Writer-actor-comedian-director Christopher Titus spoke with Solzy at the Movies about his new film, Special Unit. Thanks for joining Solzy at the Movies today. How are things treating you? Christopher Titus: Things are good, the movie has all five star reviews. I just wish everyone saw it. Making a film is hard. Promoting a film is like arguing with a Trump supporter. Impossible and draining. Just buy it and laugh so I can make another thing that…"Christopher Titus talks Special Unit, Casting Disabled Actors"
Special Unit can best be described as a film that imagines Lethal Weapon being directed by Mel Brooks. A decade in the making, the film is one of the rare comedies that can help spread awareness by its casting actors with disabilities in those roles rather than get a big-name star who isn’t disabled and can draw in the money. Comedian Christopher Titus makes his feature film debut as a writer-director. There’s no doubt that…"Special Unit: Imagine Mel Brooks directing Lethal Weapon"
The Chicago Comedy Film Festival unveiled their lineup on September 1st ahead of the long holiday weekend. Feature films: Everybody Has An Andy Dick Story (77 Min, USA) Special Unit (102 Min, USA) Room for Rent (89 Min, Canada) For the Love of George (89 Min, USA) Something Out of Nothing (45 Min, USA) Love in Moreno Valley (80 Min, USA) Shorts: Alyssa Needs Gay Friends (4 Min, USA) Bob and Vargus (Webisodes, USA) Breakdown…"Lineup announced for 2017 Chicago Comedy Film Festival"