THE BEST Parodies

World’s Fastest Banjo Player

World’s Fastest Banjo Player

Musician and actor Kurt Quinn attempts to set a record as the fastest banjo player on Earth. But unlike other speedy musicians who break out Flight of the Bumblebee, Kurt has something a little different up his short sleeves.

IT in the Hat

IT in the Hat

Dr. Seuss takes the place of Stephen King as the author in But Without’s remix of the trailer from IT, which replaces the creepy clown with an equally creepy Cat in the Hat. It’s no coincidence that the cat was played by a guy named Michael Myers.

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Muffler Bearings

Muffler Bearings

“You can see this bearing allows more exhaust flow…” Auto enthusiast ChrisFix loves April Fools’ and puts in a lot of work to come up with prank videos. So bring out your Soapy Wooder and high-temperature Elbow Grease – it’s time install some muffler bearings.

Snapchat in the ’90s

Snapchat in the ’90s

(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.

Passive-Aggressive Art Gallery

Passive-Aggressive Art Gallery

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.

Watching TV is Work

Watching TV is Work

(PG-13: Language) “Good god, you’re still watching The Walking Dead! That isn’t even essential viewing!” CollegeHumor pokes fun at one of the most time-consuming rituals of adult life: watching TV shows so you can remain cool and up-to-date.

Chevy Cruze Meets a Real Person 3

Chevy Cruze Meets a Real Person 3

(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.

Mean Bean (Trailer 2)

Mean Bean (Trailer 2)

(PG-13: Language) Things get even darker as John Loberger follows up his hilarious parody trailer for a creepy Mr. Bean psychological thriller. This time, it’s personal, and Bean’s not taking any prisoners.

Honest Power Rangers Movie Trailer

Honest Power Rangers Movie Trailer

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.

Supa Hot Fire vs. You

Supa Hot Fire vs. You

(PG-13: Language) “You a victim. Yesterday I put ketchup on my fries. Today? Today I dipped ’em.” OOOOHHHH He Who Is Not A Rapper is back. And this time he’s comin’ for you. Don’t bother practicing your bars and flows. You lose as soon as you press play.

The Most Unsatisfying Video

The Most Unsatisfying Video

Wunder Tüten presents a compilation of horribly unfulfilling moments which will have you on edge in the same way that fingernails across a chalkboard effect most of us. Get ready to be disappointed. You’ve been warned.

Droids in the News

Droids in the News

“My apologies. Most apologetic.” Jack of all Genius spoofs the viral BBC clip of the kids crashing a live news segment. This time it’s R2-D2 and BB-8 interrupting Darth Vader’s commentary. Be careful not to choke on your crisps, children.

Chevy Cruze Meets a Real Person 2

Chevy Cruze Meets a Real Person 2

“I don’t know why you guys keep inviting me.” Since Chevrolet won’t stop making those “real people” ads, Zebra Corner is back with another biting parody. This time his real person alter ego wonders what Chevy’s “initial quality” awards even mean.

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Mean Bean

Mean Bean

You might think that Mr. Bean is just a bumbling idiot, but John Loberger’s hilariously warped recut trailer makes him look like a deranged psychopath instead. Like other killers, we’re calling him by his full name from now on, Barnes Quentin Tarquin Farnham Bean.

How Beauty & the Beast Should’ve Ended

How Beauty & the Beast Should’ve Ended

“Candles and clocks sing and twirl, let their master’s plan unfurl. The accessories are accessories to kidnapping a girl.” How It Should Have Ended shows us a couple of understandable ways that Beauty and the Beast could have played out.

Logan Trailer Spoof

Logan Trailer Spoof

What if Homer was Australian? And had adamantium claws? You’d get ArtSpear Entertainment’s parody of the latest Wolverine film. Starring a progressively drunker Logan and an X-23 who’s looking for a father figure but would be more stoked to meet Cyclops.

SNL: Olive Garden

SNL: Olive Garden

“The people act like they’ve never seen a restaurant… or eaten food before.” SNL pokes fun at the over-the-top expressions seen on the faces of happy customers in commercials for family restaurant chains, as a group of actors are given direction for their reaction shots.

In English Please

In English Please

Agent Sparxx is the black ops team’s field operative. He’s the shoot ’em up guy. The run and gun son. The bang bang boy. So forgive him if he needs a montage before he can understand the resident computer expert’s technobabble.

Tips about Taxes

Tips about Taxes

(PG-13: Language) “…don’t worry. You’re not gonna be audited. Because come on. Audited? You? No. “ It’s almost time for one of the great adult rituals: filing taxes. It’s complicated, depressing and archaic. CollegeHumor is here to make things worse.

How Rogue One Should’ve Ended

How Rogue One Should’ve Ended

“Save the rebellion, save the dream! Oh, and save your message!” Galen gives Bodhi the blueprints instead of just his Hallmark hologram, everyone shoots first and asks questions later, and Vader is still badass in HISHE’s Rogue One: A Star Wars Story parody.

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Honest Cereal Commercial

Honest Cereal Commercial

“Well, I wouldn’t say it’s good, but I would say it’s effective.” Cracked and Roger are back to ruin yet another thing that makes us happy. Breakfast cereals are addicting carb flakes made from American tradition, sugar and market research.

How to Get Offended

How to Get Offended

“I’m offended that you don’t know how you offended me.” In the latest episode of his How to Be Ultra Spiritual series, JP Sears shows us how to be indignant and offended by even the smallest things. We’re offended that you haven’t hit the play button yet.

Aerobic Romance

Aerobic Romance

Humor has always been a part of YouTuber TRONICBOX ’80s remixes. But for this cut of Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance he couldn’t resist making it all about fun, thanks to the bottomless comedy gold mine that is the Crystal Light Aerobics Championship.

The NBA’s Best Actor Award

The NBA’s Best Actor Award

While not as notorious as soccer, basketball has its fair share of floppers. So on the eve of the Academy Awards, Cycle whipped up this polished parody of the Oscars to present its nominees for the NBA’s best actor. We hope they make an extended version.

McDonald’s: Coffee Shops

McDonald’s: Coffee Shops

The overabundance of coffee shops have forced owners to come up with various twists and gimmicks to differentiate themselves, from odd flavors to quirky furniture. But sometimes they take things too far. Maybe not as far as McDonald’s UK’s parody though.

Thr33way the Boy Band

Thr33way the Boy Band

The Late Late Show host James Corden and his friends Jordan Peele and Nick Kroll revealed that they had a boy band called Thr33way. They covered the songs of other boy bands except they got straight to the point. No Yes, yes, regrets.

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