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The Helpless Self

What is food? How do you smell yourself? How do you achieve perfect happiness?

These are but a taste of the questions that the cult-comedy duo known as Tim & Eric (Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim) promise to answer in their debut book, Zone Theory: a seven-step guide to “achieve a perfect life (instantly acquire perfect happiness in seconds).” 907 more words


Movie review: Quentin Dupieux's Reality is deliciously skewed

Reality (Réalité)

Four stars

Starring: Alain Chabat, Jonathan Lambert, Élodie Bouchez, Kyla Kenedy, Jon Heder, Eric Wareheim

Directed by: Quentin Dupieux

Running time: 87 minutes… 399 more words


Going Weird: An Interview With Tim & Eric About Their New Cult Satire 'Zone Theory'

Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim are here to help. No, not “Tim Nagrume Heidecker” and “Eric Sharm Wareheim,” the fraudulent guru characters they concocted to write their first book. 2,767 more words

When Long Dreams Include Powder Blue Skirt Suits and Platform Sandals: A Review of Quentin Dupieux's REALITY

Late into Quentin Dupieux’s new film Reality, Jason Tantra (Alain Chabat), accompanied by a rifle he’s borrowed from a stranger, checks himself into a French mental hospital conveniently located in southern California, calls his friend the French producer Bob Marshal (Jonathan Lambert) in order to tell him that he’s stuck in a nightmare and won’t be able to meet the 72-hour deadline that Marshall has allotted him in order to record the Oscar-winning groan of the century. 478 more words

Film Club

REALITY (2015)

 Greetings again from the darkness. For those who found last year’s Birdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) to be too linear and overly coherent, be sure to track down the latest from writer/director… 396 more words


New Original Netflix series from Aziz Ansari

With the directors of Parks & Rec, Aziz Ansari has co-created a new series for Netflix that “will deal with dating and relationships” – a little generic, huh? 130 more words


Review: Reality, 2015, dir. Quentin Dupieux

“If a viewer can expect anything from a Quentin Dupieux film titled Reality, it’s willful surrealism. Reality and reality pass each other like two ships in the night, and one of those ships is an impish gallimaufry stitched together from bits and pieces of… 79 more words