Conor McMahon's spoof of the '80s slasher genre is a knowing parody that hits all the right marks.
Absolutely Filthy is good, clean, dirty fun. This unauthorized parody of Peanuts honors its pedigree.
Eric Ambler's debut novel The Dark Frontier foreshadows the masterly thrillers to come.
The Harvard Lampoon's new edition of Bored of the Rings is as funny now as it was when it debuted in 1969.
Jasper Fforde's The Woman Who Died a Lot takes its silliness seriously.
Funny. Entertaining. Suspenseful. Read it and laugh.
Witty and unassuming, Andrew Shaffer's Fifty Shames of Earl Grey comments on the faults of society in his hilarious debut.
Director Richard Griffin perfectly captures the look and tone of cheap '70s exploitation horror in The Disco Exorcist.
The L.A.-based comedy troupe performs a selection of fan favorites in a fast-paced, hilarious 60-minute program.
The Comic-Con experience gets spoofed in this amusing new musical by Thomas J. Misuraca at the Write Act Repertory.