The totally improvised, 7 1/2 minute filibuster from an episode of NBC's Parks & Recreation last month, in which Patton Oswalt outlines his vision of Star Wars: Episode VII (with Marvel crossovers) could not possibly have been more perfect, could it? Well, yes, it could, actually ...
From the same demented minds that gave us The Avengers—on a Budget now comes the summer's next thriftily made blockbuster—The Amazing Spider-Man—on a Budget.
We're in the red zone for pre-E3 bullshit. A week before the show is usually when we get a dumptruck full of fakes, bogus retailer listings and LinkedIn resumes confirming everything but the return of the Dreamcast. This, however, is so bizarre I'm compelled to share it. Because someone may be having a little fun here.
How the brilliant "On a Budget" trailer series by Table 8 Productions doesn't have a million YouTube views is a mystery to me. Their latest get-together, "The Avengers (on a Budget)," is solid gold, showcasing all of the members of the comedy and filmmaking gang in superhero roles. Which is fitting, as they describe…
Proving that My Little Pony makes everything hilarious and StarCraft II makes everything awesome - at the same time - is this fantastic two-minute mashup that is simply not to be missed.
Click to viewNBA Jam is known for its zany catch phrases and Tim Kitzrow is best known as the zany announcer delivering them. Asylum got Kitzrow on the phone to deliver seven new lines they wrote. The result is 100 percent fan service.
'NBA Jam' Announcer Tests Jam-isms We'd Like to Hear [Asylum]
You thought Xbox Live was bad? "ChoZo" would like an F-word with you. Here's 10 minutes of hilarious rage that makes the Mel Gibson phone calls sound like Bob Ross on The Joy of Painting. Warning: Very strong, loud language.
Mercy. The hospital in Left 4 Dead's "No Mercy" campaign, and the name of a real one in Pittsburgh. And Louis, Zoey, Francis and Bill are sowing panic about its conditions, the access to medication, and patients you'll find there.