Spoof Videos Category

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.

Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Comedy TV & Video, Music Videos, Spoof Videos and Video On Demand by Jaime McDougall on April 26, 2015

“Oak Park and River Forest High School unveiled a new student-produced parody video Friday: “All About That Pride,” a take-off of Meghan Trainor’s hit “All About That Bass.”

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Google Fiber is superfast broadband that many people in the United States and beyond would love the chance to use, if only Google offered it in more states.

But perhaps Google Fiber is a little too fast. Perhaps what’s needed is a way of slowing it down to a snail’s pace. Introducing Dial-Up Mode.

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Netflix recently landed in Australia and New Zealand, with the U.S. company streaming a mix of local and international television and movie content in the two neighboring countries.

However, Netflix isn’t the only game in town, with a rival streaming company having set up shop in New Zealand. It’s called NitFlux, and it’s so awesome I wish it was available elsewhere.

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Posted in: Action Videos, Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Dance, Music Videos, News, Spoof Videos and Video On Demand by Dave Parrack on March 16, 2015

Here It Goes Again remains one of the finest music videos of all time, almost 10 years after it was originally released.

This is the video where OK Go dance around on treadmills in a highly choreographed manner, and it earned the band many new fans who have stuck with them to this day.

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Even I, a card-carrying member of the geek fraternity, find the whole idea of unboxing videos slightly ridiculous. Who cares how a gadget is packaged up? The only thing that matters is how it is to use.

This video mocks unboxing videos, with a guy pretending to open an Apple Watch package. He gets a little more than he bargained for, and no new smartwatch to play around with.

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Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Comedy TV & Video, Drama, Movies, News, Spoof Videos and Video On Demand by Dave Parrack on February 27, 2015

In case you haven’t noticed, Fifty Shades Of Grey is everywhere right now. I thought the book had got enough press attention, but the first of the three films is getting even more attention.

I guess it isn’t hard to see why. This isn’t just mummy porn for bored housewives, it’s a mainstream depiction of the BDSM lifestyle. Which is actually rather refreshing.

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You may like Ed Sheeran. You may also think he’s a fantastic singer and songwriter who deserves all the success he is currently enjoying.

But you’re wrong. On all counts. Ed Sheeran cannot sing, cannot play guitar, and gets help writing his dreary pop ditties. Here is the proof.

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Posted in: Action Videos, Automobiles, Awesome Videos to Watch Now, News, Spoof Videos, Tech Related and Video On Demand by Dave Parrack on November 30, 2014

If you spend any time on the Internet you’re probably well aware of the Ken Block Gymkhana videos which show the racing driver stunting his way around various venues and obstacles.

Well, this isn’t a new Ken Block Gymkhana video, it’s a new Ken Box video. A what now? Ken Box, Ken Block’s smaller, even more skilled cousin.

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I don’t yet have any kids. I may do one day, but for now I’m left imagining what it’s like the bring children up, which I’m sure has its upsides and downsides.

Perhaps cooking with kids and for kids is a joy for some people. But this guy shows us the other side of the story, the one in which cooking with and for kids is really no fun at all.

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Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Comedy TV & Video, News, Sitcom TV & Videos, Spoof Videos and Video On Demand by Dave Parrack on November 17, 2014

There is a current trend for trying to please everybody all the time. Among many other things it means television shows and movies have to try to represent every single group of people so as not to offend anyone.

This Saturday Night Live sketch offers a social commentary on that trend, with a fake sitcom called The Dudleys.

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