Turns out, it’s surprisingly easy to take Billy Joel’s song “Piano Man” and turn it into an ode to the Elder Gods long gone. It was recently discovered on Twitter that the meter of the famous Joel tune syncs up almost perfectly with a 1917 poem by H.P. Lovecraft called “Nemesis.”
Okay, who did this? Yes, I know who specifically made the video, but who did this? This shit’s scarier than anything Stephen King could ever conjure up. Show yourself, and I can show you where you can float too.
In this brilliant mashup of classical music, Grant Woolard manages to turn 52 masterpieces from 31 famous composers into a single track that anyone, even those who claim to hate classical music, will end up playing on repeat for days to come.
We all know that Gotham isn’t quite the serious drama it first presented itself to be. And it’s not even the weird action show it tried to be. It’s more like... if the ‘66 Batman show didn’t have any self-awareness. Or Batman.
Maybe it’s just that Johnny Cash’s “Hurt” cover can make anything seem fantastically maudlin and filled with pathos, but mixing the worlds of the X-Men cartoon and the grim world of Logan really shouldn’t work. And yet, it totally does. It so, so does.
The title character, his barbershop-owning mentor, Misty Knight and crimelord Cottonmouth all act like absolutely nothing’s wrong with their lives in this ‘80s-sitcom-style intro sequence. It’s pretty damn weird to see how... perfect this Luke Cage footage is for the conceit.
Going to space in movies isn’t just a bad idea, it’s often a suicide mission. Luc Bergeron’s latest space movie mashup puts 32 science fiction movies together to show how desperate things get when you’re all alone in space, and are the only one left that can save the Earth or fly into the Death Star or rejuvenate the…
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).
One of the best things about Star Wars is the space battles, and a new fan video that mashes up George Lucas’ world with that of Kenny Loggins’ song Danger Zone pays a glorious tribute.
There’s no point killing someone in a movie if you’re not going to say something really cool beforehand.
A couple of weeks ago, we found that Star Trek paired up with Hamilton was quite a bit of fun, and now, we’re discovering that Batman works just as well.
If you’re like us, you’re either obsessed with Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton, or have some friend who’s been talking about it non-stop. Jackson Lanzing went and mashed up the musical with 2009's Star Trek, and it’s pure gold.
Opening credit mashups are a helluva lot of fun. Star Wars Minute has taken Star Wars Rebels and set it to Firefly’s Ballad of Serenity, the show’s opening credits. It works surprisingly well!
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…
Nope. They’re not a fan at all. Especially the Hulk.
What if Indiana Jones met every challenge with a cry of “Good grief!”? Artist Chris Thornley, also known as Raid 71, casts the Peanuts gang as characters from the Indiana Jones films.
Before he loaned his voice to the genocidal robot Ultron in the latest Avengers movie, James Spader played the enigmatic CEO Robert California on The Office. And when you put Robert California’s words in Ultron’s metal mouth, the results are delightfully unhinged.
One of the best parts of True Detective has always been the fantastic opening credits: the double exposure and mix between characters and landscapes is eerie and very beautifully executed. When set to imagery from Star Wars? It’s pretty fantastic.
Man of Steel was pretty grim and serious, and it looks like Batman v Superman is going to have about the same tone. Over on YouTube, user Albert Lopez decided to lighten things up by recutting the trailer for the upcoming movie with Always Sunny In Philadelphia’s song, Dayman.
Watching this cool mashup of 98 famous movie fights totally unleashed my inner teenager. It makes me want to get my old high school friends together for a daylong kung fu movie marathon—in VHS if possible. The only thing that bothered me about the clip is the annoying music. That's one thing I'll never miss about…