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1. Patton Oswalt Talking for Clapping
Patton Oswalt's newest stand-up special comes to us directly from the maw of Netflix itself, and it gives us Patton talking about his life, his daughter, horrible clowns, and, if he wasn't meta enough, his worst stand-up set.

2. Bo Burnham Make Happy Stand-up Comedy Review
Bo Burnham is back in a Netflix-exclusive show, in which he talks about love, happiness, and peanut butter sandwiches.

3. Ghostbusters (2016) Movie Review
Now I’m not sure if you’ve heard, but Ghostbusters got a remake. I wouldn’t be surprised if you hadn’t, it’s been kinda under the radar. It’s with an all-female lead cast as well, so there’s something new. Here’s my review of this movie that would never be at the center of any kind of internet hate.

4. Ghostbusters (1984) Movie Review
The classic. The original draft was 300+ pages, because Dan Aykroyd himself is a certified wacko. But thankfully, this was a film crafted by not just one genius, but several. The result was so popular it’s been in the cultural lexicon to this day, getting its own reboot.

5. Krampus Movie Review
Santa sees you when you’re sleeping, knows when you’re awake. He knows if you’ve been bad or good, so be good for goodness’ sake. Because if you aren’t, a magical Christmas demon to punish you and your families for all of their sins, condemning you to fire and brimstone. Merry Christmas!

6. Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie Review
What happens when you take the angriest gamer you’ve ever heard and pit him up against the world’s worst video game? You get an adventure spanning the cosmos, Area 51, and so much more, all without leaving your green screen. Gear up for a campy adventure of the nerdiest kind.

7. The Blues Brothers Movie Review
From my other reviews it should be obvious: I have a deep, deep love of late-seventies-early-eighties comedies brought about by the perfect storm of the likes of John Landis and assorted Saturday Night Live inaugural cast like John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd. Here’s the one with the best soundtrack.

8. John Dies At The End Movie Review
John and Dave are twenty-something slackers with zero ambition. That hasn’t stopped them from unwittingly becoming the only people possible of saving the human race from annihilation. A violent and irreverent comedy, John Dies at the End is best watched without kids, and accepted without question.

9. Death To Smoochy Movie Review
To honor the passing of Robin Williams, I take a look back at the role I most fondly remember him in. This film flopped at the box office, its dark plot clashing a bit too garishly with its characters, but it remains a prime example of why Robin was one of the all-time greats.

10. The Replacements Movie Review
The 00’s were a different time. Keanu Reeves was honestly popular and not just an internet meme, pop-punk was dying a stubborn, embarrassing death, and Orlando Jones was in some really popular 7 Up commercials. Yet in the beginning, a funny football movie came out that no one remembers, but should.



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