After taking us back in time to 1979, The Hood Internet dips their toe into the decade of big hair, Pac-Man and Rubik’s Cubes. As the 1980s kicked off, the transition to new wave and power pop is in full force, but disco isn’t quite ready to give up the fight.
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Lewis Wake has taken a variety of clips from movies, and swapped out the music with other songs that play at a similar number of beats per minute. Some of our favorites are Back to the Future with Beastie Boys, Napoleon Dynamite’s dance with Cher, and Blues Brothers with Kaiser Chiefs.
While Kaboom Percussion seems perfectly capable of playing songs without such trickery, they decided to skip a traditional performance for this clip, instead recording each note of Toto’s Africa individually, then chopping it all together in video editing software.
Editor The Unusual Suspect diced up bits and pieces from 156 different movies in order to replicate the vocals from one of the greatest one-hit wonders of all time – Mambo No. 5 by Lou Bega, replacing the names of his female conquests with those of various movie characters.
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.
(PG-13) Film editor Antonio Maria Da Silva of AMDSFILMS presents his latest masterpiece, a single film that combines scenes from classic horrors, thrillers, and other films envisioning all the creepy stories are flowing forth from the twisted mind of The Shining’s Jack Torrance.
Editor Bill Smith makes the already uncomfortable setting of pitching a business idea on Shark Tank and makes it truly unsettling by removing all dialogue, and just focusing in on the most awkward reaction shots. And Robert Herjavec could use some antiperspirant.
If you watch Taboo (or Mad Max: Fury Road for that matter) you know that Tom Hardy can be a man of few words. Flypie Films edited together a brief compilation of some of the many times the badass Brit emitted a grunt in the first five episodes of the awesome FX series.
Anyone who watches Doctor Who knows that their favorite doc will eventually die and come back to life with a new actor in their place. The Garo Studios looks at the more recent Doctors’ facing their inevitable fates. Capaldi isn’t long for the universe either.
We haven’t seen the entire series yet, but what we’ve seen of Planet Earth II is majestic and visually stunning. Of course, audio makes all the difference in the world, and one madman decided that the series would be much better if all the animals were screaming.
Gene Wilder’s performance in Young Frankenstein is loaded with dramatic moments, but it was still one of the funniest movies ever. But what if it were actually a drama? Editor Ryan Shukis updated the trailer (and added bits of Van Helsing) to turn it into a real thriller.