It’s the Friday before Comic-Con begins, which means the paraody songs about the big event are starting to hit the Intardwebz. Stage 5 TV took it upon themselves to parody Miley Cyrus’s “We Can’t Stop,” which asks the questions, “ What would happen if Miley Cyrus showed up unannounced to your Comic-Con cosplay party?” Well, if Cyrus’ hit video for “We Can’t Stop” is any indication then things could get a little crazy.
It’s a bit NSFW, so prepare yourself if you decide to play it during your morning meetings.
Last weekend, I had the pleasure of watching the quirky and wonderful film, The History of Future Folk – the tale of two aliens who come to Earth and discover music… and save two planets in the process.
I think I’ve seen just about everything – well, not EVERYTHING, because… well, better not spill the beans here…. Anyway, instead of a sing-along, this week, I’ve found something that defies logic – a Pokemon ballet.
Hope everyone is enjoying the new season of Game of Thrones on HBO (That’s Home Box Office for anyone younger than 21). Though we usually reserve the Friday Sing-Along for bits that actually feature singing, we love showing off pop culture focused music whenever we can.
With that in mind, Game of Thrones, on violin, by one guy.
Top Five is a show where the hosts categorize, rank, compare, and stratify everything… from cars to gadgets to people and movies. From stuff that is hot, and things that are not nearly as interesting – it’s Top Five.
The ’90s was a decade filled with music of all kinds, so it kind of makes since to try and narrow a decades worth of music to five…
Take a NSFW song, give it to some crazy Russians, who throw in a lot of violence, blood, parkour, scantily clad ladies, and a touch of sci-fi, and you have a mesmerizing video that you need to watch all the way through for nothing else than the twist… and the constant disapproving looks from your fellow employees when you didn’t pay attention to the first part about this song being not safe for work…
It’s been far too long since we’ve all gathered together to sing a song full of geekiness and merriment. Les Miserables is going to win an Oscar for something, but what of The Hobbit? Here’s a fellow that decided it would be a good idea to mash the two together…