The R-rated, Hollywood animated film is a rare form, indeed. Other countries release them but in the U.S., a decade could pass between two. The next one is coming sooner than you think, though, and it’ll get even more niche by using stop-motion animation to take you directly to Hell.
Amazing Casting. Bob Odenkirk, Patton Oswalt and Ian Roberts join the cast of The Kitchen Sink, a genre-spanning high-school comedy, set in a town where vampires are at the top of the pecking order, with humans in the middle and zombies at the bottom.
The more seasoned television viewers among you will recall that — before playing sleazy attorney Saul "It's all good, man" Goodman on Breaking Bad — Bob Odenkirk created and co-starred in the amazing HBO comedy series Mr. Show. Here now, thanks to the hard work of Odenkirk and the rest of Mr. Show's crew, is the…
Tomorrow, the acclaimed "high school chemistry teacher turned meth kingpin" drama Breaking Bad returns for its final stretch of episodes. But at the San Diego Comic-Con today, the show's cast and creator Vince Gilligan were on hand to answer io9's most quasi-pressing questions. Here's what we learned.
We missed this news when it was announced a while back. The complete run of Get a Life, Chris Elliott's cult comedy series, is finally coming to DVD from Shout! Factory. This show, in which Chris Elliott is an overgrown paperboy who still lives with his parents, had a writing staff that included Charlie Kaufman and…
Mr. Show's 1998 sketch "Monster Parties: Fact or Fiction?" has a fascinating conceit: what if "The Monster Mash" was non-fiction? This eight-minute comedic tour de force is a pitch-perfect imitation of Unsolved Mysteries-style documentaries
Back in 1997, David Cross and Bob Odenkirk's HBO sketch comedy program Mr. Show filmed one of the most memorable depictions of the medieval scientific method ever. Remember — "All facts begin as dreams, dreamt by a wizard!"