Do You Want To Build A Meth Lab Frozen Breaking Bad Parody

Do You Want To Build A Meth Lab Frozen Breaking Bad Parody

The Internet nerds of Animeme have proved that you don’t have to be on time to go viral. On the contrary, if you spoof a popular meme or fad after the excitement has waned you are more likely to get noticed. So even though Breaking Bad and Frozen have both passed their peak, this hilarious parody music video merging the two franchises, titled Do You Want To Build A Meth Lab, has instantly gone viral this weekend. 

 

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Breaking Bad Simpsons Couch Gag Introduction

The Simpsons introductory couch gag is one of the most famous parts of the long running animated show. For their latest gag, FOX‘s most famous family takes on AMC’s hit series Breaking Bad. Since debuting over the weekend, the video has amassed over 1.3 million hits.    

 

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Diagnosing A Zombie TED Animation

 invited Tim Verstynen and Brad Voytek to be apart of these Halloween appropriate animationsn, drawn by Franz Palomares.

They offer an intriguing medical perspective and attempt to diagnose what exactly is going wrong with a hypothetical zombie patient.  That video is featured on TheDailyWhat, io9, and LaughingSquid.  

 

 

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Interactive Christmas Hedgehogs (Video)

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An interactive Youtube video called ‘Singing Christmas Hedgehogs’ lets you pick your own hedgehog that will do its best to sing you some Christmas carols… Or you could try again. The videos requires some clicking, but it’s very cute and tons of fun.

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Dirty Jokes In Cartoons Compilation

For kids, sexual innuendos usually goes right in one ear, and out the other. Kids just don’t know enough to understand our grown up sick jokes. But that gives no excuse to the writers of these movies and TV shows made for kids that are chock full of dirty jokes. The video is shared by PleatedJeans.

 

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25 Years of Disney in One Glorious Mashup

A wonderfully edited mashup by Lindsay McCutcheon of almost every Disney animated movie since 1989, set to the song “Pop Culture” by Madeon. Check out the list of featured films below:

The Little Mermaid
Beauty and the Beast
Aladdin
The Lion King
Pocahontas
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Hercules
Mulan
Tarzan
Fantasia 2000
The Emperor’s New Groove
Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Lilo & Stitch
Treasure Planet
Brother Bear
Home on the Range
Tangled
Winnie the Pooh
Frozen
Big Hero 6

Read more: http://twistedsifter.com/videos/25-years-of-disney-madeon-mashup/

Basement Reno Timelapse: Unfinished to Finished in 60 Seconds

Awesome animated timelapse compresses 2 months of work into 60 seconds. Over 1000 Photoshop layers were cut from 27 panoramic photographs and then compiled and animated in After Effects to create this fascinating project overview.

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16 Fascinating Things You Didn’t Know About Maleficent

Disney’s baddest broad has an incredible past.

We first saw Maleficent onscreen in Disney’s 1959 adaptation of the Sleeping Beauty fairytale.

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1. Eleanor Audley, the actress who voiced the animated Maleficent also voiced Lady Tremaine (aka the Evil Stepmother) in Cinderella and Madame Leota in Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion attraction.

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2. The name “Maleficent” is a derivative of the Latin word maleficentia, meaning “evil-doing.”

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3. Audley acted out her scenes in costume, which inspired the final design for her character.

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4. The flame-like detailing of Maleficent’s robes were based off of a medieval Czech illustration legendary Disney illustrator Marc Davis came across in his household collection of art.

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5. Maleficent’s collar was designed to have a “bat-like” appearance.

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6. And unsurprisingly, her horns were based right off the devil “so she would frighten everybody half to death.”

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But with a live-action version of Sleeping Beauty told from Maleficent’s perspective set to be released, we haven’t seen the last of the Mistress of All Evil…

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7. Tim Burton was originally in the running to direct the live-action Maleficent.

Tim Burton was originally in the running to direct the live-action Maleficent.

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8. Angelina Jolie had a HUGE role in developing Maleficent’s on-screen look for the live-action movie. Her horns were made by artisans who specialize in fetishware.

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9. Jolie wore several different versions of the horns throughout the movie because she could have broken her neck with the heaviest version of the horns.

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10. One version of the horns was magnetic and could pop off Jolie’s head.

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11. Lady Gaga’s look in her music video for “Born This Way” inspired the prosthetic cheekbones Jolie wore for the film.

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12. And the contacts she wore while filming were based off of goat eyes, which have horizontal pupils.

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13. Jolie developed her voice for the role while giving her children a bath.

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14. Jolie’s daughter Vivienne plays a younger version of Aurora (Sleeping Beauty) in the movie because she was not afraid of her mother’s scary look in costume.

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15. And two of her other children, Pax and Zahara, have cameos in the christening scene as young royalty.

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16. Jolie reportedly hand-selected pop songstress Lana Del Rey to cover “Once Upon A Dream” for the new film.

Consider yourselves educated, you fools!

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correction

In the most evil of mistakes, an earlier version of this post had the release of “Sleeping Beauty” listed as 1957. The movie was released in 1959.

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Meiko Battles Demon in Animated Music Video for ‘Leave the Lights On’

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If you watch TV, you’ve likely heard one of alternative singer Meiko’s songs on Grey’s Anatomy, Pretty Little Liars, So You Think You Can Dance, The Vampire Diaries, Awkward and a slew of other shows.

Today, she’s premiering on Mashable an animated video for “Leave the Lights On,” the lead single from her sophomore album The Bright Side. Meiko — who in 2008 became an early artist on Myspace Records — initially released a non-animated video for the song in April (see below).

Meiko enlisted artist Stephen Tolfrey to create the haunting cartoon version of “Leave the Lights On.” He previously whipped together a fun animated video for Belle & Sebastian’s cover of The Primitives’s “Crash.”

“I want to try new ways of reaching out to different audiences on the Internet,” Meiko tells Mashable. “I remember being little and not having a lot of access to Internet; I love that it’s easier for kids to find music now.”

Meiko is helping people find her music through her Facebook, Tumblr and Twitter pages. “It’s the Bermuda Triangle,” she says half-jokingly, pointing out it’s vital to unplug and step away from the screens sometimes.

For music discovery apps, Meiko uses Pandora, Spotify, SoundHound and Shazam. “Spotify has been my BFF,” she says, noting she jams to “Dirty South” hip-hop.

Critics appear to be digging Meiko’s return. Back in April, for example, MTV Buzzworthy writer Brad Stern proclaimed “Leave the Lights On” as “one of the best songs of 2012 thus far.

Meiko would love to hear the single make its way onto Grey’s Anatomy or Shameless.

What do you think of Meiko’s animated music video? Does it top the original one? Chime in.

Read more: http://mashable.com/2012/08/21/meiko-leave-the-lights-on-animated-video/