Because everything is a racket, this is visualization of the price increases across streaming platforms since Netflix’s introduction in 2011. Where’s that $1.50 CostCo hot dog guy when you really need him? I learned a lot by studying the chart. Mostly, that ever since cutting the cord, everyone that I
Note: Adult situations and language. This is another great edit from Youtuber eli_handle_b․wav (previously), this time placing It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’s paternal Frank Reynolds into Baldur’s Gate 3. Now I’ve never played Baldur’s Gate 3, but I still very much enjoyed the video. That Frank — what a dumpster
This is a compilation created by Trekkie John DiMarco (previously) of Spock finding things fascinating throughout the entirety of the Star Trek franchise, but predominately from the original series. Me? I wish I were Spock, because I don’t find anything fascinating anymore. Now almost everything is just disappointing or cool,
Note: Video unsurprisingly contains strong language. The handiwork of master editor eli_handle_b․wav, this is a video reimagining It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s healthy paternal figure Frank Reynolds in The Last Of Us. It’s solid gold. Or, if it’s not solid gold, it’s at least 99.99% like is stamped on all
These are a couple videos of the UK’s Mando 2 Hire, a Mandalorian available for hire (for parties, not bounty hunting — although everybody has their price) that comes with his own optical illusion speederbike (a motorcycle with mirror fenders to hide its wheels), complete with lights and sound effects.
Easily one of my favorite theme songs of all time (right up there with Gilligan’s Island), this is a video of The Addams Family theme being performed by a bunch of old computer hardware like floppy drives, and old hard drives. They’re basically ghosts themselves! I do miss those old
Note: Apparently the video contains spoilers. This is a video from Auralnauts reimagining the opening credits for Disney’s ‘Ahsoka’ in the style of a 1986 show like the A-Team. They really did a great job — I felt like it was 1986 all over again! Would I watch this reimagined
Back before Bryan Cranston was a New Mexico drug manufacturer, he was the father of a dysfunctional California family in Malcolm In The Middle. And this is a compilation of 47 movie references featured in the show, played side-by-side with the movie they reference, as compiled by filmmaker Zamir A.