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ABC Film Challenge - Best of 2018 - S - Sorry to Bother You (2018)

Director: Boots Riley

Writer: Boots Riley (Screenplay)

Starring: Lakeith Stanfield, Tessa Thompson, Jermain Fowler, Omaria hardwick, Terry Crew, Patton Oswalt, David Cross, Danny Glover, Steven Yeun, Armie Hammer… 734 more words


Blogging the 61st Grammys Category 57 – Best Comedy Album

For albums containing at least 51% playing time of new recordings.

ANNIHILATION – Patton Oswalt
NOBLE APE… 219 more words

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Syfy Sets Return Date For 'Happy!', Releases Season 2 Trailer

Syfy’s Happy! is returning just in time to – as one of the characters insists in this new trailer – make Easter great again. The network has set March 27 for the Season 2 premiere. 206 more words

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Comedy Oddities: Freaks Of Nature

When you’ve got a cast that includes Nicholas Braun, Bob Odenkirk, Mackenzie Davis, Keegan-Michael Key, Patton Oswalt, Mae Whitman, and Joan Cusack and the plot revolves around a world where vampires and zombies co-exist with humanity and it’s a comedy horror with a script from Oren Uziel, the man behind the surprisingly great 22 Jump Street, you’d think you’d have a recipe for glorious madness, right? 625 more words

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The Circle

Released 04/28/2017                              Rated: PG-13

I wanted to see this movie when it came out, but when we heard the bad reviews we didn’t try so hard. 522 more words


Comedians Beg Artie Lange to Seek Help For Drug Addiction

Comedians close to Artie Lange, “MADtv” star and former sidekick on “The Howard Stern Show,”  have taken to Twitter to urge the struggling comedian to seek treatment for severe drug addiction. 563 more words


SyFy’s Happy!

You hear the expression ‘like nothing else out there’ used a lot these days, but I promise you there *really* is nothing else on TV like SyFy’s Happy!, an hysterically haywire slice of hyper stylized pandemonium that doesn’t so much genre bend as it does take out each genre with a firing squad and gleefully blast a trail wholly it’s own. 699 more words

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