-on-face below. [BBC]

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