Just in time for Halloween, comedy troupe Octavarius has created a weekly web series called “Edgar Allen Poe Speaks the Hits,” wherein the tormented king of emo recites contemporary pop lyrics as if they were his own poems. The result is both seductive and horrific.
Two devout fans of comedian Patton Oswalt have turned one of his most famous bits into reality. Imgur user Captstack cooked the entire thing for his friend’s bachelor party.
Apparently the Founding Fathers (portrayed by the Chicago improv troupe Octavarius) are alive and well and have pimp-tastic pickup lines.
The web series The Outs was a viral phenomenon in 2012. Alan Cumming even loved the show so much that he has a cameo in the recently released “Chanukah Special” episode. So, in case you haven’t watched it yet (or are looking for a reason to watch it again), here’s seven reasons why you should.
That Deaf Guy is a web comic written by deaf cartoonist Matt Daigle and his wife Kay. Here are just ten reasons why the comic is awesome and should be read by deaf and hearing people alike.
Something called “Heinous Frown Blogging 2k13” (heinousfrownblogging2k13.tumblr.com) exists. And it teaches us that life presents us with many reasons to frown.