The opening credits for Game of Thrones is such a fantastic sequence in that it lays out the map of the Seven Kingdoms and does so in a board game-esque fashion. You gain a sense of distance and try and understand each location’s importance but it all happens so fast that you don’t really get to explore. Well, here’s…
Milan Vuckovic mashed up two things most humans love by re-imagining Game of Thrones' opening credits in the style of Saul Bass, the master of the title sequence. It's like if Game of Thrones existed in the 60s.
The opening credits would probably look something like this. We're so excited about the return of Game of Thrones on Sunday, we asked our friend Garrison Dean to imagine what the show would look like if it was a classic 1970s-1980s sitcom. But what he came up with was way more insane than we ever expected.
A great opening sequence tells you more than just a TV show's backstory: it drags you, kicking and screaming, into the show's world. A truly great opening sequence is a masterpiece of raw style. But which science fiction or fantasy TV show has the absolute best opening credits?
You can instantly recognize the opening credits of famous TV shows anywhere. Even if you replaced the characters and show title with technology like ElectRoulette did. That means the periodic table in Breaking Bad becomes acronyms in Texting Bad, The Simpsons turn into The Smartphones, How I Met Your Mother becomes…
Animator Leigh Lahav gave her husband Oren a wonderful birthday present that should warm your hearts: she recreated the opening credits of famous TV shows but remixed them to include all of his family and friends as cast members. If you watched a television in the past five years, you'll definitely enjoy this.
Imagine being stranded in a harsh, gun-crazy, pyramid-obsessed alternate reality with your immediate family — think you'd be in the mood for a little desert two-step while on the run for your lives?