A lot of stuff happened this fall, including a complete computer meltdown situation. But I am happy, healthy (now,) safe, and can’t complain. So while I dust once again and find the candy cane ornaments, enjoy this violent but funny video from College Humor called Batman vs. Penguin and guest starring Patton Oswalt:
Following the movie trailers, I’ve been waiting a couple of years for the film Paul, the latest affectionate spoof from Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, after Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, and in the last few days leading up to the wider North American release, the boys are doing their best promos to entertain us. Here is one they did for College Humor, and it’s a pip. Make that sophisticated beeps and whistles.
Filed under Humor, Movies/TV
What? It could happen.
“It is always to be taken for granted, that those who oppose an equality of rights never mean the exclusion should take place on themselves.” — Thomas Paine
College Humor explains How UPS Deliveries Actually Work:
“Some of the loudest, most proudly ignorant guessing in the world is going on in Washington today. Our leaders are sick of all the solid information that has been dumped on humanity by research and scholarship and investigative reporting. They think that the whole country is sick of it, and they could be right. It isn’t the gold standard that they want to put us back on. They want us on something even more basic. They want to put us back on the snake-oil standard.” – Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
College Humor also shows what would happen If Movie Characters Had the Internet:
“The world bursts at the seams with people ready to tell you you’re not good enough. On occasion, some may be correct. But do not do their work for them. Seek any job; ask anyone out; pursue any goal. Don’t take it personally when they say ‘no’ – they may not be smart enough to say ‘yes’.” – Keith Olbermann
Isaiah Mustafa returns to remind us that both himself and Old Spice are awesome in I’m Back:
“I can’t understand why people are frightened of new ideas. I’m frightened of the old ones.” — John Cage
But seriously, hey, we came up with it all on our own, right off the bat:
We are a Buffy/Angel household. Which is why when we heard that there were “And then Buffy Staked Edward. The End.” T-shirts (currently from Crooked Monkey,) we chuckled evily, even though we enjoyed the Twilight movies and my daughter has read some of the books. Even better than the T-shirt? This particular mash up video, which was nominated for a Webby Award:
And equally fun, College Humor’s dissection of vampire/slayer relations: