In an effort to bring justice to the YouTube community, former police officer Ian Carter takes on the title of "Content Cop". Using his old police uniform and raw wit, Ian sets out to stop the creators that bring nothing but discord to his online city.
Full Force is a long video / documentary about airsoft fatty. He's a youtuber, star wars fan, large guy, and airsofter. We took a look at his life, how he became fat, his journey to become ... See full summary »
Frank and friends hurry in the quest to save dade, a rare chocolate human, through finding means of spiritual and physical healing while facing insurmountable odds and the Dark Lord himself, Chin-Chin.
There was once a time where universe had galaxies. Now the Omniverse has universes. Where time and genetics have become currency and a source of power, and only the strongest deities can hope to survive the vast emptiness. And as time and space progressively expands, we have no choice but to stick together. One of few remaining humans attempts to survive the dangers of the Omniverse and its ruler Chin Chin with his Lycra-infested allies.
I cried the entire time. Truly a modern masterpiece of our generation. Leaves you with suspense and fear, as well as hilarity and sadness. Recommended to all demographics, age, gender, race, everyone should watch it. The man himself has made many, many episodes, all playing important roles to the progression of the story, even the filler episodes. Mr. filth gained his fame and popularity on the internet video sharing platform "YouTube" back in 2013(according to his main channel). As Mr. Filth puts it "Filthy Frank is the embodiment of everything a person should not be. He is anti-PC, anti-social, and anti-couth. He behaves and reacts excessively to everything expressly to highlight the ridiculousness of racism, misogyny, legalism, injustice, ignorance and other social blights. He also sets an example to show how easy it is in the social media for any zany material to gain traction/followings by simply sharing unsavory opinions and joking about topics many find offensive.There is no denying that the show is terribly offensive, but this terrible offensiveness is a deliberate and unapologetic parody of the whole social media machine and a reflection of the human microcosm that that social media is."
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