We haven’t heard much about Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse, and so call it a nice surprise to see this first trailer for what looks to be a wickedly funny, raunchy and action-packed zombie comedy.
There’s not much to set up. Three lowly, nerdy cub scouts must join forces with a badass strip-club cocktail waitress when their small town becomes infested… Continue reading Watch: The First R-rated 'Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse' Trailer Is Wickedly Funny
Are classic commercials for Coca-Cola products in vogue this year? The finale of Mad Men had us all recalling the famous “Buy the World a Coke” jingle from the 1970s, and now we have an exclusive clip from the topical new French film Samba that pays tribute to a 1998 ad for Diet Coke.
Do you remember the one with the office full… Continue reading Exclusive: Watch a Funny Clip From 'Samba' That Brings Back a Classic '90s Ad
The potty-mouthed stoner teddy bear at the heart of Seth MacFarlane’s Ted movies isn’t that radical of a concept. Movies have made a habit of taking childhood imagery and contorting it for decades. After all, there’s nothing more shocking than seeing something from your youth transformed into something adult. That thing you knew when you were innocent is now not-so-innocent. That shock occasionally… Continue reading The Funny, Scary, and Weird Ways Movies Try to Corrupt Your Childhood
Most of the documentaries we discuss each year focus on serious, important issues — topics that are newsworthy and with purpose. The kind of stuff that may help change the world one day. But that doesn’t mean docs can’t offer up a good laugh, too. With an influx of amusing documentaries on the Sundance Film Festival docket this year, we couldn’t help but wonder whether 2015 would become… Continue reading Is 2015 the Year of the Funny Documentary?