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Today's Musical Interlude

National Lampoon’s Animal House, now regarded as a comedy classic, boasted a soundtrack of lovely late ’50s-early ’60s tunes. But the closing theme was an original song by Stephen Bishop, hearkening back to the days of sock hops, Sadie Hawkins dances, and cake walks. 59 more words

The Best and Worst of Sundance 2015 (Documentary Edition)

The Sundance Film Festival draws to a close this weekend, but your film editor is already headed home from the land of snowy mountains, altitude headaches, crowded shuttles, and indie flicks galore. 2,681 more words


Sundance Film Review: National Lampoon's Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead

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Long before The Onion and years before Saturday Night Live, three Harvard graduates — Doug Kenney, Henry Beard, and Robert Hoffman — founded America’s first national humor magazine,  861 more words


The Movie Collection: Snow Day Movies

As you’ve read about or seen on the news (or with your own eyes), the East Coast is experiencing a heavy snowstorm that has shut down many areas of the coast, New York City being one of them. 122 more words


National Lampoon's Senior Trip

I’ll bet you’re wondering why I asked you here in the middle of the night. I have a favor to ask of you, Steve, something that will be our little secret. 1,335 more words


Steve(n) W. Has Read That's Not Funny, That's Sick by Ellin Stein And Here's The Book Report To Prove It....

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Stand Up Sit Down Book Club meets this Monday! Obama unavailable for comment!” From “DEWEY DEFEATS TRUMAN” to “MISSION ACCOMPLISHED”, the long tradition of illegitimate journalism has culminated in this – … 311 more words

Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead

From the 1920s “lost generation” expats in Paris to the beat poets of 1950s’ Greenwich Village, cultural history resonates with moments in time when great, creative people came together unexpectedly. 409 more words