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
This is a compilation video of famous movie scenes with televisions in them edited by French filmmaker Fabrice Mathieuso so that Mariah Carey’s ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’ appears to be playing on them, and the characters being none too thrilled about it. I can actually empathize, and
This is the entirety of the 1988 Pee-Wee’s Playhouse Christmas Special lovingly remastered in 1080p high definition. Now I’d be lying if I said I remember it, but I probably did watch it. What can I say, 1988 was a long time ago, and my memory isn’t what it used
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
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.
Because this is the internet and the internet will never stops internetting until I decide I’ve had enough and push the big red button (I get closer every day — recent afternoons I’ve even been lifting its clear plastic cover and caressing the button with my index finger), this is
This is a compilation of the Titanic sinking (was once not enough?!) as reimagined in thirteen different movies and television shows over the past 100 years, including a couple cartoons. It’s crazy to think the Titanic sunk all the way back in 1912. I still remember reading about it in