Entries Tagged as 'TV'

Sunday, October 23rd, 2016

IMDb’s No Small Parts Looks at Walking Dead’s Melissa McBride

The Walking Dead’s character Carol Peletier has been one of the most intriguing on the show. Starting out as a timid and bullied wife she rose to become a hardass zombie slayer who wasn’t afraid to take out the odd human too when the situation demanded it. Her story arc, which has now seen her [...]

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

Pogo Releases Tribute Song to Star Trek: TNG’s Data and Picard

Remix artist Pogo is famed for taking snippets and sounds from Disney movies and TV shows and turning them into melodious music. Now he’s paid tribute to Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Captain Jean-Luc Picard and Data in a musical medley that Worf would even enjoy.

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

Family Guy Mocks Trump’s Derogatory Comments About Women

Those lewd comments Donald Trump made about women on the Access Hollywood bus get a Family Guy spin as the animation mocks Trump’s derogatory remarks. The clip is taken from a recent episode which replayed the actual audio of the incident, but with the addition of Peter Griffin replying to Trump’s comments.

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

President Barack Obama Reveals the True Meaning of Star Trek

It’s no secret that the POTUS likes sci-fi and that he’s a full fledged Trekkie—he was also recently guest editor for WIRED magazine and as part of that he had a chat with WIRED editor in chief Scott Dadich and MIT Media Lab director Joi Ito where they discussed the original Star Trek series and [...]

Tuesday, October 4th, 2016

What Makes A Good TV Title Sequence?

It’s often said we’re living through a golden age of TV, one which stretched back to shows like The Sopranos and is still going strong now with Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, and the upcoming Westworld to name but a few. But as well as the shows it’s also been a golden age of [...]

Saturday, October 1st, 2016

How Many People Are Left Alive in The Walking Dead Universe?

If a zombie apocalypse happened it would no doubt ravage a significant amount of the global population, but how much? In this video YouTube channel SourceFedNERD tries to figure out how many people are left alive in TV series The Walking Dead. Using facts and clues from the show, and Fear the Walking Dead, they [...]

Wednesday, August 10th, 2016

Prop Wars Sees Geeky Battles With Sci-Fi TV & Movie Weapons

Sneaky Zebra have gone full-on nerd in their latest video Prop Wars: Prop Harder which sees three guys do battle with a huge variety of props from all the very best nerdy film and shows. If you’re a fan of sci-fi and fantasy you’re going to recognise a whole host of this arsenal and the [...]

Wednesday, July 13th, 2016

The Walking Deadpool—Walking Dead Recut in the Style of Deadpool Trailer

You might not immediately think that Deadpool and The Walking Dead go together well, but for some reason they do and this fan made trailer proves it. Both feature a lot of violence so they have that in common at least, and there’s plenty of gore on show in this, with Rick and the gang [...]

Thursday, June 23rd, 2016

Brilliant Mashup of ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Leeroy Jenkins’ Viral Video

If you haven’t been paying attention Game of Thrones recently aired its much-anticipated episode “Battle of the Bastards” where Jon Snow took on Ramsey Bolton. In a video titled ‘A Jon Snow’s tribute to Leeroy Jenkins’ YouTuber The Blind Editor hilariously mashes up the epic battle with the classic Leeroy Jenkins viral video.

Monday, April 18th, 2016

Incredibly Dangerous Sword-Swallowing Act from British Talent Show

Alexandr Magala is a a street performer from Moldova and in this video he shows off his sword-swallowing abilities, and will probably make you wince a fair few times too. Magala was performing on Simon Cowell’s show Britain’s Got Talent and decided on this death-defying act which had the judges hiding behind their hands.

Friday, April 15th, 2016

Parody Gameshow Asks Contestants To Guess Why Something is Trending

Sometimes, probably quite a lot, you probably find yourself on twitter looking at the trending bar and wondering why the heck something is trending. Well you’re not alone, in fact College Humor have created this great sketch featuring a parody gameshow called ‘Why is THIS Trending?!’ where contestants have to guess why something is gathering [...]

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

The First and Final Frames from Popular TV Shows

We’ve been living through a golden age of television shows which have captured the public’s imagination and changed the face of TV drama. They’ve been endlessly discussed and dissected but video essayist Celia Gómez does it all in a very succinct way by comparing the “first and final frames” of popular shows.