Hot Fuzz may be the best movie ever. It’s certainly my favorite film of all time.
So I decided to make a video about why I think it’s so great.
The Devil and Dr. Phil is not a horrible episode of Frasier overall, but it’s use of Phil McGraw as a guest star left so much to be desired that it almost ruined the entire episode.
I figured it could be fun to have a look at why Frasier fans dislike Phil’s appearance on the show so much, and what could have been changed to fix it.
There used to be a phenomenon in Norway where the title of a lot of American and other international comedy films were translated into Norwegian as “Help, Something Something”. I thought it might be funny if I translated these titles back into English.
In my The Worst Episode of Frasier video, I briefly mentioned my love for the farcical Halloween episode from season 5 of Frasier.
I figured that after making a video about my least favorite episode of Frasier, I should make a positive video about one of my favorites as well.
In the video I refer to the Halloween episode as a comedy of errors, which was originally a William Shakespeare play. The term is now the name of a subgenre of farces which focuses more on misunderstandings and less on slapstick than a typical farce.
Douglas Adams is my favorite author. His brand of comedy has inspired and delighted me ever since I discovered The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy science fiction books in my early teens.
Indie folk rock musician Jonathan Coulton turns 50 today, so here’s a 30-minute documentary I made about his career.
We’re now three days into the Kickstarter for Issue #2 of Anubis: Dog of Death. And we’ve reached 25% of our funding goal!
In this episode of the Geekare Humanum podcast, Sindre and Renate discuss: Professional wrestling, Seinfeld, the 1927 silent movie Metropolis.