There’s never a bad time for Rick and Morty. This mashup shows that it mashes up well with just about everything, including Kendrick Lamar’s song Swimming Pools (Drank).
Here is nearly 4-minutes of awesome dance scenes from movies that, just from watching it, will make you have a riotous good time. Dance sequences in movies are sometimes goofy, sometimes winking, sometimes weird but always worth watching. I had a dumb smile on my face throughout this entire video by Robert Jones of…
Meet Urkel-San, the protagonist of the new Animation Domination High-Def video that transforms Family Matters into an uncanny anime world full of swords, robots and magic potions. I don't know about you but I like this version much better than the original.
French graphic designer and editor Michael Deleau put together this trailer for all the superhero movies released in 2014. It all combines so naturally and seamlessly that it really highlights how all these movies use the same visual language—albeit with different end results, of course.
As we come to the end of 2014, year of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer, we head into 2015... year of the mashups of said Star Wars trailer. We've featured some good ones here on io9, but this Lego-ified take might be one of the best.
Editor Max Shishkin combined the soundtrack of Intersellar, the voice of Anthony Hopkins reading Do not go gentle into that good night by Dylan Thomas, and footage from 35 of the best space movies to make this amazing mashup.
Oh, nothing to see here. Oh wait. Just kidding. There is everything to see here. This two minute clip of action scenes from MovieClips Trailers is so badass that I've watched it multiple times now. I can't get enough. In fact, it has me hankering for an action movie so bad. Good thing John Wick is out in theaters,…
Being a Queen fan since I was little kid, I had my doubts about anyone covering 20 Queen songs in one single 60-second song and making any sense. I stand corrected: This medley is brilliant, smoothly morphing one song into each other while keeping every single hit recognizable.
I never thought Woody could be portrayed as a horror character until I saw this video of Toy Story mashed up with Annabelle. It's so scary that it will haunt my dreams tonight, tomorrow, and the rest of the week.
Ah, Trek vs. Wars, the timeless debate that has seen Bat'leths lock with lightsabers, the USS Enterprise pitted against the Executor. But what happens when you take the climactic Trench Run sequence from Star Wars and pair it with the soundtrack from the climax of JJ. Abram's first Star Trek movie?
Everyone, from classic movie directors to film school students, has used the zoom at some point to add some swagger to their films. This cool mashup collects some of the most famous zoom ins, zoom outs, dolly zooms, and basically anything zoom related in the movie history.
Musician and YouTuber Kutiman is a mashup master of sorts. However, he doesn't deal with the common music fodder that most Frankenstein-type musicians use. Instead of stitching together popular verses and choruses from mainstream music, Kutiman pulls from an entirely different source—amateur YouTube videos.
It's probably my own anticipation for the upcoming X-Men movie and my enjoyment of Mad Men coloring the lens a little bit but this ad that combines the two worlds and characters together is actually pretty funny. Completely ridiculous but in an enjoyable way.
The end of the year is here and hopefully you did something awesome in 2013. And if you didn't, that's okay because you have one more day to get crazy. Actually, you have a brand new year ahead of you to do something memorable. Luc Bergeron compiled 253 YouTube videos that popped up in 2013 and made this incredible…
December is the time to catch up on everything you missed out on the year before. Like movies. Maybe you didn't realize so many watchable movies came out in 2013. Maybe you said you wanted to watch them in theaters. Maybe you said you wanted to watch them when they got out of theaters. Maybe your backlog of movies got…
Heard Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know" too many times already? Well how about just once more. "Somebodies: A YouTube Orchestra" is a mash-up of a ton of Gotye covers, masterfully put together by the man himself. You can catch a list of all the videos used in the mash-up over at his blog.
Watch as Chris from Ithaca Audio mixes a whole bunch of songs in real time using Ableton Live and an Akai APC40 live control surface. Like a goddamn boss. If you can't identify all the songs, here's the list:
You know your Friday is going to be awesome when you hit play on a video and the first thing you see is Groover playing the initial notes of the Beastie Boys' Sure Shot on a flute. Rock on!