On Friday, we looked at “Doctor Jones,” a song that somehow references Indiana Jones, but also gets everything about that character wrong. Now we’re asking you, what’s your favorite song about a science fiction book, movie, TV show, or game?
If you missed the epic performance of "Everything Is Awesome" by Tegan and Sara and the Lonely Island, then you also missed Will Arnett, who voices LEGO Batman, making an appearance as the very dour Batman. "Darkness. No parents," indeed.
The Pathways Interns of NASA's Johnson Space Center made "All About That Space" as a way to raise interest and excitement in the Orion launch (as if we needed it!). It's the most charming thing in the whole world.
It takes an average of just over two seconds for most people to identify this song, which a new experiment describes as the most easily recognizable song to ever chart. But how does that work?
It's not often that you get the chance to say, "You probably won't know this song, it's pretty obscure" about a hit song. Now, thanks to this graph, you can.
Many of us can probably recite, "Pop! Goes The Weasel" by heart. Passed down across the centuries, the anachronisms in the lyrics sound like playful nonsense words. In truth, this and other rhymes were practical lessons for children, trying to survive amid death, plague, crime and poverty.
Have you ever thought, "I like Christmas music, but is any of that stuff true?" Well, Horrible Histories has answered that question for you. In song.
On the way to becoming the movies that we know and sometimes love, Disney musicals have gone through numerous cuts and changes, and sometimes entire songs are lost in the editorial process. So what toe-tapping songs of the supernatural did we miss out on?
We've all grooved to William Shatner's "singing." But the history of science-fiction novelty records is much bigger, and weirder. From Weird Al's tribute to Yoda to Wonder Woman covering Toto, there have been many bizarre discs that celebrated science fiction.
Just because we've crossed the threshold from Christmas to Boxing Day doesn't mean that you can't retain the holiday spirit. And The Venture Bros. are here to help, with classic holiday tunes sung by your favorite villains and henchmen.
As the world ends, who'll provide the soundtrack for the final moments? In all likelihood, apocalyptic British folk band We'll Write, whose music video includes a giant robot taking over the world.
Dr. Horrible may have won the Internet’s heart, but he’s hardly the only supervillain with a penchant for bursting into song. We list some of the other villainous vocalists conquering the world with music.
Hey, it's Friday! And if you're like me, you're heading out to the Karaoke to guzzle $1 PBRs and holler into a super-echoey mic at a crowd of people who (hopefully) are even drunker than you are. But being an enlightened, forward-looking person, what you really want is to bellow a science fiction song into the mic.…