Editor Jon Lefkovitz put together this wonderful supercut of scenes from movies and TV shows where two characters do the same thing at the same time. The 4-minute video features more clips from more than 100 sources. For fun, see how many you can name without looking at the list. The track is Second Song by TV on the Radio.
Nichelle Nichols passed away on July 30, 2022, at the age of 89. The groundbreaking actor made a name for herself in the role of Lieutenant Nyota Uhura on Star Trek. Trek fan John DiMarco put together this great compilation of her performances in the original series, the Star Trek movies, and Star Trek: The Animated Series.
Star Trek fans know that if you spot a character you’ve not seen before and they’re wearing a Federation red shirt, there’s a good chance they’re going to die. Trekkie John DiMarco created another fun compilation video that catalogs the 29 times redshirts perished during the 3-season run of The Original Series.
One of our favorite things about the ’60s Batman TV series was the celebrity cameos as the Dynamic Duo scaled a building with their grappling hook. Tommy Westphall’s Snowglobe compiled a reel of the 15 times a celeb popped out of the window. Is it just us, or does the second guy (George Cisar) sound like Peter Griffin?
CG creator pwnisher once again challenged artists to make frames for a collaborative video. This time, each creator was provided with a basic animation of the interior of a moving vehicle and let their imaginations run wild. 2448 artists participated. Here are the top 100 renders. And if you’ve 3 hours to spare, here are all of them.
You know you’re in trouble when you’re on a Starfleet vessel and the lights turn red and a klaxon starts blaring. Editor John DiMarco put together another one of his Star Trek compilation videos, this time showcasing how the Red Alert signal has changed over the years.
Star Trek’s starships have been warping through space since The Original Series debuted back in 1966. John DiMarco put together this compilation that shows how warp speed jumps have changed over the years, starting with the 1979 release of Star Trek: The Motion Picture through today’s series like Lower Decks and Picard.
Star Trek and its spin-offs have been entertaining audiences for more than 50 years. Part of what makes the shows work so well is the infusion of humor into its characters’ interactions. Looper compiled this video of some of the funniest scenes in the history of the franchise. Star Trek IV is packed with hilarious gems.
After taking on the 1980s with aplomb, The Hood Internet has completed the cycle for the 1990s. Hit play and enjoy this 35-minute playlist of classic hits from nineties hitmakers like Deee-Lite, DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince, No Doubt, Alanis Morissette, Everclear, and Missy Elliott.
From para-skiing to cliff-diving to rooftop parkour runs, there are lots of ways for athletes to get their thrills. Storyful compiled this 15-minute video featuring a dozen daredevil activities from the awe-inspiring to the downright foolhardy. Unless you count dizziness, the jumbo hula hoop at the end is clearly the tamest.
After wowing us with their awesome 1980s music compilations, the guys from The Hood Internet have kicked off a new decade, this time cramming 60 hits from 1990 into a 3-minute, 30-second medley. From Deee-Lite to Depeche Mode and Pixies to Public Enemy, it’s a fantastic flashback to a fondly-remembered time.
What’s up Doc? Could you use a bunch of chuckles before humpday gets here? Look no further than this 22-minute compilation from WB Kids, which packs in 80 classic cartoon moments to celebrate Bugs Bunny’s 80th anniversary. Seriously though, Bugs is such an instigator.
Somewhere around 4pm every day we’d like to take an afternoon siesta. If you could use some sleep too, video editor Daniel Mercadante put together this compilation of animals and people dozing off to help inspire your next power nap. If you need more inspiration, we’ve heard yawns can be especially contagious.
We’re all feeling the stress lately, so it’s nice to have something to relax our brains. We turn once again to the Hydraulic Press Channel to help us release some tension, with a series of 65 different soft, squishy, crunchy, fragile, and bendy items meeting a satisfying end.
Getting to the end of a video game can be highly satisfying or highly disappointing, depending on the game. But some games are so difficult to beat that few have seen the way they finish. TheGamer compiled 10 of the trickiest ones to get to – including some that have no end at all.
TheDominoKing’s video does feature nearly a million dominoes being toppled, though they actually appeared spread across 22 different clips from throughout 2019. This compilation shows off many of the highlights of his impressive displays which feature pop culture character and logo art.
You know a TV series is memorable when you can extract tiny sound bites from every episode, and get a laugh out of almost every one. Editor Estelle Grignon compiled this laugh-packed reel which features a just about a second from each of the NBC comedy’s 201 episodes.
Jeopardy! has long been the smartest game show on TV, and unlike shows that give players some latitude with their answers, you have to be pretty spot on to be right on this one. Super Deluxe compiled this fun reel of longtime host Alex Trebek calling contestants out.
(PG-13) You really need to watch every episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia for maximum effect, but for fans of the show, you’ll want to check out Sh*tty Film Productions’ compilation reel, which features 1 to 2 second snippets of every episode of the show so far.