With John C. Reilly as Gunther.
Poor, lonely Walter. All that time that he was the one who was knocking, it was in search of a friend.
JawZilla would also be a great rap name.
Santa’s hearing funny things out here. Funny things.
This episode was made for the Internet.
Yeah, baby! Yeah!!
Kids say the darndest things.
How can one shot be packed with so much drama?
It’s only a matter of time.
Bloody shark attacks seem so much less disturbing when set to upbeat music.
Action? Comedy? Zach Galifianakis? This could just be the greatest fake movie ever.
It was only a matter of time before someone took the score and dialogue from Duncan Jones’ 2009 sci-fi film ‘Moon’ and mashed it up with hip-hop beats and a lonely rapper.
Spencer Tracy plays Carl Fredricksen, complete with giant hipster old person glasses, in this expertly-done recreation of the ‘Up’ trailer story using live action film footage.
Somebody finally took the initiative and re-cast Darth Vader with Tommy Wiseau. Unlike Star Wars or The Room, the results are intentionally hilarious.
The end of the year is a time for reflection, personal growth, and new beginnings. It is also a time when every video editor from here to Bollywood feels compelled to cut together an emotionally-charged year-in-film mashup.
Excluded from this supercut: Any portion of the dialogue between Anakin and Padme in Attack of the Clones, the Ke$ha song “Blah Blah Blah,” the entirety of the movie Avatar, and everything Sylvester Stallone has ever said on film.
Amazing AC/DC vs Ghostbusters Mashup, 'Thunder Busters' – Watch more horror
It's entitled Thunder Busters and the songs go together almost too well. (LaughingSquid)
Have a go at these links.
Remembering Greg Giraldo (TVSquad)
How to Make a Living As a Human Lab Rat (Asylum)
10 Favorite Food Trucks in L.A. (Ranker)
25 Tongues (HolyTaco)
Armond White Hates HATES Bloggers (FilmDrunk)
50 Funniest News Headlines (Maxim)
Purse Snatch Fail (BarStoolSports)
6 Movies That Need a Porn Parody (EgoTV)
The History of Rap (Pajiba)
Law and Order SVU's Brilliant Portrayal of Gamers (Unreality)
9 Greatest College Fight Songs (TotalProSports)
Amazing Steampunk Animals (Smosh)
20 Japanese Models with Huge Chests (BroBible)
Taylor Swift Dresses Like a Pirate Hooker (CelebJihad)
Penn and Hughes are Bros now? (CagePotato)
Justin Timberlake Is Burnt Out on Music (PopEater)
You Can't Get Stabbed in This Shirt (MadeMan)
I realize that you've probably had it up to here **places hand above crotch** with Mel Gibson mashups, but a fellow who goes by the name Oliver Noble **places hand above crotch** edited one for FilmDrunk that's pretty damn funny. It imagines a world where Mel Gibson is a script doctor whose contribution to material on the cusp of greatness is adding felatio punch-ups. Some people get paid good money for such work, and here ol' Mel is spewing genius out for free. Let's secure the man a literary agent, and yesterday!
What if Cameron from Ferris Bueller's Day Off was insane, and Ferris was nothing more than a figment of his sick imagination? According to /Film, this question, known as the Ferris Bueller Fight Club Theory, has been plaguing the the Internet for over a year (I wouldn't know, since I just got online for the first time in March). But thanks to the fine people at Classy Hands, the question now has an answer. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Ferris Club, a re-edit of FBDO in the style of Fight Club. It's pretty spot on, except I didn't catch any shots of Principal Rooney, as played by Jeffery Jones. He's a sex offender, don't ya know. See Ferris Bueller channel Tyler Durden after the jump.
Leandro Braga, the man behind the Tarantino vs. Coen Brothers Mashup, is at it again, now pitting Stanley Kubrick and Martin Scorsese against one another. This visual feast for the eyes and brains and hearts took 25 days to complete and is comprised of footage from 34 of the directors' films. My favorite part is 2:25 in when Joe Pesci and Peter Sellers have a "funny" exchange. Good thing Pesci's not in stabbing distance.
YouTuber jkpyle posted this impressive mashup trailer, which runs Darren Aronofsky's The Wrestler through the grindhouse. What comes out is as bloody and chills-inducing as Randy "The Ram" Robinson's hand after he caught it in the deli slicer.