I used to imagine some sort of comedy skit where there's a "Name That Tune" type game show, and the person singing the song that has to be guessed just goes "Doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo...MORTAL KOMBAT!!!" Obviously the contestant then guesses wrong.
So when the Warp Zone posted this multi-part a cappella rendition of that exact music, it warmed my heart, and made me think I should have gotten off my lazy ass and made that skit when I thought of it. Of course, when I had that idea there was no YouTube and my only camera was VHS, so it would not have been as good.More >>
You remember Kung Fury, right? A tribute to '80s cheese featuring Hitler as "The Kung Fuhrer", Norse gods co-existing with dinosaurs, and robots made out of arcade machines. It was pitched as a 30-minute short on Kickstarter, seeking $100,000, and made over six times that because society actually does have good taste. Or terrible taste. Doesn't matter.
Point is, they got David Haselhoff to make a music video for it, and it both sounds and looks like the greatest '80s relic you somehow dug up on a VHS tape found in the attic. I am now firmly convinced this will be the best movie of the year to feature Thor as a character. Sorry, Joss.More >>
"Singing" is perhaps a loose word, though if James Cagney can say that's what he was doing in Yankee Doodle Dandy, this counts too. The speech box hasn't, as far as I can tell, been auto-tuned - just timed efficiently to the tune of "The Galaxy Song" from The Meaning of Life.
And in less than three minutes, Hawking himself has now given us more entertainment value than anything in that boring-ass movie about his life that won the Oscar. Maybe he should have played himself.More >>
If you don't know Die Antwoord as the weird-ass, fake street-thug South African performance artist-rappers, then you may know them as the weird-ass, fake street thug South African actors in Chappie. You probably didn't think they'd see toy form in Pikachu and pink bear costumes.
I fink they freaky and I like dem a lot.
You know - for probably the only time in my life, I'm hoping that protests by the religious right against sexually ambiguous content actually work. That's how much I don't want to see The Rocky Horror Picture Show remade for Fox TV.More >>
Like many who spent time on Eternia in the '80s, what I remember most about the original He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cartoon is its insanely catchy theme song. That deceptively simple title track not only stirred our emotions with its sweeping melody, but managed to repeat the main character's name 10 times in under a minute and a half. No wonder it's so iconic! And yet as memorable as it was, the rest of the show's music has largely been forgotten... until now. Making its long awaited debut, La-La-Land Records presents a deluxe 2-CD set of the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe soundtrack, featuring over 90 minutes of previously unreleased music. I talked with John Takis and Neil S. Bulk, the album's Producers, about the series' signature sound and what it took to bring this meticulously restored television score to life.More >>
It's an obvious joke, but the final punchline is very funny. This video by the Bilderbergers was produced by Lorne Michael's Above Average Productions, and features beastiality jokes courtesy of your subconscious.Yes it does. You know it to be true.More >>
What a coincidence. I was just thinking about how I wanted to wake up, grab a brush and put on a little makeup, then leave the keys on the table.
Lo and behold, a new Mortal Kombat video extrapolates from this that I distrust its self-righteous suicide. Isn't it funny how almost any heavy rock song can be made better with the addition of breaking bone and sword-unsheathing sound effects at each break point? In Shavo Odadjian's trailer for the game, it isn't just angels that deserve to die. Not that "deserve" is much of a consideration in Outworld.More >>
St. Louis band Superfun Yeah Yeah Rocketship have decided that what the Avengers really need is a dead man walking, to tombstone the Chitauri straight to hell. Naturally, they're imagining the early '90s Taker with Paul Bearer - if they recruited today's version, all Thanos (played brilliantly here by an actual eggplant) would have to do is sign Brock Lesnar to counter.
"Age of Undertaker" definitely has a ring to it.More >>