This remix from Eclectic Method is based entirely around the true heroes of the Star Wars universe: the droids. Seriously, though, just try to convince me that Artoo isn't the most badass character in the all six movies.
If you're wondering what this image is, yes: it's a silhouette of a chocobo with the iconic Wu-Tang "W" cut out. And yes, that can only mean one thing: someone finally mashed up key verses from the Wu-Tang Clan with songs from Final Fantasy VI. The end result is about as whacky as you'd expect.
A followup to the equally catchy remix of Breaking Bad seasons 1 and 2, this newly released mashup from YouTuber placeboing draws on memorable scenes from the show's final three seasons to yield one highly addictive earworm. This should go without saying, but here be spoilers.
In this animated version of Jimi Hendrix's lost final interview, he calls himself a mad scientist, talks about the place of fantasy in his music, and expounds on his favorite saying: "When things get too heavy just call me helium, the lightest known gas to man."
There are spoilers for Iron Man 3 in audiovisual producer Mike Relm's latest remix video, which mashes all three Iron Man movies with Black Sabbath's classic song "Iron Man." But if you've already seen the film (or don't mind a few spoilers), it's mix sure to get your blood pumping.
As we get ready to bid farewell to Breaking Bad for now (and so soon!), let's relive some of the glory days of Seasons One and Two by nodding our heads along with this musical mix by YouTuber placeboing.
The real reason Charlton Heston came to the Planet of the Apes? To dance. Brad Hasse adds some much-needed glow sticks and turntables to the classic film, converting the humans vs. apes showdown into a dance-off for the fate of the planet, all set to a Benny Benassi medley. But the apes are shocked at the appearance…
A comedy troupe matched random words with the lip movements of Picard and Number One in Star Trek: The Next Generation, the result is weirdly addictive — and hilarious. You can't miss the aptly titled "Happy in Paraguay."