(PG-13: Lyrics) A perfectly synchronized mashup between dance meme sensation John “Double Dream Feet” Jacobson and Lil Jon & Eastside Boyz’ 2002 track Throw It Up. Who knows. Maybe John really does have this track in heavy rotation on his iPod.
We’re not exactly sure what we just watched, but this epic music video from Soda_Jerk and The Avalanches crams in countless references to pop culture icons from the ’60s through the ’90s, from Saturday Night Fever to Seinfeld, from The Warriors to Will Smith.
If you loved Studiokamp’s Cattlerap, bring out your emergency provisions, say goodbye to your loved ones and dive into Auctioneer Beats. This addictive Vine channel makes bite-sized fire by adding hip hop beats to auctioneer contests.
(SPOILERS, PG-13) “In the fields the bodies burning, as the war machine keeps turning.” YouTuber Zurik 23M presents some of the most violent moments in Game of Thrones over Black Sabbath’s classic anti-war anthem.
YouTuber inkling inkling imagines what Overwatch‘sopening and ending sequences would be like if it was an anime. J-rock? Check! Quick cuts between action scenes and character closeups? Check! Whole roster poses at the end? Check!
(PG-13, Flashing lights, Gore) The editors of Smash TV put together the ultimate audio visual nostalgia trip for ’80s and ’90s kids. Megaplex is an 80-minute mashup of over 80 movies, fake trailers and more stitched together with the music of the times.
YouTuber Mayor Wertz made what would otherwise be a low-hanging fruit – a supercut of Guy Fieri eating food – into a roller coaster of emotions by setting the video to Johnny Cash’s cover of Nine Inch Nails’ Hurt. Now do it with Crying Jordan memes.
(PG-13: Lyrics)Lalalala, la la la laaah… As a tribute to the comedy of Mike Judge, Mylo the Cat gave the 1999 Method Man and Redman classic the Beavis and Butthead treatment in his latest animated lip-sync mashup, and the end result is Internet gold.
Paying tribute to two of our favorite franchises at once, designer Kurt Rauffer (aka KROFL) created this reimagined title sequence for The Empire Strikes Back, done in the style of classic James Bond opening credits. The music is Radiohead’s unused Spectre theme song.
Editor Zapatou combined scenes from 25 science fiction classics including Gravity, The Martian, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Moon, Apollo 13, Aliens, The Empire Strikes Back, Star Wars and more into a single movie where everything that can possibly go wrong does.
(PG-13 Lyrics) Time to get Riggity Riggity Wrecked Son! Mashup master Mylo the Cat perfectly edited together bits of Rick and Morty lip-synced them to the sounds of Kendrick Lamar’s Swimming Pools (Drank). Seriously, this should have been the official music video.
(PG-13: Language) Bow wow wow yippee yo yippee yay!Mylo The Cat’s latest video stars Rowlf the Dog in the role of Snoop Dogg, and Fozzie Bear as Dr. Dre as they lip-sync the classic Who Am I? (What’s My Name). We had no idea Muppets could swear so much.
Antonio Maria Da Silva’s exclusive movie multiverse disco is back in business. Patrons like Scarface and the Terminator are joined in the vermilion-tinged nightclub by a ton of newcomers, including Howard the Duck, RoboCop, and Bonds, James Bonds.
Remix masters Entyme vs. Party Ben perfectly melded Green Day’s Boulevard of Broken Dreams with Adele’s Hello, then tossed in a bit of Oasis and Aerosmith for good measure. Download this mashup and others here.
Yahoooooo!Dark Pixel envisions a melding of the Mushroom Kingdom with Star Wars, with a game that surely will be made if Disney ever buys up Nintendo. Seriously, we’d like to play this game now, so get working on it already, Nintendo!
For his latest video redub, Mylo the Cat has Kermit the Frog channeling Rikrok’s vocals, and The Swedish Chef perfectly cast as Shaggy as they take on the classic reggae-rap track. All we can say is that Miss Piggy is gonna murder Kermie this time.
Editor Vic Rincon put together this awesome roll call of the nominees for the 2016 Academy Awards for Best Visual Effects: Ex Machina, Mad Max: Fury Road, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Martian and The Revenant. The song is Ryan Taubert’s No Other Name.
Disney and Marvel illustrator Brian Kesinger have been posting increasingly spot-on sketches of characters in Star Wars: The Force Awakens in the style of Bill Watterson’s Calvin and Hobbes. Check out his Instagram, DeviantArt and Etsy pages for more of his work.
Long before DC’s worst superhero team, J.R.R. Tolkien put a ragtag fellowship on the most suicidal quest of them all. The Unusual Suspects presents the Lords of the Rings trilogy in the style of the Suicide Squad trailer. Gimli is Middle-earth’s Harley Quinn.
Walt Disney’s animated version of Alice in Wonderland was already pretty creepy if you ask us, so it didn’t take much more than some appropriate music for Mashable’sWatercooler to turn Lewis Carroll’s trippy fairy tale into a serious horror flick.
Matthew Stevenson used real subway lines to make alternate world map prints for six NES games: Metroid, Maniac Mansion, Dragon Warrior, Final Fantasy and the first two Zelda games. He’s also selling them as high res digital files.
YouTuber Grant Woolard performed and then arranged 57 classical pieces from 33 different composers. Now if you’ll excuse us, we’re going to have a nibble of caviar on blini while briséing on our way to pick up our doctorate in Serial Killing.
“I was once a Jedi knight, same as your father.” Obi-Wan Kenobi’s grim past comes back to haunt him when the young Luke Skywalker asks about his father. YouTuber Shahan Reviews bridges Revenge of the Sith with A New Hope in this dramatic mashup.
While the sound effects are all wrong, we got a good chuckle from Reid Southen’s doctoring of this scene from Raiders of the Lost Ark, replacing the giant boulder with another round, rolly object. Also, he made this a year ago, so he had no idea what BB-8 sounded like yet.
YouTuber Philysteak tried his best to recreate X-Men: Apocalypse‘s debut trailer using scenes from the awesome X-Men animated series. Sophie Turner’s bad delivery pierces through nostalgia, but we do get to see Gambit and a high tech computer with a VHS player.