Follow-up videos: Comedians join activists at Occupy Wall Street
As the Occupy Wall Street movement enters its fourth week and expands to activist protests in Los Angeles and elsewhere around America, it's becoming more difficult to dismiss this as an unorganized, unmotivated lark. In 2008, the disenchanted masses... [Read More]
Interview: Tim Heidecker of Tim and Eric chats on DVD and more!
Brilliant, absurdist sketch comedy freaks Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim gave us a fifth season of genius this year and their Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! DVD (out now!) brought even more tender morsels of awkward humor than I could have ev... [Read More]
Tim Heidecker Interview | Tiny Mix Tapes
"I know that we don't do anything flippantly. We don't do anything without great care and thought and concern. It's just a personal show. Everything we do comes from a really personal place. Most shows have a writing staff of 30 people, and their objective is to entertain as many people as possible. Our objective, like a lot of music and independent films, is just to basically get out of our heads what's in our heads. That's really all we're concerned with doing." [Read More]
Tim And Eric's Billion Dollar Movie begins filming, Oscar campaigning | The A.V. Club
Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim have confirmed that they’ve started shooting Tim And Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie, a long-rumored project which Tim and Eric continue to insist is being bankrolled by a budget of $1 billion, making it the most fake-expensive movie in cinema history. [Read More]
Trailer for Tim and Eric's New Short "The Terrys" Hitting Sundance
When Robert Redford first chaired what would grow to become the Sundance Film Festival, it was with the dream of supporting American-made independent films. That, and also providing a venue for films where men wearing nightmare drag dry hump each other whilst making animal noises. And the dream lives to this day, with Tim and Eric's short The Terrys, which is screening at Sundance. [Read More]
The Comedy Trends of 2010 | SplitSider
2010 had much to celebrate in the way of new comedy styles. Movies, not so much.. but there were more than a few people picking up cinema's slack and revolutionizing the genre from a different medium. And with revolutions come trends. With trends come power. With power comes responsibility. And with that, I give you the Comedy Trends of 2010. [Read More]
Did Saturday Night Live rip off Tim And Eric... and Hardcore TV? | The A.V. Club
This weekend’s season premiere of Saturday Night Live rehashed plenty of its past successes (or “successes,” if you’re of the opinion that ”Bronx Beat” and One-Legged Farting Girl don’t really count), but did the show also rip off one of its few original sketches from Tim And Eric? That’s sort of how Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim felt after seeing the Kristen Wiig-starring “Ladies Who Lunch,” about two women trying to outdo each other with a succession of increasingly tiny hats—a premise some... [Read More]
Tim and Eric announce a holiday "Chrimbus Spectacular 2010" tour | Pop Candy
Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, creators of Adult Swim's Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, are hitting the road again. Starting Nov. 1 fans across the country will be able to see the duo live on their "Chrimbus Spectacular 2010" tour. Tickets go on sale Sept. 17. [Read More]
Dear Tim & Eric.. multimedia tips about love, sex, and romance | The A.V. Club
In honor of Valentine's Day, we asked Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim—co-creators of Tom Goes To The Mayor and Tim And Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!—to answer questions about love, sex, and romance submitted by A.V. Club readers online. Because they're multimedia mad men, many of the answers they submitted were in video and audio form. [Read More]
Tim & Eric benefit provides sneak peek at "Check it Out with Dr. Steve Brule" | AST
Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim and John C. Reilly are throwing a benefit for Haiti that will provide sneak peeks of season five of "Awesome Show" and the forthcoming "Check It Out with Dr. Steve Brule" followed by a Q&A. The show, scheduled for 8:00 pm on Tuesday, January 26 at the Silent Movie Theatre, sold out overnight. A second show is now being added. [Read More]