A Neanderthal celebrates the discovery of fire until he dies from smoke inhalation
Doesn\'t hiking sound fun?
A man with a fetish for lactating women mistakenly flashes four female wrestlers, and while he survives the beat-down he gets, he dies from an allergic reaction to breast milk he\'d consumed.
A wounded gang-banger gets an intubation tube inserted into his stomach instead of his lungs.
Japanese rocker dies onstage; prison inmate blows escape attempt; sexiled roommate gets revenge; dumb terrorists melt down; moronic hard hat falls hard; tall guy gets squeeze in medieval England.
A man gets a DIY blood transfusion to pass a drug test, but dies after warming up the blood in the microwave.
An actress turned coke addict sneezes while snorting a line, sending her metal coke straw into her brain.
A guy really hits the wrong nerve during an interview.
A middle-aged skateboarding vandal is up to no good when a botched trick knocks him out and he lands face-first into a patch of newly poured concrete.
A man with paraphillic infantilism (sex fetish where you pretend you\'re a baby) gets his head caught in his gigantic custom built crib.
A robot maker meets his maker; an exhibitionist goes down in public; Houdini\'s last escape; a vomit lover gets chunked; a prankster gets pranked; B-baller finds nothing but death; a Hollywood star gets drained.
Is that really a good place to hide contraband?
A prankster spooks his skittish girlfriend on a haunted hayride and gets run over by the tractor-trailer.
A fashion-obsessed New York socialite (think Paris Hilton) dies of arsenic poisoning after wearing a vintage dress dyed with “Paris Green”.
1000 Ways to Die combines the science of living and the randomness of death with a dash of Darwinism. What actually happens when a rattlesnake\'s venom enters the bloodstream? How do Nitrogen bubbles affect the body after long exposure under water then immediately to 2 miles up into the sky? These questions will be answered in glorious CGI effects. Forensic experts, pathologists, toxicologists, herpetologists, and other experts offer eloquent explanations of mortality.