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What We Do In the Shadows (2015) Sub-Review

Co-written by Jermaine Clement and Taika Waititi, this is one of the better comedies I’ve seen; or at least the best mockumentary I’ve seen. What is the biggest achievement for this film, though, is probably that it isn’t far off Tongan Ninja when it comes to how funny it is. 425 more words

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People Places Things (2015)

People Places Things is on DVD and digital platforms now via. Madman Films

New York. City of love, loss, and plenty of creative angst. It’s practically a genre by now! 304 more words

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What We Do In The Shadows (2014): The hilarious Banality of Evil

Showing the more mundane side of the lives of supernatural creatures for comedy purposes is not exactly a fresh concept. Nor are the genres of the horror comedy and the “mockumentary”. 1,360 more words

Flight of the Conchords announce "Flight of the Conchords sing Flight of the Conchords Tour"

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Grammy Award-winning folk comedy duo Flight of the Conchords (aka Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie) will return to the U.S. this summer. The “Flight of the Conchords sing Flight of the Conchords Tour,” is their first since co-headlining 2014’s “Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Tour.” Jemaine and Bret have new material in the works, which they’ll showcase exclusively at these shows. 387 more words

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Films You Should Watch- What We Do In The Shadows

What We Do In The Shadows (2014)

Starring: Jermaine Clement, Taika Waititi, Rhys Darby

Directors: Jermaine Clement, Taika Waititi

Synopsis

A documentary crew films a group of vampires who share a flat in a suburb of Wellington, New Zealand.   946 more words

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Do you Ski at the Sundance Film Festival? | The Official Blog of Deer Valley Resort

In my life as an avid skier and a journalist, my worlds collide in funny ways. The Sundance Film Festival—which brings a huge contingent of my professional community to my front door—is a great example of this. 56 more words

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People Places Things (2015) [Review]

Ever since the end of Flight of the Conchords, fans have been anticipating anything that has either of the duo hit the screen. For Bret, we have hardly seen/heard him except for his award-winning musical numbers in The Muppet Movies, but as for Jermaine, he has been littered across our screens over the last 6 years taking up roles in the likes of Gentleman Broncos, Men in Black 3 and the excellent… 362 more words

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