If you’ve had the misfortune of seeing Michael Goi’s movie ‘Megan is Missing’ then you’ll know you wasted precious moments of your life that you will never get back – it’s a poor attempt at showing how the internet can be a dangerous place. The movie is basically one long faceplam and the acting hits a new low in ‘bad’, making it the perfect material for ‘Your Movie Sucks’ to come along and put it in its place. So save yourself an hour and a half of boredom and just watch this instead.
It’s Monday which, lately, means you can discuss spoilers for Game of Thrones on the internet for those that haven’t seen it yet—and if there’s one thing to make your grumpy, hungover self feel better on a Monday morning, it’s the schadenfreude derived from ruining someone else’s enjoyment of a TV show they love and wait in anticipation to see each week. You’ve got to take your pleasure where you can on a Monday—but before you do that, check out the links below.
- Mini Masters – Crazy Golf – It’s just like golf, but crazier.
- Student Pretends To Be Professor – The receding hairline does it.
- 30 Songs In One Minute – What a show off.
- If Disney Made Breaking Bad – Bitch, this is fricking amazing.
- KFC Capitalize on Game of Thrones – Sex, dragons and fried chicken.
- The New Justin Bieber – Cancer in musical form.
- Graham Norton Pranks Emma Stone – Hmm, so she’s a Spice Girls fan.
- Music Festival Swamp Donkey – Just what is she doing to that tent?
- We Are Old – Elderly Italians bust moves to Pharrell’s ‘Happy’.
- Formula 1 Pit Stops: 1950 & Today – F1’s got a LOT faster.
- Cameron Diaz: What’s Wrong with Having Multiple Partners? – Nothing wrong with that, Cameron.
Call it an art film, call it a fashion film, call it whatever you damn well want, but you’ll find yourself gripped over the next few minutes of your life — gripped by its deft use of lighting and the precise and inventive angles of the camera and the craftmanship with which it’s been shot. And, of course, the models. Let’s not forget them.
Yo bro! That was a sick edit dude! These are the words you might hear if you too knew how to make a sick mountain bike edit. An edit that would spread over the internet like wild viral fire and show off your friend’s mountain bike skills and your own sick, sick editing badassness.
You might be watching Neil deGrasse Tyson on his show Cosmos and wondering why there isn’t more talk of why science is fake. Well, Funny or Die are here to fill that hole with Creationist Cosmos which aims to debunk all that silly science nonsense.
The ancient art of Tai Chi, where the simplest of movements can cause your opponent the gravest of injuries. It’s a discipline not to be smirked at, only respected — even just watching this video might cause you physical harm, such is the power of the practitioners being filmed. Just don’t drift off to sleep.
Memory cards, they’re robots in disguise! At least, they are in this video which shows a microSD card that doesn’t just store endless photos of your cat, but instead it’s a tiny robot with a jet pack that can run, fly, swim, battle magnets, is impervious to X-rays, can bust through walls like they were made of paper AND has a parachute. Surely it deserves its own Michael Bay movie?
Don’t listen to all the naysayers who say that drones are bad and stuff, because drones are awesome—and they’re awesome because they’ll become our slaves who will do what we command of them, like carrying out important tasks such as taking a selfie…..and stalking your ex-girlfriend.
OK, let’s journey back to 1994, it’s summertime and you’ve just got your hands on The Breeders track “Saints”, you’ve got your ripped jeans on, a scruffy hole-ridden t-shirt and your hair looks like it hasn’t been washed in months. But nothing matters because “summer is ready when you are” and you’ve got this cranked up as loud as it’ll go.
I Thought I’d Had Enough Of Upworthy Headlines, But This Parody Headline Generator Changed Everything
Like a lot of people, you were probably caught up in the hype and ended up liking Upworthy on Facebook. Several months later their ceaseless fart of clickbait headlines that lead through to insubstantial articles made from the written equivalent of hot air, are now the bane of our newsfeeds.
The recent episode of the PBS Off Book series looks at those dastardly machines that’ll rise up and overthrow us so that we have to send someone back in time to impregnate a woman from the 80s who will eventually give birth to our savior and then who knows what’ll happen. We’ll have to wait for Terminator 5 to find out. In the mean time, watch this and fear for humanity.
The most sweary film in the history of sweary films gets the honest treatment from the guys over at Screen Junkies—and they happily revel in the fact that it has a lot of x-rated language in it, along with x-rated scenes of debauchery and Jonah Hill’s schlong. Which people really didn’t need to see.
Those free to play app games can be highly addictive—the sort of thing that consumes your life and makes sure your wife leaves you and you end up in squalor. But this clever guy has figured out a way to avoid such a terrible fate, by creating a machine from Lego and Arduino which plays the game, Jurassic Park Builder, for him.
The Parks & Recreation actor Aubrey Plaza looks into the dastardly side of Ring Pop, those popular fruit flavored lollipops that look like a giant diamond ring. Popular in the 1980s and 90s, the video reveals that, while they may seem like innocent fun, they were harboring darkness. Oh the darkness!
The giant squid, a majestic and beautiful creature – or as a monster? it’s long captured the imaginations of people, since way back when we were kids and saw the 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea film with Kirk Douglas, and James Mason as Captain Nemo—OK, sure, it might’ve interested a few people before then too.
Chris Turner may look like he’s a nerd who couldn’t rap for shit, but just wait until you see him in action. Taking suggestions from the crowd for subjects to use—the more unfunny they are the better—he then proceeds to make a rap from these disparate elements.
Do you know your Memphis Jookin from your East Coast Swing? Of course you don’t, but you’ll be a lot wiser of what moves you’re unable to bust on the dancefloor after watching this A to Z of dance from director Jacob Sutton, who’s captured some of the best dancers in the world shaking their moneymakers atop the roofs and on the streets of LA.
As dumb ideas go, this is up there with the best. Two girls realised they’d never punched anybody and also that they might, just might, look good with a black eye. So what’s their bright idea? To punch each other in the face and see how that works out. No idiots were harmed in the making of this. OK, maybe just two idiots were harmed in the making of this.