The rule-set video remix subcategory describes clips, which have been created through the use of an organising rule-set. Supercuts, where repeating actions/dialogue etc. have been stacked together (often in alphanumeric list-form) are obvious examples.
Rule-sets are usually produced quite mechanically, where the author might be motivated to turn a film into game (for comedic effect) or perhaps as a critical act, using repeating actions to foreground (and generally distort or parody) those being represented. This is further enabled by the easy replicability and recognisability of the form.
For viewers, interest relates to their sense of being complicit with the author in their awareness of the 'joke'.
Creator: Diran Lyons (2012). George W Bush Jaw Movement Supercut.
Creator: Anonymous [Bay Area Video Coalition]. (2012). The Usual Suspects: Black Men in Black Hoodies - TV News and Trayvon Martin Remix.
Creator: Anonymous [Super Massive Raver]. (2012). The Apprentice: Dubstep Strategy (Azhar's Lament).
Creator: Jonathan McIntosh [The Pop Culture Detective Agency]. (2012). The LEGO Violence Collection.
Creator: Morgan Matthews (2011). Britain In A Day.