Here’s the first trailer for the upcoming dramatic comedy The Skeleton Twins, which stars Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader as brother and sister who reconnect after being estranged for ten years. The film also stars Luke Wilson, Ty Burrell, Boyd Holbrook, and is
Since first discovering MTV’s The State as a child, I’ve been a fan of David Wain’s irreverent yet clever style of comedy, and Wain’s Wet Hot American Summer remains one of my personal favorites. In Wet Hot, Wain took on the ’80s summer camp film and made what would later become a cult classic. Now, he’s set his crosshairs on the dreaded rom-com and aiming to deconstruct everything that makes the formulaic genre tick in his latest film, They Came Together.
A new trailer for the upcoming zombie comedy Life After Beth has been released, which stars Dane DeHaan struggling to maintain a relationship with his girlfriend, played by Aubrey Plaza, despite the fact that she’s a zombie. The film premiered at this
A new trailer and poster has been released for the upcoming comedy Frank, which stars Michael Fassbender as an eccentric musician who refuses to remove a giant fake head from his real one. Directed by Leonard Abrahamson, the film also stars Domhnall
Roadside Attractions has released the first teaser trailer for the upcoming comedy Dear White People, which originally premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival where it won the Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Talent. The film is written and directed by Justin
Filmmaking duo Lord and Miller make no pretenses when it comes to this sequel for a surprise box office success, a reboot no one necessarily cared about based on a late-eighties television series that's mainly remembered for having Johnny Depp in the cast. And, for as ridiculous as all that sounds, Lord and Miller successfully, and surprisingly, capitalized on the first iteration of the new Jump Street and they seem to have done it again, all because of one fairly simple design, they know that all of this is ridiculous. They don't hide it, they flat-out tell you again and again throughout the film with the addition of unnecessary-sequel tropes that are quickly subverted to great comical effect.
Everything about Witching and Bitching is completely absurd and over the top in the best possible ways. Despite the undesirable title, Álex de la Iglesia’s Witching and Bitching is a raucously fun ride that packs in plenty of laughs and gross-out moments. Harkening back to the classic days of horror comedy, before directors like Sam Raimi and Peter Jackson were playing with Hobbits and wizards, this is a new-school film that has a very old-school feel.
Just a short while ago, the first poster for the upcoming Seth Rogen, James Franco comedy The Interview was released, and now the first teaser trailer has been posted as well. The film is directed by Rogen and Evan Goldberg, and revolves
The first poster has been revealed for Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s The Interview, which stars Rogen and James Franco as two journalists who head to North Korea in order to snag an interview with Kim Jong-un. After the government finds out,
IFC has released the new trailer for its upcoming comedy Premature, which centers on a teen (John Karna) whose crappy day is stuck on repeat and resets itself every time he climaxes. Basically, it plays out like a more raunchy version of
If one were to describe Pat Kiely’s latest comedy, Three Night Stand, in one word, that word would be “awkward.” If one were allowed two words they would be “extremely awkward.” Fortunately, this extremely awkward comedy mostly works due to the ridiculous, yet hilarious situation the characters find themselves in despite having very few redeeming qualities.
Here’s the newly released red band trailer for Adventures in the Sin Bin, directed by Billy Federighi. The film chronicles the sexual exploits of a group of teens who use a buddies van to get laid. Starring Michael Seater and Bo Burnham,
MTV posted the first red band trailer for the upcoming comedy Neighbors, directed by Nick Stoller (Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Get Him to the Greek), and starring Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne as a young couple going to