The team at BadLipReading have done it again, and they definitely do not disappoint. There’s no denying that the Walking Dead is an amazing show, but I would pay to watch more episodes of this interpretation. Yes, killing zombies is serious business, but in this version there is a lot more hilarious antics (code for A LOT more farting + a heated search for a banjo), and I cannot get enough! This is my favourite bad lip reading yet. Seriously, are the writers of this show paying attention?? They could learn a thing or two.
Check out the video and get ready to laugh:
From Time Magazine to cat food commercials, Grumpy Cat is everywhere now a days. And with fame, comes dozens of imitators. Just look at Anderson Cooper’s attempt:
It’s one thing to frown, but the ability to replicate a “U” shape frown a la Grumpy Cat is a special talent. Here are five people who actually do look like Grumpy Cat:
1. Nick Miller (Jake Johnson) from New Girl
2. Jim Halpert (John Krasinski) from The Office
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I know zombies are a really big thing right now (do you have your survival plan ready?), but there are just a few things I’d rather not associate with the Walking Dead, one being perfume.
There’s nothing more disgusting that smelling like rotting flesh so it’s a bit odd to that perfume maker Demeter decided to make a his and her zombie perfume set. “Lucky” for us, they didn’t go that route. According to their website, this is what zombies smell like in their overly scented world:
Zombie for Him: Think forest floor. Zombie for Him is a combination of dried leaves, mushrooms, mildew, moss and earth. A definite must-have for any Man’s scent collection.
Zombie for Her: A slightly lighter version of the Men’s fragrance with a touch of Dregs from the bottom of the wine barrel for that feminine touch.
Mildew? Dregs from the bottom of the wine barrel? Okay, it’s official: there’s absolutely no hope for zombie romances to occur (sorry Warm Bodies) unless you’re into that kind of stuff.
Shows are defined by their genres — some shows are dramatic and emotionally heavy, and others we love because they’re fluffy and fun to watch. What happens when you take your favourite dramatic show and turn it into a comedy? Or when you take your favourite character from your favourite comedy and make him the psycho antagonist? Well, ANDPOP wants to show you what your favourite shows would look like if they were a different genre.
I don’t know if I will ever look at Kurt Hummel in the same again, while Abed, on the other hand, I had always pictured as a serial killer. One things for sure though if The Walking Dead was comedy, that would one warped TV show. I mean, zombies eating people isn’t something I commonly find funny. Although, psycho killer Maggie Smith would be quite funny if Dowton Abbey were a horror show. I guess all this possibilities is why fan-fiction is all the rage…alongside other reasons that shall not be discussed.
Glee as Horror
Downton Abbey as Horror
Community as a Drama
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Those who watch The Walking Dead know that it isn’t for the faint of heart. From killing zombies to flesh-eating, there’s a reason why this isn’t considered “a family show”.
But what would the The Walking Dead be like if it was transformed into an ’80s-like sitcom like Punky Brewster? Adorable and heartwarming, that’s what.
It was only a matter of time before Tangerine Kitty’s “Dumb Ways to Die” got a zombie parody. TeddieFilms put together this hilarious parody of AMC’s The Walking Dead starring your favourite characters. Rick, Michonne and Carl all share the dumbest ways to die in a zombie-infected apocalyptic world.
Some of the ways include cutting off a leg to avoid infection and getting into fights with rival groups. The message was brought to you by those poor, brain dead “Walkers” you see roaming the grounds in the TV show.
Watch it here
The new season of AMC’s The Walking Dead premiered last night and we were damn excited. To celebrate its return, Antonius and Vijay from AVbyte (the same guys who did the Disney hipster princesses musical) put together a zombie musical all about singing, dancing and eating BRAINS. It makes the whole life of a zombie seem much more dignified, doesn’t it?
BAMF Girls Club by Comediva is quickly becoming one of my new favourite shows. It stars kickass female characters like Harry Potter’s Hermione Granger, The Hunger Games’ Katniss Everdeen and The Walking Dead’s Michonne… And then of course there’s Twilight’s Bella, but I don’t know if she’s earned the strong, female role model label (sorry Bella).
Anyway, two new episodes are finally out. The first involves the ladies setting down house rules and unsuccessfully trying to elect a leader. The second guest stars Game of Thrones’ Arya Stark, who got herself into trouble and is forced to spend a day with Hermione as punishment. Though personally, I’d love to spend a day with the witch!
If you missed the first episode, be sure to check it out here.
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We first got excited about BAMF Girl’s Club when we saw the trailer back in July, depicting fictional heroines (and Bella) being awkward on the Comediva reality show. Episode one features Katniss, Bella, Hermione and zombie slayer Michonne, among others.
In this episode, the ladies move into their new home and drama starts right away when Lisbeth Sander attempts to make friends with Hermione. Unfortunately Lisbeth thinks “making friends” means researching all of Hermione’s sordid past actions and reciting them to her (will this come back to haunt the witch?).
Katniss Everdeen is a reality show pro and we’ll have to watch closely to see who she strategically chooses for her alliance (my bet is on Michonne and Buffy).
Then there’s Bella who pretty much gets upset by everything. Team Jacob will surely be shedding tears along with her at the end.
Watch it here:
That was the question asked by Put Zombies Back On TV. AMC dressed up some willing New Yorkers as zombies and had them stumble through the city among unknowing pedestrians. The roamers look pretty convincing, with fake blood streaming down their faces and yellowed teeth. They even got a couple screams.
Dish recently dropped AMC’s programming, including The Walking Dead, Mad Men and Breaking Bad. So they did the experiment to prove that zombies don’t belong on the street, but they do belong on television. Let’s put them back there people!
Coming soon to Comediva, a new reality show called BAMF Girls Club starring your favourite badass teen heroines, including The Hunger Games’ Katniss Everdeen, Harry Potter’s Hermione Granger and Buffy the Vampire Slayer… oh and then there’s Twilight’s mopey Bella Swan. The most needy, possessive heroine of them all.
You can only imagine the drama that unfolds with Lisbeth Salander trying to pierce any submissive girl’s nose she can and Michonne slashing anyone who looks like a zombie (ahem, Bella).
The show was written by Vicki Toro and directed by Emily McGregor. My predictions? With Katniss and Michonne’s new pact a schism will split the group. Katniss will be called fake and she’ll eventually turn to alcohol. Hermione will erupt over dirty dishes that Lisbeth refuses to clean, and Bella will cry in a corner and eventually leave the show so she can be with Edward.
Watch the first episode here: