Nov 142014
Benedict Cumberbatch Performs Celebrity Impressions In One Minute

While being interview on MTV, British actor Benedict Cumberbatch was challenged with the imitation game. The host wanted to see how many imitations Cumberbatch could perform in just sixty seconds. Benedict performed impressively, and now this clip has instantly gone viral with over half a million hits already!


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Sep 022013
Captain Kirk And Crew Of Enterprise Watch Miley Cyrus VMA Performance

The hoopla over Miley Cyrus and her VMA antics have come and pass. Or has it? 

Miley’s performance was first parodied last week in a Breaking Bad mash up where Hank And Marie Watched The Video Music Awards. That spoof video has reached over 2.7 million hits.

Now, before the 2013 VMA’s are all but forgotten, Aries Head Films put together this similar spoof in which Captain Kirk and the crew of the original Starship Enterprise watch the shocking performance.


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Aug 262013

As the Internet is so heavily populated with Generation Xers and Yers, complaints about the lack of music on MTV seems to have a permanent front seat online.

Popular puppet channel Glove and Boots is keeping the whining going with this parody news report concerning the lack of music on MTV. 


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Aug 012013

For those who missed it, Daria was the dark and cynical animated series on MTV that lasted from 97-2002 which focused on  Daria Morgendorffer and her experience in school.  

College Humor has reignited the spark in Daria fans with this new faux-trailer for a Daria movie starring Parks and Rec famous Aubrey Plaza.


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Nov 122012

Why doesn’t MTV play music videos anymore?‘ is the mantra of a all 80’s and 90’s kids. It’s been a complaint since the glorious 1990’s ended.

Thankfully, sketch comedy artists Brian and Maria finally tell the world the truth.

The only reason music videos took were ever produced back then was to sell CD’s and other related merchandise. Now that downloading, done legally or not, is the norm, why would any company waste money creating an expensive music videos to be played MTV?

The only music videos that are actually produced these days are packed with product placement–the only way to get the video funded in the first place–and are all available at the click of the mouse on YouTube and iTunes.

The question should be ‘Why would MTV play music videos anymore?’ …

Exactly. No reason.  

Now, why does MTV play crappy, fake, stupid reality TV shows all day? Because the viewers eat it up to feel superior. And it’s true, just look at the ratings. 

The video went viral over the weekend, amassing over 425,000 views, and appearing on popular sites like Mashable, UpRoxx, and TastefullyOffensive

YouTuber docarii put it best: “…I think this is going viral… …among people born before ’95… “


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