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The start of the fall television season always is full of hope and promise of fresh programming. Both new and returning shows fight for television viewers, and some freshman series quickly fall victim to the network axe. What has happened Read more…

Here are some great sites to check out – hopefully you will find some interesting and hilarious web comics!

It is in fact Matthew Broderick, and it has the music. Color me excited!

Television has always been a medium of great success or nose-diving failures. Some last, some pass but no matter the brilliance or utter depravity of a show, they all have something in common: characters.

We’ve come a long way from the days of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and Marilyn Monroe and Tom Ewell’s romance in “The Seven Year Itch”. Now movie producers are looking for ways to wedge romantic plots into anything they can get their hands on – it’s no wonder that there have been more romantic comedies in the last five years than all of the other years of film combined!

Louis CK is the hardest working comic in the business. After years on the road as a stand-up comedian, working gigs and honing his raw tone and sharp insight into a funnel for social satire and jabs at the ridiculous nature of culture, he has finally found the perfect outlet for his unflinching humor and surprisingly touching intellect: FX.

It wasn’t so long ago that a single year could produce more than one film that could be put on a shelf amongst the greats. The most recent example is 2007, with “No Country for Old Men” and “There Will Be Blood” standing proud as prime exhibits of creative force and the possibilities of a year in film that shines a light on more than one masterpiece. But even these seemed two amongst thousands in an otherwise standard year.

With the rate that films enter and exit a theater, it comes as no surprise that a good film will often go unrecognized. Such was the case with “Cedar Rapids” a slow burner of a film that starts methodically but slowly and relentlessly builds into a raucous and hilarious ride through the titular city.

We’re back once again to make sure that you’ll never again be the only person in your group who totally did not catch that film reference. Wait, that was a film reference?

What sets HBO apart from most other networks is the stations uncompromising dedication to quality, which is on full display in one of the networks first comedy hits, “The Larry Sander’s Show”.

We present the ultimate guide to trading movies to watch with your woman – a chart that can tell you exactly what you have to sit through in order to make her watch one of your favorite movies.

Using the help of three major fans, the Muppets must reunite in order to save their studio from a greedy oil tycoon.

Everybody likes Mario Kart right? But how many hardcore kart fans out there actually try to live out the unique and groundbreaking video game?

There is a Nazi colony on dark side of the moon!! What more could you want?

Nothing is free in life – free Nazi treasure comes with a price – zombies.

While this Dateline series is something we all love watching, the actual show does not even come close to what this parody episode offers: Perfect Satire.

The ultimate Street Fighter battle: Edgar versus Fernando. Who will win? Nice.