(PG-13: Language) The year is 1982. Pro cycling has become “a hornet’s nest of moral depravity.” Andy Samberg leads a who’s who of celebrities in HBO’s mockumentary about the sport’s doping controversy. Also starring Maya Rudolph, John Cena, Will Forte, and uhm…
While the original Alien was the scariest of the franchise, Aliens was the most thrilling, thanks in large part to director James Cameron. Like a good celebrity roast, Screen Junkies is here to tear down what is still one of our favorite sequels of all time. Game over man. Game over.
“We are stormtroopers. You know what we do best? We die.” Three stormtroopers are in the middle of a battle when one of them sees Darth Vader enter the fray. He geeks out and insists that they all come up to him in this short but sweet fan film. Captions available.
Bleacher Report’s Game of Thrones-meets-NBA parody cartoons reaches the height of savagery in its latest episode. Watch as the Brooklyn Nets, the Orlando Magic, and the Toronto Raptors tackle the trade deadline. Mario Hezonja’s probably lawyering up right now.
Pallette-Swap Ninja is celebrating the upcoming May the Fourth holiday in the best possible way, by releasing a free album comprised entirely of Star Wars parody songs, all done to the tune of songs from the Beatles’ famed record Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Bad Lip Reading not only made us laugh our asses off with their take on Episode VII, they managed to get Mark Hamill himself to play the voice of Han Solo. Admiral Ackbar made us spit out our coffee, and “I like monkeeeee… You’re the monkey” is the new “I love you. I know.”
(PG-13: Language) CollegeHumor roasts the trend of Facebook pages who freeboot videos, then wrap them in text which attempts to explain what’s going on. We understand that Facebook gives bonus points to anything that nabs video views, but damn, it’s annoying.
(PG-13) “We’re going to use Snapchat in 12 easy steps!” SquirrelMonkeyCom resumes its Wonders of the World Wide Web parody series, this time to imagine what it would be like if Snapchat launched in the late ’90s. Some of it is exaggerated, but the struggle was indeed real.
Comedian Justin Cousson is sick and tired of cleaning up after his roommate. So he decided to shame his messy friend in a refined yet humorous manner, portraying his roommate’s destruction as art. We should just use a giant “mixed media” tag as our welcome mat.
(PG-13: Language) “It’s the first ever Chevy Cruze hatchback.” “I hope it’s the last.” Mahk of Zebra Corner continues his one-man crusade against Chevrolet’s car ads that feature some of the most easily impressed people on Earth. It’s like they’ve only seen cars in junkyards.
It’s cash in time! On the eve of the new Power Rangers film, Screen Junkies takes a look at the 1995 movie adaptation of the TV series. It’s a hilarious reminder that the show is about two cool things – helmets and giant robots – buried in hot garbage.