When I came across the title The 40 Year Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It on IMDb my brain shut down and went into an automated fear response of rapid Googling to confirm whether or not it was some kind of hoax. It is not. This is a full-on, feature length, distributed by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, motion picture (thank the comedy Gods it isn't getting a theatrical release).

And though you'd rightfully expect that this is a stepchild of the same team who put together cash-in spoofs like Meet the Spartans and both Epic and Disaster Movies, The 40 Year Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It has nothing to do with either Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer, which means that we can now add a third name to the list of the horsemen of the apocalypse: Craig Moss.

Moss' sole credit to date is the 8-minute short film Saving Ryan's Privates, which I always thought was a joke title and not something someone had actually brought into the world. It stars Bryan Callen as the Steve Carrell surrogate who gets Mircea Monroe pregnant while proceeding to re-enact every major event from the most notable films to come out of the Judd Apatow camp. And while I would absolutely love to keep going on and on and on about this wonderful, unique cinematic angel on our horizon, I think I'll just let the trailer speak for itself.

Note: Cinematical is not responsible for the severe ocular strain you'll soon endure from an unprecedented amount of eye rolling.

WARNING: The following video is NSFW. It features foul language, nudity and is sexually explicit.