Mar 062013

Goes To Eleven is unabashedly obsessed with the 90′s. They specialize in recreating 1990′s style introductions to popular shows of today. 

The first video to go viral is their spot on 1995-style introduction for The Walking DeadIt’s got everything. The ubiquitous fuzziness of a recorded VHS tape. The cheesy cop drama music. It just screams 90′s. What’s on next? ER and Friends?

Now, the week old parody video has collected over 735,000 hits, and is featured on CollegeHumor, Canada, and LaughingSquid


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Feb 202013

For nearly twenty-one years, Cow Prod has been ‘sitting on’ this 1992 footage of a Rage Against The Machine show he recorded back in the day.

The full concert lasts forty minutes, and was put together by Mr. Chester Copperpot. Now, the vintage video has already collected over 165,000 nostalgic views, and is featured on Fark, DeathAndTaxes, and LoudWire


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Feb 182013

Over the weekend, sports fans have been celebrating Michael Jordan’s fiftieth birthday. In honor of fifty years, NBA and all around basketball fan Meir21 created this compilation of Jordan’s Top Fifty Plays of All Time.

Already, the video has garnered over half a million views over the weekend, and has been further featured on Mashable, Slam, MostWatched, and TheScore


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Feb 142013

Back in the 60′s, CBS had an interesting show about the exciting future, The 21st Century, hosted by the famous TV personality of the time Walter Cronkite.

Matt Novak has gotten hold of a few vintage clips from the classic show, and posted this Walter Cronkite in the Home Office of 2001 video a month ago that now stands with over a quarter million hits

In the video, Cronkite tours the then futuristic home of the 21st century. Amazingly, many of the predictions from forty years ago, such as how home offices would be equipped with multiple screens that offer instant access to weather, stocks, news, entertainment, and more, have obviously come to fruition. 

The video is reminiscent of the AT&T commercials of the 90′s that also correctly prophesied our contemporary world.  

Read more on Smithsonian.


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Feb 122013

NSFW – Language

Brian Spinney published this music video a week ago, and already it has collected over 250,000 views. He claims back in his high school days he helped his pastor make this church outreach rap music video, Rappin’ for Jesus

The video has such a vintage touch–with all the famous VHS-style signs of aging–it seems questionable if it is as authentic as Brian claims, and is not just a new humorous video made specifically for Internet views. 

The video, and the debate over its legitimacy, now has been featured on RedditWebProNews, BuzzFeedHuffPost, BlameItOnTheVoices, and BarStoolSports


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