When ‘We Hate Movies’ Mined the Misguided ‘My Father the Hero’ for Abundant Hilarity
Pod-Canon is an ongoing tribute to the greatest individual comedy-related podcast episodes of all time. They say that if something exists, there’s pornography about it. I suspect it’s also true that if you see a flamboyantly terrible movie that’s not entirely obscure, there&rs... [Read More]
Nick Offerman gave some great writing advice during a SXSW Q+A
Nick Offerman is at SXSW, promoting two new films — comedies Infinity Baby and The Hero — and the actor / writer took… MORE Nick Offerman gave some great writing advice during a SXSW Q+A appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Jackie Kashian Shows That These Days, There’s No Such Thing as an Apolitical Comedian
As irritated as I was when people said, “If Trump gets elected it will be good for comedy,” I have to admit that they were kind of right. Jackie Kashian’s new album I Am Not the Hero of This Story (out tomorrow on StandUp! Records) is evidence of this. The album is not an entirely ... [Read More]
“Max the Hero” (with MST3K’ers Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy, and Bill Corbett) to Screen at NY Television Pilot Festival | NashvilleStandUp.com
The animated comedy “Max the Hero” stars and was written by Mystery Science Theater 3000‘s and RiffTrax.com’s Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy, and Bill Corbett. It was produced, directed and co-written by Nashville’s Mike Salva. In the show, Max (voiced by Bill Corbett), is an accidental superhero who is kind of a lazy jerk. He never actually saves anybody. His jealous roommate, Stew (voiced by Michael J. Nelson), becomes his arch-rival. And they both injure their buddy Chip (voiced by Kevin Mur... [Read More]