A cult comedy classic and one of Steve Martin's funniest films.
Final Fu, a reality competition airing on MTV2.
A densely layered and convoluted satire on filmmaking, using the most "unfilmable" work in English literature as its subject.
People with disabilities can be funny, too.
Ever dream about having dinner with one of your favorite screen villains?
This production's tongue seems jammed so hard into cheek it's bruising. So why're the geeks so upset a year in advance?
To have and have not: two movies about money and marriage.
Scubs is a character-driven show that’s exceptionally well-written, and the acting is superb.
She's the... uh, girl that no one would ever mistake for a man.
Former anchor Amanda Congdon's 49 percent ownership is an issue as the popular video blog moves on after her departure.
The Creative Commons-licensed movie has racked up 200,000 views since it was released at the beginning of the month.
An experienced Live user tells all he knows.
A delightful view of life in a rather snarky fashion.
This will please fans of Maddox's website and may convert a few uninitiated. If you don't enjoy crude humour, look elsewhere.
The Furious Theatre Company presents a witty black comedy, Back of the Throat, about Muslims in post-9/11 America.
If we had set up a Petri dish in a laboratory we couldn't have created conditions any more ideal to create abusers.
From Heading South to ruminations on sex and normativity.
Leave Ophrah alone. As arrogant as she can be, she has helped a lot of people.
Just in case you missed it, we proudly present the best of the past week at BC!
Is Oprah feeding off the people with her dishonesty?
Another deranged fantasy from the sick mind of Jet in Columbus for your entertainment pleasure?
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for July 19, 2006
In order to create a more perfect balance in the world, the Lord asked me to continue smoking and drinking, so cut me some damn slack will you?
Israel has done everything possible to minimize civilian casualties in a war where terrorists ensure that such casualties are unavoidable.
Bush vetoes stem cell research bill, revealing wide split in Republican party and creating issue for Democrats to exploit in November.
The Supreme Court is getting back in the business of protecting political free speech - and it's about time.
The Jews are fighting the Nazis when they fight the Arabs, because they're victims of the AA Kill Ratio Theory.
Despite the de Menezes tragedy, we must trust anti-terror task force work to the police.
A video on YouTube has generated a buzz in the wake of the Big Dig tragedy.
Debate overlooks our clouded memory.
The earliest work of captivating art-rockers Spoon is excavated, and surprise, it's a raw, jittery delight.
Mercury Prize shortlist, CinemaNow, Goth-rock box set, and new Kings of Leon in today's update
This debut album from the Norwegian band is more than just a loving tribute to its influences.
With less humor and fewer hip-hop references, Hot Chip delivers a solid sophomore album.
The music, the movies, the memories -- the dueling-Beatles harmonic convergence with the T-Bird Teens across the street. Oh, and the Buggs!
Hit The Lights has a poppy, hook-laden sound making matchbox twenty seem like a perfect opener for The Germs.
Particle will leave you very satisfied with Transformations Live.
When the best thing I come up with for the title listing of the week's new releases is Billy Ray Cyrus, that means it's thin pickins'.