After boldly going to the ice planet Arendelle, Captain Picard comes away singing a new tune. Or, an old tune with some new lyrics…
Who sang it better, Picard or Elsa?
Okay, easy question. But still, you’ve got to admire Jean-Luc’s panache. He’s really putting on a show in that Holodeck.
It’s fun to think of Star Trek and Frozen occupying the same universe. I wonder how Anna and Elsa would respond if Romulans crossed the Neutral Zone and invaded their kingdom. How would Olaf the snowman interact with Worf, or Data? I like to think Counsellor Troi would try to read Olaf’s thoughts and they would just come up blank.
Disney’s bought every other franchise. Maybe they can convince Paramount to sell them Star Trek and then this can happen for realsies!
Have you always wondered who it is making those odd, fantastical noises above you at all hours of the day? Well, wonder no more! The fine funny videomakers at Above Average have documented the rigorous, downright artistic process that your upstairs neighbors are using to baffle your earholes.
What happens when a true crime documentary obsessive plots to create a documentary with himself at the center? This College Humor parody is highly recommended for fans of Making a Murderer, The Jinx and Serial…
Makeup tutorials are a super-popular category of YouTube video. Sometimes I can’t believe how quickly these artists can deconstruct a look or a trend. Case in point, Tess Paras breaks down a new look that is sweeping the nation: Trumping!
It looks delicious, but I’m not sure how attractive it is. Plus, where’s the dead guinea-pig wig and the offshore-manufactured necktie? This will get you part of the way to the fully Trumped-up look, but there are still some, uh, delegates missing.
I’m not sure this only applies to girls. I’ve seen plenty of dudes display the same social media insecurities.
Facebook is carefully designed to give us FOMO: fear of missing out. And also to trigger that hairy ape portion of the brain where you worry whether there will be anyone in your tribe to pick the nits off your back.
So we can laugh as this sketch, but also weep inside.
Prepare to be extremely disturbed. Stephen King can stop letting filmmakers remake The Shining now… the ultimate scarily-spookifying cinematic version of his tale has now been created. Come play with us, Danny!
I think the biggest mystery here is, when were Shelly Duvall’s eyes digitally crossed and when were they just like that? Science may never know the answer. Unless an ignorant rapper tweets about it to Neil deGrassy Tyson or something. Tyson… Tyson Chicken… The Chickening… Nope. Thought I had it there for a second.
More about the making of… whatever you want to call this… can be found at Birth Movies Death.