During the Academy Awards, we were treated to parodies of Joy, The Revenant, The Danish Girl, and The Martian; some were short and sweet (The Revenant) while some were a little surreal (The Danish Girl). For our money, the best one by far was the spoof of The Martian. It turns out, that film would have been a very…
Nope. They’re not a fan at all. Especially the Hulk.
Internet Comedians Above Average have discovered the secret behind why each of Pixar’s films are a tearjerker: a cutting edge Sad lab that looks into all the best ways to make people cry.
Titus Andromedon’s song ‘Peeno Noir’ from Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt was a catchy earworm, and now, comedy group Practical Folks take the tune to Westeros.
The Drone isn’t a real movie, but it’s probably only a matter of time before someone makes a horror film about a hobbyist’s quadcopter that develops a will of its own and starts terrorizing its human owners.
Community’s latest paintball episode is online and it includes one scene that pays tribute to Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Just as Steve Rogers finds himself in an elevator surrounded by enemy agents, so too does Community’s Dean Pelton find himself apparently cornered by rival paintball players.
Cars is not exactly a classic Pixar movie, but it's spawned a bunch of spinoffs and sequels. If this trailer from Big Bee Studio was an actual film, though, we'd forgive those other movies just for bringing us this.
For some of us, it was hard to ignore the fact that Academy Award-winner Birdman immediately conjured images of a different masked character than the one who spoke to Michael Keaton's Riggan Thomson. Well, When No One Gets Your Cosplay (or the unexpected virtue of ignorance) has arrived to put both characters…
The helicopter, the elevator scene, the hyper-articulated six-pack abs, the breathy dialogue ... they're all here in this meticulously detailed trailer for Fifty Shades of Bricks. For the full effect, check out the side-by-side comparison between live-action and Lego parody trailers here, and ask yourself: which…
Dixie Leota has been drawing parodies of classic paintings whose subjects just won't cooperate. The Mona Lisa glares. The Scream yawns. And Matisse's Woman in Blue has been caught picking her nose.
Your move, Too Many Cooks. Unedited Footage of a Bear will make you twitch in fear every time you see a box of allergy medication.
Iron Man/Ironing jokes have been around forever, but I don't think I've ever seen a parody as extensive as this - behold, the full fledged trailer for Iron Can!
The Pathways Interns of NASA's Johnson Space Center made "All About That Space" as a way to raise interest and excitement in the Orion launch (as if we needed it!). It's the most charming thing in the whole world.
This is more proof that it's the singing Disney villains, not the heroes, that deserve center stage. Give this a listen and you will never sing the correct lyrics again. Also, stick around for Scar's truly amazing entrance.
Dealing with the legal ramifications of a curse or monster? Henry Parish, attorney at law, promises to end your legal woes in this lawyerly ad spoof. After all, bringing about the apocalypse is sure to make those pesky criminal charges go away.
This is supposed to be parody, but I'm pretty sure we're not too far away from this being the actual way food is marketed to us. It's like a cross between the milk ads and a tech ad.
Things may be better down where it's wetter, but when you plunge in the ocean depths, the marine life can get downright terrifying. In this video, The Little Mermaid's Sebastian the crab sings all about the often hideous and gargantuan creatures "Under the Deep Sea."
Yes, a lot of people were honored for their television accomplishments during last night's Emmy awards, but the award for most entertaining part of the Emmys goes to Weird Al Yankovic for his medley of television theme song parodies, including one for Game of Thrones.