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11.28.14 Bucky Turco

As our allies across the pond hone in on their Black Friday stampede skills, here in the U.S., shoppers continue to push the envelope from single store melees to all-out mall riots. In honor of this grand American tradition, we put together a supercut of this year’s thirstiest consumers. Happy Holidays. […]

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06.03.14 Sophie Weiner

Our favorite cinematic supercuts feature events that repeatedly occur in movies but happen considerably less in real life. (Also, anything featuring Nicholas Cage). This time, it’s the CINEMATIC TABLE FLIP. Can you feel the vicarious catharsis as you watch the protagonists of Pulp Fiction, Raging Bull, Being John Malkovich, Jesus Christ Superstar and more get dramatic with […]

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05.28.14 Andy Cush

It’s like the opposite of the “Nicolas Cage losing his shit” supercut: above, watch a 20-minute edit of every single time our generation’s most beguiling actor has laughed on-screen, from Best of Times (1981) to Rage (2014). Enormous kudos if you get through the entire thing. […]

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04.16.14 Andy Cush

The bros at BroBible spotted this supercut of cannabis in cinema, music, and pop culture, from the master of the musical re-edit, Eclectic Method. Cheech and Chong, Half Baked, and Richard Nixon all make appearances, and the whole thing’s set to Dusty Springfield’s stone-cold classic “Son of a Preacher Man.” Watch it above. […]

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04.07.14 Andy Cush

Have nine hours to spare? Consider spending some of it on SUPER PRESS START, a compilation of start screens from every game ever to grace the Super Nintendo. Titles range from iconic — Mortal Kombat, Super Mario Bros., and Mega Man games — to hyper-obscure — Solid Runner, anyone? My favorite part is listening to the various games’ title music, which, […]

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11.18.13 Kyle Petreycik

The latest video remix from the Eclectic Method  focuses on the bright lights and the big stars of Hollywood–more specifically, on Hollywood focusing on Hollywood. The producer born Jonny Wilson uses a wide array of voice samples to musical effect, each of which either feature actors saying the word “movie” or rattling off quips about life […]

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09.25.13 Andy Cush

Hear’s a cool supercut that uses the sound of “percussive maintenance” –that is, characters in TV and movies smacking things to try to get them to work–as the rhythm track for an instrumental piano ballad. Clever! I especially like the closing shot of Andy Dwyer throwing his computer across the room. […]

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09.16.13 Yossera Bouchtia

It’s as dependable as the rising of the sun and the crowing of the rooster: if there is a fight, someone will film it, and if someone is filming it–usually on a smartphone in portrait orientation–someone will yell “Worldstar!” With that in mind, ANIMAL created this supercut, with Worldstars big and loud; Worldstars small and […]

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07.17.13 Andy Cush

Here’s a mini-movie about all the times movies have gone all meta-movie and included movies in their movies. It’s also one of the most coherently constructed (and, at six minutes, longest) supercuts I’ve ever seen. It’s got, like, three acts and everything! Movies, man. Found by our friends at Laughing Squid. […]

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05.03.13 Andy Cush

Why do Americans know so little about the real goings-on of their country? Fox News has the answers, right after this commercial break. […]

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