Brawl at Chuck E. Cheese's set to hardcore metal


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/05/19/brawl-at-chuck-e-cheeses-se.html


#2

I’ve never been to Chuck E. Cheese.
Isn’t that just Wednesday?


#3

Not as good as the Cat Mosh Pit set to Brace War.


#4

I personally would like to see higher-quality footage (less grainy, and of course no vertical video), a few slow-mo effects thrown in, and perhaps set to music more like “What a wonderful world”.


#5

So many barb wire tattoos, so much stretch-wear…


#6

This makes me rethink saloon brawls in old westerns.


#7

Fun for the whole family to enjoy!
I think Yakety Sax will work for this too.
Edit: Just tried it. It does work with Yakety Sax!


#8

The flashing red and blue lights added so much!

Also, slow it down to highlight the tragedy with Beethoven’s 7th…


#9

I have been to the Chuckster’s joint a few times in recent years and I am frankly surprised that this is not a weekly event somewhere in their hundreds of locations. Maybe this is just the one that got recorded?

In any case those places are fantastic casino training for kids. A few Ch-E-Ch birthday parties and the din of slot machines will be a soothing lullaby.


#10

That’s actually some good metal too.


#11

Let me guess… much like Vegas has ditched a majority of the table games for slots, Chuck has ditched most of the ball pit / play zone for shitty coin op games?


#12

Nobody like cleaning the balls after some kid throws up in the pit


#13

If the Beethoven sounds familiar, it may be because it’s a tried-and-true piece for film soundtracks. Perhaps its most effective and iconic use was in The King’s Speech


#14

The pillarbox compensation really adds something. It feels as if there are more bodies.


#15

Oh you think they clean the ball pit, heh


#16

I am a simple man. I see (hear) Beethoven, I :heart: the post.


#17

Much too good…


#18

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