Disney's been having great success with live-action remakes of its classic animated films. So why not cast, as Saturday Night Live did last night, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as everyone's favorite deer ... and reconfigure the story as an over-the-top action thriller, with plenty of puns and guns for all? WHAM BAM BAMBI!
Though largely unknown to American audiences, the BBC's award-winning Look Around You is easily one of the most hilarious — and ludicrous — shows about science that you'll ever see. Here are some of our favorite clips.
It's a shame we don't have actual superheros in our midst. Otherwise, scientists would put out research papers that look something like this amazing six-page study examining the discovery of a novel protein associated with the regenerative abilities of none other than Wolverine.
We're suckers for a good Star Wars parody — and this retelling of those Windows 7 commercials with Stormtroopers and Chewbacca is exceptionally clever. But what is Chewie trying to tell us?
It's been almost 30 years since E.T. and his uncomfortably shaped finger ruled movie screens. But Paul, opening this weekend Stateside, is full of little E.T. jokes, most of them featured in the film's trailer.
This is music video parody heaven, right here — a glitter-lipped songstress sings about the difficulties in finding life in the universe, in a spoof of Ke$ha's "We R Who We R." What rhymes with "prokaryote-ote-ote-otes"? [via Greg Laden]
The rumored Johnny Depp Doctor Who movie sounds horrendous enough, but just remember: It could always get worse. Just check out this new spoof that imagines what it would be like if Jack Black took the role.
While waiting for Lost's final mindfrak this Sunday, spend some time looking at all the brilliant artwork, videos, and photoshopperie this epic show inspired. Check out our massive round-up.
UFO paranoia site TopSecretConspiracy.Com went to WorldCon to uncover the truth about science fiction — it's a ploy, paving the way for alien invasion. But could some Monsters save us from these Aliens?
If you've ever wanted to see Star Wars mashed up with 300, then this clip from the short-lived 1978 show Quark may make you happy. Or maybe not. The Great Gorgon, a transparent Darth Vader rip-off, comes in his big orange Death Star to conquer the planet of Spartans... who surrender. I remember loving Quark when I was…