Rob Riggle's Freakouts Now A Thumping Dance Track

It was only a matter of time before the professional screamer wound up in da clubs. Love Rob Riggle's NTSF:SD:SVU freakouts but having a hard time choosing a favorite? This remix rounds up the best for your indecisive ass.

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This show really raises to bar for acronyms in titles. Almost too high. What Children's Hospital did to medical dramas, it appears NTSF:SD:SUV will do to police dramas such as Law & Order, CSI, and 24. Originally a bumper parody from Children's Hospital, NTSF quickly spun off into its very own 15 minute series, getting disproportionately big names like Martin Starr, Adam Scott in a wheelchair, Rebecca Romijn, Jeff Goldblum, Rob Riggle, Wilmer Valderrama, Kate Mulgrew, and Ed Helms, all of whom seem to have no problem putting their images aside in the name of jackassery. There's no shortage of awesome moments in this trailer, but if I had to pick a favorite one, it would certainly be the guinea pig exploding at the :40 mark. Also, a beached dolphin gets punched. Like the bastard he probably is.


In This 'Pound Of Flesh' Clip, JCVD Tracks Down The People Who Stole His Organs

An organ-less Jean-Claude Van Damme taking to the streets is terrifying. Do you like Jean-Claude Van Damme? Nevermind. Just keep reading regardless of how you would have answered this. He's stepping out in a new, slightly less self-aware film called Pound of Flesh, in which the Belgian action star wakes up in the familiar tub full of ice, only to discover his kidney has been jacked. There's a wrinkle to this otherwise run-of-the-mill organ theft story: HIS DYING NIECE NEEDS THAT KIDNEY! They pissed off the wrong aging Belgian action star this time. Maybe he could just go down this route: (THR)


The "Ghost Dad" Horror Trailer Just Got a Lot Scarier

The idea of a supernatural Cosby haunting your family is nightmare material. Around Halloween, our dear friend Todd Spence released a recut trailer for Ghost Dad, showing us what the 1990 stinker would be like as a horror film. And now that Bill Cosby has become America's Greatest Monster, it's way scarier. I mean, it's still pretty funny, but damn...the idea of a supernatural Cosby haunting your family is nightmare material. Give it a look if you missed it the first time around.


Magicians Rob Banks In Dorkiest Way Possible In 'Now You See Me' Trailer

On the one hand, pretty cool. On the other, it necessitates wearing a top hat. Critics of the Occupy Wall Street movement have lambasted the group for their lack of organization, clear-set goals, and now, magic. Now You See Me follows a group of snazzy dressed magicians who seemingly teleport into banks and blink out with all of the money. Jesse Eisenberg mixes his Marc Zuckerberg with David Copperfield while joined by Woody Harrelson, who stops preaching the magic of hemp long enough to convince us of the power of actual magic. However, I think the real magic here is the silky tones of Morgan Freeman. He even made the magic loom from Wanted seem believable.


Zombie Acting Tips with Rob Corddry

Zombie action is all the rage these days, and this week Hal was lucky enough to sit down with the cast of the new zombie comedy Warm Bodies, to talk about zombies and how Rob Corddry may be the Daniel Day-Lewis of zombie acting.... until Daniel Day-Lewis tries zombie acting. Thanks to cast and crew of #WarmBodies - Tweet the video! http-// A funny new twist on a classic story, WARM BODIES is a poignant tale about the power of human connection. After a zombie epidemic, R (a highly unusual zombie) encounters Julie (a human survivor), and rescues her from a zombie attack. Julie sees that R is different from the other zombies, and as the two form a special relationship in their struggle for survival, R becomes increasingly more human -- setting off an exciting, and often comical chain of events that begins to transform the other zombies and maybe even the whole lifeless world. In theaters February 1. Official Site- http-// YouTube- http-// Facebook- https-// Twitter- https-// Tumblr- http-// Pinterest- http-// Instagram- http-// Spotify- http-// Don't forget- We upload new episodes of SJS every Thursday! As well as upload new Honest Trailers every other Tuesday! So make sure to- SUBSCRIBE! Got a tip? Email us at- Friend us on Facebook = http-// Follow us on Twitter = http-// ScreenJunkies Show Hosted by Hal Rudnick - Series Created & Directed by Andy Signore & Brett Weiner Zombie Acting Tips with Rob Corddry- Starring Rob Corddry, Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, Dave Franco and Analeigh Tipton Directed by Jonathan Levine Written by Jonathan Levine, Rob Corddry, Hal Rudnick, Andy Signore & Brett Weiner Produced by Gabe Michael Executive Producer Mitch Rotter Edited by Dan Murrell Director of Photography Alex Rodriguez


‘Little Fockers’ Trailer — Hoffman Remix

The filmmakers behind Little Fockers decided to stop focking around with Dustin Hoffman's money. Thus, we have this new Little Fockers trailer - Dustin Hoffman Edition. The filmmakers behind Little Fockers decided to stop focking around with Dustin Hoffman's money. Thus, we have this new Little Fockers trailer - Dustin Hoffman Edition. Not that much has changed since we watched the last trailer through our face-palms. Ben Stiller still sprays blood all over Thanksgiving dinner, and Bobby D. still takes a hypodermic needle to his sopressata. What's new this time is Owen Wilson Spock-pinching a toddler, and Dustin Hoffman showing up for his paycheck. Between the penis humor and getting covered in Dustin Hoffman kisses, I don't know what De Niro is thinking. Doesn't he realize that Martin Scorsese might see this?