Screen Junkies gives their Honest Trailers treatment to the 2012 video game themed Disney film Wreck-It Ralph. Revisit Disney’s epic adventure that finally cracked how to make a good video game movie… by not focusing too much on the video game – Wreck-It Ralph!
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Screen Junkies and Smosh recently teamed up to create an honest video game trailer (see previously) for Team Fortress 2, a popular first-person shooter multiplayer video game sequel developed by Valve.
Screen Junkies and Smosh joined forces to create an honest video game trailer for Bethesda Game Studios‘ popular action role-playing video game The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. We previously wrote about their honest video game trailer for Mario Kart and Grand Theft Auto V. From the developers of everything Elder Scrolls comes a game so…
To celebrate the film’s 20th anniversary, Screen Junkies created an honest movie trailer for Disney’s 1994 animated classic, The Lion King. The funny musicals featured throughout their Honest Trailer were vocalized by AVbyte. We’ve previously written about Screen Junkies’ ongoing series of honest television, movie, and video game trailers. Relive the music, the lion lovin’,…
Smosh Games gives their honest video game trailer treatment to the popular RPG Undertale. From the crowd funding platform that will pay for your game as long as you fill it with terrifying fetish characters, comes the game that gets by on referential internet humor almost as much as… we do!
Smosh Games gives their honest trailer treatment to the video game Fallout 4. From the company that’s been slapping a new coat of paint in the same game engine for almost a decade comes the game that was hyped up almost as much as the new Star Wars. Fallout 4!
Smosh Games presents an honest video game trailer for Blizzard’s new multiplayer FPS Overwatch. From the developers of games that are as addictive as street level heroin, comes the first original IP Blizzard has produced since The Lost Vikings – seriously – Overwatch.
Smosh Games gives their honest trailer treatment to the Tomb Raider video game franchise. From the developer of games about clowns, goths, and the Geico Lizard comes the series that taught boys more about masturbation than sex-ed class.