This is a follow up to Youtuber BurtBots’ October 2020 classic ‘Uruk-Hai With Normal Voices – Meat’s Back on the Menu’, this time with ‘Orcs With Normal Voices – The Age Of Men Is Over’. As with the previous video, I can’t help but feel these aren’t normal human voices,
Because why can’t a show about nothing be about whatever you want it to be, this is a trailer for Seinfeld cut by Max Gold reimagining the series as a sci-fi horror psycho-thriller. Would I watch nine seasons of it? Of course I would. Granted, I also watched nine seasons
Because realism is only an afterthought in action movies, this is a video of the silencer pistol fight from John Wick: Chapter 2 edited by Youtuber Robot_ninja_pirate with more realistic silenced pistol sounds. Is it accurate? Probably not. Is it MORE accurate? Probably yes. I also included the original scene
Remember that deepfake of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone in Step Brothers made by Brian Monarch? Of course you don’t, that was all the way back in October. What are we, elephants? Well this is that video, but with voice actor Joe Gaudet performing Schwarzenegger and Stallone voiceovers. The result?
The Police’s ‘Every Breath You Take’: a troubling song about an obsessive ex-lover that’s sung like a much sweeter love song (and Sting wonders why people misinterpret it). Well now there’s a honky tonk version recorded by Youtuber There I Ruined It (previously). Is it any good? No clue, my
Because the king demands entertainment and demands it now, this is a video of Algal the Bard performing bardcore covers of Metallica’s ‘The Unforgiven’ and ‘Nothing Else Matters’ with real instruments not just MIDI files. I’m not sure if these songs particularly lend themselves to being performed in a medieval
Ever wondered what Tetris would look like with soft, Jelly-like pieces covered in fur? Me neither, at least not in a fantasy I’m willing to admit to, but German softbody animator Chris of C4D4U has decided to show us what it might look like anyways. So the pieces don’t actually
Since human-like robots need mindless entertainment too (do they though?), this is a twelve minute pilot episode of ‘Data’, a sitcom for androids imagined by Youtuber Traindozer and edited together using footage from Star Trek: The Next Generation and its blooper reels. you know with all the bone-dry humor and