Saturday Night Live
Let’s get the important stuff out of the way. Yes, the Ghostbusters reboot features an all-female team, causing quite a few to bash the film sight unseen with claims their childhood will be ruined because it isn’t four males this time around. It’s safe to say that nobody’s childhood will be
It’s hard to believe that it’s been 11 years since the Lonely Island became a viral sensation with their spoof song Lazy Sunday. The trio of Andy Samburg, Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer have been mainstays in music ever since, even releasing three full-length albums. With Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, The Lonely
There’s one reason to see The Boss. One. It’s also the only reason anybody would pay money to see the film anyway, but that doesn’t take away from the reason’s emphasis, because it’s a pretty big one. Melissa McCarthy. Ever since Paul Feig’s Bridesmaids in 2011, the Academy Award nominated McCarthy has
This time on Radio Bastard Presents, Jason and Jeremy interview Marlon Wayans and then talk to Chris Cummins about sketch comedy and Robin Williams’ legacy
Andrew Garfield’s SNL was uneven but saved by The Beygency, Emma Stone and a Justin Timberlake impression.
Heather McIntosh is a badass. She may or may not corroborate this estimation of her character, but how else can you describe someone with her resume? Ms. McIntosh is a cellist with a penchant for electronic music and a passion to share her creative spirit with the world. Heather scored
Lena Dunham invaded Saturday Night Live this week. See how she fared as host and watch the best sketches.
Jonah Hill hosted SNL this week. Was it funny? Was it a dud? Check out the highlights here.
Drake crushed it on Saturday Night Live last week. Check out the funniest bits right here.
Paul Rudd (and the rest of the Anchorman 2 guys) stopped by Saturday Night Live for some holiday fun. He was joined by musical guest One Direction, who tend to get involved in the action. While they played characters that were basically latin versions of themselves the last time they were on the show
Josh Hutcherson lit up the Saturday Night Live stage last night in his first appearance hosting the show. Famous for The Hunger Games, they of course had to incorporate it into the show. I’m just surprised it was limited to just a few jokes in the opening monologue. Overall, Hutcherson was a pleasant,
Last night’s Saturday Night Live tackled their diversity issue head on. With Kerry Washington as host, they were finally able to do sketches that include Michelle Obama, Oprah, and Beyonce and they took advantage of that right in the cold open while also acknowledging their shortcomings bluntly. Not only did Kerry
Saturday Night Live brought Edward Norton to host this week and while he put out a solid performance, I’m still left wondering why. Picking him just seemed random since he doesn’t have a big project that he’s promoting and while that’s not required, that’s just standard practice. But this season they seem to
Last night, Saturday Night Live invited Bruce Willis to the stage along with pop princess Katy Perry. Willis showed more life and energy in the episode than he did in his entire role in A Good Day to Die Hard. The cold open simultaneously took on Gravity and the government shutdown, but the shining sketch of the
Miley Cyrus took to the Saturday Night Live stage tonight as both the host and musical guest. While I personally am over her schtick of rebellious post-Disney prom queen, I did enjoy a few things during her gig on SNL. The best part of the episode was their parody takedown of the
Saturday Night Live is back and looking very different. With a total of 6 new featured players and missing the big timers like Jason Sudeikis, Fred Arminsen, and Bill Hader, the cast has a lot of growing pains. However, even with so many new faces, they all got a moment