Shaun Micallef is one of Australia’s most loved and respected comedy talents – two traits that don’t always seems to go hand in hand – yet thanks to his likeable nature and truly unique comic mind, he somehow manages to juggle both.
This awesome viral video discards of the annoying 3D films we’ve had to endure by bringing the fun to Sydney’s Circular Quay to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the IKEA catalogue.
WATCH OUT FOR | COMEDY chats with the comedy star as he returns to Melbourne’s shores to launch his latest live show for the 2010 Melbourne Fringe Festival, it’s a tale of a man who had two secrets: he was in love with a girl and desperately wanted to be a stand-up comedian.
If you love the podcasts, you are going to adore this – don’t believe us – just check out this sneak peak trailer. It’ll make you look at documentaries in a whole new way!
WATCH OUT FOR | COMEDY chats with comedian and musical indie legend The Bedroom Philosopher…
Who should bear the brunt of the ill-effects of the globalised music industry? Watch Out For’s Lisa Dib defends the indefendable in this interesting look on the contrast between art and commerce.
Arthur Schopenhauer, philosophy’s most notable pessimist, once blackly said: “There is no doubt that life is given us, not to be enjoyed, but to be overcome; to be got over”. The notion that life, for all its swings and roundabouts, is filled with suffering and tribulations that we must endure until the sweet release of death, is a common but unpopular theory.
Your heart sinks; it now rests somewhere near your lower intestine. A hot wave of anxiety and deep self-loathing engulfs you. You attempt to stammer out a semblance of a sentence, but all that comes out is a series of sighs and sputters. You’ve been dropped like a slippery steak and there’s nought you can do about it.
But never fear; we can make you better, we have the technology. In times of heartache, one usually passes through the five stages of grief- sometimes simultaneously. We have prepared for this day; allow Watch Out For | Comedy to heal them hurtin’ hearts.
It is now precisely 46 days and somewhere around a billion dollars since James Cameron’s goliath Avatar opened across the world. James Egan takes a deeper look at James Cameron’s Avatar, and what it means for the future of cinema.
Daryl Somers, Triple J comedian Sam Simmons and animated series Beached Az were just some of the winners in the 2009 Tumbleweed Awards, announced earlier this week. Unfortunately for the winners: the Tumbleweed Awards are an internet-based award for the worst in Australian comedy over the previous year
Events to another turn for the strange, this time, not even on TV… but on the streets of the USA. That’s right, the infamous I’M WITH COCO rally!
Here’s a quick run-down of events from Tonight Show insider Aaron Bleyaert who was on the scene…
There is nothing better than a good old fashioned Internet Meme or Phenomena, they single handedly make the days in the office fly by. Think about it, without them, we might actualy have to do real work! So, to celebrate, Lisa Dib has tracked down twelve of the best – and boy, are they great!