More Star Trek Weirdness from Belgium

A few months ago, Mer posted some incredibly strange remixed ST:TNG episodes made by Jan Van Den Hemel and Andrew Hussie.  Since that time, many more little episodes have popped up on Gazorra, Van Den Hemel’s YouTube channel. Recently, the two creators were interviewed by MassLive.

The hits keep coming, and the new episodes are too good not to repost! Here are two performance-themed clips, with some more favorites after the jump, and still more new ones up on YouTube, the latest one having appeared just last week.

10 Responses to “More Star Trek Weirdness from Belgium”

  1. Mer Says:

    BEST FOR LAST!!!!

  2. Andy Says:

    OK then.. No more fanfic for that Belgian this month:)

  3. xtrasugarxtrasalt Says:

    This totally hits the spot after seeing the Star Trek movie :)

  4. MissSpite Says:

    Oh… wow. I like Belgium.

  5. neil Says:

    Andrew Hussie has also done some Alf Edits. Episode two is particular great.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZERfeh7n4Q

  6. Shay Says:

    These are so zen, I love em’

  7. Glossolalia Black Says:

    A Fistful of Explosions:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnPIPOaRUFg

  8. Beth Says:

    Ha!

    It’s a popular activity amongst my friends + I to see who can find the weirdest Sesame Street videos on You Tube. While this won’t qualify, it’s certainly full of MIRTH.

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  10. Sue Walkenhorst Says:

    For awhile,I believed i was concerned Star Trek was a dying franchise. Then JJ Abrams came along. Great touch. The scene with kid Kirk was a touch too quirky in the film, however it was very popular in the trailer. Star Trek XI breathed new life into this beloved Roddenberry universe. I’d like to see all of this Enterprise cast returning for extra outings. I spent my youth with the primary series. Heck, my pops got us a color Television just so we could watch Star Trek every single Friday night. Currently, I’m stuck on these new actors. In MHO, they have breathed life to their characters and made them their very own. I, for example, am eager for more.