Even if it’s impossible to name check specific titles that Casa de mi Padre is mocking, this lovingly hilarious tribute to bad filmmaking is custom designed for movie geeks.
This Friday, Will Ferrell returns with another cinematic entry of his patented brand of wacko-surrealist comedy. However, this time it’s a little different. Specifically, the movie, Casa De Mi Padre, is entirely in Spanish and subtitled. Dork Shelf got a chance to chat with Casa De Mi Padre’s writer Andrew Steele and director Matt Piedmont to discuss the origins of their completely insane (in the best possible sense) new movie.
FunnyOrDie has obtained an exclusive clip from the final version of the upcoming X-Men Origins: Wolverine film, and I for one was pleasantly surprised. You may have heard that the work-print for the upcoming Wolverine film recently leaked onto the internet. Well I’m here to tell you something—do not believe these lies! Clearly this was […]
It seems that even Lexcorp has been affected by the current financial crisis. Poor Lex. Starring the very awesome John Hamm of AMC’s Mad Men.