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Finally!!! Louis C.K. To Host SNL!!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Oct 21st, 2012

Hi, Bryan Here….

SNL has announced that Louis C.K. will host the November 3rd episode of SNL with musical guest ‘Fun’.  It’s about fucking time this has happened.  I just happened to catch Louie last night in Dallas.  He was of course, brilliant and hilariously funny. My jaw hurt from laughing so hard.

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Find Out Who Hosts SNL in February!!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jan 11th, 2012

Hi Bryan Here….

Channing Tatum makes his debut as host on February 4. Tatum can next be seen alongside Jonah Hill in the feature film “21 Jumpstreet” due out March 16. His past film credits include “Coach Carter,” “Step Up,” “Stop-Loss,” and “Dear John.”

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See Who Hosts ‘SNL’ In October!!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Sep 26th, 2011

Hi Bryan Here…..

NEW YORK  – September 26, 2011 – Ben Stiller, a former SNL cast member, returns to studio 8H for his second time as host on October 8.

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Hi Bryan Here….

Starting this Saturday through October 1st, SNL will air a few re-runs leading up to September 24th which will be an all-new SNL.  The schedule is as follows.

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Jay Pharoah Signs with SNL…A Must Watch

by Gumbercules9000 on Sep 8th, 2010

Newcomer Jay Pharoah just signed to be on the new cast of SNL.  Now there has not been a decenet episode of SNL in a very long time.  The episode where Betty White hosted was pretty funny, but other than that, I believe SNL has lost their edge.

Well hopefully this new cast can bring it back to the top.  Jay Pharoah is a master impressionist and I do not say that lightly.  i might be one of the best I have ever seen.  He does spot on impressions of Will Smith, Denzel Washington, Chris Tucker, President Obama, Eddie Murphy, Bernie Mac, and others.  I have heard a few other impressions of his and they were not that good, but the ones I mentioned are the best I have ever heard.  I am very much looking forward to seeing him perform.

The link will take you to a clip of him impersonating Denzel Washington and Will Smith being interviewed on a movie shoot they were on and didn’t work out.  Needless to say it is gut wrenchingly funny.  If you look around some more you might find the President Obama video which is also hilarious.

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“Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga is just sweet and funny enough.”

Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams join some of their frequent collaborators and friends for a new musical romantic comedy called Eurovision Song Contest: The Story Of Fire Saga, debuting exclusively on Netflix. Ferrell is in rare form as he catapults himself into his oddball Icelandic character where McAdams holds her own as a magnificent screen presence of talent, comedy, and beauty as the two sing outlandish tunes in front of the world while struggling to catch that romantic hook with one another. It’s a bit too long at two hours, but there is enough charm, wit, and enough Ferrell physical comedy that results in a sweet movie for Netflix.

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Here is the super spectacular 89th episode of the most fun horror podcast under the MULTI-MEDIA MEN banner called ‘My Bloody Podcast‘, where the show is related to all things HORROR! Here on this new episode, hosts  Bryan Kluger from Boomstick ComicsHigh Def Digest , Screen Rant, and Preston Barta of Fresh Fiction and the Denton Record-Chronicle talk about everything we love about horror movies, tv shows, and horror-themed music. Hollywood screenplay writer Jeff Howard joins us as we discuss Our Feature Presentation this week – 1996’s ESCAPE FROM L.A.!

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THE KING OF STATEN ISLAND – Film Review!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jun 8th, 2020

 

” The King of Staten Island is the next step in the heartfelt comedy world. “

Film Director Judd Apatow has an uncanny ability in telling a transformative story about a character who at first is rough and ragged around the edges, but by the end of the tale is a magnificent piece of human existence, willing and ready to be better, which is what most people strive for in life – – complete with unlimited humor. With Apatow’s latest film The King of Staten Island, the SNL funnyman Pete Davidson gives a hefty dose of his personal life that mixes perfectly with Apatow’s brand of comedy and storytelling about a 24-year-old man still struggling to deal with the death of his father when he was a child and navigating his mundane life, not realizing what wonderful elements are surrounding him. The King of Staten Island is poignant and significant in dealing with grief and growing up, along with some gleefully funny sequences that mold flawlessly with some heartfelt emotions in what is to be Apatow’s best film to date.

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Holiday Movie Round-Up 2018!

by Gumbercules9000 on Dec 27th, 2018

Holmes & Watson

 

First movie I have walked out of by choice in years. What a steaming pile of crap. I knew it was bad going in, considering they didn’t even try to promote it in any way, shape, or form. There was only one trailer I’m aware of and the same TV spot played occasionally during sporting events. When a studio has a comedy they believe will be successful coming out on Christmas they promote the hell out of it. I wish they buried this one even deeper than they did. I didn’t walk out to make some high brow “cool guy” statement.

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Film Review: ‘The Happytime Murders’!

by Gumbercules9000 on Aug 23rd, 2018

The Happytime Murders is the worst movie I’ve sat through in 2018. It isn’t funny or clever or charming or enjoyable or just so stupid you laugh. It is a horrible script with even worse acting blasted into your poor eyeballs for an hour and twenty-five minutes. This is a terrible one, guys. I hate to say it but avoid this.

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Film Review: ‘Never Goin’ Back’!!

by Janet White on Aug 10th, 2018

Hello Everyone, Janet W. here…

A friend is there through thick and thin. Right there, to draw a penis on your face while you are fast asleep. That is the opening scene of the hilarious adventures of Angela (Maia Mitchell) and Jessie (Camila Morrone) two young waitresses trying to make a way. Never Goin’ Back is based on the true story of its creator and director, Augustine Frizzell. I had the privilege of interviewing Frizzell (more on that awesome experience later), but first here are some reasons to watch this arduous girl power film. Angela and Jessie are high school dropouts that share a house with Jessie’s special in the head brother, Dustin (Joel Allen). On the eve of Jessie’s 17th birthday, Angela comes up with the perfect gift for her dearest friend. The gift sets into motion a trail of calamitous events, drugs, innuendos, and literally a holy crap moment.

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‘Brigsby Bear’ is coming to Blu-ray!

by Gumbercules9000 on Nov 8th, 2017

Brigsby Bear‘ is coming to Blu-ray and Digital Streaming on November 14th from Sony Pictures. You might have missed ‘Brigsby Bear‘ in the theaters, but it’s one you shouldn’t miss at home. The film is written by Kyle Mooney and directed by Dave McCary, who both still work at ‘SNL‘. The film stars Mooney, Claire Danes, Mark Hamill, Greg Kinnear, and Matt Walsh  and is a mix of comedy and emotions about a young man, setting out to make a movie. There’s so much more to it than that, but I don’t want to give anything away. Bonus features will include deleted scenes, a commentary track, deleted scenes, and more. More below.

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Film Review: ‘Battle of the Sexes’!!

by Janet White on Sep 22nd, 2017

Hello Everyone, Janet W. here…

The year was 1972; Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) had just won the US Open. Thrust into the mainstream limelight, emerged into the Women’s Lib movement, and treated as the lesser sex by the world, King breaks free from the bonds of the United States National Lawn Tennis Association. The USNLTA paid the female players considerably less than the male players for illogical reasons like men are the big ticket sellers; men need the money for their families, etc. With her trusted friend and manager, Gladys Heldman (Sarah Silverman), along with her and other female tennis players the face of tennis was forever changed.

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Hi everyone, Bryan here….

This movie sounds like so much fun and a little like that 1980’s horror film by Lamberto Bava called Demons, which followed a bunch of people attending a movie screening of a horror film, only to find out that there was an evil force that turned them into blood thirsty demons. This new film though is called Blood Fest and comes from the Rooster Teeth team, which brought us Red vs Blue and Lazer Team.

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Favorite Movie Scene of the Day #9!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jul 6th, 2017

Hi everyone, Bryan here….

One of my favorite pastimes is singing out loud while driving or riding in the car with someone. I imagine most of us at one point or another have belted out our favorite tunes by ourselves or with our friends in the car, no matter how short a trip. There’s just something fun about singing along with our favorite musicians at the top of our lungs. Perhaps the best scene dedicated to singing in the car with your friends was conceived by Penelope Spheeris who gave us the iconic and amazing documentaries The Decline of Western Civilization that took an in depth and personal look at the punk rock scene. If you haven’t seen these films, I highly suggest you do immediately.

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