Posts Tagged ‘Wet Hot American Summer’

TOP TEN – MOVIES THAT DEFINE SUMMER

TOP TEN – MOVIES THAT DEFINE SUMMER   STAND BY ME (1986) The very best summer movies explore what kind of hijinks kids used to get into when they had an entire season of freedom stretched out ahead of them. You think a group of 12-year-olds could go have an amazing adolescent journey of self-discovery…

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PopFilter Podcast 34

In which the friends, minus Jason plus writer Lynz, chat about School of Seven Bells- Ghostory, Life’s Too Short and Hugo. There may or may not be Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Pretzel M&M’s involved.

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Twenty Years of The State

As I read the profile of director David Wain in The New York Times, I couldn’t help but feel some personal pride for his success. Wain, for all of you who aren’t a comedy nerd like me, is one of the founding members of the sketch group The State. It’s been almost two decades from…

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