I present to you; the Star Wars: The Force Awakens Supertrailer, a montage that combines footage from every other Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailers and teasers into one super-duper jumbo sized trailer. Which clocks in just under an impressive 4 minutes.
What Would Happen if Hotline Bling was combined with beautiful dancing? Well, that’s what YouTuber, Jake Ensor, wanted to find out. Jake, the genius that he is, combined the stunningly graceful movements of Bob’s Burgers Jimmy Jr.
The internet loves space. The internet loves remixes. It was only a matter of time until some genius provided us with a combination of two, one with potentially earth-shattering results.
Here’s a dude showing off his beat-boxing talent with his choice of instrument being nothing other than a McDonald’s cup. This is why we love YouTube.
I’m a sucker for beautiful photography and editing magic, so I was immediately sold on this cool video that Ad Hoc Films & Make Productions, made from WWF (remember: that’s animals, not wrestlers now) photographs.
Today the good folks over at MonsieurCaron have created Brick to the Future. It’s a stop motion Back to the Future Lego animation created using a Canon Rebel T3 camera, DragonFrame stop motion software with Adobe CS6 and a whole lot of patience.
Apparently, with all of the snapchatting and whatsapping, some people just don’t have 6ish hours to watch classic movies. That’s what’s so great about the Indiana Jones recap above, and the Back To The Future recap below.
I’ve long argued profusely that Quentin Tarantino is American Cinema’s greatest Auteur. I know that’s an incredibly bold statement, but hear me out.
This post features an excellent 22 minute documentary explaining the entire story of Super Mario Bros 2, and how we Americans got a different version than Japanese Mario fans.
If you’re a fan of the 1997 cult classic, The Fifth Element, you know that one of the most impressive, uh, elements is the incredibly difficult Opera performed by alien Diva Plavalaguna in the film.