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I'm back... this time with a trailer.

It’s been a while since I’ve posted… well, anything here. It seems that all my time has been dedicated to either my primarily review-based blog (mooretosayreviews.wordpress.com) or working in the real, adult world and finding a way of financing a car. 261 more words


This 'Guardians Of The Galaxy'/'Suicide Squad' Mashup Proves That Queen Makes Everything Better

When the latest trailer for Suicide Squad, fans were given the best look yet at what to expect from the upcoming DC film. Perhaps we just liked things going boom while the wailing strains of “Bohemian Rhapsody” played in the background, but it was easily the best glimpse of what was to come. 171 more words


Everyone From Billy Bob Thornton To Tim Allen Is In This Weird, Heartwarming Santa Movie Mashup

Ah, the Christmas movie. Rarely great, but nonetheless watched so many times that it indelibly sears itself into the collective human consciousness. Think about it: How many times have you seen… 304 more words


100 movie scenes synced to "Uptown Funk"

Love a good mashup?  The website What’s The Mashup? has compiled dance scenes from 100 movies and synced them all to the  Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars’ hit song… 23 more words


This Is What Happens When You Mash Up The Movie Studio Opening Logos

So what would happen when you mash-up all of the major Hollywood movie studio logos in one video?  The YouTube channel ART404 asks that question.  In the video, all of the opening sequences to the movie studios plays at the same time, along with the music!   12 more words


Super Geeked Up - Ep. 139 - Superhero Therapists, SDCC, Independence Day Sequel, Friends in Therapy!

We have guests from comedy series Friends in Therapy on to help us decide what superhero would be the best therapist!  Plus we play Geeky Movie Mashup and It’s Like Charades, But You Can Talk and chat about the Independence Day sequel!   171 more words


Just wondering about this ...

Suppose The Hunger Games and Persuasion had a deeper connection than both being entertaining fiction?

One never knows.

In my version Mary gets killed right at the cornucopia so we don’t have to listen to her whine. 29 more words

Susan Kaye