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I recently came across this movie trailer for a “pretend” film called Cereal Killers and I just had to share it with you.

Get your spoons & bowls ready because this summer, Captain Crunch, Lucky the Leprechaun, and Trix Rabbit are teaming up to take down the Quaker, a psychotic health nut bent on global cereal domination. His evil plan is to take down all of the sugary cereals. General Mills meets with Captain Crunch to brief him on the news and in order to take Quaker down, he’s going to need the help of Lucky and Trix.

This summer, breakfast fights back and they’re going to do whatever it takes to take Quaker down. One of my favorite parts happens towards the end when Trix pulls a gun on one of Quaker’s troops. The soldier says, “You expect me to believe you actually put a bullet in there? It’s clearly a trick.” The rabbit responds, “Tricks are for kids.” LOL. Enjoy!

Video after the jump…

New Girl Parody Featuring A Senior Citizen Jess

In: Donovan, TV Shows

“Who’s that girl? (Who’s that girl?)” It’s not Jess (Zooey Deschanel) but rather Muriel Rosenberg. If you watch New Girl and wondered what the sitcom would be like without some hipster adorkable girl playing the lead, but rather a cranky senior citizen… wonder no more. New York sketch comedy group Paulilu produced a wonderfully charming parody of the hit FOX comedy with that very scenario.

Played by Helen Slayton-Hughes, the old version of Jess spews off age-appropriate pop culture references like silent film stars (Rudolph Valentino) or vintage mystery programs (Murder She Wrote). The Schmidt in the clip is bang-on with the mannerisms of original one on the show. Speaking of bang, the Schmidt in the Old Girl clip gets a bit of “schimdt” on a lucky girl’s face ;)

One of my favorite parts of the clip is when Muriel’s BFF Zelda who has bowel issues comes over. The visual of Zelda hurrying to the bathroom is hilarious. The funniest part of the clip is that I can actually see this being a sitcom. Quickly, network execs. Start working on development stat. Watch the Old Girl parody below.

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In a hilarious new video, the people at CollegeHumor tackle the hilariousness of Instagram in terms of what people post and what they have to say about it. As an Instagram user myself, I think they totally nailed it with this one (just as Ryan Steele did in his parody) and I can totally relate and laugh at some of the things I’ve posted, as well as things I’ve seen others post.

The tagline for the video is, “The pictures you want to remember. A song you want to forget.” The reason for that is because they lyrics to this video are set to the tune of Nickelback’s “Photograph” song. How appropriate, right?

One of my favorite parts of the video is when the guy sings, “Everyone look at my feet / Get jealous that I’m at the beach / Prob’ly knew I was going there / You saw my plane’s win in the air.” Seriously, I’ve done all of those things and saw a few people do it over the weekend in my Instagram feed. Enjoy the video below!

Watch the video after the jump…

A few days ago, the DC Gay Flag Football league did a parody of Gangnam Style, complete choreography, sexy guys, and their own modified lyrics. I hadn’t got around to sharing with you yet, but since Madonna just surprised fans at her New York concert with a performance with Psy, I thought why not kill two birds with one stone. Besides, Madonna + Gay Parody seems to go together anyway.

In Madonna’s performance of “Gangnam Style” with Psy, she does all the choreography with him and gets really into it, even getting down on her hangs & knees for Psy to faux ride her, as the choreography warrants. They even reversed it, with Madonna riding Psy as well!

Yes, I know… “Gangnam Style” just keeps happening everywhere and with Glee taking it on in an episode later this month, it doesn’t show any signs of slowing down any time soon. Check out the videos below.

Watch both the performance & parody after the jump

It was bound to happen and now it’s officially coming our way. The team that brought 2006 parody flick Date Movie is developing another comedic film, this time poking fun at The Hunger Games. Hilariously titled, The Starving Games, Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer will make jabs at Katniss Everdeen and company, but will also mock(ingjay LOL) The Avengers, Sherlock Holmes and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II. Production on the parody film will reportedly kick off this week in New Orleans.

As with the big screen adaptation of Suzanne Collins’ novel, the key to the film is finding the perfect person to portray the heroine lead. Jennifer Lawrence beat out a slew of actresses to play the part including Emma Roberts, Emily Browning, Shailene Woodley, Hailee Steinfeld and others. The Starving Games has found its own version of Katniss, aptly called Kantmiss Evershot. Find out who’s playing her and the spoof version of Liam Hemsworth’s Gale Hawthorne below.

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It’s been a while since we’ve seen a Charlie Hides parody where he pits Madonna, Lady Gaga, and Cher against each other, but today, we’ve got just the fix.

In this new parody, the divas reenact some memorable scenes from The Devil Wears Prada. This movie is up there with Mean Girls as one of those guilty pleasure movies I can watch over and over again. In the parody, Charlie’s version of Madonna plays the role of Miranda Priestly, famously played by Meryl Streep. Charlie’s Lady Gaga plays Andy, the role originally played by Anne Hathaway. Lastly, Cher plays the role of Emily, originally played by Emily Blunt.

When Stefani Germanotta interviews with Madonna for a job at Runway, both her and Cher are not too keen on how Madge treats them. Charlie’s Liza Minnelli makes an appearance as well. Enjoy the parody below!

Watch the video after the jump…

It took me a while but I’ve finally got into Breaking Bad. After the first few episodes, I was literally kicking myself in the butt for not watching it prior. It’s amazing. First of all, I am absolutely in love with Aaron Paul who up until last night’s Emmy win was probably one of the most underrated actors in Hollywood. Paired with the incredible Bryan Cranston, this unlikely but dynamic on-screen duo is anything but mediocre.

The two have this unique chemistry that has me coming back for every episode. The love/hate relationship and tension between the two is intoxicating. So, it’s no wonder that someone decided that it would be funny to play off their kinship. In this hilarious video trailer parody, clips from the hit AMC series are intercut with the music and titles from the famous film, Brokeback Mountain. Not surprisingly, the two mesh quite and kind of make you wish that the two of them did have a little more chemistry besides the formula for the meth. Check out BreakBad Mountain below.

Watch the hilarious mash-up of the two clips after the jump.

If there are still any doubters that believe PSY’s “Gangnam Style” isn’t a global phenomenon, here’s some hard proof. The Korean pop star has made the Guinness Book of World Records. What’s his record-breaking achievement? PSY’s highly-spoofed music video is now the “Most Liked Video on YouTube.”

“Having been the “have you seen this?!” video of the last two months across the web, it’s great to be able to award a record for this tremendously popular video. In years past it was unthinkable that something  would be viewed a hundred million times, and now “Gangnam Style” has achieved more than twice this figure in just 3 months on YouTube. PSY – your certificate is waiting here at our office, come pick it up any time!” – Guinness World Records Community Manager, Dan Barrett

With over 2,141,758 likes as of press time, “Gangnam Style” shatters previous record holder LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem” with 1,574,963. Maybe that’s why LMFAO broke up ;) Other top YouTube liked videos include Justin Bieber’s “Baby” and Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep” with 1,327,147 and 1,245,641 likes respectively. Bieber shouldn’t feel too bad dropping to third place, his “Baby” clip still holds the record for most viewed video online with 780,476,653 views.

PSY (real name: Park Jae-Sang) not only has conquered YouTube, but also iTunes as well by being the first South Korean to top the iTunes charts. It’s literally everywhere you go these days. You’re probably tired of all the spoofs, but I thought I’d include one featuring navy boys in their white uniforms invisible horse dancing. Who doesn’t like seeing hot guys? From their barracks, on boats to bathroom urinals, these sexy seaman show off their “Gangnam Style”. Check it out below.

check out hot navy boys invisible horse dance after the jump

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