Once there was a boy who had no name… He couldn’t sleep, and that was a shame. Author Chuck Palahniuk pokes fun at his darkly satirical novel Fight Club with a softened up version targeted at his aging audience and their kids.
It’s been 15 years since Tyler Durden laid out the extensive list of rules of Fight Club. Now relive the classic movie about violence, mayhem, anti-consumerism, and… littering?.. courtesy of our friends at Honest Trailers.
Yes, we wish they would stop calling these “8-bit” too, but that doesn’t make 16-bit version of David Fincher’s Fight Club, visualized as a side-scroller beat-em-up any less awesome. Bonus points for the penguin level.
Made with “electrolytes, caffeine, and punching”, this officially licensed soap is based on original assets from this organization that doesn’t exist and which we’re not even talking about.
The ladies of proper society take a punch to the face in what we’re almost certain is the first and only Jane Austen – Chuck Palahniuk mashup we’ve ever seen. No corsets, no hat pins, no crying.
Looks like Cameron is struggling with his inner Tyler Durden in this disturbing, but amusing mashup of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Fight Club. Nice touch with the subliminal image flashes.