Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar (DVD Review)

Posted by - April 10, 2021
Hold onto your culottes everyone, because Lionsgate are finally releasing the comedy movie of the year on DVD and Digital! Josh Greenbaum’s latest comedy released on Digital Platforms back in February at a premium rental price and is now available to buy on platforms such as Amazon Prime Video, Google Play Movies, iTunes/Apple TV and

Zamunda Forever – Coming 2 America (Film Review)

Posted by - March 7, 2021
Amazon Prime quickly seems to be becoming the home of belated comedy sequels. Last year they gave us Borat Subsequent Moviefilm. This year we have Coming 2 America. It's safe to say that Prince Akeem's return won't be gaining any awards like the controversial Kazakhstani but hopefully we'll see more comedy continuations from Amazon in

“What Do 16-Year-Olds Care About?” – Moxie (Film Review)

Posted by - March 1, 2021
Amy Poehler might be one of the funniest women to grace our planet. Her comic delivery and timing are incomparable as is her ability to craft a joke that’ll make your belly hurt from laughing. In 2019, Poehler directed the amusing, but forgettable Wine Country for Netflix and now returns to the streaming giant with

A Bromance For The Ages – The Climb (Film Review)

Posted by - February 8, 2021
Michael Angelo Covino has been a producer on several films. The Climb is his first go at directing a full feature. It's quite clear that he's picked up a lot of pointers from directors he's previously worked with. This is an incredible debut worth anyone's time. The Climb opens on the beautiful hills of Southern

Cake Is A Made Up Drug – A Piece Of Cake (Short Film Review)

Posted by - February 2, 2021
A Piece Of Cake is a short comedy film about a dad who's trying to get silver ball decorations for his daughter's birthday cake. He discovers that the small candies are illegal in the state of California. The dad does not wish to let down his little girl. He embarks on a dark journey through

“He’s A Beast!” – David (Short Film Review)

Posted by - January 19, 2021
David is the directorial and writing debut of Zach Woods. Many will know Woods for his roles as the awkward and/or nerdy man that skulks about in shows like The Office, Silicon Valley, and Avenue 5. He's often a welcome sight to many fans of American comedy. Now though he's trying out working behind the