In a fantasy literature showdown for the ages we get Game of Thrones against The Lord of the Rings as the world of hobbits takes on the world of sex and death.
It’s the latest video in the Epic Rap Battle of History series, and there is plenty of shade thrown between the two authors. Who wins? Well, you’ll have to decide that.
We communicate increasingly by using emojis, so Disney decided to remake the Force Awakens using the ideograms and smileys.
The result is undeniably entertaining but it also takes some liberties with the plot—but it’s something you can forgive because it’s so damn cute.
He’s got no engineering qualifications, no flying skills, but he does have a shed and some determination and sometimes that’s all you need.
Colin Furze, UK inventor and YouTube star, has gone next level with his latest creation, a homemade hoverbike made from paramotors—it has no steering or brakes or seat, but it’s still amazing.
Jeremy Hunt, the man whose name rhymes with exactly what he is, has been given the Cassetteboy remix treatment—and it’s hilarious.
As junior doctors go on A&E strike for the first time in NHS history today Cassetteboy ridicules Hunt’s handling off the situation, all set to the tune of Village People’s ‘Y.M.C.A.’
If a random stranger stopped you on the street and asked to snoop on your phone you’d have a pretty strong answer to give them—that’s what comedian Olivia Lee does in this video to highlight the invasive nature of the UK government’s proposed Investigatory Powers Bill (aka the Snoopers’ Charter).
The video was made by human rights organisation Liberty to draw attention to the privacy-invading powers that British intelligence agencies will have if the bill becomes law, giving them and public bodies full access to your internet and communication history. If you disagree with the bill sign up to Liberty’s No #SnoopersCharter campaign and urge MPs to reject the bill when they vote on it this summer.
This is the Phil Mitchell cover of ‘Another One Bites the Dust’ that you never knew you needed, but you’ll be glad it’s now in your life.
And it’s all set to a visual compilation of Phil Mitchell downing various forms of alcohol—a compilation that is sure to inspire sobriety in all who see it.
You’ve not seen anything until you’ve seen a bunch of animals bark and scream their way through a cover version of Linkin Park’s ‘Numb.’
It comes to the internet thanks to the clever editing and insane mind of YouTube user Insane Cherry. Linkin Park have never sounded so good.
Disney’s buying of Lucasfilm hasn’t ruined the Star Wars franchise so far, as we all know the new movie was a vast improvement on the prequels.
But this fanmade trailer imagines what might happen if Disney/Pixar directed an X-Wing movie, but directed it on a bad day, like when they made Cars and Planes. Please never let this happen.