Funny Videos

Ryan Reynolds is the unofficial king of wit and smart-assery.  Making use of his exasperatingly charming and mischievous sarcastic humor, Reynolds joins Deadpool 2 cast mate Josh Brolin in a “Playground Insults” game for Scott Mills’ BBC Radio 1 program. No harm. No foul. Just an assault of amusing insults in jest… kinda like a Comedy Central Roasts but with good looking people.  (more…)

Rick and Morty Justin Roiland prank calls Joel Osteen megachurch

well, that is if you were expecting extreme awkwardness and… ok, it is really awkward.

So, without going to far into it, there is this thing called a MEGACHURCH and sadly it’s not a lame transformer, no it is a place run by a douche man named Joel Osteen that is currently under a flood of vinegar bad press for refusing to open his church to victims of Hurricane Harvey. So, the creator and star of TV’s Rick and Morty, Justin Roiland, used his guest spot on the H3H3productions podcast to prank the churches prayer line (in a voice not dissimilar from the booze fueled vitriol filled Rick Sanchez from the aforementioned cartoon.)

The result? Pure unrefined gold, and awkwardness. (more…)

It didn’t take Rick nine seasons after all for the creators of Rick and Morty nor did it take 97 more years: Dan Harmon and Justin Royland scored some for real and the Internet is abuzz with the news! It wasn’t just the co-creators either, the whole team behind the hit show got a chance to try some of the McDonald’s Teriyaki Szechuan Sauce made famous recently by the first episode in the third season (and the film Mulan it was used to promote all the way back in 1998). Not only did news of the tasting hit the web, they released a video of them trying it!

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Most out there have witnessed the critical tirade that is Honest Trailers. Brought to the world byScreen Junkies, this amusing series of YouTube videos takes the movies that we all know and love (and sometimes hate with a passion) and tear them into little pieces for all the stupid crap that the writers, producers and directors decided would make good cinema. And it appears as if the Screen Junkies crew has now achieved a milestone, what with this, their 200th episode. The parody series takes an honest look back at Hugh Jackman in FOX’s 2017 third and final solo Wolverine film, Logan. Oh, and they seek the help of Ryan Reynolds Deadpool to do it.   (more…)

There was a time that Dwayne Johnson became labelled as “franchise viagra”, for a couple of years there it seemed like the idea of adding this actor to your franchise would super-charged your returns, and made your movie series even bigger. It worked out for Fast and Furious, but maybe not so much for G.I. Joe and Journey 2. Regardless, Johnson remains one of the most bankable stars in Hollywood, and his busy film schedule is keeping him in demand from now till at least 2020. So on the one hand, the below video is utterly unbelievable because we know Johnson isn’t actively looking for work, but on the other hand… (more…)

It’s been stressful for this NerdBastard today (My dog had to have surgery) and sometimes we all just need something to brighten our day. Surprisingly, this mashup of Stanley Kramer‘s It’s A Mad Mad Mad Mad World and George Miller‘s Mad Mad: Fury Road is just the thing to shine a little light and humor where needed. Vimeo user Monkey Blood had created an incredible trailer that needs to be seen. (more…)

While there are some that come close – and Logan sure as hell is one of them – no movie is perfect and there will always be something for the internet’s creative types to make fun of. One of the latest cheeky tributes to nerd culture’s most popular releases is the newest video from How It Should Have Ended, which today took on the brutal and heart-wrenching R-rated masterpiece that was Logan. The video touches on the few points in the film that could’ve been improved to make for a more seamless and sensible plot and then goes on to a wonderfully bizarre musical finish. (more…)

The new trailer for the remake of It hit the internet last week, and it immediately set a tone for overall creepiness. Of course, clowns are inherently creepy, and that’s long been a popular opinion before last fall’s media sensation of the creepy clown phenomenon. In other words, making a clown scary is easy, but what about a beloved character from children’s literature? One creative YouTuber has done just that by recasting Pennywise the clown with the titular character of the Dr Seuss classic The Cat in the Hat. Okay, so it’s Mike Myers as the Cat in the Hat, but still… (more…)