Video: It's inevitable: when a new trailer for something like Star Wars hits the internet, fans will turn to the internet to broadcast their reactions. The team who assembled the trailer for Rogue One decided to do the same thing.
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Alright, so no one asked for a website that creates Donald Trump-like tweets, but rarely is the internet's best content spawned by popular demand. It takes enterprising (and perhaps, misguided) people to come up with top-shelf content. Or, in this case, you could leave it to computers and algorithms.
To say South Park isn't the most family friendly of TV shows is putting it lightly — it aims to offend as much as humanly possible. It has its fair share of swearing, but which character has the least control over their language? You might be surprised... or not, depending on how perceptive you are.
Vine just released their playlist of popular vines from the past year. Frankly, most of them are dull as shit. So instead of squeezing off a blog post directing you to mediocre crap curated by Vine, we've decided to compile a list of high-quality crap curated from the world of garbage video by Everything Is Terrible.
Hey, I enjoyed Ant-Man. Sure, it lost Edgar Wright on its way to completion, but even so, it still turned out to be a decent film (in no small part to Paul Rudd). It wasn't without its flaws however and Screen Junkies is happy to show you how in this latest Honest Trailer instalment.
Last year someone had a go at summarising the Matrix films in three minutes, but surely we can do better? Apparently so — YouTube channel Burger Fiction has halved that time to 90 seconds, with the content "weighted in proportion to the quality of movie".