What if Old Ben Kenobi wasn’t a tormented Jedi master, but was a deadbeat criminal and drug addict instead. Auralnauts put together this hilarious redub about a totally different person named Obi-Wan-Steven-Ben-Larry-Bongjo-Kenobi as he’s hunted by Space Influencers with the coolest strut.
The movies Saturday Night Fever and its sequel Staying Alive are so indelibly intertwined with the music of the Bee Gees that we can’t imagine them any other way. But the guys at Auralnauts like to subvert expectations, so they edited John Travolta’s big strut scene at the end of the movie, removing the trio’s trademark disco sound.
Auralnauts works their sonic magic on The Book of Boba Fett, retelling the story of the professional bounty hunter and amateur crime lord as a lifelong quest for ice cream. Frankly, we’d take a Good Humor Strawberry Shortcake or Toasted Almond bar over a bucket of spice any day.
“He doesn’t take no for an answer, unless he’s asked to. And then he does…” The Book of Boba Fett gets reimagined as a cheesy 1985 TV action series by the mad minds of Auralnauts. Released just two years after Return of the Jedi, this version also fits better into the overall timeline.
Likely inspired by the binary solo at the end of Flight of the Conchords’ classic Robots, the guys from Auralnauts re-recorded the Boston Dynamics robot dance video with more appropriate lyrics. If you’re not fluent in binary, it translates to: “Dance sets us free. Join us. Humans are doomed.”
“Simply apply the heat-dampening cream shield, and let the TouchBlade Pro collect your genetic sample with ease!” Auralnauts upgrades a commercial for a fancy razor, giving it far greater abilities than simply shaving stubble. Say it with us now… “Brett FAHHVRAAHH.”
Movie trailer these days are so ridiculously formulaic. We’d love to see them handed over to the guys who make title sequences instead. In the meantime, we’re all equally qualified to make trailers, thanks to this easy to follow instructional parody from Auralnauts.