Oh, man. This is so Australian. Like, really Australian. I couldn’t understand the first half of this. I, uh, not sure what happened. But since it’s a Star Wars movie, I got the gist of it. But, man, it’s so Australian.
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I’m glad that they made some of the zombies talk. Best possible course for this bit. That and the Broadway tune at the end. That’ll be a hit one day.
SOME SPOILERS (I think, I don’t have any context)
If it weren’t for all the killing, incest, and biting political intrigue, this would work. But you remove all that and you have a bad Merlin clone. Lets do none of that and keep Game of Thrones the way it is.
Oh, Gritty Reboot. You have gone beyond innocuous subject matter and have journeyed into the absurd. This barely makes sense as a reboot, let alone the movie they want you to believe could be made. Most of those heroes are dead, they didn’t really talk about that. It’s awkward.
I can only describe this thing as weird. It is weird. I also don’t understand Supernatural fans. Sure, it’s good, but I wouldn’t say it’s the greatest thing in the world. The only reason I have even seen episodes is because it got syndicated at 8:00 in the morning and used to be the only thing on. It is no longer in that time slot so I am no longer watching. Wait a minute, this video hardly has anything to do with Morrigan. Argh.
How It Should Have Ended strikes again. I pretty much agree with all of this. That poor knight.
May the 4th will have to compete with Free Comic Book Day this year. Can’t tell if that will make it more present and popular or not, but Facebook is going to be covered in pictures trying to make a clever pun. Not even an official holiday, you may see more Star Wars cosplay than you expected, especially if you participate in Free Comic Book Day.
Unfortunately, with LEGOs need to sell only “family friendly” franchises, a game about a LEGO Walter White cooking LEGO methamphetamines will probably never be a reality. But we can dream, so here’s what that might look like. It’s pretty dang accurate, although the opening sequence only has one character, and LEGO games never do that. They should have had Walter Jr following him around in the front yard, until he got in his car and left. And it’s got talking LEGOs, which, bad enough the real games do that, do the fan versions have to follow that terrible lead? Pantomime that shit!
Still, a noble effort, all around. If LEGO ever gets around to creating a spin-off company to sell to adults, which they should totally do Telltale Games should hire this guy right away.
There are a lot of Assassin’s Creed game coming out. This parody video really brings home the silliness of our expectations for these games now. I really want the third one this video.
I think one of the major reasons that supervillains exist is that they can’t get dates, or their dates die and and can’t cope with it. Would speed dating help? Not if this is how they act.