A selection of animals get down to Salt-N-Pepa’s 1987 hit because the Internet.
Clara Darko’s supercut of
her favourite arguably low-temperature, debatably high-testosterone actors set to the music of Elvis Presley.
A jolly compendium of single, multiple and mass bloodletting from the first three seasons of Game Of Thrones by Digg’s Bryan Menegus.
A supercut by LJ Frezza of excerpts from Seinfeld featuring a New York without people where nothing happens.
It really gets going around 4:40.
A supercut of suspense-laden celluloid cat psy-ops.
A celebration of actor John Goodman’s 61st birthday (yesterday) by Flavorwire, showcasing some spectacular fecal-misplacement from 18 films and TV shows.
Previously: Gary Oldman losing His Sh*t and Four Minutes Of Nicolas Cage Losing His Sh*t
A supercut of celluloid punch-ups, ass-kicking and general fighty mahem by owiseone1
Previously: We Can Dance If We Wannoo
Eleven and a half minutes of lyrical big-ups in reply to older, grittier supercuts like Harry Hanrahan’s 100 Greatest Movie Threats Of All Time (2011) by HuffPo’s Oliver Noble.
An extremely negative montage by supercutonline.