Harvard's 138-year-old humor publication The Harvard Lampoon has created the ultimate competitor for Clickhole with a new website launched yesterday called The Huffington Psst. The Huffington Post sendup makes the Lampoon's first all-online parody and is full of fake features, lists, videos, and news reports with great headlines like "Headline Writing A Thankless Job.. These Aren't Even Fact Checked.. Great Opportunity To Say Something Racist," "Leaked Clinton Nudes Announce Candidacy," and "Joint Pain? Try Standing Perfectly Still In A Neutral Position Always," to name a few.
"The fact that the team at the Harvard Lampoon chose to spend its summer vacation exploring the deepest intricacies [...]
Here's a fake trailer Funny or Die made for director Sofia Coppola's upcoming live-action take on The Little Mermaid, which is not only filled with nods to Coppola's past films but is most likely a very accurate look at what the real film will be like. How could a movie with this many cool indie bands be anything short of amazing?
Ever since Spike Jonze's Oscar-nominated movie Her, starring Joaquin Phoenix as a man who falls in love with a female artificially intelligent operating system, hit theaters last month, the internet has been jam-packed with parodies of the film. Most of them are called Him and feature a male operating system instead of a female one, and whoever had this simple idea first had probably better start suing everyone who made a similar video for plagiarism immediately.
Check out all the Her parodies called Him below:
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon has earned a lot of web views for parodies of Downton Abbey and Game of Thrones, and it looks like Breaking Bad is up next. The Late Night Tumblr released this promo image for the show's Breaking Bad parody. Entitled "Joking Bad," it'll feature Fallon as Walter White and announcer Steve Higgins as Jesse Pinkman. "Joking Bad" is set to premiere in September, assuming that the next few episodes of Breaking Bad don't totally ruin whatever they're planning.
Fools be in the bars unadvanced with a switch Uppercuts and fight kicks with Weird Al Yankovic -Coolio, "Throwdown 2000"
On a scale of pop music beefs from the last 25 years, Weird Al Yankovich v. Coolio would likely fall somewhere in the neighborhood of Morissette v. Coulier and Arrested Development v. Arrested Development. Which is to say, it wasn't much of a beef at all. To even label it a beef almost seems like an insult to the whole concept of beefs.
And yet, in the time it took for the two to formally and publicly reconcile their differences, The United States has seen 3 presidential [...]