Nothing appeals more to geeks than a swiss army knife, so this Geek Army Knife tee is a match, a Thundercats sword, lightsaber, MIB Noisy Cricket and Star Trek phaser made in heaven.
Preserving various species gets put into perspective with this Conservation Status t-shirt; we’re all for pandas, rhinos and lions, but the jury’s still out for Bigfoot and zombies.
We never fancied Hugh the Broadway-type, but Wolverine: The Musical is pure gold, albeit way off-Broadway: “I’ll chop apart that redwood tree and slice the wings off of a bee…”
Shatner Quake tops the list for ridiculous sci-fi novels: in it, every William Shatner character gets sucked into our world to do battle with a Bruce Campbell terrorist cult. No, seriously.
The Fine Bros. ongoing LOST parody strands our favorite starship crew with Locke and gang; they manage to squeeze in parallel casts, Bill & Ted and Siler/Spock going nuts.
Dan Gurewitch of College Humor shows that Twitter in Real Life makes you sound like an obnoxious, self-centered douchebag; ironically, it’s a perfect fit for our inattentive ADD generation.
Dozens of movies, reenacted with cartoon bunnies in half minute skits: watch all of Starz’ 30-Second Bunnies Theatre, including Star Trek II, Office Space, Kill Bill and Borat.
Escher’s Dogs makes us simultaneously laugh and scratch our heads; we’ll give a big ass milkbone and a degree in perceptual psychology to Fido if he can get himself out of this one.
Not yet seduced Judd Apatow? Get ready to be knocked up by College Humor’s In an Apatow World; it shows that even super bad losers need not fret about being 40 year old virgins.
Just in time for their third anniversary, Go Ape Shirts’ Ape-ocalypse tee is a retro-style homage to another huge Hollywood ape; it’s by Leon Ryan, who also created Go Ape’s logo.
Greg Benson of Mediocre Films muscles his way in on a Free Hugs guy’s racket with his own $2 Deluxe Hugs; our favorite part is at 3:14: “So what can I get for, like, a 20?”
Proof that Batman always has a backup, this JOB t-shirt is what the Dark Knight uses when his Bat Signal is out of order; our apologies to Alfred, who has to clean up the inevitable guano.
Living Sasquatch finally makes proper use of augmented reality by giving it the ability to grunt, out of control body hair and a nice dose of comedy–but no beer. Thanks, Beth!
This latest trailer for Disney’s G-Force feels almost like a legitimate spy movie, with plenty of covert gadgets and Underworld’s Bill Nighy as arch villain; that is, until the fart jokes start.
The Samsung captions make it feel like a product placement ad, but Finger UFC is still pretty entertaining, if a bit random; it starts with a Rocky training montage and ends with a piano solo.
With a gun-toting robo-lizard, a Mad Max-style car chase and hammy acting, The Diamonds of Metro Valley is so bad we have to watch it; the film will be completed in a few months.
We’ve seen Baconnaise, bacon t-shirts and a bacon lance of death, so why not bacon-flavored vodka? Bakon is made from Idaho potatoes and infused with the taste of peppered bacon.
Worshipped by students but anathema to college professors and teaching assistants, we actually used Wikipedia while writing this post to figure out what anathema means; Thanks, Wikipedia!
Those of us not brave enough to quit our jobs in a blaze of nerf glory can still subvert the man with Twisted Ties; they may be dapper on the front but are deviant on the back.
The perils of time travel are well-known( if not understood), but we love Unpossible for its humorous take on the paradoxes (and bloody noses) you’ll no doubt create by meeting yourself.
The sounds of screaming tweens have kept us from seeing Twilight, but Twilight with Cheeseburgers is one flick we might just see with overdramatic acting, music and beef patties.
Made by a student for a non-linear editing class, Henson’s 11 is a hilarious remix of an Ocean’s Eleven trailer and The Great Muppet Caper; we’d pick Kermit over George Clooney any day.
Few things are as reviled in the workplace as meetings; Five Minutes To Kill Yourself tasks you with impaling, flambe-ing and maiming yourself so you can skip that next boring meeting.
Most cubicle drones have a few covert napping trips, but iNap@Work really ups the ante with a retinue of common office sounds including keyboard taps and paper rustling.
Capcom’s Bionic Fireman is a viral video done in style: it shows an alternate use for the Bionic Commando’s grappling arm, but both we and the kitty think he should keep his day job.
So bad it’s good, this hastily made Cleveland tourism video might just do wonders for the local economy; as one commenter put it, it’s got Saturday Night Live written all over it.
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