by Becky Chambers | 5:00 pm, April 12th, 2014
by Rebecca Pahle | 2:20 pm, April 9th, 2014
You do? Well you’re in luck, ’cause that’s just what she did on Jimmy Fallon‘s Tonight Show recently. Now seems like a good time to rewatch that rap Natalie Portman did on Saturday Night Live a few years back. No reason. It’s behind the jump for your viewing pleasure.READ MORE
by Susana Polo | 9:31 am, April 7th, 2014
Aaralyn and Izzy know how to properly express your feelings about Mondays.
by Rebecca Pahle | 5:45 pm, April 4th, 2014
Does the supercut of every on-screen death in Game of Thrones, above, not do it for you? Maybe you’d prefer a humorous recap of the series so far—we have one done in emojis and another one set to “What’s This?” from The Nightmare Before Christmas. Or if you’re more with the classy and less with the humor, there’s a flashmob performing the theme song. And if Game of Thrones isn’t quiiiite out of your system after all that, there’s a video depicting it as a ‘70s sitcom.
All of that (and more!—No, just that, actually) is under the jump. There’s something for everyone! Unless you’re Joffrey. Screw you, Joffrey.READ MORE
by Rebecca Pahle | 11:25 am, April 4th, 2014
by Jill Pantozzi | 5:42 pm, April 3rd, 2014
by Rebecca Pahle | 1:15 pm, April 1st, 2014
Duo The Sons of Mim put out a parody album that puts HBO’s efforts to shame. Coincidentally, it’s called Shame of Tones, and I swear to you, it is not an April Fools’ joke. “Total Eclipse Of House Stark” is actually a song you can listen to in real life. Above is the music video for the Tyrion-themed “Lannista’s Paradise,” which, fair warning, does feature some offensive language. Behind the cut I’ve included the track list for the entire album, which can be downloaded on The Sons of Mims’ Tumblr.READ MORE
by Jill Pantozzi | 1:13 pm, March 26th, 2014
This amazing presentation by Carnegie Hall’s Ensemble ACJW includes 43 different cartoon theme songs. With bonus animation to give you a clue as to which is which (the full list is on the YouTube page if you’re interested).READ MORE
by Jill Pantozzi | 1:15 pm, March 25th, 2014
by Rebecca Pahle | 4:35 pm, March 21st, 2014
Or, to be exact, Brighton Sharbino and Kyla Kennedy, the actresses who play Lizzie and Mika, wrote a song about their characters following this week’s somewhat… er… intense episode, The Grove. Be warned: This video has major spoilers.
Can actors writing and performing songs about their characters after major episodes start to be a thing? I want a headthrashing death metal anthem from Teen Wolf‘s Crystal Reed after last Monday.
(via: io9)READ MORE