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Delta Farce (2007) – Larry the Cable Guy & Danny Trejo COMEDY MOVIE REVIEW – Netflix Streaming

By Geno McGahee “Prison is full of chubby chasers.” – Larry the Cable Guy I’m not a fan of Larry the Cable Guy’s standup, but I have to say that the more films I watch with him, the more I find appreciation for his comedic talent. It’s the same way that I felt about Tim […]


Wolfcop (2014) – Werewolf Cult HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee Certain horror films come out and receive a lot of hype. IT FOLLOWS is the current one that is getting the attention, but before that it was THE BABADOOK. They don’t always live up to the hype. Once again, THE BABADOOK is a good example and so I didn’t go in with […]


Sixth Episode of Hilarious Web Series HEAVY METAL SUPERSTAR Launches Tonight in LA – Comedy News

Sixth Episode of Hilarious Web Series HEAVY METAL SUPERSTAR Launches Tonight in LA Who knew comedy and heavy metal would be such a great mix? A hilarious new episode of web video series HEAVY METAL SUPERSTAR is launching on YouTube tonight, after five successful episodes tickled audiences funny-bones worldwide. El Cid Bar and Restaurant in […]


Maz Jobrani: I Come in Peace Stand up Comedy show – DVD REVIEW

By Forris Day Jr Stand up comedy is one of my favorite things to watch so I naturally enjoyed Maz Jobrani’s new DVD “I Come in Peace”. His act touches on being a Middle Eastern man in America. He is a funny guy who seems very comfortable on the stage performing his unusual brand of […]

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Brand X with Russell Brand FX TV SHOW (2012-2013)

By Melissa Antoinette Garza Admittedly, I was a Johnny-Come-Lately when it came to liking Russell Brand.  I first heard about him during a controversial practical joke that he had done with famous comedian and talk show Jonathan Ross was played on an actor Andrew Sachs.  Though it was a big deal, I didn’t pay much […]


Steve Kaplan – The Hidden Tools of Comedy Author Speaks

Podcast by Forris Day JR Forris’s guest on Coffee Shop Conversations is Steve Kaplan, a master of comedy. In his book “The Hidden Tools of Comedy” he teaches the reader how to dissect a movie scene and learn what makes it funny and what makes it not funny. Through examples he teaches you 8 tools […]


Lionhead (2013) – Romantic Comedy Movie Review

By Forris Day Jr. We live in a generation where people are scammed everyday. Just look at Facebook and you will see people falling for ridiculous things all day long. For example you will see posts where you are told to click on a picture and reply with a certain word and the picture will […]


Danger in the Manger (a.k.a. Nativity 2) – MOVIE REVIEW

By Forris Day Jr. Fans of TV shows such as “America’s Got Talent”, “Dancing With the Stars” and “The Voice” will surely love this film called “Danger in the Manger”. It is a family holiday movie that is loaded to the gills with talented singers, mostly children. This is an English movie so everyone’s got […]

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The Blood Let (2013) – Vampire Horror Movie Review

By Geno McGahee I love indie horror for the raw nature and honesty, but when you have the filmmaker totally responsible for the film without a filter, you get some things that aren’t very good. As a filmmaker of the sort, I look back at some of my work and think that another set of […]


The Burbs (1989) – Tom Hanks Horror/Comedy MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee There are a lot of movies that take pokes at the horror genre. Some do it well and some like SCARY MOVIE do not. There is not a better example of a horror film based comedy than the 1989 film “THE BURBS.” I hadn’t seen it in years and stumbled across it […]


Jim Jefferies: Fully Functional – Comedy Special review

By Forris Day Jr. If you’ve read any of my previous reviews you know that I’m a bit conservative on dirty humor, whether it be a movie or joke, I just tend to not like it. I believe that most dirty humor is way too easy and simple to do. For example someone says “grab” […]

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American Reunion (2012) – MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee In 1999, AMERICAN PIE came out and was a surprise hit. It was a raunchy comedy when the world had become accustomed to the safe PG-13 brand of humor. People related to the awkwardness of the teenage years and the film exploited that in a way that was amusing and hit home […]