Review of The Holdovers Alexander Payne’s films have always been known for their biting satirical commentary and unmatched comedic timing. Now he’s bringing a handful of heart home for the holidays to mesmerize audiences with The Holderovers. Set against a Wintery New England backdrop in the 1970s, The Holdovers follows the story of a cynical …
Season 2 of Netflix’s Human Resources has just concluded its run with its second and final season- but it didn’t go away without a celebration. Featuring the immaculate voice talents of Aidy Bryant, Randall Park, Keke Palmer, Maya Rudolph, Nick Kroll, and many more as well as some fresh voices to liven up the season, …
Humorous pop-punk band The Tracy’s are back with a late 90s video tape-inspired music video and a ridiculously fun track to back it. “A Soviet Mistake” implements instrumentations from the likes of Blink-182 and the lyrics of a Weezer song, culminating in a wildly entertaining music video/song combo. Telling the true story of Russian spy …
(PCM) We are nearly certain that many, if not all, of you reading this have been “rickrolled” at one point in time, especially if you have spent any time at all on surfing the internet within the last ten years. So, what exactly does it mean to be “rickrolled”? Just how did this ridiculous internet… Read More
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(PCM) Parents who were shopping at the Pak n’ Save grocery store in New Zealand are freaking out because they mistakenly fed their children dog treats and are now blaming it on the packaging and store placement. The parents, who were obviously in a hurry, ended up grabbing a box of Scooby Snacks, which are […]
(PCM) Talk about stealing the show! The internet absolutely can’t get enough of a sassy sign language interpreter who was signing for hearing impaired fans during rapper Snoop Dogg’s performance at the New Orlean’s Jazz and Heritage Festival. Seriously, this woman is awesome! The woman’s name is Holly Maniatty and she did way more than just […]
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(PCM) Viral ‘promposal’ videos have become all the range these days with teens coming up with unique and clever ways to ask their crushes to be their dates for the prom. One New Jersey teen took things to an entirely new level by being delivered to her junior prom inside of coffin which was housed […]
(PCM) If you’re in the need for a good wholesome laugh to usher in the beginning of the end of the week, look no further than Cut’s video of three sweet grandmothers all smoking marijuana for the first time and …
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(PCM) Price Is Right contestant Eliot managed to pull off a feat during his recent appearance on The Price Is Right that few have been able to accomplish.
While spinning the famous wheel, Eliot landed on the $1.00 space not …
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(PCM) The king of song parodies has struck again with his latest single “Word Crimes,” a parody of Robin Thicke’s 2013 summer anthem “Blurred Lines.”
Weird Al debuted “Word Crimes” yesterday as the second of eight videos that he is releasing over eight days in promotion for his newly released album Mandatory Fun, the musician’s fourteenth studio album.
“Word Crimes” parodies Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” song and video, which you’re probably already very familiar with if you were alive and conscious during the summer of 2013.
“Blurred Lines” was inescapable; the song was on every radio station and music video channel, leading it to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 and on to become the longest running number one single of 2013 and the … Read More…
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