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Vintage Cable Box: "National Lampoon's Class Reunion", 1982

“Most likely to die crossing the street.”

“National Lampoon’s Class Reunion”, 1982 (Gerritt Graham), ABC Motion Pictures

This is one of those very rare occasions where I remember enjoying a movie immensely when I was a kid, and then looking back at it as an adult and thinking it has either not aged well, or it was my eleven-year-old brain that supplied most of the guffaws. 636 more words



4th Row Films, 2015
Director: Douglas Tirola
Writers: Mark Monroe, Douglas Tirola
Out of 5: 4 938 more words


Laughing Bear Comedy Show -- Self Improvement

Another week of travel so an abbreviated post.  The new show is up on MixCloud with cuts from Steven Wright (“Camera”), Martin Mull (“Normal”), Reiner and Brooks (“Psychiatrist”), the Dead Alewives (“Dungeons and Dragons”), “Weird Al” (“White & Nerdy”), Steve Allen (“Man on the Street — Personal Problems”), and The Frantics (“Ti Kwan Leep/Boot to the Head”). 79 more words

Laughing Bear Comedy Show

Screening Room: 'Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead'

Remember magazines? National Lampoon was one of the best. Beyond serving as something of a thinking man’s Mad, it also fostered that upswell of talent coming out of the Chicago comedy improv scene in the 1970s and midwifed them to stardom at  133 more words

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Review – Vacation

Genre: Comedy
Certificate: 15
UK Release Date: 21st August 2015
Runtime: 99 minutes
Director: John Francis Daley
Writer: John Francis Daley, Jonathan M Goldstein
Starring: 681 more words


If You Don't Watch This Video, National Lampoon Will Kill This Dog

In 1973, National Lampoon created one of the most iconic magazine covers of all time and, in doing so, pretty much predicted the internet “clickbait” culture that we see today. 344 more words


Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story Of The National Lampoon Review | VIFF 2015

Saturday Night Live has constantly been graced as the place where comedy is found and grown upon. You either live or die on that stage, but the writing has to carry you through.  685 more words