Sep 162016

Bobby Burns and Dustin McLean from CineFix have gotten Monty Pythons „Holy Grail“ a new twist. If you cut the movie the right way and add some suspense score, you get a pretty damn good drama trailer. And thanks – now I have the urge to watch the original again.

„With the upcoming movie ‚King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ coming in 2017, we wondered if it might be better to just recut ‚Monty Python and the Holy Grail‘ as a crazy intense drama. So we did!“

via: Nerdcore

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Jul 252014
‘Single Ladies’ By Beyonce Performed As A Dramatic Monologue

Beyonce’s hit track Single Ladies is one catchy tune, but did you ever stop and listen to the actual words? To help viewers and listeners hear the real story of Single LadiesLittle BoBo teamed up with actress Nina Millin to perform Beyonce’s hit song in epic, dramatic monologue form.


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Dez 042013
What It’s Like To Work At A Suicide Hotline In Australia

This dramatic clip from the Australian documentary Suicide And Me: Opening Shot 2 has gone viral.

The short video, published online by Staple Fiction, showcases a social worker answering the call of a distressed girl at a suicide hotline. 

„It is hard not knowing what happened. But at least you know you’ve done the best you can.“ 


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Nov 152013
Super Mario And Luigi In Real Life

Gamer channel Polaris is trending after debuting their dramatic new series of video game characters in-real-life, The Four Players.

The series has started with four videos, each showcasing a Super Mario Brothers icon. 

Naturally, The Fixer, staring Super Mario, and The Addict, featuring Luigi, are going the most viral. 

The Fixer:



The Addict:


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Okt 142013
NSA Agents Choose Sides Over The Couple They Are Tracking Comedy Sketch

NSFW Language 

By now, the outrage over the fact that the NSA is spying on everyday Americans has died down. As expected.

It seems no one is really that worried they are being tracked when there is celebrity nonsense and a failing government to worry about. 

But NSA agents don’t need celebrity drama when they have the very real relationship excitement of ordinary people to watch and enjoy. 

This is demonstrated in The Second City Network’s new comedy sketch, You had me at NSA, where two NSA agents choose sides over the feuding couple they are following. 


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