Shatner on the Roof

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to see William Shatner star as Tevye in the famous Broadway musical, Fiddler on the Roof? I think it might be something like this.

Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds

In 1968, William Shatner released The Transformed Man, an album filled with his dramatic interpretations of poetry and popular music. One of the most memorable songs from Shatner’s debut album is his interpretation of the 1967 Beatles hit, Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds. According to popular rumors, it was this interpretation’s success as “one […]

Rocket Man

Just for fun, here’s a classic William Shatner performance from the 1978 Science Fiction Film Awards, in which he presents his interpretation of Elton John’s hit single, Rocket Man.

They’re Taking the Hobbits to Isengard!

Just to brighten your day, here’s a Lord of the Rings music video featuring Legolas, Gollum, and Celeborn.

Popeye vs. Anime

Just to brighten your day, here’s a comical blend of classic American and modern Japanese pop-cultures.

‘Welcome to Die’?

If you’re looking for a good laugh, stop by your local arcade and play through the original X-Men arcade game. The original X-Men arcade game is one of the most poorly translated games of all time. It’s packed with tons of memorable battle cries, like “I am Magneto, you are nothing!” and “X-Men, welcome to […]

Red vs. Blue

I can’t believe that I have never seen Red vs. Blue before. Red vs. Blue is the popular machinima comedy based on Halo. Red vs. Blue will have you laughing non-stop. Combined with my recent coverage of Halo’s physics, it must be Halo comedy week! Just so you know what you’re getting into, I’ve cut […]

Halo’s Jaw-Dropping Physics

Halo, I’m sure you will all agree that it’s one heck of a game. However, even great games have their faults. And these faults can be highly entertaining. Don’t believe me? Michael Heilemann originally posted this short movie as proof. Ok, so you could say that their space-age fuels really are that volatile, but it’s […]