Mad Max: Fury Road opened in movie theaters last week and continues to perform well against some pretty tough competition including Pitch Perfect 2 and Tomorrowland. Starring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron, the Mad Max sequel reportedly cost a cool $150 million to make. Show More Summary
If you love cars, racing, and just random acts of destruction, then Mad Max: Fury Road is a movie you’ll want to check out. Let’s not forget the movie also features a pretty impressive cast of actors and actresses, such as Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, and Nicholas Hoult. Show More Summary
Or Mad Mario: Rainbow Road.
Mad Max: Fury Road is already one of the year's best movies, but you know what was missing in all of director George Miller's gear grinding under the desert sun? Mario Kart's banana peels and green shells. Check out the video below for...Show More Summary
What a lovely day! If you've already seen Mad Max Fury Road then you're probably obsessed with all things carnage, so why not live vicariously through Super Mario? Sadly for gamers, this is only a parody but it's still awesomely goo...
Oh what a day, what a lovely day for a Go-Kart race! [sundbergkr] The post When Mad Max Gets Mashed Up With Mario Kart [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Are you ready to see the best mashup of 2015? It’s subtle, it’s brilliant and it’s one of those things that you’ll never get out of your head after you watch it. Kris Sundberg, a VFX artist who worked on films such as Divergent and Into...Show More Summary
"It's-a me! Mad Max!" A new twist on the original Mad Max: Fury Road trailer imagines what the film might be like if it took place in the Mario Kart universe. What if Fury Road was littered with cartoon-like banana peels, and giant chain-chomps...Show More Summary
There’s only one thing scarier than cruising through the desert while being chased by a biker gang—and that is being chased through the desert and then encountering a row of multicolored boxes with question marks. This video mash-up of Max Max and Mario Kart special effects, called Mario Kart: Fury Road, looks even better than the actual movie. Fury Road, meet Rainbow Road.
Mario Kart and Mad Max actually have a lot in common. Both involve weird looking fellows racing each others in souped up machines. Naturally, a mashup of the two franchises had to be done—and thanks to aspiring filmmaker Kris Sundberg on YouTube, it has. Show More Summary
Two great delivery systems for vehicular disaster and aggressive driving T-bone into each other with this mashup of Mario Kart and Mad Max: Fury Road. Created by Kris Sundberg, this video uses the original trailer for the film and inserts audio, along with little visual tics from the game. Show More Summary
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Oh, what a lovely day. Read more...
Video games are best when you really feel immersed in them Broccoli Samurai, a "jamtronica" band out of Cleveland, proves that it can be a much more fun experience to play a game on mute and add your own music — specifically, Mario Kart. Show More Summary
The only thing more exhilarating than playing a quick game of Mario Kart on your old Nintendo 64 is doing it in real life. The post Real Life Mario Karts: New Zealand’s Huge Luge appeared first on The Good Men Project.
After spending years kidnapping Princess Peach and riding a sweet rig in Mario Kart, Bowser is joining the corporate offices at Nintendo of America as vice president for sales. No wait, wrong Bowser. Nintendo of America announced on Monday that Doug Bowser was taking over as its new vice president for sales. According to the company's press release, […]
10-year-old Gryffin Sanders faced a life or death decision last week when his great-grandmother suddenly passed out at the wheel of the car, which was driving at 60 miles per hour with their family inside. Luckily, Gryffin already had some experience behind the wheel...or at least a wheel. Read more...
Video games like Mario Kart may teach kids skills after all. A 10-year-old boy saved his great-grandmother's life when he quickly took control of the steering wheel after she was unresponsive in the driver's seat. Gryffin Sanders, who thought at first it was a test, said to 9News, "I tried to wake her up at first. Show More Summary
Crazy DIY inventor Colin Furze is back again with another ridiculously insane (and dangerous) new invention. Having already won the Internet multiple times with his Wolverine claws, Magneto shoes and the world's fastest baby stroller,...Show More Summary