What Hamlet says without much elaboration about his encounter with the ghost I say with deep conviction about Bardbox, a stunning blog that has compiled an enormous, well-catalogued, well-annotated, and well-organized collection of (in its own words) "the best and most interesting examples of original Shakespeare videos online."
Truly, it is a marvel. I feel quite jealous. But I rejoice at the resource and at all that it provides. Dr. McKernan must have watched many lame parodies and middle school soliloquies—the "infinite deal of nothing" Bassiano says Gratiano gives us in Merchant of Venice, I.i.114—to show us the very best original Shakespeare-related material on YouTube.
For example, without Dr. McKernan's fine work, I would not have known that a version of Mercutio's "Queen Mab" speech that has been dubbed over with the "Watney's Red Barrell" sketch from Monty Python: Live at the Hollywood Bowl exists. And here it is! [Note: The sketch contains at least one obscenity (in addition to all the Bloodys) and one ethnic slur.]