June 1, 2017

Comedy Movies of Summer 2017: The Complete List…So Far

Get ready for a summer of action-packed, hilarious, romantic, cheesy, and critically acclaimed movies. From indie films like Dean and Folk Hero & Funny Guy to bigger blockbusters like Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Snatched, there’s a wide range of personalities to pick from. You can go with an animated, action-comedy, romance, a remake, a sequel, or a totally original film. With a variety of flicks to choose from, we compiled a full list of comedies to check out. Which ones are you going to go see?
March 21, 2017

Vaudeville is Back – Ian Abramson Presents Comics, Music, and Even a UFO Expert

This week I checked out Modern Vaudeville, a show presented by experimental comedian Ian Abramson. It was a fun night with comedians, performers showing their musical […]
January 26, 2017

Andy Kindler and John Early are the Highlights of Riot LA: Old School and New School

Riot LA: What You Missed This year’s Riot LA took over downtown Los Angeles for a weekend of amazing comedy lineups. Riot LA is a festival […]
January 24, 2017

What Did Bert Kreischer Do to Prepare to Perform with Scott Stapp? Absolutely Nothing!

Start getting excited for Comedy Central's The Comedy Jam. No date announced yet for when this eight episode season will kick in, but we can't wait for everyone to be able to watch some of our favorite comedians turn into rock stars for a night.
August 23, 2016

Book Look: 10 New Things We Learned About Amy Schumer from Her New Book

Amy Schumer is used to being praised for staying true to herself while also being incredibly famous. The praise is deserved because she seems to have a […]
August 10, 2016

Cameron Esposito’s Bold New Sitcom; Why Two Wives Are Better Than One

Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher are on fire. Along with regularly sold out shows, the comedy power couple host “Put Your Hands Together”, a weekly stand-up […]
August 3, 2016

Improv is All Around You: The 12 Biggest Stars Right Now that Come from an Improv Background

Mike Birbiglia is a respected figure in the improv world and the comedy scene in general. He comes from a strong improv background, specifically in college […]
June 18, 2016

Nick Kroll Says He’s Open To Taking More Kroll Show Characters Center Stage

This week, Sarah Jacobs had the opportunity to chat with Nick Kroll, one of the funniest, and from what she learned after speaking with him, most […]
May 24, 2016

The Union of the State Lets You Be a Fly on the Wall

Reading The Union of the State feels like you’re sitting in a room listening to a tight-knit group of people you don’t know share nostalgia stories. Only in this case, their stories are really interesting.
May 3, 2016

The Complete List of the Comedy Movies of Summer 2016…So Far

Summer 2016 has some fantastic comedies coming out all through the season. The Lonely Island have created a hilarious looking mockumentary. Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key are debuting their first big feature together. And the most intriguing on the list, Kevin Spacey is playing a cat. This year also has sequels from much loved originals like Project X, Bridget Jones’s Diary, and Neighbors. From blockbusters to indie films, this year has some great choices! Which ones are you most excited for?
April 9, 2016

Elizabeth Banks’ WhoHaHa; Upbeat and Bright, But More Targeted to Trendy Millennials Than Older Women

This week, I had to chance to check out WhoHaHa, a new female-centric comedy website created by actress, director, and producer Elizabeth Banks. The website is a conglomerate of clips from comedians, YouTube personalities, Vine stars, and more. It’s similar to FunnyorDie, except it is entirely women based. It’s a home for Elizabeth and her team to bring together the best female-created videos all in one spot.
March 14, 2016

10 Things We Learned About Bonnie McFarlane From Her Amazing New Book

One of the biggest talents Bonnie McFarlane is known for is her writing, which explains why her new book is so hard to put down. You’re Better Than Me entertains us with hilarious anecdotes and wild childhood memories from chapter to chapter. Bonnie is also known for speaking her mind, which is why you learn so much about her from the book. Though we created a list of 10 things we learned about her, it barely scratches the surface in this jam-packed read. Want to hear more? Buy the book. Bonnie will also be doing an hour long interview in front of a live audience on Tuesday night in NYC. Here's how you can get free tickets.
March 5, 2016

Experiencing a Strictly PC Comedy Open Mic

If you’ve never been to an open mic that bans material involving misogyny, transphobia, racism, homophobia, or body shaming, I’m here to tell you what it’s like.
March 3, 2016

Audience Member Gets Meltdown Tattoo During Show

Hosted by Jonah Ray and Kumail Nanjiani, The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail is a popular weekly stand up comedy show that headlines big names. This […]
February 25, 2016

Paul F. Tompkins: Political Correctness Keeps Comedy Fresh

If you think you know where you stand on the issue of political correctness, you might change your mind after you watch Paul F. Tompkins’ new video.