To celebrate Mario Day (Mar10), this is a video of classically trained pianist/starer Lord Vinheteiro performing the Super Mario Bros overworld theme on a baroque harpsichord while dressed as Mozart. Towards the end he also does a little underworld theme, and the starman theme (when Mario gets an invincibility star).
This is a video of Algal the Bard performing a bardcore cover of The Mandalorian theme with a variety of instruments. It’s nice, but it’s not really that different sounding than the original. As a matter of fact, this could just be the original with a video of a dude
Because some people are talented and good at what they do, this is a Cowboy Bebop inspired intro for The Mandalorian made from scratch by French animator Malec and his team. The result, well, the result is really out of this world. Get it? “Because you’re an idiot.” Certainly not
This is a video of flutist Ariana Piknjac and sister/pianist Ella Piknjac performing a lovely rendition of The Simpsons theme on their respective instruments. Delightful, wasn’t it? I felt like I was right there in Springfield, racing to the sofa along with the rest of the family. I’m not though,
This is a video of cellist Samara Ginsberg performing a very moving rendition of the Jurassic Park theme as she arranged for an octet of cellos. Did anybody else get the goosebumps? Because I got the goosebumps and SO MUCH MORE. “Diarehha?” Haha, only every day of the week that
This is the officially licensed The Goonies Monopoly game made by Monopoly bastardizer USAOPOLY. It costs around $42 on Amazon and comes with properties based on movie locations, six custom sculpted tokens (little girl’s bike, copper bones, gold doubloon, statue of David, Willy’s eye patch, and skull & cross bones.
This is the intro to Friends as edited together by Matthew Highton using nothing but existing stock footage. I also included his same treatment for Buffy The Vampire Slayer because it exists and I’m all about 2-for-1 deals. That’s like getting twenty-five percent off each item! “Fifty percent.” That’s like
This is a video of The Mandalorian theme’s composer Ludwig Göransson performing the song in what appears to be an official music video released by Disney+. Admittedly, Disney+ is pretty great, but what if I’m trying to save a little money, what does Disney- have to offer? “A live mouse