That "Merc with a Mouth" just can't. stop. singing. Join the R-rated, NSFW musical mayhem as our singing hero, Deadpool, slays his way through a series of Disney songs and superhero teams, from the X-Men to the Avengers and more, all while piling up a body count that, well, to be honest, we lost count.
Ani Skywalker is in the dumps. His wife is dead. He's stuck in a bogus government he hates. He spends most of his time staring out into space, thinking about the good old days. But things are about to change for Ani as he sets off for adventure in the galaxy's biggest come-back...
The Bikini Academy (also known as Babe Watch), a army unit of big tit lifesavers (including Tane McClure and Raelyn Saalman) patrol the shores to maintain visitors secure.
After a young couple moves into a new house, they start to experience some strange events, that just might be demonic. So they decide to videotape the whole thing. Sound familiar? At least this time the demon has a sense of humor.
Who knew the "Merc with a Mouth" could sing?. Check out this fan-made musical mashup of "Deadpool" and "Beauty and the Beast" featuring Wade's own NSFW, mature-audiences version of the classic song "Gaston" from the original musical.
Goth superstar Aurelio Voltaire is VERUM and original gangsta rapper Schoolly D is THE PRESIDENT in this cult camp catastrophe. In this send up of the horror genre, a beautiful aristocrat (Amanda Flowers) is resurrected by mad doctor ORBERT WESCRAFT (Jurgen Azazel Munster) at the request of her obsessed husband (Rock N Roll legend Alan Merrill). When she rebels against the Doctor and joins a cult of the undead, it's pandemonium as the sinister creatures resurrect a giant monster to destroy all mortals. Will two wacky journalists (Yolpie Kaiser, Mickala McFarlane) a mad teenage girl bent on revenge (Sofe Cote) and a perma tripping boy genius (Max Husten) be able to save the world in time?
When London-born performer Anna Russell decided to combine her well-oiled comedic timing with her classical training as a lyric soprano, she quickly earned the moniker "Crown Princess of Musical Parody." This collection of Russell's television appearances from 1964, 1976 and 1977 includes interviews, renditions of classical and rock 'n' roll songs and sidesplitting routines on the bagpipe and French horn.
It's the DOCTOR WHO musical parody you've been waiting for! Join The Tenth Doctor, an alien Time Lord who travels through time and space in his TARDIS, in an eye-catching parody that's out of this universe. People assume that a parody is a strict progression of cause to effect, but actually, from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint, it's more like a big video of wibbly-wobbly, Time Warp stuff. Like the TARDIS, The Hillywood Show® makes a production that's bigger on the inside and showcases David Tennant's beloved Doctor in a memorable way. Allons-y!
The Rise and Fall of Schmoedown competitor Josh Tapia AKA JTE, AKA the Patriot AKA Little Evil AKA... ah, forget it. The Collider Video crew made up of Kristian Harloff, Mark Ellis, Mark Reilly and Josh Macuga, along with Ken Napzok, Finstock and JTE himself, look at the wins, the losses, the controversy and - most important - JTE himself. What went wrong? What happened? How did he lose so, many, matches? And what the hell did he say? It's all right here on this parody of 30 for 30 about JTE's time in the Schmoedown.
In honor of The Disaster Artist (2017), a parody to the film The Room (2003)
A group of stoners get high during a stake-out, leading to disastrous results.