Sephiroth is running around with his sword and his long platinum locks as the new reigning champion of this section. Spawn is making his second debut here. Although he got taken down by Indiana Jones a while ago, he also showed how much of a sadistic jerk he can be by waxing Shirley Temple back when this site was still young.
Archive for Final Fantasy
After the last fight featured two manly men like Abraham Lincoln and Chuck Norris, I decided that I needed to find the most effeminate guys out there. And not just effeminate, but batshit crazy, too. And viola, here they are. First, there’s Sephiroth, who bested Darth Vader ages ago. Sephiroth looks like he wears makeup, but makes up for it with his huge
penis sword and general badassery. He meets the crazy quotient because he wants to turn the world into his own personal spaceship. Then there’s Michael Jackson, who beat his clone/sister a while ago. He’s just…I mean…look at him. That ain’t right!
This is my first music video, although I went back and cleaned it up to give it better quality later on. The song is “Zombie,” by the Cranberries. The clips are from Final Fantasy VIII. Even though it’s my first video, it’s still among my best, in my opinion.
This video features the love story between Squall and Rinoa from Final Fantasy VIII, put to the song “Saving Grace” by the Cranberries.
Back when my wife Sarah and I were just friend who ate dinner together, I showed her this music video as a way of flirting with her. It totally worked. See, nerds can be romantic, too!
One of the coolest bad guys ever and the main villain of Final Fantasy VII, Sephiroth has a vast array of powers, including an ability identified as the Supernova. He wields a massive sword and is one of the most fabulous villains of all time. Darth Vader killed the Incredible Hulk on this very page. Also one of the coolest villains of all time, Vader is a master of that mystical entity known as the Force.
I’m not a huge fan of the first Vampire Hunter D movie, but the second one, Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust, rocks hard. The director, Yoshiaki Kawajiri, gets bonus points not only for turning a previously one-dimensional story into something intriguing and tragic, but also for later adding a good final coda to the ill-fated Highlander franchise with Highlander: The Search for Vengeance. This video focuses only on his Vampire Hunter D work, combining Bloodlust with Nobuo Uematsu’s theme from Final Fantasy VIII, “Liberi Fatali.”
A music video combining Godsmack’s “Bad Religion” with cut scenes from Final Fantasy VII.