Here, via Digg, is five straight minutes of ‘80s commercials set to Flock of Seagulls’ “I Ran.” But this isn’t merely some strung-together compilation of ads. It’s carefully edited to produce a deeply unsettling experience, like being stuck in this 1972 Playskool toy computer with a drunk Max Headroom. Cornflakes…
Everything in the world is terrible, especially on Mondays, so bottle your rage and listen to this mash-up of the Seinfeld theme song with Limp Bizkit's "Break Stuff." It sounds OK but it's completely unnecessary!
Everybody relax. There's no need to pick sides anymore. You don't have to be either #TeamBeyoncé or #TeamBeck. Now you can simply be #TeamHotJams with this new "Beckyoncé" mashup.
Every year, DJ Earworm releases a mega-mashup of the top 25 pop songs of the last 12 months, and every year I approach it with disdain and consternation, only to be completely pleased with the end results. Mashups are generally the worst genre of music in existence, especially in the '10s, because they tend to exhibit…
How is everyone's Wednesday? Are you having a good day? Anyone in need of a Muppets video? I thought so!
Every now and then, our universe will produce a cosmic alignment of two glorious bodies, ushering in a new era of prosperity and happiness. This is one of those events, and we should all be thankful to have lived to witness the ascension of a Golden Era. Ladies and gentleman, Ginuwine's "Pony" and Tim Allen's…
Yes, there is a mash-up called Harry Potter vs. The World and yes it delivers what it promises. If you have ever wanted to see what Harry, Hermione and Ron would be like in the Scott Pilgrim vs. The World universe, then this is for you.
You'll never believe how well this new version of "Let It Go" works with Game of Thrones.
I know I already posted one "most popular songs of 2013" mix, but I really love this one from DJ Earworm. It's kinda like someone took all your leftover Thanksgiving dishes and mixed them into one delicious mega meal of funky fabulousness. I'm a fan.
I'll never get sick of Mean Girls mashups. NEVER! I'll never stop trying to make precious happen.
Music video producer/DJ/remixer Robin Skouteris spliced and chopped Miley's "Wrecking Ball" with O'Connor's "Nothing Compares 2 U" and created the ultimate shaved-head crying lady clip. It's called "Nothing Compares to Wrecking Ball," and actually, it really works.
What would it look like if Jay Z's art world fanboy extravangaza, "Picasso Baby," were set to Taylor Swift's "22"? Elisa Kreisinger — aka Pop Culture Pirate — answers that question.
Okay, internet. You've worked hard on creating countless mashups, but let's be blunt — most of them have fallen short. Don't beat yourself up over it! Combining a bunch of separate things into one creative and cohesive thing can be very hard. You'll try often and you'll fail often, but give yourself a break because…
You had to have known after the Game of Thrones season three finale that someone was going to make a Theon Greyjoy/"Dick In a Box" mashup. (And maybe — secretly — you couldn't wait?)
Although, it's almost definite that Tony Stark would be Claire Standish. It's not hard to picture him saying, "Do you know how popular I am? I am so popular. Everybody loves me so much at this school."
When you think of songs that mix well together, chances are that Jay-Z's "Empire State of Mind" and Lana Del Rey's "National Anthem" don't immediately come to mind. Luckily, musician and DJ Carlos Serrano was a little savvier than that (don't feel bad; he is a professional) and ended up creating a pretty cool mashup…
Oh, Jaime Lannister. How can you be so bad, but so good at the same time?
In either world, Joan is BAMF.
DJ Earworm has posted his fourth annual United State of Pop mashup, featuring 2011's 25 biggest pop songs (as determined by methodology explained here) rolled up into one enjoyable and easy to digest ditty. What's particularly cool about Earworm's mashups — and this year's edition more so than ever — is that they…
What happens when you take the theatrical trailer for the 2005 movie Sin City but replace all of the actors with Disney characters? This dark-and-dreary cut of the scariest characters from the darkest Disney scenes, which I wouldn't recommend letting your children watch.