Comedy YouTube channel Auralnauts give the Star Wars saga a reworking in this very amusing parody of the mega-hit sci-fi franchise.
In it they hilariously imagine a what if where C-3PO becomes the antagonist of a campy science fiction movie from the 1980s.
Joey Thompson is a Los Angeles-based comedian and writer who also happens to look just like Ryan Gosling.
Which is fitting because in this parody trailer he creates a hilarious sequel to the 2011 movie Drive, this time the protagonist is an uber driver transporting around vomit-spewing passengers.
Disney’s buying of Lucasfilm hasn’t ruined the Star Wars franchise so far, as we all know the new movie was a vast improvement on the prequels.
But this fanmade trailer imagines what might happen if Disney/Pixar directed an X-Wing movie, but directed it on a bad day, like when they made Cars and Planes. Please never let this happen.
The Riben Collective have created a hilarious parody and tribute to Game of Thrones’ Jon Snow, who (spoilers) may or may not be dead.
To add an upbeat vibe to proceedings, the recap of Snow’s life is set to Third Eye Blind’s 1990s alt rock hit “Semi-Charmed Life.” And it’s very catchy indeed.
The Back to the Future trilogy has it’s 30th anniversary this year, and to celebrate Universal Pictures made an actual (but fake) trailer for the non-existent film Jaws 19.
In Back to the Future II when Marty goes to 2015 Jaws 19 is on at the cinema, but sadly there is no real Jaws 19 in 2015, just a mock trailer. Ah well.
This one’s going out to all the Yorkshire men and women! MC Devvo shows off his chav sensibitlies in this Birdman-style one-shot video.
While rapping about his lifestyle, we see him steal a postie’s bike, a car, a mobility scooter, and burgle a house—what a role model.
The Zelda series goes all spaghetti western (including an Ennio Morricone-inspired Ocarina theme) in this great re-imagining.
It sees gunslingers Link and Zelda take on outlaw Ganondorf in a great parody of the classic Nintendo game The Legend of Zelda, by Beat Down Boogie.
Cracked.com imagines a world where fast food commercials didn’t try and pretend their food was not riddled with transfats and sugar and salt.
And it’s a world that couldn’t possibly exists, not unless fast food companies wanted to put themselves out of business.