Editor Alex Moschina (previously) has compiled a supercut of clips of Kramer stealing food from Jerry on the show Seinfeld. Kramer’s mooching was a recurring theme on the show, and was a central plot point of the episode “The Seven,” in which Kramer agrees to start a tab and pay for all the food…
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Copywriter and video editor Alex Moschina has created a supercut video of people being scrooges during Christmas in movies and TV shows for Slacktory. There are loads of Scrooges in TV and film.
Copywriter and video editor Alex Moschina has created a supercut of awkward meal time scenes in movies for Slacktory. So… how was your Thanksgiving? Looking forward to Christmas with the family?
“It’s going to be okay…” Alex Moschina has compiled clips of movie monsters appearing right behind their victims for the Slacktory supercut, “Turn Around”. For the love of god, watch your six.
Alex Moschina has created “It’s Just a Cat”, a supercut for Slacktory of spooky moments in movies and TV shows that turn out to be just a cat. Why isn’t anyone worried that it’s a killer cat?
Alex Moschina has created a supercut for Slacktory of people in scary movies saying “I’ll check it out” and then splitting up from their group. If you find yourself in a scary movie, stick close to everyone. The moment you split up, you’re hacked up.
Copywriter and video editor Alex Moschina created a supercut video for Slacktory of kisses in movies being interrupted at the last second. People in movies never kiss, but they almost do.
Baltimore-based copywriter and video editor Alex Moschina created a supercut for Slacktory of Saturday Night Live cast members breaking character. On Saturday Night Live, everyone eventually corpses during a scene. Even Will Ferrell, and especially Jimmy Fallon.