Funny lads Zach Galifianakis, Seth Rogen, and Bill Hader will play astronauts in The Something, a comedy about an all-male, marooned-in-space crew that finally encounters another ship after years of isolation.
Wigs, pointy ears, swords, and a lotta fake fire—all make a robust showing on this brand-new poster for fantasy parody Dudes & Dragons, which slathers layers of cheese on the Lord of the Rings genre. Many, many layers of cheese, from the looks of it.
No, Angel From Hell hasn’t miraculously become a good TV show yet. It does still have Jane Lynch being kind of bizarre while surrounded by cardboard characters. Here’s the best scene, where Lynch decides to help Allison “face her fears,” by showing up as a terrifying clown.
Before Joe Cornish directed Attack the Block (and cowrote Ant-Man and Tintin), he was one half of the Adam and Joe Show, which was one of our favorite British comedy shows. And they used to make truly weird movie spoofs with stuffed animals and other toys. Here’s their riff on Se7en.
The new Ghostbusters movie is still half a year away, but at least now we’re starting to get teased with some pretty sweet images. Yesterday, we saw our first official cast picture. Now feast your eyes on four posters, one for each of our new heroes.
In horror-comedy short Invaders, a pair of bickering robbers (played by Jordan Woods-Robinson and Ricky Wayne of The Walking Dead) cycle through a series of disguises before deciding to barge a stately home wielding axes and wearing Pilgrim masks. Bad move, guys. Baaaaad move.
So you’re casting about for something fun to watch on Thanksgiving. You’ve already seen the grande dame of B-movie turkeys about turkeys: Blood Freak. Your search turns up a 2009 ultra low-budget bit o’ giblet entitled ThanksKilling. Is it worth it? Well ...
It’s been a while since we’ve been as excited about a new show as we are about Ash vs Evil Dead, which expands the world of Sam Raimi’s movies with humor, horror, and so much glorious Bruce Campbell. We spoke with executive producer Craig DiGregorio to learn what’s next for the show.
The Writers Guild of America put out a list of what they think the 101 funniest screenplays are and it’s filled with all time classics and favorites and movies that are watchable over and over again. We put together a video showing scenes from the top seven on the list and it definitely makes us want to watch…
You think the sitcom Last Man on Earth has a weird spin on post-apocalyptic survival and the problems of the one man left alive? Check out this bizarre skit from In Living Color, in which the last man on Earth has an uncomfortable awakening.
Brilliant Comedy Central show Key and Peele debuted in 2012, and it ends tonight (sniffle). Over the past five seasons, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele have hinted at their not-so-secret geeky leanings on several occasions. Here, we compile our favorite nerdy moments from the show.
Tonight’s episode of Key & Peele was pretty geeky overall—there was a long sequence about Game of Thrones. But the penultimate Key & Peele also included a fricken brilliant running gag about Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Cosmos.
Comedy Central’s hilarious Drunk History—a show in which comedians get sloppy-drunk and share historical tales, which then are acted out by sober actors who earnestly lip-sync every slurred line of dialogue—kicked off its third season last night with a little special something for science geeks.
What will life in the future be like as the line between human and machine starts to blur? Well, if it’s anything like the aptly titled short film Posthumanismaniarama!, life will be kind of ridiculous, even when the technology is working exactly as it should.
Scream Queens’ Jamie Lee Curtis is perfection. On the gory new campus comedy from Glee’s Ryan Murphy, the horror legend plays a deliciously arch, newly-promoted Dean of Students who haaates sororities. We saw the first episode, and wondered: can the rest of the show keep up with Curtis?
The first Ted movie, about a teddy bear toy that comes to life for its boy owner, and causes major trouble when that boy becomes a grown-up, was gleefully dirty and intermittently hilarious. Its sequel takes a new direction, swapping raunch for earnestness. It’s problematic, to say the least.
Although HBO’s been gathering accolades for genre drama with Game of Thrones, next year could bring it into the realm of genre comedy, a niche that the premium network has left untouched. Until now.
Everybody knows that Obi-Wan Kenobi is a lying, deceitful bastard. But you probably didn’t fully contemplate just what an untrustworthy git he really is. This fake Star Wars “deleted scene,” from the Canadian comedy series The Irrelevant Show, clears a lot of things up.