Over one and a half years in the making, Megaplex, a super supercut, is almost beyond description. Jam-packing thousands of snippets from almost 100 movies, paired with an incredibly timed soundtrack, the entertainment factor is completely off the charts.
Coined a double-feature by the creators, Turbo (or Side A, the first half of the supercut) will have you jonesing for those late nights during a sleepover when you and your friends would binge on Jolt cola and watch whatever crazy movies channel 3 had on from 10pm to 6am. Cuts from long-forgotten kung fu, action, anime, fighting movie favorites… they’re all here, in rapid fire succession.
After a brief intermission dubbed Coming Attractions (which covers different vignettes exploring various themes and genres), Beyond (aka Side B) begins. A cacophony of spasm-inducing lights, colors, and sounds, Side B pieces together at a machine gun clip, “choice cuts from a strange time in the horror, sci-fi, and fantasy genres…” Sometimes epileptic seizure inducing, sometimes freaky and/or gory, the imagery flashes by relentlessly while the music seems almost tailor-made.
Embedded above: a visual history of the greatest prop t-shirts — and the occasional tank, polo, and sweatshirt — from film! A full list of every tee, film, and year of release is included below after the jump. What’d we miss? Post your thoughts, complaints, and critiques in the comments!
Video ninja Don Draper Says What takes his newest movie mix to the extreme, supercuting “Ice Ice Baby” by Vanilla Ice with 280 clips pulled from nearly as many flicks. My favorite bit is when Jabba The Hut chimes in with “SOLO” (at the 1:10 mark)! Yours?
Illustrator Jaime Calderón has redesigned popular superheroes using Facebook’s ubiquitous “Like” button. Embedded below are 6 such designs, split equally between characters from D.C. and Marvel. For 6 more examples from the same series, click here.
This would-be video game is little more than a tease — a cruel, pixelated, neon luminescent tease — but there is an epic consolation prize for fans of 2011’s Drive: College and Electric Youth‘s “A Real Hero”, covered with chiptune. (Download it here.)
Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, The Avengers, reimagined here with a classic Nintendo twist. The thought of Tony Stark’s Iron Man mind melding with Samus Aran is mind blowing. Come on, Internet, let’s make this happen…
Artist unknown but we thank them regardless. Via: Dorkly
The Web suffers for no shortage of Big Lebowski-themed parodies but the brilliant design embedded below imagines what might happen if The Dude resided on Arrakis, the setting for David Lynch’s oft maligned, ’80s opus, Dune.