Get a room, you two.
Well, a high school reunion, which I suppose in the most technical sense, is a party.
It probably won’t star Leary. He’s got something else going.
If you loved Groundhog Day but felt there were too few jokes about Bill Murray’s penis, then Premature is the film for you.
It takes a village.
As long as he screams at us, we’ll be ok.
It’s the anti-CBS
The hipster lifestyle is like the fountain of youth for comedy writers.
That’s “series” plural. Two series. Each from one man.
If Billy Crystal found his way to this awards show, they would shoot him on sight.
At least it’s not 3D.
Is that the kid from ‘The Sandlot’?
The best Independent Film Channel movies include movies are shocking and stunning. The movies are made with only a little money; however, the movies make big impressions. "Tigerland"- This serious…
Liv Tyler, Charlie Hunnam, Patrick Wilson and Terrence Howard star in a movie that was the backdrop for a Screen Junkies controversy. (Whoa.)
All you have to know is that it’s indie and I liked it before anyone else did.
I wasn’t necessarily looking forward to another fake news show, but “The Onion News Network” is actually really funny. This is more of a satire about the social themes portrayed in news.
A series of sketches featuring Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein centering on different aspects of Portland, OR. It’s all really obvious and it feels like improv topics that were contrived to be funny, but not actually inspired.
I was pretty vocal with my disappointment that David Cross's "The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret" wouldn't air on American television. I mean, c'mon, those lucky Brits have the world on a string — awesome weather, those Jedward guys, and unsurpassed prevention of prostitute murder. Well, it was rumored before and now it's official. Beginning this fall, IFC will air David Cross's fish out of water comedy as well as two other very funny series. A TV version of The Onion News Network (Winter 2011) and the Kids in the Hall reunion series "Kids in the Hall: Death Comes to Town" (August 2010) have earned slots on the channel's schedule. Elsewhere, Comedy Central will be airing reruns of "Krod Mandoon" and "Naked Trucker & T-Bone's Show" ad nauseum. (Time)