(YouTube link) YouTube asked its most viral participants to star in a mash-up of culturally defining moments of 2012. That includes, PSY, Freddie Wong, Rhett & Link, Felicia Day, and more. Can you spot all the viral references of the year?
(YouTube link) Freddie Wong isn’t in the latest Freddie Wong video, but his effects are. Violinist Lindsey Stirling (previously) stars as Link, recreating the pot-smashing moves from the Legend of Zelda video game series. -via Viral Viral Videos
(YouTube link) The generation gap turns into war as old school video game characters invade the real world! It’s up to modern characters to save the day in the latest fantasy from Freddie Wong. -via The Daily What Geek
(YouTube Link) Freddie Wong’s special effects videos have turned him in to an internet sensation, and rightfully so, because the guy has some serious compositing and visual fx skills. In this video the king of movie makeovers finds an old book that teaches him the secret of the Fire Flower from Super Mario Bros., with delightfully [...]
(Video Link) It’s Monday. Get up and go to work. This would normally be a tedious and regrettable exercise, but not if you live inside Freddie Wong’s head. So get going and hit the first save point before your boss notices that you’re late. -via Geekosystem
(YouTube link) Filmmaker and shoot-em-up enthusiast Freddie Wong gets to play with even more firepower in this short, with the help of John Favreau, director of the soon-to-be-released film Cowboys and Aliens.
(YouTube link) It was only a matter of time before filmmaker Freddie Wong tackled the subject of cats. Of course, it wouldn’t be a Freddie Wong video without a lot of gunfire. -via Laughing Squid
(Video Link) Freddie Wong has done it again! This action-packed short film depicts him as an undecided cereal shopper at a grocery store. Gun-wielding thieves should never interfere with a man trying to select a chocolate-flavored cereal. -via reddit
(Watch on YouTube) From Freddie Wong, the guy in Jedi A-Holes from John’s post last week, a new video. This time, he’s not out being a Force-abusing delinquent–he’s the Arcade Dominator. I’m only a little bit envious of his mad skee-ball skillz. Link via The Daily What
(Video Link) One of Freddie Wong’s best short films was Jedi A-Holes — a brief glimpse into the world of criminally miscreant Jedi. He’s back with the same theme, and the same two Jedi knights causing mischief in their town. via Ace of Spades HQ