Top 5 Simpsons Episodes
The Simpsons is one of the all-time most beloved shows, captivating millions for 25 years, and with 26 series’ and 565 episodes under its belt, it is better than ever. Everybody has their favourite classic Simpsons episodes, but which have we picked as the top 5? Check out our choices ...... [Read More]
Meet Me In New York: Mehran Khaghani
What do they say about New York City: There are eight million stories, and sometimes it seems as though eight million of the people telling them think they're comedians? No, that's not it. It is a fact, though, that America's biggest city is also its biggest comedy mecca. Hollywood may be Hollywood... [Read More]
The Tall Blonde Man With One Black Shoe
Pierre Richard is one of the great French physical comedians. The Tall Blond Man With One Black Shoe is his most celebrated film. Le Jouet / The Toy is a close second. Film Movement had the brilliant idea to perfectly restore and re-release this classic comedy on Blu-ray. If you ... [Read More]
Oh and You Were Good Too
Ryan Maglunob is a young comic with a solid first indie CD titled Oh … and You Were Good Too. Like most first comedy releases, the material covers a wide range of topics and is basically biographical. As a comic, Maglunob needs to have lived a few ... [Read More]
Pretty From the Back
I really enjoyed Pretty From The Back by Phil Johnson and the Roadside Attraction. Johnson, who looks like he unsuccessfully escaped from an eighties hair band cover group is a very funny guy who can tell a story and has quite a few original observations to share. This is a ... [Read More]
My Big Break
Shane Mauss' My Big Break is worth every penny of your comedy dollar. There's not a bad moment and those who enjoy smart comedy that makes you think a bit will appreciate it even more. My Big Break opens with the story of Mauss breaking both his heels doing “dumb ... [Read More]
Home Of The Good Laughs
You cannot get a better bang for your comedy dollar that Stand Up! Records' Home of the Good Laugh MP3 album. The album features 12 stand-up comics and there is not a bad adult oriented set in the bunch. The comics featured here are, in order, Grant Lyon, ... [Read More]
It Was OK, Stand Up! Records
I was not surprised when Stand Up! Records picked up David Heti's indie release It Was Ok. The label, a personal fave, has a long history of very unique comics like Dylan Brody or Marc Maron. It also has an excellent ear for new talent as its signing of Jamie ... [Read More]
Thirty One
A comic in his early thirties is at a crossroads: Too old for the college crowd and that kind of material, too young for the kind of material that will interest the married crowd. This is something Michael Malone cleverly faces head on in Thirty One, a solid show that ... [Read More]
With such renowned thespians as Ron Jeremy (Terms of Endowment, 21 Hump Street) and Dustin Diamond (the original Chia head model and Screech in Saved by the Bell) and leads that do not have their picture on IMDB, you know Tetherball has to be something just too weird not to ... [Read More]