Friday, April 28, 2006

C For Cookie

Element 1: Sesame Street
Element 2: V For Vendetta
Equals: C For Cookie
Artist: Steve Scholtz and Heath Milo

Sorry for the long hiatus, unfortunately when things get busy blogging is put on the backburner. But I'm back for now and I've got a good one! C For Cookie is a spoof for V For Vendetta starring the Cookie Monster as "C" and Elmo as Natalie Portman's character. C must free England from it's absence of cookies. Awesome.

Saturday, March 18, 2006

Brokeback Mountain 2

Element 1: Brokeback Mountain
Element 2: Lots of hot actresses
Equals: Brokeback Mountain 2
Artist: Tauquil

And the Brokeback parodies continue. I suppose this the result of the heterosexual male getting even after being dragged by his girlfriend to see the movie.

Thanks to DK.

Friday, March 17, 2006

Poll Results: Bob Marley & The Beastie Boys

Well the results are in and it looks like Bob Marley is the favorite for a mash up with The Beastie Boys. So listen up all you mash up artists, grab your Beastie Boys A Cappella Tracks and find yourself some vocals from Sir Marley and get to work. Let's see what can do. The Marley Boys? The Beastie Bobs? The possibilities are endless! In the mean time check out the new poll in the sidebar.

Thursday, March 16, 2006

Free Culture @ NYU Film Remix 2006 Project

Element 1: Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings or Star Wars or The Matrix (films)
Element 2: Your sharp sense of humour and your knack for creating intelligent parodies
Equals: Free Culture @ NYU Film Remix 2006 Project
Artist: You

Free Culture @ NYU (the NYU chapter of the national student organization, has launched a project open to anyone interested in participating. The goal is to choose one of the given trilogies and "edit down the footage into a parody of the original, adding or removing elements (voiceovers, scenes, etc) as necessary." The parody (and they are adamant about it being a parody as opposed to a satire) has to be 5-8 minutes long and the submissions will be posted online at the end of April 2006. Can't wait to see the results. For more information check out the Free Culture @ NYU Wiki. Which trilogy would you most like to see parodied (not satired, parodied)? Check out the poll in the sidebar.

Fight Club Remixed

Element 1: Fight Club
Element 2: New voice over and music
Equals: Fight Club Remixed
Artist: Through A Glass Production

Here's another one for the Film Genre Remix category: Fight Club (sans Brad Pitt) as a romantic comedy complete with R. Kelly on the soundtrack. The quality of the voice over is pretty bad but you get the picture.

Thanks to DK.

Monday, March 13, 2006

The Juggernaut Bitch

Element 1: The X-Men The Animated Series
Element 2: Voice over
Equals: The Juggernaut Bitch
Artist: My Way Entertainment

OK, what do you get if you take a bunch of twenty-something (probably) stoned guys in a Chicago suburb and give them a laptop, a microphone and an episode of The X-Men The Animated Series? Why you get the The Juggernaut Bitch, duh! In this version of the cartoon you get an idea of what I bet the writers at Marvel actually wanted Juggernaut to be like but just couldn't get away with. I suppose I should say that you shouldn't watch The Juggernaut Bitch if you're easily offended by, um, anything. Commence explosion dodging!

Thanks to Sasha and Adam.

Sunday, March 12, 2006

The Sopranos Sudoku

Element 1: The Sopranos
Element 2: Sudoku
Equals: The Sopranos Sudoku
Artist: and The Star Ledger

Here's a different kind of mash up for you, because we here at Mash Up Mansion love all kinds of mash ups equally, we don't discriminate here. Here's an unlikely combination of elements: the hugely popular logic puzzle Sudoku and pictures of characters from the show The Sopranos. The goal of the game is still the same ("to fill in the empty cells, one numeral in each, so that each column, row, and region contains the numerals 1–9 exactly once") but instead of numbers, you're dealing with The Sopranos. I can't imagine this version of the game would work very well on paper but it does the job online at Don't quote me on this but I see a Simpsons and/or Family Guy and/or some other TV show Sudoku game coming to a website near you.

Friday, March 10, 2006

Mega Man vs Ghosts 'n Goblins

Element 1: Mega Man
Element 2: Ghosts 'n Goblins
Equals: Mega Man vs Ghosts 'n Goblins
Artist: Broken Function

Time for a great video game mash up, perfect for your Friday afternoon. The good people over at Broken Function have created a Flash-based game that integrates characters and elements from two great 80s Capcom video games: Mega Man and Ghosts 'n Goblins to create Mega Man vs Ghosts 'n Goblins. Oodles and oodles of mash up fun for you, my loyal readers. Enjoy!