Entries Tagged as 'Celebs'

Saturday, January 31st, 2015

Key & Peele Make Up Some Hilarious Fake Football Names in ‘East/West Bowl 3 – Pro Edition’

You could be someone who absolutely detests football and dreads Superbowl Sunday every year, and you’ll still find this sketch from Key & Peele hilarious—because they come up with a series of ridiculous fake names, with some elaborate hairstyles to match.

Friday, January 30th, 2015

A Movie Montage Tribute to Some of the Best Sword Fights From the Silver Screen

If you’re wondering, yes lightsaber fights are included in this montage too, because they’re basically a futuristic sword—so relive and admire some of the best sword fights from movie history, from Kill Bill to Blade, Pirates of the Caribbean to Conan the Barbarian, nothing can beat the thrill of a well staged and choreographed sword [...]

Thursday, January 29th, 2015

President Obama Sings ‘Uptown Funk’ by Mark Ronson (ft. Bruno Mars)

The folks at Baracksdubs have turned Barack Obama into the next Voice of America, recutting the prez’s speeches into something that has a much broader appeal: a cover version of ‘Uptown Funk’ by Mark Ronson (ft. Bruno Mars)—and now that his State of the Union address is out the way, he can relax and [...]

Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

Watch Eminem’s New Music Video Featuring Detroit Rappers Celebrating The Motor City

If you’ve been following Eminem’s recent work, then you may’ve found it somewhat underwhelming. Not so with this track, “Detroit Vs. Everybody”, taken from the compilation album Shady XV, which featured songs released on Eminem’s label along with tracks by the rapper himself. This was one of the standout songs.

Thursday, January 22nd, 2015

Kevin Hart Plays a Gentrified Corner Boy in This Hilarious SNL Sketch

Three corner boys are hanging out, but something’s not right—and that something seems to be their topics of conversation. As Kenan Thompson, Kevin Hart, and Jay Pharoah’s characters discuss their lives, you realise they’re talking like a bunch of middle-class hipsters. Artisan mayonnaise? Paint parties?

Thursday, January 22nd, 2015

Raunchy Deleted Scene From ‘You’ve Got Mail’

You’ve Got Mail was a 1990s movie starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan that was pretty much just a remake of Sleepless in Seattle, but with email. It wasn’t really known for being sexy, raunchy or in any way interesting or entertaining, but all that changes when you look at this hot-under-the-collar “deleted scene” of [...]

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

Taken 4 Trailer Parody Starring Liam Neeson and Jimmy Kimmel

With the instant success of ‘Taken 3′ after it was recently released in cinemas, they’ve already made another one to cash in on the hype—well, Jimmy Kimmel’s released a parody trailer anyway. But it’s still pretty good, if not quite the length of a full feature film.

Saturday, January 17th, 2015

Bill Hicks – Positive Drug Story

Bill may be long gone, but it shows you how much society hasn’t evolved when it comes to recreational drugs that this sketch from his live show Revelations still rings as true today as it did back then. In fact the day we do hear a positive drugs story on the news, is the day [...]

Friday, January 16th, 2015

The Beyoncelogues: Beyonce Lyrics as Dramatic Monologue

While it might not be unusual for you to hear someone singing Beyonce lyrics, it’s not quite so often Queen Bee’s songs are turned into dramatic monologues though. Instead of sung the words are spoken in this clip and each song becomes a theatrical performance.

Wednesday, January 14th, 2015

Shia LaBeouf and Maddie Ziegler Cage-fighting Becomes a Musicless Musicvideo

Sia’s new music video for her track “Elastic Heart” caused quite a stir on the internet, thanks to Shia LaBeouf dance-fighting with 12-year-old Maddie Ziegler inside a giant bird cage. But put any controversy aside for this musicless musicvideo version by Mario Wienerroither, because it’s far too funny to ruffle any feathers.

Monday, January 12th, 2015

‘Pulpy Days’ – A Pulp Fiction/Happy Days Mashup

Pulp Fiction and Happy Days, for too long these two pieces of popular culture have been kept apart—well no more! Thanks to YouTuber Robert Jones they’ve been brought together as Jones mashes up the famous intro of Happy Days with shots from Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 classic.

Saturday, January 10th, 2015

If Wes Anderson Directed Pr0n

Wes Anderson’s a love or hate kind of director, who fills his movies with the same actors and stylistic tropes that are cinematic manna to his fans and pure celluloid hatred for his detractors. Still, fan or not you’ll find something to enjoy in this raunchy porn parody called The Grand Sausage Pizza.