We now know for certain that Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark are the parents of Jon Snow (well, on the show, at least). YouTube user hurleybird painstakingly collected every single scene and mention of them on the series so far, and assembled them in one moving masterpiece of a supercut.
Jump scares are a staple—and one of the most divisive elements—of modern horror movies. Some people are too susceptible to them, while others find them gimmicky. To people in the former camp: does the above gif scare you in any way? The answer is almost certainly no.
In the comics, one of Batman’s most sacred virtues is to never kill his foes. That’s not been the case in his cinematic incarnations, where Batman is more than happy to murder dozens of people to get the job done. The latest Batman though, even after one movie, is setting himself up to be the most brutal take ever.
We’ve loved both seasons of Marvel and Netflix’s Daredevil, but even the most diehard fans of the show might be sick of hearing people espouse about “this city!” every other sentence. To remind you just how prevalent this little phrase is, here’s the Daredevil supercut we’ve been waiting to see for ages.
And punching. The road to Civil War also involves a great deal of punching.
But not in a good way.
We love a good movie supercut video, and this year’s best one comes from Sleepy Skunk, who’s cut together the best moments from 2015’s films.
There were so many callbacks to the first Jurassic Park movie in this year’s sequel Jurassic World, it was practically a remake. Don’t believe me? Check out this collection of the many, many World scenes which channeled specific moments from the original Park.
It’s the supercut to end all supercuts! Arnold Schwarzenegger himself assembled this collection of the explosions features in all his movies—okay, he probably hired a team to do it, but I love the idea of Arnold hunched over a MacBook fiddling with Final Cut Pro—and the result is the best 30 minutes you’ll spend all…
There are so many things to appreciate about individual movies — the acting, the sound, the character designs. Sometimes supercuts focusing on a very specific aspect of a movie, a genre, or a director’s catalogue helps us better study and appreciate the small decisions that go into making a film great.
Dream sequences are an amazing way of breaking down the walls of reality — even in a supposedly "realistic" film. Film editor Gabriel Adelman has put together a supercut of the most beautiful and disturbing dream sequences from over a century of film, and the results are amazing.
Batman has had almost as long a history of appearances on the big screen as he has had in his 75 years of comic book adventures - and this great supercut by video editor Jacob T. Swinney charts the characterisation of the Dark Knight across decades of cinematic incarnations pretty succinctly.
Go on, guess! And then watch Dylan Browne's supercut, which counts out exactly how many times things blow up, large or small, in the first installment of Michael Bay's Transformers franchise. Here's a hint — the movie is 144 minutes long, and don't bother guessing less than that.
The old Star Trek: TNG joke is that even though its the 24th century, somehow Starfleet never discovered a cure for Picard's baldness. But apparently, they also couldn't even manage to give their highest-ranking officers uniforms that fit, as this amazing (and hilariously lengthy) supercut proves.
Some enterprising soul decided to go through the classic Cosmos TV series and collect every single instance of beloved astronomer Carl Sagan pronouncing an "-illion" word in his unique, inimitable way in one, amazing supercut. There are infinitely worse ways to start the work week.
I defy you to watch this incredible trailer, compiled of footage of the human race exploring the galaxy, and not want to immediately get in a space shuttle and blast off.
When I think back on watching Star Wars as a kid, I remember it as a pretty tame. After all, those stormtroopers had terrible aim. Turns out that maybe I'm misremembering. That original trilogy was kind of a bloodbath, and this supercut from Digg turns it into a tidy little 3-minute snuff film.
This is it, everyone. We've got CGI cats, real cats, old cats, young cats. The special horror of Mike Myers as the Cat in the Hat. We've got it all set to The Cure's "Lovecats," and it's even got each clip identified for easy googling. This is what the Internet has been leading to for years.
Someone with a bunch of DVDs and lot of spare time just made a supercut of what appears to be every single table flip in cinema. It's hard to know if the video does actually show them all, but it's still a blast to watch. Because: (╯°□°）╯︵ ┻━┻
Turns out, the American motion picture and music recording industry loves weed just as much the rest of us do. For more than 60 years, weed's been getting name-dropped in pop culture—from early propaganda videos like Reefer Madness to more recent celebrations of stoner culture like Half Baked. Eclectic method…