Posts Tagged ‘skits’

An Idiot’s Guide (on How Not to Be an Idiot)

Friday, September 20th, 2013

Long time no post! But we have been working on stuff, such as our recently completed short movie ‘An Idiot’s Guide (on How Not to Be an Idiot)‘ and we would like to invite you to Bowbarr (same place we filmed) on Sunday 9/22 at 8 PM for a screening.

An Idiots Guide (On How Not To Be an Idiot) at Bowbarr

We will also include another short that we did last year (Alphabet Soup) and a sketch we did the earlier this year (Lessons and Blessins with Kurt Weathers).

Bowbarr is at
705 W. Rosemary Street
Carrboro, NC 27517
Sunday 9/22 @ 8PM


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We will provide some snacks and Bowbarr will be open for drinks. If you have any questions, let us know, otherwise, see you Sunday night!

Live From New York, It’s Saturday Night Live, Movies

Saturday, November 17th, 2012

I have to admit, its been a while since I’ve watched Saturday Night Live. In fact, I struggled to name three current cast members (had no idea Andy Samberg left). And there have been some horrible ideas come from this show when it comes to movies, a reason why five minute skits should not be 90 minute movies, maybe 80 if you discount the intro and credits. Which means you have 5-10 minutes to kill. So to fill those minutes… here’s a few movies that they maybe (should/could/probably better they did not) have done.

1) Wild and Crazy Guys: Instead of Night at the Roxbury. Ackroyd and Martin might have made this a good movie.

2) The Ambiguously Gay Duo: It’s animated, so easier to do. And they had about a dozen short versions of their stories, that one larger plot wouldn’t be too farfetched.

3) Toonces the driving cat: It would be a horrendous movie. You would already know the ending. And animal rights activists might complain. But done right, this could be hilarious. And it would allow nine crashes.

4) Mr. Belvedere Fan Club: This would be funnier now because it would make no sense to most and for someone to be into it now…? Surely there’s an online fan club, group, etc for everythinng.

5) Hans and Frans: Allegedly this was almost made and it even had Arnold cast for it. But it was never completed.

6) Matt Foley / Motivational Speaker: Because his life is more interesting than Pat’s. But no one could play this role other than Farley, so its perhaps a non factor.

It’s not a top 10 list, as well, most of these skits should not be movies (such as “Pat”) and largely Waynes’ World is to blame.  Will have to make up for it by putting 14 on the next list.