Screen Junkies braces for impact against people who take entertainment way too seriously. Watch them talk about Star Wars: The Last Jedi‘s divisive “kill the past” themes, the Rebel’s stupid secret plan and Kylo Ren’s chests, er, eyes.
As if there wasn’t already way too much going on in Avengers: Infinity War, Aldo Jones had to go and add even more characters and insanity to the film with his latest weird trailer. Honestly, we’re surprised that Shrek didn’t join the Avengers sooner.
(PG-13: Language) “You can really express your personality by copying what popular rappers are wearing.” Casually Explained breaks down some of the most popular brands and trends in men’s fashion. All without saying hype, fire, lit, woke, or Off-White. A true scholar.
A bit from a 2012 Central Park performance by Reggie Watts in which he replicated the esoteric and offbeat sounds of Thom Yorke and the gang from Radiohead. It’s so spot-on that some are calling it a “cover” rather than a “parody.” Download or stream the track here.
If Star Wars can have spin-offs, there’s no reason Spaceballs shouldn’t too. Darth Blender mashed up the voiceover from the trailer from Solo: A Star Wars Story with the Mel Brooks space spoof to give us a glimpse at the origin story of its roguish pilot and his sidekick, Barf.
Fake posters poking fun at the Coachella lineup have been a thing for 10+ years. But this might be the best one yet, as Botnik used machine learning to come up with the names of the acts for the Southern Cali music festival. We’re so excited to see Smushy Twin touring again.
Word has it that Quentin Tarantino is really working on a Star Trek film – and we so want to see that. While we wait and see how that turns out, Nerdist went ahead and made a trailer for what they think it might be like, using footage from The Original Series.
A hilarious short film about the “important” work that goes into commercial production, as a duo of micromanaging marketing execs try to coax exactly the right mood from a voice actor. It’ll hit close to home for anyone creative who has to pay the bills with a “real job.”
The whole idea of cryptocurrency can be a little hard for the average joe to wrap their mind around. Perhaps this commercial parody from a recent episode of Late Night with Seth Meyers will help us understand Bitcoin, blockchain technology, and virtual economies better.
“The best way to diversify your portfolio is to put all your money in Bitcoin.” Self help guru JP Sears is back to school us on what could either be the future of money, or an explosive bubble. Either way, he’s ahead of the curve, trading his soul for a few virtual pieces of cryptocurrency.