This is yet another delicious remix from South African musician The Kiffness (previously), this time turning the giant robotic doll’s “red light, green light, one, two, three” (“mugunghwa kkoci pieot seumnida”) from the first Squid Game into a looping song, complete with the doll dancing via the magic of CGI.
This is a video of musician JMAPMUSIC attempting to play the iconic riff from Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman’ wearing more and more pairs of latex gloves, all the way up to twenty. He does a fine enough job I guess, although Lars Ulrich and James Hetfield will probably still try to
Because the internet can be both alive with of wonder and a clogged public toilet simultaneously just like Schrödinger’s cat, this is ‘The Pictures Of Fat Dogs Metal Song’ created by musician Frazee Wooster. It’s a heavy metal song about chonky dogs. My dogs? My dogs are neither overweight nor
This is a video of an Emperor Palpatine toy Force lightning the shit out of Luke Skywalker via a Tesla Coil performing The Imperial March. You know the internet really gets boners for stuff like this. Me? I only get boners for one thing, and one thing only. “Footlong chili
Because this is the internet and the internet never stops, well, internetting, this is a video of musician André Antunes adding some heavy metal accompaniment to hog calling competitions at the Illinois and Iowa State Fairs. André really does a fantastic job, which is even more impressive when you consider
This is another tasty remix from The Kiffness (previously), this time taking the audio from a TikTok video of Haiku the Husky talking and transforming it into an ancient Husky song, once howled by his ancestors many moons ago. Really makes you want to just strip down naked and howl
The Matrix and Rage Against The Machine’s ‘Wake Up’: it was only a matter of time until the two were married in unholy matrimony and birthed a Halloween lights display. And this is a video of that lovechild. The display starts with audio from the final scene of The Matrix,
The internet: it never stops turning. Even in the middle of the night when it should have gone to bed hours ago and can only produce terrible ideas. Enter the Rickroll video that never starts — just ten minutes of the intro on repeat. It’s maddening. But, if you can