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04.22.13 Andy Cush

The latest video remix from the good people of Eclectic Method takes aim at your favorite last action hero-turned-Republican-governor-of-California. I’m not sure if there’s any particular timely reason for taking aim at Arnold, but do you really need an excuse to listen to “I’ll be back” and “It’s not a tumor!” cut and scratched over […]

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04.12.13 Andy Cush

From Swordfish to The Matrix, from WarGames to, yes, Hackers, the Eclectic Method’s new supercut compiles the most 1337 footage from a slew of code-friendly films. Plus Bob’s Burgers. The beat’s pretty hot, too. […]

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03.08.13 Samer Kalaf

Here’s an epic eight-minute supercut from Leigh Singer of film characters interacting with the audience. There’s a solid narrative feel to this one. Almost every cut feels purposefully placed, like the succession of the original Funny Games followed by the remake. Oh yeah, there are probably spoilers, because movies and such. […]

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02.28.13 Andy Cush

Last month, we posted the trailer to Police Mortality, a 66-minute supercut of footage from various Hollywood films that tells a story of NYPD violence. “It’s about an existential crisis in the NYPD that results in terrorism, communism, OWS and total freedom,” the film’s creators told us at the time. “It stars Will Smith, Bruce Willis, Robocop, […]

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02.22.13 Andy Cush

See how long you can go on watching this supercut before the titular phrase goes from sounding like a normal colloquialism to some kind of meaningless tonal utterance. I lasted about 30 seconds. Just watch it! It’s a n– nevermind. […]

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02.05.13 Andy Cush

James Hetfield is a 49-year-old man who loves the word “yeah.” Loves it so much, according to one YouTube user, that he’s used it in nearly every song Metallica has written since 1991. So what does said YouTuber do? He makes a supercut, of course, featuring every instance of the word in the band’s catalog, […]

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02.01.13 Samer Kalaf

Clint Eastwood is a cinema legend. In tribute, Brian Menegus of Slacktory put together a supercut of Eastwood in films reacting to shocking news in the only way he can: squinting. It seems that his squint ability gets stronger as he gets older. The crow’s feet and stony, old-man glare are clearly big factors in his […]

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12.20.12 Andy Cush

To honor their 2012 “Person of the Year,” the people at Time put together a supercut featuring four years of President Barack Obama saying his signature phrase: “Let me be clear.” And while it does serve to highlight 44’s somewhat repetitive rhetoric, it’s also a good walk through his presidency thus far, as the phrase hits nearly […]

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12.19.12 Irina Dvalidze

Everyone loves famous people cameos in movies, but we like it more when they play themselves. We also like supercuts. Obviously. TA-DA! Here is ANIMAL’s second original supercut: Famous People Playing Themselves! 1. John Malkovich- Being John Malkovich 2. David Hasselhoff- Sponge Bob Square Pants 3. Neil Patrick Harris- Harold and Kumar Go To While […]

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08.16.12 Joshua Rivera

In case you never noticed, a very important part of The X-Files was Dana Scully saying “Oh my God” to swelling strings. This supercut spotted over at io9 will make this one aspect of this awesome show very clear. Less clear, is whether Scully is reacting to something paranormal and gross, or if she’s just […]

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