“Vulture Remix” Episode 27 imagines what it would be like if the Netflix true crime documentary Making of a Murderer took place in Springfield, with Homer Simpson playing the role of Steven Avery.
Vulture Remix parodies Making a Murderer using clips from The Simpsons. Ironically, there’s already a series that documents Homer Simpson’s crimes, and boy is it decisive. It’s called The Simpsons.
What if you took the popular Netflix series Making a Murderer and put Homer Simpson in suspect Steve Avery’s place? That’s what the latest Vulture remix is all about. It combines audio from the true crime series and video from the TV show The Simpsons. Show More Summary
The pop-culture addicts at Vulture put a lot of time into creating this Simpsons version of the Netflix sensation Making A Murderer, and the result is damn near perfect. Between his ever-present five o'clock shadow and general dimness,...Show More Summary
Homer Simpson is an unexpectedly good stand-in for Steven Avery.
Earlier today, Vulture released an expertly crafted mashup that takes the plot of Netflix's Making a Murderer and applies it to the universe of The Simpsons. The brilliant mashup centers on Homer, cast in the role of Steven Avery, being sentenced to prison for crime he didn't commit (murdering Mr. Show More Summary
Okay, that may have not been what they were going for exactly, but if you look at both of their IQs this totally checks out.
His IQ isn't high. He and his family don't quite fit in with the community. The p0lice don't like him. And he had been exonerated for a crime once before... It may sound like we're describing "Making a Murderer" subject Steven Avery,...Show More Summary
Is one of Springfield's most famous citizens innocent of his crimes? Continuing their remix series, Vulture mashed The Simpsons together with Making a Murderer to feature Homer as Manitowoc County resident Steven Avery. Though with Homer's lightning sharp mind and his unflappable alibis, he should be able to easily weasel out of this. Show More Summary
Outsider. Family man. Occasional troublemaker. Shabby dresser. Repeatedly accused of crimes in a city where the police are far from reliable. All these descriptors fit Steven Avery, the accused murderer at the heart of Netflix's hit documentary series Making a Murderer... but they could also fit beloved cartoon oaf... More »
If Homer Simpson were ever to conduct a seance, I image it would look a lot like this levitating donut GIF by Carolyn Tripp. Nothing will entice the dead like frosting on a dough donut.
The Simpsons has proved to be quite good at predicting the future. There was that one time when Homer nearly calculated the mass of the Higgs boson particle. And remember when the show foreshadowed the St. Louis Cardinals hacking scandal?...Show More Summary
This is the 3-D Homer Simpson stormtrooper cake crafted by Kylie Mangles of Letterpress Bakery. I call his lips and ear! Just kidding, I want to eat his belly. You think it's full of half-chewed donuts? In my wildest dreams it is. Also...Show More Summary
This amazing 3D cake featuring Homer Simpson as a Stormtrooper was made back in December 2015 by Kylie Mangles of Letterpress Bakery to celebrate the release of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” I’ve also included a short video by Capture the Moment Media showing how the cake was “built” at the bottom of this post. Show More Summary
D'oh-n't underestimate Home Simpson's fandom of Star Wars. This mashup of two pop culture characters in an intricate cake proves Homer sure can rock a Stormtrooper mask. See also: If you absolutely must get a divorce cake, make it 'Star...Show More Summary
One artist brought together the worlds of "The Simpsons" and "Star Wars" in an incredible Homer Simpson Stormtrooper 3D cake.
In 2015, designer Kylie Mangles of Letterpress Bakery made an incredible 3D cake portraying Homer Simpson as a Stormtrooper. Capture the Moment Media recently created a great short video that follows Kylie as she builds the Stormtrooper Homer cake. We previously wrote about her 3D cake depicting a half-dissected Ralph Wiggum. I give you…Stormtrooper Homer […]
The update sees players train Springfield’s citizens for a space mission.
Can we turn Homer Simpson into Einstein? Not so fast. In the 2011 movie Limitless, our loser-turned-hero Bradley Cooper takes a pill, writes a novel in a few days, becomes an investment tycoon, and performs other tricks of mental derring-do. Show More Summary
The Simpsons are a bit of a strange family. We're not talking about Homer, Bart, Lisa, Maggie, and Marge here, but Jessica, Ashlee, Joe, and Tina. Those first three have quirks aplenty, and we love 'em for it, but how did old-fashioned...Show More Summary