Here’s SciFI-themed cover parody of “All About That Bass” by Meghan Trainor performed by the ladies of Creature, written as a message to J.J. Abrams…
Here’s a short parody of horror films for a lazy Saturday…
Seasame Street takes a swipe at The Hunger Games: Catching Fire just in time for the film’s releease.
I know this is a fake trailer, but I’d totally watch this.
Here’s a well-done parody of Stars Wars done in the style of an old-school Ninetndo 64 game.
You’ve gotta give credit to these folks for turning Daft Punk’s new single “Get Lucky” into an Avengers parody. Well, you don’t have to, but it’s hard not to…
Almost exactly two years ago singer-songwriter Gotye released his soon-to-go-viral music video “Somebody That I Used To Know”. As you might expect, the parodies soon followed. And what better to parody than Game of Thrones? Below you’ll see the video from Not Literally as the sing about all the characters they used to know in season 1. I wonder what they’ll be singing about for season 3…
Just when you think that every combination of mashup has been done before, here comes School of Thrones, a send-up of Game of Thrones that recasts the HBO series sin the mold of a teen school drama…
My Damn Channels is hosting a hilarious superhero parody web series called Save the Supers, the first three episodes of which are strung together here for your viewing pleasure.
After the jump:
- Episode #1 – “The Super Force vs. The Bottom Line”
- Episode #2 – “The Super Force vs. Downsizing”
- Episode #3 – “The Super Force vs. Cat-Astrophe”
As Star Wars parodies go, this one is pretty good…
The only thing I don’t like about this parody of Gotye’s song “Somebody That I Used to Know” used as a vehicle for mocking Star Wars and George Lucas…is the suggestion of a naked George Lucas. That’ll take some time to get over. Other than that, though…pure awesomeness.
Watch it after the jump…
I think this Claymation masterpiece speaks for itself.
[via Geeks of Doom]
Here’s a hilarious parody, Doctor Who – The Curse Of Fatal Death, which features Rowan Atkinson, Jonathan Pryce, Julia Sawalha, Richard E. Grant, Jim Broadbent, Hugh Grant, and Joanna Lumley.
And, because YouTube’s playlist autoplay seems to be fubar, Part 2 appears here after the jump…