feature slider

Judah Friedlander, Steven Wright, Tom Papa, more perform for Laugh For Sight

Judah Friedlander, Steven Wright, Tom Papa, more perform for Laugh For Sight

By | October 11, 2011 at 11:54 am | 2 comments

Comedy Matters doesn’t only talk about comics. It talks about the people who make the comedy world what it is, a wonderful place to be! Chris Mazzilli, owner of Gotham Comedy Club, is a special kind of guy and a very charitable man. I don't think it's any accident that there...

Posted in: feature slider, News

Pastor says no to George Carlin Street; daughter Kelly responds

Pastor says no to George Carlin Street; daughter Kelly responds

By | October 10, 2011 at 7:32 pm | 19 comments

Last month, we reported that there was a petition circulating to honor the late George Carlin by naming a New York City street after the legendary comic. New York comic Kevin Bartini had amassed about 1,000 signatures and gained the support of Carlin’s daughter Kelly; the...

Posted in: feature slider, News

Ricky Gervais says Steve Carell cameo on “Life’s Too Short” was excruciating (Video)

Ricky Gervais says Steve Carell cameo on “Life’s Too Short” was excruciating (Video)

By | October 10, 2011 at 6:32 pm | No comments

Ricky Gervias’ new series for HBO, Life’s Too Short -- you may have heard a few musings about it already -- stars Warwick Davis (Willow, Leprechaun) playing a semi-fictionalized version of himself with Gervais and frequent collaborator Stephen Merchant making cameos. While...

Posted in: Audio/Video, feature slider, TV/Movies

Parks and Recreation recap: Leslie Knope is prouder than ever

Parks and Recreation recap: Leslie Knope is prouder than ever

By | October 10, 2011 at 2:26 pm | No comments

News item #1: Ron’s mustache is back! News item #2: City Council candidate Leslie Knope has written a book! It’s called Pawnee: The Greatest Town In America and she is promoting the everloving crap out of it. Let’s hop onto the book tour heard ‘round the world. (Or...

Posted in: feature slider, TV/Movies

Watch Cartman lead a game of Texans vs. Mexicans on new episode of “South Park”

Watch Cartman lead a game of Texans vs. Mexicans on new episode of “South Park”

By | October 10, 2011 at 1:35 pm | No comments

Cartman turns his sights on border-crossing Mexicans in this week’s new South Park episode, "The Last of the Meheecans." In the preview clip below, the boys are playing a relatively innocent game of ‘Texans vs. Mexicans.’ But this is South Park, so chances of things...

Posted in: Audio/Video, feature slider, TV/Movies

The Laughspin interview with T.J. Miller

The Laughspin interview with T.J. Miller

By | October 10, 2011 at 10:26 am | 2 comments

Perhaps best known for his vomit-inducing camerawork in Cloverfield, T.J. Miller has been acting and doing comedy for almost as long as he’s been able to legally own a gun. He’s recently appeared in She’s Out of Your League and Yogi Bear, and his first one-hour stand-up...

Posted in: feature slider, Interviews

Baron Vaughn: “Raised By Cable” (Review)

Baron Vaughn: “Raised By Cable” (Review)

By | October 10, 2011 at 10:13 am | 9 comments

Baron Vaughn’s debut album Raised By Cable is an hour-long set of highs and lows that will most likely polarize audiences. It’s not that you’ll either love it or hate it; it’s more that you’ll either find it highly interesting, or highly forgettable. The Las Vegas...

Posted in: feature slider, Reviews

Roseanne inks sitcom deal with NBC

Roseanne inks sitcom deal with NBC

By | October 9, 2011 at 10:21 pm | No comments

Back in August, we told you that Roseanne Barr, in the midst of the run of her Lifetime reality series Roseanne's Nuts, was developing a new sitcom. And now, we can tell you that the show landed at NBC! The ensemble comedy, Downwardly Mobile, is a family-centered sitcom that...

Posted in: feature slider, News, TV/Movies

SNL with Ben Stiller follows terrible episode with slightly less terrible episode

SNL with Ben Stiller follows terrible episode with slightly less terrible episode

By | October 9, 2011 at 3:19 pm | 6 comments

After last week’s mostly-terrible effort from Saturday Night Live, I was confident this one, hosted by Ben Stiller, would prove to be a clear comeback for the show. The best I can say about last night’s episode was that it wasn’t worse than its previous week. And because...

Posted in: feature slider, Opinion, TV/Movies

© 2011-2013 Laughspin. Some rights reserved. Hosted by ServInt