Walt and Jesse would have fit in perfectly with ABC’s classic TGIF lineup.
In the honest trailer for The Hunger Games poor kids learn about frosting decoration. I must have missed that the first time around.
NASA’s being feeling pretty cocky lately with this whole Mars Rover thing. The rocket nerds are now throwing up their own LMFAO cover for the red planet win.
Gotta say, that lesbian Bieber hair looks pretty natural on C3-PO. He only wants to be the #1 droid in your life.
What happens when 5 nymphos and the winner of a Tombstone Pizza contest find themselves under the same roof? You guessed it, non-stop bad decisions.
The wonder of the Tap Light helps you make the most of your drinking problem. Hooray, another win for technology nobody asked for.
I’m sure this breakup song is going to make George Lucas take a hard look at what he’s done to the Star Wars franchise… before he goes back to swimming in his pool of money.
Watch a enough alien movies and you’ll undoubtedly pick-up a few helpful tips on what NOT to do should you encounter any extra terrestrial lifeforms. For example, don’t put your face near it. That’s going to turn out bad 100% of the time.
Yes, it’s another “Call Me Maybe” parody, but wait, this isn’t the standard (insert: politician or sports team) cover of the highly annoying pop tune. This cover pays tribute to Dawn of the Dead with some flesh eating zombies, perfect for that summertime bath salt buzz.
All the sex. All the action. All the cappuccino drinking. Alrugo’s Italian Spider-Man trailer that became an Internet cult classic in 2007 has been extended into a short film.
How is one expected to fight the evil powers of the Sith when their loins burn day and night with passion? A Millennium Falcon pilot can only take so much!
Coming to Broadway this fall, the story of a strange orphan girl and her rise to superstardom against the chest bursting aliens that are trying to shatter her dreams.
It’s about time science figured out a way to fuse together unhealthy quantities of booze and the thirst quenching refreshment of mass marketed sports drinks.
Coachella 2013 is coming and it wants your money. Sunburns, dead cell batteries, and frustrated lines await you. Don’t even try to resist.
The first comment on an Internet post is something magical, but who was the “first, first”? This mystery of the universe is finally revealed when investigators track down this commenting pioneer.