“We took the space-age technology behind noise-cancelling headphones,” this spoof ad explains, “and added our own patented algorithms to filter out unwanted thoughts and conclusions.”
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…
Interstellar has just become the third most successful foreign film in South Korea, and that means SPOOFS! Watch the totally ridiculous Interstellar takedown from Korea's Saturday Night Live (yes, there's a Korean SNL!).
Were you floored by ComicsAlliance's timeline, laying out the next six years of scheduled superhero movies? Well this spoof timeline looks even farther into the future, when we'll have ill-advised crossover movies, superhero vacation flicks, and endless Deadpool films.
I genuinely enjoyed Matthew McConaughey's True-Detectivesque ads for Lincoln. But not as much as Jim Carrey's spoof commercials on last Saturday Night Live. Not only they are hilarious, but also Carrey's impression of McConaughey is so perfect that I couldn't take my eyes off him during the whole video.
From the minds that brought you The Matrix Retold by Mom comes HELL NO: The world's first sensible horror movie in which the characters are all reasonable and rational and no one gets killed.
In case you missed it earlier this week, Apple announced a brand spankin' new Mac at WWDC. It's quite the departure from previous Macs but somehow ultimately familiar.
It's very likely that if you're reading this, you may be afflicted with Hyper Involuntary Panic Stress Tension Elevation also known as HIPSTER. Or maybe if you're not, you know someone who is. Here's the most hilarious way to cure them: Unpretentiousil. This spoof ad drops the science of being a hipster and how it…
There was never anything quite like a field trip with Ms. Frizzle: blasting off into space, driving through Arnold's body, traveling back to the days of the dinosaurs. But this imaginary trailer for a Magic School Bus movie trades science lessons for magic as Ms. Frizzle's class reunites for one last trip—to rescue…
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?
You've seen this Rooster Teeth Angry Birds movie trailer by now, right? Equal parts funny, cheesy and, hrm, hammy—just like the game! Sadly for society, I feel Rovio will actually make this happen someday. [The Next Web]
What do Lost's mysterious Jacob and the Man In Black play when they're sick of black-rock-white-rock? Jimmy Kimmel knows, it's Connect 4 Million! Skip to the 1:00 mark if you don't want to hear little spoilers from last night's episode.
Click to viewDo I even need to explain that a video entitled "One Laptop Per Third World Noob" might be a bit tasteless? Sure, I chuckled at the stick figures and the lewd child pornography references, but I'm also a terrible person.
Have you ever wondered what would happen if you had a live-action version of Venture Bros., crossed with a cheesy 1970s-era romance starring arch villains The Monarch and Dr. Mrs. Monarch (AKA Dr. Girlfriend)? Of course you have.
The humorists at the Harvard Lampoon are taking aim at klutzy girls and sparkly vampires with their novel-length Twilight parody Nightlight. Expect a vain, vampire-obsessed narrator, unnecessary adjectives, and a computer geek who simply can't be bothered with girls.
Learn why the T-800 has an Austrian accent, hear the T4 theme music ukulele-style, and find out the real reason Kyle Reese went back in time. Here is collection of great Terminator spoofs, tributes and YouTube skits.
Click to view The cast of Disaster Movie lines up and gives us 21 reasons why the movie's opening night should be deserted. There isn't a single gag or parody in this tragic comedy that could possibly justify its existence. Click through for the full poster.
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This goof has already been taken off eBay, but it brings up an issue: why can't you just carry an iPod (or any other music player, for that matter) along with a cellphone? Is it really that much trouble to carry multiple devices?