You may have set yourself as ‘going’ to one of many Facebook events that quite clearly a joke… Why have so many popped up out of nowhere?Read More
Does everything really need stories? According to Facebook, yes they do and Redditors have been busy mocking them by photoshopping 20 more ridiculous places that will now have stories.Read More
Harsh truth: Pizza Hut has tasted terrible for years. But they are on point when it comes to their parody about selfie sticks.Read More
When it comes to porn, it's fair to say the comment sections can be a source of hilarity. So when Alex Eylar decided to re-enact some of these comments in a more innocent context using Lego, the comedy value is drastically increased.Read More
YouTube filmmaker Sam Macaroni has put together a vision of what may be in for Star Wars Episode VII, now that Disney has bought the franchise, titled 'Return of the Empire.'
Opinion on the new owners of Star Wars has been split amongst fans of the film - some are elated at the prospect of another movie, whilst others are terrifed at the thought of what Disney might do to this much-loved epic.
Everything we think about Instagram users has now been voiced by photographer Grant Timothy McGuire in 'FML (Filter My Life),' a short film emphasising a wide consensus of pet hates towards the photo based social media app. He relentlessly digs towards amateur ‘photographers,’ incapable of taking good photos (or even photos that aren’t food or shoes from pretentious rich kids), resorting to masking them with filters.
After enduring heavy snow all winter, the mostly conscripted South Korean Air Force needed something to cheer them up. What better than a satire of Les Misérables?
Star Trek has always strived to boldly go where no man has gone before. Now, thanks to parody Twitter account @TrekandtheCity, it has reached the final frontier: the world of Sex and the City.Read More
PETA have released 'Pokemon Black and Blue:' another title in their line of parodies, which makes comparisons between the in-game fictional characters and real-world animal cruelty.
While the practicalities of being able to put a quantiative score on your social media influence extends far into the business world, the very concept of checking your own coolness is open to strong parody, as new website Klouchebag demonstrates.
Instagram feeds aplenty fall victim to the cliché photographs of random stock scenarios, dressed in retro filters. This has inspired a parody Twitter account, which goes by the name of @TextInstagram.
If you're a regular reader of our fair site, then there's a good chance that your a fan of various modern American TV shows like The Walking Dead, Dexter, Breaking Bad and The Office US.
But what do you think they would have been like as a Sitcom?
It's our two favourite shows on TV, combined into what can only be explained as Madison Avenue with zombies. Barely Political have applied their satirical skills onto creating a cross-breed between Walking Dead and Mad Men: both extremely popular shows on America's AMC network.
So it goes without saying, Skyrim has been a huge success. We gave it some love in our review, and from the millions of copies it's sold, you guys loved it too. But a burning question that...wasn't exactly burning remains: what if Skyrim was set in the present day?
So after a fantastic trailer for The Dark Knight Rises, breaking iTunes Movie Trailer records by exceeding 12.5 million views in just 24 hours, Youtube user MovieMaestroTen has made the pitch perfect parody, syncing the audio from the Batman trailer with scenes from Disney's The Lion King.
This may not be a UK targeted video in respects to the news outlets they use; but you're reading New Rising Media, so chances are you have a general grasp on the popular outputs of American journalism. So how do they write their headlines?
This is the question that Jest has answered in a rather hilarious fashion in their parody video, as they look through the headlines surrounding the controversial 'Occupy Wall Street.'