Eddie Pepitone documentary The Bitter Buddha out today on DVD!

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It’s been a long and wild ride for the a little comedy documentary that could. From independent screenings to garnering praise at the Austin Film Festival, the Friars Club film fest and the Slamdance film fest to its digital release on iTunes, The Bitter Buddha is finally out on DVD. Directed by Steven Feinartz, the 90-minute flick explores the life and mind of comedian Eddie Pepitone, aka The Bitter Buddha. With appearances from the likes of Sarah Silverman, Marc Maron, Patton Oswalt, Zach Galifianakis and many others, viewers follow Pepitone to gigs, at home and beyond.

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The DVD version — out today — contains tons of bonus features, including 30 minutes of deleted scenes and archive footage, the roast of Pepitone featuring appearances by David Koechner, Henry Phillips, Dana Gould, Brody Stevens and Rick Overton and commentary with Pepitone’s podcast, The Long Shot Podcast with Sean Conroy, Paul Provenza and Feinartz. Buy your copy today!

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