You're Better Off Sleeping Through Night At The Museum 3

Night at the Museum: The Secret of the Tomb begins within the Egyptian tomb of its title, but since this is the third Museum flick, there are precious few secrets left. The big reveal this time around is that the magic is wearing off — which seems a good metaphor for this joyless sequel, itself. Spoilers ahead... » 12/19/14 9:00am Yesterday 9:00am

The Weirdest Things You Never Knew About The Making Of Repo Man

Repo Man came out 30 years ago, but it remains one of the weirdest, and most beloved, cult movies of all time. But how did this genre-smashing comedy, about a punk kid who starts repossessing cars only to find one very special car, ever get made in the first place? Join us on a look inside the strange journey of Repo » 12/19/14 8:00am Yesterday 8:00am

Guy Wakes Up With A Hole In His Skull—And Finds Something Gross Inside

You'll have to forgive the morbid short comedy The Grey Matter a few dozen puns, but it makes up for it by being deliciously macabre. A working stiff comes to on the street covered in blood with a nasty hole in his head. Naturally, he's worried—at least until he suddenly hits it off with a beautiful coworker. » 12/16/14 7:00pm Tuesday 7:00pm

We've Got the Scoop on Who's Back And What's New In Archer Season Six

As the beloved animated spy comedy Archer prepares for its sixth season on FX (new episodes start January 8!), we caught up with Matt Thompson, who executive-produces the show along with its creator and writer, Adam Reed. And he told us how the show is coming back to the Danger Zone, along with a lot of inside info. » 12/10/14 1:00pm 12/10/14 1:00pm

A Hilarious Time Travel Film About A Cyborg Who Steals From The Past

If you've watched the goofy George Lucas Special Edition Star Wars: Episode VII trailer, you've already been exposed to director and VFX artist Michael Shanks' work. Here, though, we get something original from him: a comedy about a stranded astronaut who uses a time machine on a post-apocalyptic Earth. » 12/01/14 4:40pm 12/01/14 4:40pm

A Statistical Analysis That Reveals Why Aspiring Screenwriters Fail

The data-crunching fiends over at Five Thirty Eight examined the data from thousands of script evaluations of screenplays by newbie writers, submitted to the Black List of unproduced screenplays. And they found that science fiction and comedies have the worst ratings of all — as well as the reasons why these scripts… » 11/14/14 9:45am 11/14/14 9:45am

What Dating Is Like In A City Plagued By A Giant Rampaging Kaiju

All cities have their problems, but this city is perpetually dealing with a fire-breathing monster that forces people to change plans, ignore relationship problems, and—oh yeah—run for their lives. This short comedy follows a group of self-centered 20-somethings navigated life in the shadow of Gammatar. » 11/13/14 8:00pm 11/13/14 8:00pm

What Supposedly Scary Story Made You Laugh Instead?

The line between terror and hilarity is kind of ill-defined at the best of times. There's a reason why we have so many horror comedies. But sometimes, a movie, TV show or book sets out to be scary... and just winds up making you laugh. What's the most unintentionally funny piece of horror you've ever seen? » 10/30/14 2:17pm 10/30/14 2:17pm

Life After Beth Fails To Inject New Life Into The "Zombie Comedy" Genre

At this point, "zombie comedy" has become a movie genre in its own right, thanks to films like Shaun of the Dead and Fido. And the latest addition is Life After Beth, about a young man whose dead girlfriend (Aubrey Plaza) comes back. Alas, Beth is not quite funny enough, or clever enough, to stand out from the zombie… » 8/14/14 1:40pm 8/14/14 1:40pm

The 13 Greatest Science Fiction Comedies Of All Time

On Friday, Guardians of the Galaxy hits theaters, with its unique blend of space-opera and insane comedy. Which classic films must Guardians defeat to take its place among the greatest science fiction comedies? Here are the 13 greatest (live-action) science fiction comedies of all time. » 7/30/14 10:46am 7/30/14 10:46am

Sure Your Job Sucks, But At Least Darth Vader's Not Your Boss

Poor Conan Antonio Motti. The guy speaks up at a work meeting, and all of a sudden Lord Vader is trying to put his lights out from across the room. But the worst part isn't the force-strangling or lack of faith. It's having to work alongside the jerk and pretend like nothing ever happened. » 7/19/14 4:42pm 7/19/14 4:42pm

The Comedy Album 2776 Has 100 Stars, But NPR's Nina Totenberg Steals It

Everybody's buzzing about the new comedy album 2776, which is chock full of famous comedians and personalities, riffing about the future and science-fictional stuff. Almost everybody you love is on this album — but perhaps surprisingly, the clear standout is NPR's Nina Totenberg's a capella rock opera. » 7/09/14 4:45pm 7/09/14 4:45pm