Booklolz: Katniss Kills Everything, Mean Elves, Harry Potter Goes to Penn Station & more!
Amazon may have the world buzzing about its futuristic drones, but Waterstones, a bookstore chain in the UK with a delightful sense of humor, isn’t intimidated in the least. They’re taking a page out of the wizarding world to deliver your books in 30 minutes via owl. Just don’t expect them anytime soon.
“Putting O.W.L.S. into commercial use will take a number of years as it takes ages to train owls to do anything and we only just thought of it this morning.”
Katniss Kills Everything
In case you had any doubts about how lethal Katniss Everdeen is with her bow and arrow, behold “Katniss Kills Everything,” the arrow montage to end all arrow montages. (Warning Katniss does a LOT of killing, some of it funny, some of it just gross).
Doctor Who Hunger Games
We all know how fun it is to get different Doctors from Doctor Who together in the same place, but how fun would it be if they had to fight each other to the death? “The Doctor Games” shows just how handy the fourth Doctor’s scarf can be in the arena.
Sesame Street’s Catching Fur
“The Hungry Games: Catching Fur” hits Sesame Street. May the cookies ever be in your favor.
Mean Girls + The Hobbit? Yes please! And stop trying to make precious happen, it’s not going to happen!
New Zealand Air Full of Hobbits
This new ad for New Zealand Air makes use of the country’s greatest resource: the hobbit. And yes, I want to visit Hobbiton SO BADLY and this is only making it worse.
Girls Who Read
All this guy wants is a lady who reads. Clearly he has his priorities in order!
Movies in Real Life: Harry Potter Penn Station
The Movies in Real Life series has officially stolen my heart with this Harry Potter doppelganger heading to Penn Station with his owl and luggage in search of platform 9 & 3/4.
Bad Lip Reading: Medieval Land Fun-Time World
Bad Lip Reading is at it again, and this time they’ve strung together their nonsensical bad lip read of Game of Thrones into a narrative that could easily be a preview for a silly, cheeky comedy. Check out their “Medieval Land Fun-Time World” below:
Cumberbatch’s CGI Faces
So CGI acting is a rather goofy undertaking, as indicated by these pictures of Benedict Cumberbatch acting as Smaug the dragon in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
Want to see Benedict’s many Smaug faces? Head over here.