Rachel Sennott shows off her dramatic chops as a comedian facing dark times in I Used to Be Funny.
Serves up a dish full of bitter truths, which its toxic chef (Aaron Abrahms) is reluctant to swallow.
Ennis Esmer and Ken Cuperus join Jeremy to watch Fletch and try really hard to talk about it amongst a myriad of other things.
Why we got off on the indie Canadian sex comedy How To Plan An Orgy in a Small Town at the Whistler Film Fest.
While certainly a bit overstuffed with several barely intersecting storylines, the ensemble Canadian indie comedy Sex After Kids has great performances, an ear for truthful humor, and certainly a little something for everybody.
We chat with TIFF 2009 Pitch This winner, writer and director Daniel Perlmutter, about his recently wrapped comedy Big News from Grand Rock, and his film’s lengthy gestation period, why his film is a throwback to the same kinds of stories his main character is trying to make newsworthy, reuniting with one of his Pitch This mentors for his leading man, and how time flies once the film starts rolling.