This is a scripted comedy about filling plot holes in movies -- Jurassic Park, Ghostbusters, Batman, Rocky -- by interviewing the people who know the least: the background extras. Original characters performed by Whitmer Thomas, Anna Seregina, Eli Braden, and Demorge Brown; written, produced, and hosted by Dave Schilling and Grant Pardee. Edited by Julian Mundy. Originally created for Rooster Teeth.
The creators of The Dress Up Gang talk the twists and turns on their emotional rollercoaster, and why they've decided to release the show on their own
Whether you love sex, friendship, yourself, or bologna, these songs have you covered.
While Philo Farnsworth was building gizmos out of a loft in San Francisco, the Radio Corporation of America was already plotting domination of the yet-to-be television industry under the leadership of a man named David Sarnoff. Sarnoff recognized television’s virtually limitless potential, and he was determined to bring it to the masses — with or without the help of Philo Farnsworth.
I helped write this Nintendo Direct parody for IGN.
A look back at when Frasier "jumped the shark" for The Guardian.
I didn’t go into Pixels thinking I’d hate it when it arrived in the summer of 2015. I went in thinking that it was very hot outside and movie theaters are cool inside, but Pixels ended up being so bad it wasn’t even worth the air conditioning it was shown in. It is the only movie I’ve walked out of mid-screening.
A rip-roaring tale of code-switching and capitalism, it’s the most significant state-of-the-nation satire since Jordan Peele’s masterpiece
Marvel, Harry Potter, Transformers, Bourne, the Fast and the Furious—nobody has even come close to touching Tom Cruise's action series.
The long-running comic was recently taken over by Olivia Jaimes, who's shifted the focus from boomer humor to jokes about Snapchat, apps, and Twitter bots.
'Surfer: Teen Confronts Fear' is a surreal meditation on faith and surfing, with the writer/director/producer also starring as a ghost made of squid ink.