Whilst big names in the US, comedians Key & Peele aren’t that well known in the UK, which is a crime, as they’re hilarious.
Their Comedy Central sketch show skews a variety of popular culture targets, often with polished production values (something many of our own UK shows struggle with) not to mention some very inspired make up efforts.
Whilst there are many sketches to choose from, the following sketch sends up many of the films we love on Retro Ramble.
Please enjoy Strike Force Eagle 3: The Reckoning!
Got your own favourite Key & Peele sketch, be sure to add in the comments below.
With the next installment of John Wick hitting cinema’s we thought it only prudent to share with you Honest Trailer’s most recent treatment to the 2014 original that gave the world exactly what it didn’t realise it was in serious need of; Keanu Reeves handing out the gunishment with more headshots ever seen on Call of Duty!
With films like this and Deadpool maybe we are heading back to the glory days of dark action films. We certainly hope so.
Classic parody video of the real love story going on in The Fast And The Furious.
Whether you can remember the Public Service Announcements (PSAs) that used to feature at the end of many a cartoon for those of us who grew up during the 1980s isn’t important. What is important, especially if you’ve not done so already, is that you immediately check out these classic parody videos put together by the guys over at Ebaumsworld.
Some truly inspired voice over work.
And yes, some are completely random bat shit crazy stuff, but glad to see someone shares our twisted sense of humour!
There are quasi-amateur videos that went viral and then there is this classic originally published by gangoule. Always known to us as simply “So You Wanna See Tough” maybe it was first posted under a different name, who knows?
If you do, please let us know in the comments since there’s definitely credit due to whoever captured this viral masterpiece.
Who doesn’t love a Christopher Walken impression?!
His unique and iconic voice is frequently mimicked by some greats (Kevin Spacey, Kevin Pollack, Bradley Cooper) and some not-so greats (us here at Retro Ramble).
This attempt, from Aussie sketch show, The Wedge, has to be one of the best, in our minds.