Some genius replaced the music in the Party Rock video with the cantina song from Star Wars and it matches perfectly
This will forever be one of my favorite things to ever exist.
Ryan, you know how Michael lent me money and charged me interest?
I will give you money if you blow me.
...thinkin' about it.
Does it have to be /good/ or can it just be meh
» mock film: Red Sky at MorningFor as long as anyone can remember, there’s been two: demons and humans. Demons hunt humans, humans hunt demons, and that’s the way it’s been for generation upon generation. Within their walls, humans are as safe as they can be, but a young couple is faced with a choice: safety or family?
In the South Forest, twins are thought to be the work of demons. One child is human, and the other a demon in disguise, but with no way to know which is which, both are killed at birth. The Prophets whisper murder, but they are a shamed group, by order of the Elders. But still they murmur of things to come: of monstrous cities long forgotten that will be rediscovered, of a great war, senseless slaughter, and rising from it all something they call the Red Six.
When a young newly wed couple discovers they’re pregnant, they couldn’t be happier. Preparations are made, toys traded, a crib built. But it all comes crashing down when they realize it’s twins. Choosing family over all else, they escape beyond the walls and into the forest under the cover of night where they face demons and other beasts they’ve never dared imagine. But they manage, by some miracle, and give birth to a set of girls, both with hair like fire.
They spend two years with nothing but the company of murderous monsters that make killing a game, and give birth to two more sets of twin girls, again with red hair. They think back to what the Prophets had said in hushed voices, but speaking nothing of it to their children.
Then one night, in the middle of harsh winter twelve years after their escape, tragedy strikes. Mother and father dead, the six siblings are left to fend for themselves. Out for vengeance, blaming a corrupt society for their parents’ deaths, the six of them swear to tear the walls they’d been been running from all their lives down.