“He was the best around. Nothing’s ever gonna keep him down.” To promote its second season, the YouTube Premium series Cobra Kai enlisted the help of ESPN and created this high quality parody of the sports networks’ 30 for 30 series for a recap of The Karate Kid.
“Journey into the mind of a director who’s constantly journeying into his own mind.” Screen Junkies takes on the staples of a Tim Burton movie, such as big spooky mansions, fat and rich villains, pale characters looking for acceptance, revenge or both, and much more.
(PG-13: Language) Screen Junkies pokes fun at this year’s Academy Award nominees and the controversies revolving the ceremony itself. Take your pick from movies with lessons that are obvious yet still unheeded. And Black Panther. Yes it deserves to be there, so stop it.
Nora Ephron’s 1998 film You’ve Got Mail is regarded as one of the best romantic comedies of the ’90s. But as Wisecrack points out, there’s more to the Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan flick than meets the eye, and it has more in common with Orwell’s 1984 than you’d think.
They Shoot It AND Edit It! Portland commercial production company Droptree pitches their services in a hilarious way – instead of a traditional showreel, they shot an infomercial packed with every cliché in the book. Be sure to check out their Angelfire website too.
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.
“‘Twas the night before Christmas, all through Mother Base, not a genome was stirring, not even Skullface.” Solid Snake voice actor David Hayter teams up with Liquid Snake voice actor Cam Clarke to read a Metal Gear-themed variant of A Visit from St. Nicholas.
(PG-13: Language) We’ve seen some pretty impressive skateboarding videos over the years, but it turns out that it’s not always about the skill of the boarder. Jeff Won Song and guys at Thrasher Magazine share a little behind the scenes footage of how it’s REALLY done.