Nothing has divided the UK more in recent times than the EU referendum that has seen Britain set to leave the European Union.
In the aftermath the blame game has started, but satirist Jonathan Pie says in amongst insulting each other we’ve lost sight of the real villains—the Tories!
Taken from his upcoming mockumentary ‘Life on the Road’ which catches up with The Office’s David Brent 12 years after the original TV series.
In the movie Brent works as a travelling salesman of ‘cleaning and ladies’ personal hygiene products’ while trying to pursue his dream of pop stardom—and this is one of his cringe-worthy tracks.
YouTuber user exurb1a who trades in ‘Philosophy, theoretical physics, and dick jokes’ has made this post-Brexit animation about aliens visiting earth.
They come in peace but due to a misunderstanding things take a turn for the nuclear—it’s what happens when your translation technology is faulty.
YouTubers Darth Blender have created this fun mashup of clips from the season six of fantasy drama, Game of Thrones, and sound FX from the original Star Wars trilogy.
So we get Gregor Clegane with Darth Vader’s asthmatic breathing and Cersei Lannister walking along Emperor-like to The Imperial March. Winter has come to Kings Landing and so has the dark side of the Force.
You may have thought that Hitler Downfall meme was long gone but it’s been revived and you’ll be glad it has.
In this hilarious version of it we see Boris Johnson’s HQ as it descend into chaos and disbelief after the EU referendum result comes in.
The news would be nothing without its bloopers—well it would be an impeccably run operation, but who wants that?
Instead we would much rather see live TV go wrong and all the hilarity that goes with it—here’s what 2016 has had to offer so far.
CineFix’s Clint Cage takes a look over and gives a great analysis of five brilliant action scenes from some badass films which grip you from the get go.
The films he delves into are Mad Max: Fury Road, The Raid: Redemption, Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, and The Bourne Ultimatum.
When you get a new pet you may decide to get it from a shelter, a local breeder, a pet shop, or you may choose to buy it online through a classified ad site. That last option comes with risks that buyers might not be fully aware of.
International animal welfare organisation FOUR PAWS carried out research on 42 classified ad sites and found evidence of sites offering illegally imported puppies, banned breeds, and endangered and wild caught species.