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Welcome fans to a parody film from director Axel Braun and he is taking on the recent Sly Stallone flick The Expendables which just had its sequel come out this past summer. Axel has made one major change for his version and that is making all those male characters females much like what was done in the Reservoir Dogs parody that came out a couple years back. A pretty good cast here too with Kimberly Kane and Brooklyn Lee getting the major roles playing the Sylvester Stallone and Jason Statham
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Tonight, the hosts of DoHarmRadio bring to you one of the most anticipated segments on BTR. "Random Thoughts Thursday," what's on your mind? Tonight, the hosts will conduct a Q&A with a future Miss USA that will put the answer provided by Miss Utah to shame!!! It's Random Thoughts Thursday so buckle up and make sure it's tight, because this will be a crazy ride!!!
We are taking votes Now until 8:15pm Tuesday Night!!! Vote for you Favorite Parody Song. The Top 4 choices are:
Weird Al - I'm Fat,
Antoine Dodson - Bed Intruder,
Cheech and Chong - Mexican-Americans, and
The Lonely Island - Jizz in My Pants
You Can cast your vote the New Entertainment World Facebook Page. Let's see who wins This one!
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Cristina Walters' One Upper Show will feature the parody on Green Acres (Serene Acres Rehab) and the first episode of "This Functional Family", featuring an alcoholic father, co-dependent mother, and their children that have a few surprises of their own. 11 p.m EST / 8 p.m PST Call-in toll free at (855) 235-3451 to speak with Cristina live. Share your own wacky stories of what it was like. It's pure entertainment. www.PUREMotiveRadio.com
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Marsh Carroll is a comedy and parody songwriter from Canada. He also holds a PhD in Chemistry, for which he was a Nobel Prize nominee. More of Marsh Carroll's work is available on his YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/marsht9 Or read more about his work at his website: http://www.marshcarroll.com/
It’s comedy central on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds, Wednesday, October 16, 3 pm ET when Halli’s guests will be Pulitzer-Prize winning humorist Dave Barry; bestselling author, playwright and screenwriter of that favorite romantic comedy, You’ve Got Mail, Delia Ephron, and cartoonist Ben Katchor best known for his comic strip Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer.
Dave Barry is a Pulitzer Prize-winning American author and columnis. He has also written numerous books of humor and parody, as well as comedic novels. His latest book, Hard Listening: The Greatest Rock Band Ever (of Authors) Tells All is a collaboration with his fellow Rock Bottom Remainders, the band that included fellow authors Stephen King, Amy Tan, Scott Turow, Mitch Albom, among others.
Delia Ephron is a bestselling author and screenwriter. H Her journalism has appeared in the New York Times, O: The Oprah Magazine, Vogue, The Huffington Post. In Sister Mother Husband Dog, her new book of essays, Ephron showcases her trademark wit and effervescent prose.
Brooklyn born Ben Katchor is the American cartoonist best known for his comic strip Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer. Katchor was described by author Michael Chabon as "the creator of the last great American comic strip."
This year’s offering begins, “Imagine if you will, a time, a place, where men gathered together to lay glass cloth in a mold, slather it with resin, and – the greatest surprise of all – they actually made a living doing it. This noble band of brothers carried on the traditions begun centuries before. Many of them cannot even imagine any other life. And there’s a very good reason for that. This isn’t any ordinary boatyard. The men here will never leave. And they’ll never grow up. “
Maybe it’s an ordinary boat yard after all. You can be the judge. The Help Wanted sign is always posted at . . . wait for it . . . the Boatyard Zone.
**Due to technical difficulties, we have had to pull the audio for this episode. If we are able to restore it, we will let you know on our social media channels and website.**
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In Episode 121 of Fireside Chat, we speak with the creators of The Hungry Hungry Games, a new [unofficial] live parody of The Hunger Games that's currently touring the country. We then go on to celebrate the news that Julianne Moore will be playing President Alma Coin in both installments of Mockingjay. Let us know your thoughts on this casting decision by leaving a comment on our website!
*FYI: We're giving away tickets to the U.S. premiere of Catching Fire! For more details and to find out how to enter, click here.*
Ken is the creator/writer of "Todd, The Ugliest Kid On Earth," and is a surprise hit from Image Comics. Ken will be here to discuss his hit comic and his upcoming animated series from the same book.
The trade paperback is in stores now! Issue #5 is out on September 4th!
Satirical horror isn’t a new genre, but I’ll say that Perker & Kristensen have positioned themselves as the new masters of uncomfortable and downright dark guffaws. - Ain't It Cool News A cult classic in the making... We have detached parenting, over-medicated youth, socialized ethnocentrism, desensitized violence, homophobia, materialism, bullying, victim-blaming anti-feminism, the allure of fame, and the oppression of the innocent as a parody of everything wrong with our culture, all masquerading as a really funny, really weird comedy. - Thirteen Minutes
Smart and laugh-out-loud funny, and the ending is sure to leave you both satisfied and wanting more. - Nerdspan
not unlike my love of the Drawn Together animated series, and South Park, both of which delight in line-crossing, taboo topics treated with casual disregard for propriety, and a shocking affinity for unpleasantness. - Sequential Tart Sheer, unbridled awesomeness. Not a series to be missed. The writing is inspired, the art is engaging. The creative team is just the perfect chaotic storm that somehow churns out brilliance. - ThePullbox.com
@ToddTheUgliest and @KenKristensen
Tune in Monday, August 19, 2013, as Stacey Brewer of H. Blu's Word, reviews the film, Lee Daniel's The Butler and also speaks on Russell Simmons and his new youtube channel (All Def Digital), uploading a parody (i.e., sex tape) of abolitionist (Underground Railroad), Harriet Tubman. Controversy followed, forcing Mr. Simmons to issue an apology.
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