The wide wonderful world of film lends itself splendidly to the 'spoof' or parody as most genres have conventions and unwritten rules that are very easy to twist and undermine. It's all about messing with audience expectation - and nobody is safe - from TV cops ('Police Squad') to zombies ('Shaun of the Dead'); disaster flicks ('Airplane') to westerns ('Blazing Saddles'); Alfred Hitchcock ('High Anxiety') to Arnold Schwarzenegger ('Last Action Hero'). Sit back and have a laugh, at someone else's expense.
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello are 18th century American detectives in London chasing down the literary legend played by Boris Karloff. / Two employees o... Read more
A & C are in the movie business circa 1912 this time. In between pies in the face, there's a wild chase complete with the famous Keystone Kops. Mac Se... Read more
A twist on the well-worn conceit of four horny friends each trying to get their cherries popped before college - these four teen virgins are gay. Jaro... Read more
The third film in Sam Raimi's "Evil Dead" series. Forced to lead a makeshift Dark Ages army against the demonic Deadites, who possess all the deadly m... Read more
The third outing for Mike Myers' toothy super-sleuth finds Powers time-hopping again - this time back to 1975, where the devilish Dr Evil and lame-cla... Read more
A hilariously goofy spoof of James Bond and other 60's spy movies. Mike Myers plays both the English superspy Powers and his nemesis the nefarious but... Read more