Adele is everywhere right now, promoting her new album 25. The first song off the album is called Hello, and it’s, well, the same old schmaltzy crap we have come to expect from Adele.
All your favorite films and TV shows imitated in the name of parody and satire. Here you will find a selection of the best spoof videos from around the web.
You can make a documentary out of anything. Literally. People have made documentaries out of the strangest things, and no one has batted an eyelid. In fact, some of these docs have even won awards.
With that in mind, watch this trailer for a spoof documentary called Pooljumpers: Catchers of the Ball.
We have all been there… you and your significant other have the evening to yourselves, and decide to watch something on Netflix together.
But wait. You want to watch one thing, while he or she wants to watch a totally different thing. What to do? Rather than one of you experiencing disappointment, you should both end up disappointed.
Nicole Arbour recently recorded a rant aimed at fat people. This is a response to that “Dear Fat People” video, with Timmy Timato giving Arbour a taste of her own medicine.
I love Interstellar. It was my favorite film of 2014, and I have since watched it on Blu-ray. It’s a truly epic story aided by some amazing special effects.
However, it isn’t without its flaws. As this cartoon proves.
Key and Peele are always funny, and often hilarious. And this series of sketches lightly mocking Neil deGrasse Tyson is definitely the latter. In fact, it’s one of the funniest things I have seen for a long time.
Seinfeld is, by many people’s standards, the greatest sitcom ever made. Hell, it’s many people’s choice of the best television show ever made, period.
It’s certainly up there. But would it stand up to scrutiny as a serious drama? This video would suggest that all of the essential elements were already in place.
It turns out that Pitch Perfect isn’t a movie about a group of girls overcoming their differences to be an awesome a capella singing group. No, you’re wrong.
Pitch Perfect is actually an exposé of the truth behind 9/11. That’s right folks, Anna Kendrick knows the truth, and she’s willing to share it all with us through the power of singing and dancing.
Kung Fury is a new movie designed to spoof the 1980s in all its ridiculousness. Whether you love or hate the eighties, this is one film well worth watching.
Even better, it’s available to watch on YouTube completely for free. Now. Here. Do it!
The United States is finally getting its own version of Comic Relief, with Red Nose Day airing tonight on NBC. It only took America 25 years to catch up to the Brits, but better late than never.