Going to space in movies isn't just a bad idea, it's often a suicide mission. Luc Bergeron's latest space movie mashup puts 32 science fiction movies together to show how desperate things get when you're all alone in space, and are the only one left that can save the Earth or fly into the Death Star or rejuvenate the Sun. Whatever the mission is, it always requires the ultimate sacrifice.
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Video: Here is nearly 4-minutes of awesome dance scenes from movies that, just from watching it, will make you have a riotous good time. Dance sequences in movies are sometimes goofy, sometimes winking, sometimes weird but always worth watching. I had a dumb smile on my face throughout this entire video by Robert Jones of beautiful famous people dancing like maniacs.
Video: Watching this cool mashup of 98 famous movie fights totally unleashed my inner teenager. It makes me want to get my old high school friends together for a daylong kung fu movie marathon — in VHS if possible. The only thing that bothered me about the clip is the annoying music. That's one thing I'll never miss about the '90s.
Video: Apart from the razor-sharp dialogues, Tarantino's movies are famous for their glossy visuals. But those visuals wouldn't be so impressive without good sound design. Editor Jacob T. Swinney put together this mashup showcasing the importance of sound effects in Tarantino's films.
Video: Meet Urkel-San, the protagonist of the new Animation Domination High-Def video that transforms Family Matters into an uncanny anime world full of swords, robots and magic potions. I don't know about you but I like this version much better than the original.
If you didn't have time to go see this year's Academy Award nominees for best picture you should watch this neat mashup by University of Nevada student Dustin Martin. It condenses the eight movies in one video and shows just enough to put you in the right mood for The Oscars without spoiling any of the fun.
Video: French graphic designer and editor Michael Deleau put together this trailer for all the superhero movies released in 2014. It all combines so naturally and seamlessly that it really highlights how all these movies use the same visual language — albeit with different end results, of course.
Editor Max Shishkin combined the soundtrack of Intersellar, the voice of Anthony Hopkins reading Do not go gentle into that good night by Dylan Thomas, and footage from 35 of the best space movies to make this amazing mashup.
Oh, nothing to see here. Oh wait. Just kidding. There is everything to see here. This two minute clip of action scenes from MovieClips Trailers is so badass that I've watched it multiple times now. I can't get enough. In fact, it has me hankering for an action movie so bad. Good thing John Wick is out soon, right?
Video: I never thought Woody could be portrayed as a horror character until I saw this video of Toy Story mashed up with Annabelle. It's so scary that it will haunt my dreams tonight, tomorrow and the rest of the week.
Musician and YouTuber Kutiman is a mashup master of sorts. However, he doesn't deal with the common music fodder that most Frankenstein-type musicians use. Instead of stitching together popular verses and choruses from mainstream music, Kutiman pulls from an entirely different source — amateur YouTube videos.
Stephen Soderbergh is a big fan of Psycho. The original Hitchcock thriller is 54 years old now, so we think it's ripe for a bit of re-interpretation. Gus Van Sant's 1999 shot-for-shot remake is newer, but as a tribute work we reckon the rules are a little looser. So does Soderbergh, apparently — he's made a mash-up of the two films and posted it online.
Remember the first time you ever heard your favourite band? What about the first time you heard Queen, or The Beatles? Now think back to that time, because this is the exact opposite to that. Unless you're a pop fanatic like me, and then this is incredible. Presenting Call Me Gangnam, the inevitable mash-up of PSY's viral hit Gangnam Style and Carly-Rae Jepsen's Call Me Maybe.