Steve Ramsden’s brilliantly edited mashup of two classic, but very different movies which take place in iconic hotels – Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel – and the Overlook Hotel from Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining.
The Piano Guys mash up the sounds of Johann Sebastian Bach with the Jackson 5’s I Want You Back – which is now permanently intertwined in our minds with Dancing Baby Groot – who should now be wearing a powdered wig.
For his latest edit, sample-master Eclectic Method took sound bites from the Terminator universe, and mashed them up into an edgy electronic track loaded with the sounds of weaponry and futuristic killing machines.
Mashup master Neil Cicierga managed to combine two of the most incompatible tunes – Hall and Oates I Can’t Go for That and Metallica’s Enter Sandman into a single track that’s just so bizarre that it’s actually brilliant.
Universes awkwardly collided when OG sax player Kenny G performed Regulate with Warren G. The best part about this is you can see both men are in disbelief at what they’re doing. At least they got paid to be punchlines.
YouTuber Redtank took video elements from rapper Rick Ross (er RO$$), and replaced the music with Paul Simon’s Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard, which should make absolutely no sense, but somehow it works brilliantly.
Isosine created this unlikely, yet absolutely brilliant remix of Taylor Swift’s pop hit Shake it Off and Nine Inch Nails’ dark soliloquy The Perfect Drug. It’s the musical equivalent of Black Swan. Download the MP3 here.
For his latest VFX-filled short, Andrew McMurray mashes up the worlds of these two action RPGs as Vault Boy takes on the mighty Dovahkin. Will a Pip-Boy 3000 and Nuka-Cola trump a sword and a helmet with horns? Tune in and find out!
Musician Andy Rehfeldt transforms Black Sabbath’s metal classic Paranoid into an upbeat jazz tune, preserving Ozzy Osbourne’s original vocals, but forever lightening the mood of the track. Also, we prefer to remember Ozzy this way.
Eclectic Method’s latest track combines numerous classic hip hop tracks, which themselves are known for sampling their sources, creating a sort of hiphopception track that’s one level further removed from its source tracks.
YouTuber ChiefBrodyRules does what he can to fix Alien vs. Predator by adding officer John McClane into the middle of the fray between the warring alien species. We wonder how you say “Yippee Ki-Yay, Mother F**ker!” in Yautja.
Bowling is a flat circle in these spot-on opening credits for The Big Lebowski made in the distinctive style of True Detective‘s opener. It loses steam at the end, but the main character intros are top notch. Made by Darrin Fullerton.
The end of the year wouldn’t be complete without DJ Earworm’s annual mix of the United States’ biggest pop hits. This year’s mashup Do What You Wanna Do features Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, John Legend, Meghan Trainor and more.
The heroes of Jurassic Park can’t believe that – well, if you’ve seen Ace Ventura then you probably know which scene is used here. One of those times when it’s funnier if you haven’t seen the movie being referenced.
YouTuber Andy Rehfeldt managed to turn Van Halen’s classic Running with the Devil into a mellow jazz track more fitting of Steely Dan than David Lee Roth. If you enjoyed it as much as we did, buy Andy a beer.
“…Our greatest accomplishments cannot be behind us. Because our destiny lies above us.”Movieclips Trailers made this inspirational mashup of space movies, including Interstellar, Star Trek and 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Animator James Farr’s latest crossover short film reenacts the events in the Avengers movie using Mario, Link, Princess Peach and other Nintendo characters. Samus should have been Iron Woman, but Pikathor is a great hybrid.