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  1. Check out this funny original song I wrote about my shitty ex ol lady B! Davis - Just Like Your Mom (Keep The Hangers) https://soundcloud.c...eep-the-hangers
  2. SamHimburg

    Plug It Up!

    https://soundcloud.c...omedy-bang-bang Here's my stab at a loud, rockin' plugs theme. Enjoy!
  3. Help a developing comedian and fellow Comedy Bang Bang fan out and check out and possibly purchase some of my crazy music! http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=ntt_srch_drd_B00JD6B61E?ie=UTF8&field-keywords=Gittyhorse&index=digital-music&search-type=ss
  4. PaulF.Stamegna

    Triple Pluggle

    We have the Cake Boss and Hot Saucerman on the mic with Questlab Podcasts and Triple Pluggle. https://soundcloud.c.../triple-pluggle Ph.D. Quest The World's Greatest Composer
  5. On paper, this movie sounds like it might be interesting: directed by Robert Altman, includes delightful actors such as Jane Curtin, Jon Cryer, Cynthia Nixon, and Paul Dooley, and even has cameos by Bob Uecker, Melvin van Peebles, Martin Mull, and Dennis Hopper. However, this mess of a movie feels like a horrible failed attempt by Altman to deconstruct the 80's teen sex romp. With absolutely no story line, and odd hijinks for a teen comedy (like doing whatever it takes to see a King Sunny Ade concert. What!? What an obscure African musician for two suburban Arizona teens to party with!), this movie amounts to no more than a series of bizarre disjointed vignettes. There are some moments that feel like an 80's teen comedy...like Altman and the writers saw something similar in another movie once...but it's clear that they had no business working within this genre and really didn't know teens. There is no honesty, heart, or humor in this film. I would love to hear a few baffled "bonker's" and "litterally's" uttered in response to this film. It really is a nightmare that should never have made it to theatres.
  6. misquitoman

    "The Beast" - my new web series

    Just letting you guys know that the highly anticipated web series, "The Beast" is now released in full on my youtube channel: Misquitoman Productions. You can watch it now! All 7 episodes are released now (along with description videos if you're into checking those out). Hehehe! Check it out! Leave me feedback! Description: In 2003, Glen Ricketts and his film crew went missing while filming a documentary that would finally prove the existence of "The Beast" or "Bear-Man"; A creature seen around the North Carolina Mountain Regions. ...Now, a decade later, their footage has been found. The Beast (2014) is based on an absolutely true story. But don't attempt to fact check; all evidence is covered up by various governments. Episode 1: Subscribe to Misquitoman Productions: http://www.youtube.c...ser=misquitoman Tumblr: http://thedudebrotherz.tumblr.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/brianperson
  7. RobHaney

    Stitches

    For a sharknado type movie: This movie involves a drunken horny clown getting killed at a kids birthday party and then coming back from the dead to exact revenge on the kids who "wronged" him. Features a dick being pulled off by a clown and intestines being turned into a balloon animal. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2126362/?ref_=nv_sr_2
  8. This post has a soundtrack: http://www.anthonypryor.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/deathstalker.mp3 Imagine a world where magic, barbarians, amazons, and ninjas are all real. Now imagine that world populated only by porn stars and circus freaks. This is the world our film presents. It has nothing to do with Deathstalker 1, 3, or 4, nor is it any kind of sequel to Barbarian Queen, even though it uses a lot of the same footage. It doesn't even have any titans in it. With great pleasure, I submit for your consideration my favorite sword and sorcery epic/cash grab: DEATHSTALKER 2: DUEL OF THE TITANS Directed by Jim Wynorski (94 directorial credits including such classics as Dinocrock vs. Supergator, The Da Vinci Coed, and The Bare Wench Project 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5) Produced by Frank K. Issac (Beastmaster, Barbarian Queen), Héctor Olivera (The Warrior and the Sorceress, Deathstalker), and Roger Fucking Corman. Please or
  9. I present to you your NEW catch phrase Mr. Aukerman! "Catch Phrase? More like DROP Phrase,'cause this shit is the BOMB!
  10. Anyone else going to the Riot LA festival this week? This will be my first time in LA and I'm hella excited. Anyone excited for a particular show? And any ideas on what to do in the area when I'm not laughing inside a building? Is this enough questions?
  11. This is my friend's podcast and they let me fill in for an hour and I went nuts and did some improv and music bits I had. http://popsyndicate.net/thebreakroom/episodes/2013/12/27/special-the-gittyhorse-hour Please check it out! Thanks, Jason http://theworkofjasongibson.blogspot.com/
  12. Check out my blog. I'm a multi-talented creative person looking to get a hand up in the biz to co-create great comedy and creative workds! http://theworkofjaso...n.blogspot.com/ - Fan, Jason Gibson 903.487.8148 gittyhorse@gmail.com
  13. ...but nobody wants to pick up the crumbs in this crazy mixed up world.
  14. https://soundcloud.c...e-for-plugs-cbb This is my entry for the "plugs" song feature on Comedy Bang Bang. I hope you like it, it's called "It's Time For Plugs". I used a vocoder and Ableton Live. My name is UncleBibby
  15. You guys should do an unprecidented double feature episode celebrating my favorite example of tax fraud. Uwe Boll directed the Dungeon Seige movie but did you know he has written and directed dozens of other multi million dollar features? In fact, he has put out at least 3 movies a year since, including 2 dungeon siege sequals. This is of course all possible because Germany let's investors write off 100% of what they put into a film and Uwe can produce it whereever with whomever he choses. The two movies I would like to suggest are the 2011 classics, Auschwitz and Blubberella. One is a serious tale of Nazi cruelty, just super graphic and serious. The other, Bloberella is about a sassy fat vampire who hates Nazis. Both were made on the same set in 2011. Both are about equally unwatchable. I have not cringed this hard since I saw Curb Your Enthusiasm for the first time. It's like Max and Leo went to Hollywood. Everybody wins, except the public.
  16. TheGr8Sarcasmo

    Batman: The Movie (1966)

    This movie is amazing. I laugh every single time I watch it. Two word on why this movie needs to be done: Exploding Shark.
  17. jeffersx

    Cabin Boy (1994)

    Cabin Boy is so bad, I'm a bit surprised that it hasn't been suggested before. Starring Chris Elliott as a sheltered rich kid who ends up on a ship with hardened sailors and of course comedy is made. I'll be honest, I've only seen it once many years ago, but it has been at the top of my bad movie list ever since. I remember Letterman has a cameo, because Elliott and writer / director Adam Resnick (Death to Smoochy) were Letterman writers. I remember Andy Richter was in there, because I was (and still am) a fan of his. But most of all I remember the talking cupcake that spits tobacco, and really do you need to hear anything else after that? This movie is just awful and would love to hear Paul, June and Jason have a discussion about it. I was even thinking that you could probably get Andy Richter in there as the guest for some behind the scenes insight. IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0109361/
  18. maryperry

    Let's talk about stand-up

    Hey everyone, I thought this could be a place where we could all share funny/scary/ridiculous stories from experiences doing stand-up. Or we could just say whatever we want about it. I just started giving it a shot recently and feel like I wanna talk about it. Let's talk. Last night I opened with a joke about how I see the word "anus" on a lot of faxes at my job. When nobody laughed I got nervous? or something? I'm so out of my own head when I'm up there. But then I started saying that I wanted to put the word "anus" in big font on pieces of paper and throw the pieces of paper at all of my co-workers to see if they get paper cuts...Weirded myself out with that one. Have you ever said something you don't really mean ?
  19. aperkins95

    Comedy Site!

    Hi everyone! My name is Amy (obviously)! I am going to start a comedy website soon and was wondering if there were any writers interested? What Would You Do? Good question, Tom. Well, I was wanting to have writers write short little funny stories about once a week. Then have maybe a spotlight stand up special for each writer on the site maybe once a week. This means you can send in your funny stories, jokes, and such. Each week, we can talk a little about the writer and how funny you are and then post your stories. I can even make an extra page for short bio's if you guys want so everyone knows who the writers are! I was also maybe wanting to stay updated with the stories of the comedy community. BUT, I can do that on my own if you are more interested in just writing your jokes. I think it would be a great place to get your jokes out there. PLUS, with Twitta (Twitter), and Facebook it can definitley get promoted... LET ME KNOW IF YOU'RE INTERESTED! E-mail me at: amyperkinsonline@hotmail.com OR send me a message on here. Hope to hear from you all! (No, I am not going to say y'all)
  20. I am looking for a writer for a scripted comedy podcast (Machine Court - http://machinecourt.com ) which has run 19 weekly episodes so far. I'm currently writing 30-60 minutes of dialogue each week. I'm looking for somebody to write one piece that fits the show. And from that we'd see if it's a good match for regular work or more one-off projects. No experience necessary, but I'd like to see some comedy writing sample to get an idea of capabilities. This is unpaid work. What I have to offer is the benefit of working with a great cast of people and the creative comradery that comes with that. In addition we have been and will continue to track time of individual contributors as the basis of any future royalty deals (e.g. if we end up selling past seasons of the show.) The podcast is nothing big yet, but everybody takes it seriously and we've got plans to get the audience count higher. It's all very... semi-pro. I'm attaching the script from the last episode so you can get an idea of the writing. And hey, here's a link to the same show: http://seespacelabs....mented-reality/ If you like the show and want to join forces, then let's talk! Email me at ehermansen@seespacelabs.com -Erik Hermansen Machine Court - Season 2, Episode 5 Augmented Reality.pdf
  21. Hey everybody! I thought I would introduce our podcast here! If you get a chance give us a listen! http://middleagechildren.com On Itunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/middleagechildren-podcast/id544549668?mt=2&ign-mpt=uo%3D4 And Stitcher Radio: http://stitcher.com/s?fid=27597&refid=stpr
  22. King_Geedorah808

    End Of Watch

    End Of Watch is one of the best missed opportunities to be a good movie I've seen all year. The movie is about two cops played by Jake Gyllenhal and Michael who are cops in South Central Los Angeles. Jake Gyllenhal's character Officer Taylor is recording there day to day patrols for an art class that he is taking. Officer Taylor is joined by a cast of hardened witty smack talking cops that all sound like they watched 48 hours and The Shield way too many times. The movie starts with a pretty good chase seen where Jack Gyllenhal gives an amazing speech about being a police officer as you watch a high speed police chase from the point of view of the police car camera that ends with a gang shoot out but from that scene the movie is all done hill from there. It's not necessarily a bad movie, it actually starts off pretty good until about 15 or 25 minutes into the movie where the point of view of the story changes and it makes no sense. I film then follows the strangest beats going from jokes about being single and a cop to scenes of gratuitous violence that seem hap hazardly thrown in. Please please review this so I can see if I'm over analyzing this movie or is it just the down fall of Jake Gyllenhal's career. This was also made by the same writer as "Training Day", "U-571", "The Fast and The Furious", and "Swat" (I wrote them in the order of quality)
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