John Oliver Did a Good Thing and It Went Viral

Whether by design or just because it is who you are, creating positive viral content can be exciting. But does it create long-term impact?

The Worst I Ever Bombed: Brian Regan

Comedian Brian Regan talks about his early days of stand-up and the one response you never wanna get.

‘The Lobster’ Not Your Average Love Story

The Lobster tells of a society with strict rules and a man who must follow them or become an animal.

How to Sneak Out of Work Early on National Leave Work Early Day

It is National Leave Work Early Day. Here are some pointers on how to do it. And some other fun stuff.

‘Popstar Never Stop Never Stopping’ A Stupid Comedy

Popstar Never Stop Never Stopping takes every jab it can at the pop music genre I am a fan of comedies. It is a genre that is constantly growing and evolving with each passing generation. There is slap stick comedy, dirty comedy, musical comedy and tons of other types that all aim to make people […]

This ‘Ghostbusters’ Trailer Gives Some Hope for this Reboot

The Newest Ghostbusters trailer is here chock full of new footage, freaky ghosts and better humor I have been unsure about the Ghostbusters  reboot pretty much since I heard it was being made. When I saw the first photos surface online the cast looked cool yet there wasn’t much to make me excited for this film. […]

‘Neighbors 2 Sorority Rising’ A Hilarious Sequel

I really liked Neighbors. It was a very funny movie that had its dirty moments but made up for them with a clever plot and genuine characters. When I heard they were doing a sequel I was part happy and yet also a tad concerned. Whenever Hollywood chooses to do a sequel it is either […]

‘The Nice Guys’ Pokes Fun at the Buddy Cop Genre

The Nice Guys takes a familiar type of comedy and finds ways to make it new, funny and enjoyable to watch

An Interview with E.J. De La Pena, Director of Nobility

Jay Snook got to chat with E.J. De La Pena about updates on this show, how it came to be and more

‘Keanu’ A Silly Comedy with a Bit of Heart

Keanu is all about a little kitten who is catnapped and two friends who will do anything to get him back Comedies come out quite often each year. Usually they poke fun at some type of genre and if done right can be pretty funny. Yet there are few films made like Keanu. I was […]

‘Sing Street’ A Musical Masterpiece

Sing Street is a story about a boy who meets a girl, forms a band and writes music that changes all of their lives Here is the synopsis for Sing Street: “Like his earlier films ONCE and BEGIN AGAIN, SING STREET is inspired by writer/director John Carney’s life and love for music, and tells the story […]

Be Careful What You Ask For On the Internet

You probably wouldn’t let the Internet name your baby. So what could go wrong in naming your $289 million polar research vessel?

You Can’t Say That! Lessons Learned from Stand-Up Comedian John Crist

John Crist brings the laughs on this episode of the Starve the Doubts podcast.

‘Barbershop: The Next Cut’ Takes a Real Look at a Tough Issue

The crew is back again and together have to find a way to save the neighborhood they all love I personally have not seen the other Barbershop films but I am a fan of Ice Cube’s work. He makes each of his movies special and they have been enjoyed by tons of people over the […]

A Place Where Everybody Calls You Names

Louis CK’s new show, Horace and Pete, isn’t what you’d expect.

‘The Boss’ A Comedy Some People will Enjoy

Melissa McCarthy is hit or miss with me. I liked her character in Spy and she was okay in Identity Thief, but this is because she played roles outside of her norm. I didn’t care for her much in The Heat or The Hangover 3, but to be fair that last one was bad for […]