Here’s some very promising news for fans of Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement’s cult-beloved vampire mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows: FX has ordered a pilot for a half-hour comedy series based on the film.
We've seen a lot of vampires, and vampire comedy, lately. But Jemaine Clement (Flight of the Conchords) and Taika Waititi (Eagle vs. Shark) tap a whole new vein of humor in their hilarious mockumentary What We Do In The Shadows. We talked to Clement and Waititi about making vampires funny again.
An endearing mockumentary about ancient vampires struggling with modern-day annoyances, What We Do in the Shadows boasts some of the most lovable horror-movie characters in recent memory. And by "lovable," we mean raunchy, rude, violent, and hilarious.
One of the most buzzed-about films at this year's Sundance Film Festival is the mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows, following a group of vampire roommates, who are forced to learn about the modern world. This clip of the film's first six minutes shows us what they're working with.
Last year, the History channel aired a mockumentary about the "Great Martian War" of 1913-1917. The real treat is the videos of the battles, which places War of the Worlds-style walkers in real footage from World War I.
Emojis. Love them or hate them, they snuck into our daily lives and they are here to stay. This fun mockumentary shows how everyone has come to accept, live with and even depend on these silly graphics to express feelings and emotions through Facebook, Instagram and text messaging (as sad as that can be.)
Tonight, The Big Bang Theory celebrates Star Wars Day with a Star Wars-themed episode. But can it begin to measure up to the wealth of funny Star Wars tributes in television, movies, and comics?
Shot in the style of a documentary, The End follows four deaf children through their lives into an imagined future, as some decide to undergo treatment for deafness while others refuse it. But as the number of deaf people dwindles, what happens to the those who gradually find themselves without a culture?
If an extraterrestrial were to spy on certain corners of the Earth, might it decide that the automobile was top dog on our planet? The 1966 short film What on Earth! pokes fun at car culture by imagining a misunderstanding Martian report on Earth's dominate species: the car.
Yes, we're still disappointed that we didn't get a World War Z mockumentary. After all, science fiction and horror lend themselves quite well to the faux-documentary format. So we're kicking back with 15 speculative mockumentaries, from a silly Star Wars lark to an earnest look at Britain on the eve of nuclear war.
We knew that the World War Z film wasn't going to be faithful to Max Brooks' book, but what if the producers had gone in the opposite direction, shooting the movie as a Ken Burns-inspired mockumentary?
Ever feel like you're wasting your life looking at cat pictures on the Internet? In this short parody documentary, The Internet: A Warning From History, Brits in 2068 recall the tragedy that was constant Internet access, and the disaster that followed.
To promote the release of Wreck-It Ralph on Blu-Ray and DVD, Disney released this oddball mockumentary parodying the Donkey Kong high score documentary The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters. Wreck-It Ralph director takes on the role of faux interviewer for Garlan Hulse: Where Potential Lives. The titular Garlan…
I don't like riding roller coasters because I'm a big weenie when it comes to mechanical excitement. But I have no problem believing that I would ride these ridiculously thrilling (and totally fake) roller coasters from the Centrifuge Brain Project. The first roller coasters in the video start off harmless enough…
This mockumentary exposes the truth behind Apple Maps: it was a massive art project made to put disturbing semi-realistic imagery into every iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch on the planet. Just check out this 'found footage' where Jean-Marc Rosseau, the man behind the artsy mess, talks about his work and inspiration.
The trailer for mockumentary The Conspiracy follows the crazy old guy you see on the streets, screaming wild ideas at the skyscrapers. But what if the funny people with the cardboard signs were right? The trailer for The Conspiracy follows around one man who has the right idea, after he sucks a team of filmmakers…
In the upcoming faux documentary Ghosts With Shit Jobs, the West has been in a state of financial ruin for decades, and the indigenous North Americas (or "ghosts") are outsourced labor for China and India. What forms of employment are available? Among several careers, living spambot, robot baby technician, and silk…
Last night MTV premiered its supernatual cop show Death Valley in which a camera crew follows an Undead Task Force as they try and clean up the streets from zombies vampires and werewolves. This is the funniest moment.
A few days ago mega-producer and Dimension Films head Bob Weinstein claimed that the much-buzzed-about lunar "found footage" movie Apollo 18 film was 100% real. Is he crazy? Or does he just think we'll believe anything?
Space mockumentary Apollo 18 has been shrouded in mystery for months. But no longer! The first ever trailer for Gonzalo López-Gallego's lunar horror epic is out, and it looks intense. Let the space madness begin!