Brexit is in many people’s eyes a failure of Titanic proportions, so it makes sense to turn the whole sorry saga into a version of James Cameron’s movie.
And that’s exactly what Comedy Central UK have done, reimagining the disaster that is Brexit as the disaster that was the Titanic, including clips from politicians Boris, Theresa, Nigel, and Jeremy and more.
Now that the Justice League trailer has dropped, the Avengers have a superhero supergroup to challenge their claim to earth’s mightiest heroes.
And video editor Dr. Machakil uses clips from Avengers: Age of Ultron to amusingly imagine how they might react to watching the full-length trailer for DC Comics’ upcoming Justice League movie.
2016 was a year of surprises and bafflement for many, one of those surprises was the UK voting to leave the EU.
While it’s not really anything to laugh about you have to take your cheer where you can, and Cassetteboy’s mashup of the sorry affair will certainly give you something to smile about.
Video editor Huw Parkinson has created this brilliant mashup of Marvel’s Avengers and the madness that is the 2016 presidential election .
We see Captain Clinton and Iron Trump duke it out to decide who will prevail in Earth’s darkest hour—and it’s downright hilarious.
Whether or not we’ve reached peak ‘Pokemon Go’ is up for debate, it certainly feels that way although it hasn’t even launched in the UK officially yet.
But one place it looks like it has got people’s attention is Hollywood, at least according to this mashup video anyway, which sees Pikachu, Squirtle, Charmander, Bulbasaur and the rest in movie land—even Indiana Jones is trying to catch ‘em all.
YouTubers Darth Blender have created this fun mashup of clips from the season six of fantasy drama, Game of Thrones, and sound FX from the original Star Wars trilogy.
So we get Gregor Clegane with Darth Vader’s asthmatic breathing and Cersei Lannister walking along Emperor-like to The Imperial March. Winter has come to Kings Landing and so has the dark side of the Force.
The Doors were a psychedlic 1960s band that helped define the West Coast US sound, Steptoe & Son are a father-and-son rag-and-bone team.
There’s no plausible reason why the theme from one should work so well with one of The Doors’ most famous songs, but it does—and for that we should be grateful.
With the right editing and some foreboding music, that dorky and awkward Spidey charm gets really creepy.
Instead of being a hero rescuing the damsel in distress, he’s a weird stalker who’s obsessed, to the point of murder, with Mary Jane.