It’s the Avengers trailer from 1978! Wait a minute, there was no Avengers movie in 1978! Whaaaaa?!
The hippos are hungry, and they prefer human flesh over white plastic marbles.
Charlie Brown is pretty much the epitome of a square, but that was back in the day. Today’s Peanuts gang is all about cutting edge social issues like occupy Wall St and same-sex rights. Sadly, the little red headed girl still isn’t putting out.
Hey, I loved Die Hard as much as the next guy, but Hollywood gets too much credit these days. So let’s have a little fun lampooning them and take those blockbusters down a notch.
Star of David on the chain, rollin’ to temple on dubs, sipping on Hennessy while snacking on matzo. This parody of Wiz Khalifa’s “Black and Yellow” goes out to all the black jews out there. Looking at you, Lenny Kravitz.
The White House recently released Obama’s birth certificate to try and satisfy media skeptics, but Donald Trump still isn’t buying it and has taken the war to Facebook.
It’s the World Warriors… in high school… all singing and dancing and stuff. Guest starring Psylocke?!
It’s time for the big boys to make way for the new hotness – Tiny Entourage. Our smash hit viral video series is returning with brand new episodes on Wednesday, September 8th.
James the Elf is setting off on a wondrous quest to find the Magic Crystals. Unfortunately, there may be an old-school RPG battle in his future. Play this hilarious free web game.
If you thought the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico was bad now, wait until you see the movie version.
So everybody and their sisters are watching Glee (if by everybody you mean gay dudes). Lost? Check this video to have it explained in 60 seconds.
Lady Gaga’s new “Telephone” music video featuring Beyonce debuted last week. All 10 minutes of the Tarantino-inspired video generated enough controversy to cause MTV to announce that they’ll no longer air the video (that’s what CNN says at least). But…
So you don’t have $380 to spend on a PlayStation 3 and Heavy Rain, huh? I know, it’s a recession and all. But if you really want to experience the magic of David Cage’s interactive drama wonderland of pressing buttons and things maybe happening, why not…