Category Archives: Parody
Let’s ease into our lives this morning with a bit of fun parody video. The fine folks at Honest Trailers have done up Spider-Man: Far From Home. It was a fine movie, and it’s out on DVD! So let’s all enjoy its fineness.
Ah, that’s some good, quality content. More than enough to sustain my need for entertainment on this fine Monday. But I’m off from work, got no responsibilities and I think I’ll go play some video games and relax. You all have a good day.
I don’t watch Saturday Night Live, haven’t for at least a decade. But like most comedy these days, a lot of it shows up on YouTube the next morning. Such is life. Which is where I watched this funny Joker parody starring David Harbour as a gritty Oscar the Grouch!
That’s some good parody! I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.
It’s Joker time! I’m going to head out and see the movie after work today. As I’ve mentioned before, I’ve never really cared about the Joker as a character, so I’m not particularly excited for this film. But I’m hoping it’s good!
What’s definitely good is the 1960s Batman movie, starring the Joker! Honestly!
I was a huge fan of the original live action Batman TV show growing up. That was good, silly fun. I haven’t seen this movie in awhile, and I doubt it holds up by today’s standards, but it’s perfect fodder for Honest Trailers to take down a notch!
Also, Robin doesn’t suck!
I love a good Monday where I don’t have to do much work. I can just search the internet and save one of those fun parody videos on YouTube. Wherein people with more talent and drive than me make actual, original content.
This one is pretty funny. The other monsters laughing at Godzilla not being able to fly is the funniest this channel has been in possibly ever. Hats off to the fine folks at How It Should Have Ended!
Though at this point, does anybody even remember Godzilla: King of the Monsters? Pretty forgettable flick.
I enjoyed Godzilla: King of the Monsters in the theaters, but all these months later, it’s a pretty forgettable film. The monster fights were cool, but the human parts were boring as hell, and I can’t really recall anything from that movie — other than the cool Mothra twins reveal.
Whereas I have a lot of fond, badass memories of that first Godzilla in the reboot…
I’m just saying, people crap on that first Godzilla too much. The delayed gratification worked perfectly, exactly how it was meant to. But I suppose King of the Monsters is cool enough, with Honest Trailers nailing all the right points.
Next up is Godzilla vs. King Kong!