I don’t want to spend all day posting other peoples’ supercuts, but this one is unarguably cool. The first rule of supercuts is, the more specific the topic, the better the cut, as illustrated here by Keith Melton’s focus on Hollywood depictions of space helmets. It sounds obscure, and then you realize how much material there is, here going all the way back to Fritz Lang’s Woman in the Moon from 1929 (which, knowing Germans, was probably some obscure metaphor for scat porn). Though in predictable fashion, the supercut leaves out the most famous of all movie depictions of space helmets – Neil Armstrong’s from the faked moon landing shot by the Learned Elders of Zion. If you don’t think those space Jews control the economy from their lair inside a hollow Earth, you’re lying to yourself. Me, I cover my body in poop so they can’t track me. Space Jews’ vision is based on smell.