On today’s show, Mike speaks with John ‘Cambo’ Campbell about his show John Campbell is a Serious Man, which kicks off tonight at the Order of Melbourne. For tickets and times, visit the Comedy Festival website.
Portland’s Blitzen Trapper are in the country at the moment, so we thought we’d show you a little video that came across our desk that the lads put together with friend and fan Rainn Wilson (The Office, Juno).
Here’s our tips for Australian comedians to see at this years Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
There’s few men in this world that can drop the F-Bomb five times in one sentence and not offend any one – one of these men is Mr. Jason Mewes, better known as Jay from the loveable stoner duo Jay and Silent Bob.
Will Ferrell is a favourite of ours here, and lately he is going from strength to strength. In fact, he is entering a Bill Murray type realm where he can pretty much do whatever eccentric activities pop into his brain and people will love him even more.
Never fear though, WATCH OUT FOR will make sure there is a chance for die hards to see it that way – and Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg have even jumped on board with the #OccupyIn3D movement! If you’re on Twitter, be sure to get that hashtag going as well as including @watchoutfor_au !
It was so large that it was able to travel across the full breadth of the sun, with the waves moving at over a million miles per hour, zipping from one side of the sun to the other in about an hour.
It was an eerie night, with creeping music playing, crucifix’s everywhere, black birds flying overhead- all while fans rugged up outside preparing to watch the film.
Some people are very proactive. When they have some spare time they get to work and prove to you that you’re lazy and you could achieve so much more in your life between that day job you hate and all time you spend hung-over.
Recently Ferrell took to the court to announce the players of New Orleans Hornets (who currently have the second worst record in the NBA at 4-22) as well as talking trash about the Chicago Bulls (who are doing a little bit better at 22-6).
WATCH OUT FOR | MOVIES’ Sean Lynch caught up with Working Dog guru Rob Sitch and Hollowmen star Lachy Hulme to talk about all things comedy.
Woodley follows the story of, you guessed it…Woodley – a man who is struggling to find his place in a world that seems keen on working against him. And underpinning his plight are his struggles to win back his family which he so desperately misses.