Tag Archives: Mashup
As you may know, there have been 1,784 different movie versions of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic American novel, "The Great Gatsby," give or take about 1,778 or 1,779. The above is a mashup of two of them, specifically Jack Clayton's 1974 version and Baz Luhrmann's 3D version which debuted in theaters just this past Friday.
Specifically, the bored video editor who made this and put it on the internet in his (or her) spare time took the music from the 2013 trailer and put it over the 1974 trailer, which would have undoubtedly freaked out Clayton and anyone working on the movie at that time. ("What on earth is a 'Jay-Z'? Is it a pastry of some sort?") Get More »
In our continuing coverage of the fact that video editors secretly rule the universe, here is an extremely well-done mashup of "Star Trek" — the William Shatner/Leonard Nimoy versions, of course, because ain't nobody got tiiiiime for Chris Pine — and a gentleman dressed as Abraham Lincoln.
Because what if Lincoln was in space helping Captain Kirk? Haven't we all asked ourselves that question from time to time? Don't answer that, because I'll answer for you: Yes. Yes, we have. Get More »
So, sure, all mashups we put up on NextMovie have an element of fun to them, but we admit that there are other supercuts and juxtapositions worthy of our attention out there. This is one of those transcendent mashups, and we can thank the smooth, dulcet sounds of Ron Burgundy and Macklemore for that. (Actually we can thank whoever flawlessly edited this video, but still.) Get More »
Boston, you've had a hell of a week. This one's for you.
The great capital of Massachusetts has been trapped in its own horror movie upon last week's terrorist acts at the Boston Marathon and the subsequent city-wide manhunt for the suspects. Thankfully, it looks like the nightmare has ended and Boston can go back to being the greatest city in New England without serving as the unwilling host to those who would look to do it and its citizens harm.
As a tribute to Beantown, the wizards at Film.com have conjured this mashup that highlights some of Boston's great moments in the movies, with scenes from "Gone Baby Gone," "The Last Detail," "Good Will Hunting," "Legally Blonde," "The Fighter," "The Social Network" and many more. Oh, and Cliff from "Cheers" provides some Wikipedia-esque narration as well.
We think you'll like dem apples. Enjoy.
Throwback alert! With the buzz of the hottest films of 2013 coming up this summer, let us not forget those that have gone before us. Supercut Originals created a mashup that brings back the most memorable movies of a decade ago...that magical year of 2003. Back in a time when the new millennium was still new, directors taught us to just keep swimming, that being the big G-O-D ain't easy,and the best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear. Get More »
But what happens when Schoolhouse Rock gets combined with Star Wars? We get "Star Wars Rock," an awesome video by YouTube user OneMinuteGalactica that teaches us about adjectives. It has all the catchiness of a Schoolhouse tune minus the annoying animations, plus Luke Skywalker, Yoda, R2-D2, and all your other Star Wars favorites. And you thought learning couldn't be fun. Get More »
If you just had lunch, you may want to quietly escort yourself off the internet right about now.
That's because it's time for the most unholy of mash-ups: the Ultimate Movie Vomit Mashup. Or, as we call it for short, the Throw-Up Mashup.
Featuring choice chunks from "Stand By Me," "The Exorcist," "Clueless" and many, many more, vomit enthusiasts may find it hard to keep their excitement down about this one...or their lunches.
Check out the mashup above, see if you can ID every scene, then yak to us about it in the comments or on Twitter!
[From Film.com] Everyone's favorite Governator, Arnold Schwarzenegger, has has to wrap his mouth around a lot of big words in his many film roles. And with that rockin' Austrian accent, that mouth-wrapping happens in a really unique way. Check out this mashup, including choice lines from "Kindergarten Cop," "The Terminator" and "Junior," among others, and just try and figure out what this guy is saying.
What do you get when the saddest movie of the year meets the greatest geriatric comedy of the '80s? This brilliant mashup from Film.com, obviously.
The Best Picture Oscar nominee most likely to drive you to suicide — "Amour" — and "Golden Girls": two great tastes that taste hilarious together.
There have been a lot of space helmets in movies ... and, finally, someone has given them the supercut they deserve.
Editing wizard Keith Melton blasts off with "SUPERCUT: Helmet Oddity," a mashup featuring the space helmet action in "Alien," "Armageddon," "Barbarella," "Event Horizon," "Mission to Mars," "Apollo 13" and many others, all set to the rather odd sounds of "Ground Control to Eleanor Rigby," a musical mashup (appropriately enough) by Daft Beatles. It makes for what the poster for John Carpenter's "Dark Star" refers to as a "spaced-out odyssey." Get More »