5 Second Films (or 5SF) is a website run by a group of actors and writers that regularly produce short films. These short films last exactly five seconds (8 seconds, if you count the title card and 'The End'. But don't pay attention to that). The subject of said films are almost completely random, with only a few subjects and characters referenced more than once.Their website can be found here. In addition, they have a YouTube channel; useful, since it has some of their earlier videos that are no longer accessible on their main site.The troupe recently began pre-production for a 5400-second feature-length adaptation of Dude Bro Party Massacre 3 with the opening of a Kickstarter campaign. Production is planned to start in September 2013 and hopes to be done by Summer 2014.Not to be confused with Five Second Movies.
The Baby Trap: Parodied in "The One". A guy and girl are about to do the deed, and she asks him if he's sure that she's the one for him. He reassures her, and is then shown poking holes in his condom while whispering that he's gonna make her "the one". Still quite creepy.
Banana Peel: Subverted in "Paul Vs. Banana". Paul doesn't slip on the banana peel lying on the street, but instead gets hit by a car driven by a giant banana.
Dead Artists Are Better: Parodied and invoked in "Art Lover". A client asks a painter if his art has any value, and the replies replies "no". The client then kills the artist so the paintings' prizes will sky-rocket.
Fan Disservice: "The Pool Boy" starts off with a pool boy looking at a blonde girl in red massaging herself and licking her lips seductively at him. Then he takes off his glasses, revealing that he has no eyes.
The Board of Highly Scientific Review & Science, as you can no doubt imagine, went on to publish several papers based on Dr. Firenzi’s findings, the most prominent of which were titled “Zhoo! Zhoo! Zhoo! And the Neurotechnological Capabilities Therein” by Dr. Sandoval, and “Pew, Pew: A Rebuffing of Dr. Sandoval’s Hasty Assertions,” by Dr. Gunn. Dr. Firenzi himself disappeared from the eye of the medical world and has yet to resurface, after several long years.
"Thanks for calling 911, brought to you by Budweiser, the king of beers! And Emergency. And Hush Puppies. And-" * thud*
Psycho Shower Murder Parody: "The Early Bird Killer", in which the presumably eponymous serial killer comes to kill a girl in the shower. The twist is that she had already been killed by another serial killer, who is currently taking a shower in her place.
His brother, always one to try and copy Truck’s genius with wordplay, had his name legally changed to “Ama Pan,” but never found the chance to have his last name spoken first in any setting. Plus, he lost his Halen tape anyway.
Recurring Character: Johnny Quickdeath, Tony & Joey, Officer Sminkle, Elliot Zanderflex and Renegade Pervert. Maybe the Nesquik bunny. Also, the actors usually play themselves; Jon Worley has a recurring character in the form of himself as a sleazy/demonic advertiser, and Pauly P is the name of a non-sequitur-happy tragic gangsta guy.
"Hi, I'm Hipster Superman. You probably haven't heard of me, I'm pretty obscure."
And then there's Everyday Dubstep, which features Paul being cursed by a hipster Sadako. "Before you die, you see the empty scenester hype."
Week 151 is "5 Second Films: Special Edition", where the team has taken pot shot after pot shot at George Lucas and his "improvements" of the original Star Wars trilogy, either adding in needless Conspicuous CGI to classic videos, bowlderizing some of the more vulgar ones, or editing them in ways that are Completely Missing the Point and ruining the original joke. For anybody who didn't get the joke with Brian looking like George Lucas, sitting in his director's seat the whole time in front of nothing but green screens, and having a constant cup of coffee in his hand, along with a Suspiciously Similar Song version of the Star Wars opening playing after each video, in the last one they used footage and sound clips from Episode III (Darth Vader's NO! scene)
The description of The Popular Girl's Graduation Speech explains that, despite the popular girl managing to rise above her teenage pregnancy to a six-figure job, her baby grew up to be a hateful piece of shit, because her mom wouldn't stop listening to late-period Bon Jovi.