- First, Belated Media talks about Alien and Aliens and the (very different) ways in which they're both excellent. I like Alien better (it has more SPACE in it), but rewatching this video I just want to watch them both again.
- Next, Pomplamoose is too mad to watch 30 Rock tonight. But they just need a little time to cool down.
- Finally, let's end by sailing off into the skies with Mr. Smooth McGroove singing the Mario Kart 64 Rainbow Road Theme a capella. This is one of those songs with a really specific association in my head, of a sleep over with a friend and racing on this course when we were super tired and falling a sleep. Definitely a great song to relax to (but maybe not drive to, if you're going to fall asleep).
Friday, May 27, 2016
In this volume of my favourite YouTube videos, we try not to die in space, get a little angry and then drive off down a rainbow road.
Friday, May 13, 2016
In this volume of my favourite YouTube videos, we talk about the web then go back in time with two very nostalgic video game themes.
- First, Michael from VSauce wants to talk about how and why we surf the Web (and why the web is not the net).
- Next, Caitlin and Vaughan take a trip back in time with the Menu Theme from Wolfenstein 3D.
- Finally, Mr. Smooth McGroove straps into his Ar-Wing and takes us back to the SNES Star Fox. Goood luck!
Friday, May 6, 2016
In this volume of my favourite YouTube videos, it's music day. Wake up, suck up and chill!
- First, get up, and don't forget to wake Pomplamoose up before you Go!
- Next, Brentalfloss flosses up the theme to Luigi's Mansion. So grab your vacuum and get to work (although I don't recommend listening to the cover if you're planning to play the game in the near future, the ear worm quotient is ... high).
- Finally, CalebElijah plays "Sub Zero Snow Field" from Seiken Densetsu 3, which I think may be one of the most beautiful pieces of music in video games. Certainly the cover is absolutely gorgeous.
Friday, April 29, 2016
In this volume of my favourite YouTube videos, we pull out or magnets, bang our air drums and then try to catch them all.
- First, on Sixty Symbols, Professor Phil Moriarty shows off the fun you can have with a slow motion camera, a strong magnet and some ferrofluid.
- Next, Hank Fucking Loves Science. (There's also a clean version if you need one.)
- Finally, Michael from Belated Media invites Alex and Kellz from The Dex to talk about Pokemon: The First Movie.