Tag Archives: Comedy

PODCAST: Central American History X 3: Electric Boogaloo

[audio http://traffic.libsyn.com/letsgetdangerous/lgdp3.mp3] I’m back with another installment in the Let’s Get Dangerous pod-canon, and do we have a doozy for you this week! In Stream of Consciousness, I’m joined by the Deadly Doll herself. Emily from Gleekast, The Feminine Critique and … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Ted (2012)

I’m not a big Family Guy fan, its sense of humour rarely amuses me. On the flipside, I do like Massachusetts accents and comedy songs about weather. Both of which were present in the trailer, so I decided to give Ted … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Ed and His Dead Mother (1993)

Steve Buscemi plays a nebbish mama’s boy who spends his inheritance having his mother brought back from the grave, only for her to turn into a flesh hungry member of the living dead.

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REVIEW: Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny (2006)

Rock novelty Tenacious D take to the big screen to tell the events leading up to their only genuine real world hit, Tribute. And it’s everything you expect it will be.

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REVIEW: Vegas Vacation (1997)

The Griswald’s take a trip to sunny Las Vegas so Ellen and Clarke can renew their wedding vows but in true Griswald fashion, things go very wrong.

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REVIEW: Chuck & Buck (2000)

erpetual manchild Buck is obsessed with his former best friend and successful record company exec, Charles (or, y’know, Chuck). Buck is pretty nuts, and Chuck is a vapid douchebag. I was 15 when this film came out, and for some … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Tucker and Dale Versus Evil (2010)

Two bumbling rednecks find themselves embroiled in a slasher type plot in which theyare the killers. Except not. An original premise, and one I can’t believe hasn’t been explored before. This film is a joy from start to finish replete with … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Howard The Duck (1986)

Classic flops don’t come any cultier than this, do they? It’s got everything: A big name cast, a little guy in a duck suit, gut-eating aliens, Tim Robbins not being able to find the his act switch, and to top … Continue reading

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REVIEW: An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn (1997)

Eric Idle stars as a director who is so unhappy with his film that he want his credit removed. Except the only pseudonym allowed by the Director’s Guild is Alan Smithee, but, oh no, that is actually his name. Hilarious, right? … Continue reading

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