Sentences Containing 'spoof'
In 1965 he starred in the western "30 Winchester per El Diablo" and "A 008, operazione Sterminio", a spoof of the James Bond genre.
In 1966, the Turtles made an appearance in Universal's beach party spy spoof film "Out of Sight," singing "She'll Come Back" on screen.
This section is a spoof of reality cop shows.
A spoof of the Lion Man, Hamsterman from Amsterdam revolves around Colin, an alcoholic pet shop owner from Takanini who has never actually been to Amsterdam.
Another segment that debuted in Season 4 and was repeated in episodes 2 and 3 was a spoof of the TV3 Promo featuring Mike McRoberts and a landslide in the Philippines.
The first episode featured an additional Close Up promo spoof.
Marvel Age #26 did a cover story in July 1985; the Marvel promotional magazine featured a Kaluta cover of Brucilla the Muscle with Malcolm Trueheart thrown over her shoulder, a gender-flipping spoof of a popular Dave Stevens drawing of The Rocketeer with Betty thrown over his shoulder.
In his final decade, 1960s, Murphy edited an entry in the series of films tailored for Elvis Presley, "Follow That Dream" (1962), followed by a psychiatric hospital melodrama, "The Caretakers" (1963), and the big-budget 1965 spoof, "John Goldfarb, Please Come Home".
In 1972, National Lampoon's "Deteriorata" (a spoof of "Desiderata", then enjoying a measure of popular attention thanks to a spoken word recording) singled out Gaines-Burgers "with cheese" in order to poke fun at modern product advertising using the line, ""Take heart amid the deepening gloom that your dog is finally getting enough cheese."" In 1984, General Foods sold Gaines to Anderson, Clayton.
An Acronymble game show spoof was later produced using the premise.
In July 2011, Favreau was featured in a YouTube video by visual effects artists Freddie Wong and Brandon Laatsch (known on YouTube as the popular channel, "freddiew"), in a spoof of his then-upcoming summer film, "Cowboys Aliens".
The show parodies many things about popular culture, primarily being a spoof of shows such as "Jackass"; whereas they perform stunts designed to injure and/or humiliate an individual, the "Fist" team do things that would obviously kill them.
The four men then made "Video Dare", a spoof reality show for SBS, which received 100 complaints.
The title "Fear of a Black Tangent" is a spoof of Public Enemy's album "Fear of a Black Planet".
This is confirmed in the lyrics of "Yawning Zeitgeist Intro" by the line "It's a Fear of a Black Tangent, idiot/A Public Enemy spoof."
It is a horror movie spoof, showing the band members missing several body parts.
Starting with Marvel Zombies 4, the covers were usually original designs, with some variants continuing the zombified spoof trend.
This essential part of the war, in the area of information, found a culmination of sorts in the publication by the "Front" on 9 November 1943 of "Faux Soir", a spoof version of the "Le Soir" newspaper circulated under the noses of the occupation authorities.
Conversely, YouTube has also allowed government to more easily engage with citizens, the White House's official YouTube channel being the seventh top news organization producer on YouTube in 2012 and in 2013 a healthcare exchange having commissioned Obama impersonator Iman Crosson's YouTube music video spoof to encourage young Americans to enroll in Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)-compliant health insurance.
The Flame malware successfully used a new variation of a chosen-prefix collision attack to spoof code signing of its components by a Microsoft root certificate that still used the compromised MD5 algorithm.
Steve Murray in "The Atlanta Journal-Constitution" characterizes the episode as "scary in a brand-new way", saying "Once More, with Feeling" is "as impressive as Whedon's milestone episodes 'Hush' and 'The Body; the episode is "often hilarious", according to Murray, and acts as "(b)oth spoof and homage, the hokiness of musicals while also capturing the guilty pleasure and surges of feeling the genre inspires".
He made a cameo appearance in the Judd Apatow-produced musician biopic spoof "" as Ringo Starr.
Other spots were for the "White Rose and Lilac Virginity Restoration Clinic", "Tree Frog Beer" ('it doesn't taste like much but it gets you there faster'), and a spoof on the Rambo movies entitled "Sambo: Real Blood Part Fo" featuring a black super-hero driving a rescue Cadillac and yelling "Hey, Chin Ho, Ronnie Reagan says you can kiss his white a..." before a jet fly-over drowns out the last word. A cross-over between these spots and reality occurred in 1972, when Hudepohl Beer allowed some of its product for the Cincinnati area to be wrapped in faux labels for "WEBN's Tree Frog Beer, The Sleazy People's Beer".
The comic is a spoof on historical conquerors, and has been reviewed in the Mexican newspaper "Reforma", in an article of the student newspaper "8/ochenta" of the Universidad Iberoamericana, in an article in the online magazine "TVA", and in nationwide magazine "Emeequis".
The show always opened at the news desk, which featured Ruwe and Shoniwa as newsreaders, reading spoof news items.
It also included a duo of him and Rashpal Panesar reading a spoof of news.
For example, one episode featured a spoof commercial for a product called "Kodadent", a black toothpaste.
The Faux Soir was a spoof issue of the Belgian newspaper "Le Soir" published on 9 November 1943 by the "Front de l'Indépendance", a Belgian resistance organisation.
Rocca has 3 music videos to his credentials and wrote/rapped/starred in the "James Bond Spoof - Secret Agent OO Soul - with Billy Dee Williams".
In the spring of 2008, the queue was replaced with an eating area for the Award Weiners restaurant in order to prepare for the major construction project. The original "Disaster Effects" storage area still remains, but many of the spoof movie posters were removed.
In 1989, Nallon co-wrote "I, Margaret" with Tom Holt, a spoof autobiography of Baroness Thatcher.
In the episode "You Got F'd in the A", which is a spoof of the film "You Got Served", the Doctor treats Randy Marsh after Randy is "served" (slang term for being defeated in a dance competition) by a group of street dancers, as if "being served" constitutes an actual physical transgression that incurs major injuries.
When the boys attempt to break off into their own independent syndicate, Loogie intervenes and targets Kenny to teach them a lesson (which is a spoof on common Mafia practices).
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necromancy - black magic; sorcery; dealings with the dead; art that professes to communicate with the spirits of the dead so as to predict the future; CF. necromancer; CF. necro+divination; CF. necro-: death; Ex. necropolis
pellucid - transparent; limpid(crystal clear); clear in meaning; easy to understand
droll - queer and amusing
emanate - issue forth; come out
paramount - foremost in importance; supreme; CF. para-: beyond; above; Ex. paranormal
furtive - stealthy; quiet and secret (trying to escape notice); sneaky; Ex. furtive glance
posthumous - after death (as of child born after father's death or book published after author's death); coming or occurring after one's death; Ex. posthumous fame/novel
culvert - artificial channel for water; drain crossing under a road
incinerate - burn to ashes