As a kid, I was drawn to Who Framed Roger Rabbit because it featured the likes of Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny, Donald Duck and Daffy Duck, etc. etc. I remember thinking that it was neat that they combined animation with live-action footage, but more than anything it was a funny movie that had a great story.
Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street? It’s a question we’ve all asked, well… sung. While the song’s lyrics don’t ever actually answer the question asked within, it still leaves us with a warm happy feeling. The optimistic upbeat tune that opens Jim Henson’s immortal educational program is burned into the brains of pretty much everyone who’s ever watched the show (as well as a few torturees, but we don’t talk about that.)
With the release of the Nintendo Switch less than two weeks away, YouTuber insaneintherainmusic, felt like it was a great time to pay homage to one of their now classic consoles. That’s right, the Nintendo Wii’s main theme is finally getting the Jazz cover it deserves!
‘Best Visual Effects’ is the Academy Awards category that’s most accessible to casual moviegoers. It’s the only category that regularly features film series like Harry Potter, The X-Men, The Marvel Cinematic Universe, Star Wars, and Lord of the Rings. It’s the only category that’s judged on the basis of “oh my god, how cool was that?!” That’s why I was pretty excited that supercut maestros at Burger Fiction have put together this compilation of every Best Visual effects winner from 1927’s Wings (not the sitcom) to 2015’s Ex Machina.
This week, the Fatal Farm folks began teasing what appears to be the return of John, Garfield, Odie, and the whole crew. It’s been nine years, and the guys have been working in the big leagues (Adult Swim, Key & Peele, etc.) so the quality of the video has jumped significantly.
In the year 2000, we saw an influx of teen-pop artists looking to cash in on the success of Britney Spears, Christina Augilera, *NSYNC, and The Backstreet Boys. One of those teen-pop artists, Hoku, was featured on the soundtrack to the hit(?) film Snow Day.
For the release of the Ghostbusters Reboot, we decided to celebrate by making some cocktails with the Ecto Cooler flavor Hi-C. Ecto was re-released this summer to coincide with the release of the Movie. Yes, we’ve been calling it Ecto, it’s way more fun that way. Anyway, here are the
Last summer, DAPS, along with Don from Arangio Media set out to figure it all out. Then we tried it, children’s cough syrup and all. In this DAPS original video, watch comedians Tim Duffy and Kevin Devlin join DAPS’ Carlo and Dave in making and trying the storied cocktail. How did we come up with our recipe? No, we didn’t make it up like some people on the internet.
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