If you thought 'The Chronicles of Riddick' wasn't bad enough, then prepare yourself for 'The Chronicles of Rick Roll,' executive producer Andrew Fischer's new movie that pieces together a seemingly endless number of Internet memes into one surprisingly coherent story.

The story itself is simple: Rick Rolland (Fischer) meets a beautiful girl online, only to watch her get sucked into the treacherous Internet portals. In order to save her, Rick must travel inside the Internet himself, where he meets a number of Internet-made celebrities, from Bed Intruder Antoine Dodson to Double Rainbow's Paul Vasquez. It's sort of like 'TRON' meets meets 'Alice in Wonderland' meets 'Lord of the Rings' meets every other major blockbuster from the last five-to-10 years.

But before you go calling 'Rick Roll' the next 'Date Movie,' check out the trailer (after the jump), because, for all of its hyper-meta references, and as much as this author hates to admit it, it's actually kind of funny. There are a number of clever cameos (among them "Boom goes the dynamite!"'s Brian Collins) and Fischer seems to be self-aware enough to know that what he's doing is ultimately silly. Best of all, not once did it play that awful Rick Astley song.