Pokemon Bootleg Universe Trailer

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, watch a fanmade trailer imagining a Pokémon movie as part of Adi Shankar‘s gritty Bootleg Universe. Plus, follow Toy Story franchise stars Tom Hanks and Tim Allen as they explore the Disney theme park expansion Toy Story Land, and see if comedian Tig Notaro can figure out who Melissa Joan Hart is in the latest edition of Under a Rock. Read More »

sabrina the teenage witch cast

Sabrina, meet Sabrina. Sabrina the Teenage Witch may not have a lot in common with Netflix’s new dark take on the Archie Comics character, but that doesn’t mean that the cast of the ’90s sitcom isn’t down to get a little Satanic. Following the release of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina on the streaming platform, Netflix has given us a delightful little featurette showing the Sabrina the Teenage Witch cast reacting to an episode of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.

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Clarissa Explains It All Reboot

Everything old is new again! Nickelodeon is currently working on a Clarissa Explains It All reboot, with original star Melissa Joan Hart set to return. Clarissa’s annoying brother Ferguson could not be reached for comment.

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god's not dead 2 trailer

As a secular heathen whose soul is destined for the fiery pits of Hell, I try to give faith-based movies the benefit of the doubt. These movies were not made for me. I am not the intended audience. I let the vast majority of these movies pass me by and we are allowed to peacefully co-exist. I even thought Risen looked pretty darn interesting for a “Christian” film, and I’m the kind of person who thinks The Last Temptation of Christ is the best “Christian” movie ever made.

That brings us to the trailer for God’s Not Dead 2, a movie that exists so it can literally preach the choir. I find this movie fascinating not because it looks good (it looks cheap and bad), but because the cackling villains featured in the trailer ultimately come off looking pretty reasonable and level-headed.

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