Wednesday, December 17, 2014

What We REALLY Searched For Most In 2014

Recently, Google released a video about what we searched for in 2014.
And everything was "hope", "science", "fear", and other cliches. First off, I doubt those were the most-searched things.
Second, what was anyone expecting to find with "hope"? A website that generates hope into your mind or something.
Anyhow, we (read: I) here at ICM Industries (Editor's note: not a real industry) have decided to bring you the REAL top-searched items on Google in 2014...

Monday, December 15, 2014

Deleted Scenes From The Star Wars Trailer

If these make it into the movie, it'll be only slightly better than "The Phantom Menace".

Thursday, December 11, 2014

One Final Rob Ford Thought

Well, Rob Ford isn't Toronto mayor anymore, so I guess I'll have to stop making fun of him.
I mean, I have to spoof relevant things, and ever since he quit the race for mayor, no one talks about him anymore.
Like, at all.
Jeez, we have short attention spans.
If you tried a reverse image search of him, he probably wouldn't even come up anymore. That's how much nobody talks about him. And it would probably look like this:

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Let's Talk About TMZ

Let's talk about TMZ, shall we?

Basically, the show starts with the host, Harvey, and.....and...taking head #2 blathering about what celebrities they will mock on this ever-so informative program today.

This has already been done much more intellectually with Beavis and Butt-head.
Not pictured: whats-his-name.
We are then exposed to a. Solid. Hour. Of blurry, shaky, fast-paced, inaudible celebrity interviews where they ambush them in various places. I love how they just literally stalk the people they're looking for.
Waiting for Mike Myers to get the runs!
And, of course, lest we forget Harvey and his band o' merry misfits laughing about the plastic surgery on celebrities. Unfortunately, this isn't "The Introduce Pot To Kettle Show".
He said, "laugh", so do it or you get kicked off the show.
They show us what's coming up on the show before commercial breaks. The one thing that actually sounds remotely interesting is the one thing they play at the very end (to keep you watching), and if you're wearing your lucky underpants they'll talk about it for five full seconds.
Who needs to know things that actually matter?
But, above all, the one thing we should talk about is the directing.

As mentioned before, the footage is blurry and shaky. But the one thing that really shows the director's talent is how he always cuts to some random guy in the studio whenever Harvey's talking.
The really interesting thing is nothing you have to say, Harvey.
This is truly a "special" show.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

The Problem With Names

Many people hate their names, but I really don't think any of us are permitted to vent about them around Winnie the Pooh.
I mean, seriously, what were they thinking?

"Hmm, yeah, no one'll make fun of this name."

I can only imagine the amount of little kids expecting to read the new Captain Underpants book or something, and found out the story was about this bear.
Actually, I'd read that.