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Rhyming Movie Line Mega-Mix of the Day: Jordan Laws relies on a "lifelong obsessions with beats, rhymes and feature films" to compile an eminently finger-tappable rhyming "mega-mix of classic movie lines" set to the tune of an original beat.

The result: "[A]n energetic and poetic ride thru cinema history, both high and low art merged into a single piece."

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Mashup of the Day: From the promising-sounding just-launched YouTube channel cookiewaits comes this glorious meant-to-be-mashup featuring Cookie Monster singing Tom Waits' "God's Away on Business."

The cramazing concoction's creator says:

Tom Waits sometimes sounds eerily like Cookie Monster. Not that I mind! I happen to love Waits and his carnival barker's growl!

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Mashup of the Day: Miles Fisher, Nicholas D'Agosto, Emma Bell, and the rest of the Final Destination 5 cast team up for the latest Fisher production: A Final Destination-themed Saved by the Bell parody set to the tune of Fisher's "New Romance."

Go ahead and read that sentence as many times as you like, but it still won't make any sense. Intern

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Mashup of the Day: The Game of Thrones x My Little Ponies mashup up above is one of several illustrations by Caldwell Tanner and Andrew Bridgman answering that all-important question: What if adult TV shows were remade for children?

Check out the rest here.

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Monster Mashup of the Day: Sesame Street come and rock the Sure Shot: The Sesame Workshop monsters stand in for the Beastie Boys in Wonderful Creative's wonderfully creative mashup.

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This Is An Appropriate Reaction, You Should Watch It of the Day: Incidentally, the first words out of my mouth after allowing the Jack and Jill trailer to corrupt my soul were: "Man, now I know how George C. Scott's character in Paul Schrader's Hardcore felt watching his daughter being tag teamed in an underground stag film."

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