Inconceivable! YouTuber Phillip Raupach did a brilliant job taking lines from The Princess Bride out of context and turning them into a creepy horror flick; the story of a young Prince and his deadly obsession with another man’s girl.
Mark Vidler mashed up the lyrics of the Beatles’ Paperback Writer with the music from the Knack’s My Sharona. We know both songs too well for the mix to work its charm on us, but we love how well-made it is.
(NSFW: Language) Chi-town’s music mavens Aaron Brink and Steve Reidell mash up hip hop songs with indie and underground tracks as The Hood Internet. Their eighth mixtape features Drake, Baauer, Chvrches, Yeasayer and more.
Editor Philip Raupach took footage The Matrix Reloaded, and replaced the sounds with the bleeps and blips of old video games, leveling up what was otherwise not the Wachowski’s finest moment. We were waiting for Blanka to appear.
(NSFW: Language) Chris Pratt recently rapped Eminem’s verse on Forgot About Dre on DJ Whoo Kid’s radio show. YouTuber treytech synced Chris’ a capella flow with the song’s beat, then added a couple of tweaks for good measure.
Ever wonder what a Harry Potter movie would be like if Edgar Wright directed it? Check out this mashup of the fantasy series with the Scott Pilgrim movie by trailer enthusiast The Unusual Suspect. Original trailer here.
Mashup master Neil Cicierega returns with another brilliant edit, which melds everything from Nine Inch Nails to Chumbawamba to Miley Cyrus to a Folgers coffee commercial. The Billy Joel/R.E.M. combo sounds like a Weird Al track.
Whether he did it on purpose or not, YouTuber MR8866 satirizes bombastic, VFX-drenched summer blockbusters by combining just about every major franchise into one flick. Hollywood, just make this movie and get it over with.
Curly, Larry and Moe do their best job to channel Hannibal, Faceman, and Murdock in HaphazardStuff’s amusing mashup of The Three Stooges and The A-Team. We’ll take Mr. T over Shemp any day. (Thanks Mr. Miyagi!)
“There’s people in there! What the heck is so great about that!” You’ve heard WWE’s excitable commentator Jim Ross make fail videos better. TheBlueOwlPlays applied J.R.’s gravelly voice to video game footage. Part 1 here.
(NSFW: Language)Oh dear.Eager Beaver Films created this amusing mashup of the Mr. Men universe with the dark and devious world of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman. The Roger Hargreaves voiceover is priceless.
(Gore) Artist Dan Luvisi decided to take popular characters from cartoons and animation and send them into a dark and disturbing alternative universe as characters in violent R-rated and just downright warped new settings.
The teaser for the latest installment of Amerigo Gazaway’s sublime Yasiin Bey and Marvin Gaye mashup. You can get the single Travellin’Man Pt. II and the other Yasiin Gaye tracks on Amerigo’s Bandcamp page.
(SPOILERS)Double Prizes gives the previous week’s Game of Thrones episode an appropriate Law & Order: Special Victims Unit mashup. Don’t worry Westeros, detective Fin Tutuola’s on the case. No actually, do worry a bit.
Redditor mrdvno – the mad genius behind Best Drops Ever – slowed down the vocal track from Grant Kirkhope’s DK Rap from Donkey Kong 64 and laid it over Daft Punk’s Da Funk. It sounds like John C. Reilly rapping.
One YouTube commenter described Neil Cicierega’s mashup of Elton John’s Crocodile Rock with System of a Down’s Chop Suey! as “horrifyingly awesome.” We couldn’t agree more. I cry when angels deserve to die. La, la la la la la…
So you’re telling me there’s a chance? There’s no question that Dumb and Dumber is a screwball comedy, but that didn’t stop Josh Rocklage from turning it into a serious film, thanks to clever editing and appropriately dramatic music.
Wax Audio’s latest mashup seamlessly combines the polar opposites of music, with the Bee Gees Stayin’ Alive on one end and AC/DC’s Back in Black on the other. Bonus fact: Both bands hailed from the same part of Australia.
HERE IT COMES! HERE IT COMES! OH MAH GAWD! You might have seen some of these bloopers before, but the intense commentating of WWE’s good ol’ J.R. gives them an extra oomph. Jim Ross – the bizarro David Attenborough.
YouTuber Marca Blanca collected clips of goats – and a couple of sheep – bleating and made them sing the title theme of Game of Thrones. If a bunch of Dothraki drunkards formed a rugby team this is what their haka would sound like.
YouTuber Vogel reminds us why Mike Tyson used to be called The Baddest Man on the Planet, adding sound effects from Street Fighter II to an Iron Mike highlight reel. Come for the gimmick, stay for the knockouts.
Illustrator Darren Rawlings envisions what classic vehicles from movies and TV would look like if they were robots in disguise. The Ecto-1 and Mach V are pretty awesome, but the Mystery Machine is downright epic.
Rickrolling just got taken to a whole new level with Nils’ epic mashup of Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up, Avicii’s Wake Me Up, and Chumbawamba’s Tubthumping. We dare you not to bob you head to this track.