'Raiders of the Lost Ark' is one of those classic old movies we've probably all seen time and time again. Though no one should ever (and we mean ever) remake this timeless film, StooTV has created a re-imagining, if you will, through a mash-up of scenes from old movies.
We can expect a lot of mash-ups and clever edits with 'The Dark Knight Rises' trailer that debuted last month. We've seen one with cats, and now there's a new one, which combines scenes from the classic Disney film 'The Lion King' with the audio from the trailer for the next Batman flick.
It's a mash-up that somehow manages to be both scary and...adorable!
Younger people might not remember Gene Shalit, the movie reviewer on 'The Today Show' for so many years. While he retired from the show last year, his so-bad-they're-transcendent puns live on thanks to this hilarious "supercut" video.
We showed you the US trailer for what is possibly the most anticipated movie of 2012, 'The Avengers.' But the just-released Russian version is even more amazing than the version you've previously seen.
December is the time when we wrap up the year and take a look back. Every year, DJ Earworm puts together a video mashup that sums up the year in music, and he has just released his 'United State of Pop (World Go Boom)' for 2011.
Besides Katy Perry and Rihanna, the mix features people like Adele, LMFAO, Lady Gaga, and other pop stars of the past year (but no Bieber!)
What if, instead of a clever comedy about a large, blended family, the hit sitcom 'Modern Family' was a horror movie about a disturbed teenaged girl? That's the question posed by YouTube user Trevorama in this clever mash-up.
You'll find a lot of 2011's top newsmakers and stories in the clip below, including (deep breath) Charlie Sheen, Herman Cain, Lindsey Lohan, Dr. Conrad Murray, Arnold's Schwarzenegger's love child, unemployment, Anthony Weiner, Rupert Murdoch, the Japan earthquake and non-gay Bert and Ernie.
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