The 5 members of I Fight Dragons take a vacation to a cabin in the woods. They find a box of old video game equipment in the basement with a game they’ve never heard of called ‘HipsterNomicon’ and decide to plug it in. What could go wrong?
A remix video of over 100 science fiction movies. This took about a month of editing. In regards to the weird aspect ratio, we had to crop it because we were working with so many weird formats. The song is the Glitch Mob remix “Monday,” original by Nalepa.
Not only does The Dark Knight Rises-inspired parody of “Call Me Maybe” sound fantastic, the guys taking the roles of John Blake (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) look spot on with their appearances! Directed by Wesley Freitas, the parody music video features all the main characters from the film as police officer John…
Soundgarden is back! The band has just released their latest music video (the first in 15 years!) for their new song ‘Live to Rise’, which has prominently been heard on the official soundtrack for The Avengers. The new video has some great shots of the band back in full force as well as some snippets…
The following Back to The Future homage is Owl City’s new music video for “Deer in the Headlights” and features lead singer Adam Young cruising around in Doc Brown’s iconic DeLorean time machine.
Check out the following music video for the ‘One Winged Angel’ remix track from Random (Mega Ran) and Lost Perception‘s “Black Materia” album featuring some classic clips *some spoilers* from Final Fantasy 7.
Pogo (Nick Berke) has released a beautiful sounding Disney-sampled remix featuring excerpts from such films as Mary Poppins, Aladdin, Sleeping Beauty, The Little Mermaid and more. You can also listen to the Snow White remix that he released back in November of last year.
Green Lantern fans, hold up your lighters and prepare to rock. Posted below is the official music video for ‘Ring Capacity’ from the nerd rock band Kirby Krackle out of Seattle, WA. The music video The track is off of their second album, ‘E For Everyone,’ and was colorfully animated by Betsy Lee.