The Kids in the Hall: Comedy Punks is an in-depth as a two-part documentary can be about the Canadian comedy troupe. Together, Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald, Mark McKinney, and Scott Thompson make up The Kids in the Hall. The two-part documentary weaves in their comments with archival footage from their earlier years. If you want an opportunity to see their pre-HBO/CBS work, make sure to watch the doc series when it lands on…"The Kids in the Hall: Comedy Punks"
Reboots are all the rave so it was only a matter of time before The Kids in the Hall TV series got revived in the digital era. While eight episodes will launch on May 13, only five episodes were made available for review. Suffice it to say, many of the sketches led to a lot of laughter. If you’re a comedy fan, the revival will be pure enjoyment. When you look at the reboots over…"The Kids in the Hall Get Revived on Prime Video"
Before Disney ever acquired Marvel, they released a superhero comedy of their own, Sky High, under the Walt Disney Pictures banner. Will Stronghold (Michael Angarano) is the son of two superheroes, The Commander (Kurt Russell) and Jetstream (Kelly Preston). This comes with high expectations as he attends Sky High for the first time. It’s an airbourne high school for teenage superheroes. While Will is third generation, he is also a late bloomer because he has…"Sky High: A Superhero Family Comedy"
Directed by Bob Saget, Benjamin is a dysfunctional family comedy that does its best to tackle the subject of drug addictions. If you’re looking to pay tribute to the late Bob Saget, there are probably better films or TV series to watch. Full House, The Aristocrats, you name it. However, I saw the comedian directed a film a few years ago so I had to watch. It’s not a bad film at all. If you’re…"Benjamin: The Final Bob Saget-Directed Film"
Dick, the political satire starring Kirsten Dunst and Michelle Williams, manages to hold up twenty years after its theatrical release in 1999. The political comedy re-imagines the Watergate scandal through the lens of a pair of high school students. Not surprisingly, the film opens on the night of the break-in. On this night, Betsy Jobs (Kirsten Dunst) and Arlene Lorenzo (Michelle Williams) are writing a letter. The duo hope to win a date with singer…"Dick: Political Satire Holds Up 20 Years Later"
Paul Myers’ newest book, The Kids in the Hall: One Dumb Guy, is an authorized biography that celebrates the Canadian sketch comedy group. Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald, Mark McKinney, and Scott Thompson came together in 1985. The rest as they say is history. They found their way to TV in 1988 so this book is the perfect way to mark the 30th anniversary. Their television series would run through 1995–airing on the CBC for…"The Kids in the Hall: One Dumb Guy"