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  • SHAGGY SPOOFAGE: The new trailer opens with spoofery of "Inception," the 2010 blockbuster that -- in the fading light of the Oscars glow -- is swiftly nearing the end of its ninth life as a source of big-budget parody.

    NEW 'PUSS IN BOOTS' TRAILER: 5 Reasons Why Hollywood So Knows What It's Doing

  • If you're a glutton for Dickens and you'll need to be, with the BBC already stuffing its schedules with the forthcoming bicentenary of his birth, jolly spoofery abounds in The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff, which features Robert Webb as an upstanding Victorian retailer of nonsense items thrown into sudden penury by bewhiskered evil Stephen Fry in a stovepipe hat.

    Phil Hogan's Christmas TV highlights

  • "The Ninth Gate" picks up on the supernatural spoofery of "The Fearless Vampire Killers" by way of a hermetic conspiracy thriller, as dashing rare-book dealer Johnny Depp treks across Europe in search of some rare Satanic verses.

    Start September With Superior Cinema

  • But amid all the spot-on spoofery "and that's how I almost married my best friend's fiancé!"

    Watercooler: Is There a New Romance Brewing on Happy Endings?

  • On the Yes Men's site, they offer a complete round up of the spoofery, including this nod to the recent troubles of James O'Keefe, who, if his Facebook page is any guide, draws inspiration from the Yes Men:

    The Yes Men Prank Davos, Send Out Press Release With Blankfein Confessions

  • It would be hard to imagine a bigger, more obvious target for spoofery than bogus spiritual teachers, but Myers never aspires to satire.

    My Year of Flops

  • By the 1970s, inspired spoofery was the norm, as in Roman Polanksi's "The Fearless Vampire Killers" and the drive-in favorite "Blacula," in which William Marshall is billed as "Dracula's Soul Brother."

    Psychos and Suckers

  • On the Yes Men's site, they offer a complete round up of the spoofery, including this nod to the recent troubles of James O'Keefe, who, if his Facebook page is any guide, draws inspiration from the Yes Men:

    The Yes Men Prank Davos, Send Out Press Release With Blankfein Confessions

  • On the Yes Men's site, they offer a complete round up of the spoofery, including this nod to the recent troubles of James O'Keefe, who, if his Facebook page is any guide, draws inspiration from the Yes Men:

    The Yes Men Prank Davos, Send Out Press Release With Blankfein Confessions

  • The idea of course is to get the tongues furiously wagging, get enraged emails, letters and phone calls pouring in, and then put forth the predictable defense calling this and other inflammatory cartoons a parody, a free speech right, and harmless spoofery.

    Mr. Murdoch Is Obama Really a Chimp?

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