Tuesday, September 22, 2009

New Tumblr blog

I will be posting new writing and videos on Tumblr from now on. Come visit!

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

New FiLife Article and Is Madea the Next Ernest?

My latest financial funny for FiLife.com is your guide to fall entertainment on the cheap.

Meanwhile, over at Asylum, I ask a question for the ages: Is Tyler Perry's Madea the Next Ernest? When Madea saves Christmas, we'll know cinema has officially ended. (Link love courtesy of Star Pulse.)

New Episode of HBO's "Got No Game"

Here's another installment of "Got No Game," the HBO Sports comedy series I wrote for. This time, we explore what really happens in the football referee booth. Listen for me in a voiceover cameo doing my best "Mr. Moviefone."

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Marvel/Disney Humor and College Life

Recently I started writing for ComicsAlliance, AOL's excellent new comics blog. With news of the Disney/Marvel merger, I took a look at Marvel's strange business history and also what a certain angry Green Goliath thinks of the buyout.

Changing gears, my latest piece for FiLife.com shows you how to save money by living like a college freshman.

Finally, on the AMC front, my recent comic book movie columns have tackled the best supervillain quotes and the 20th anniversary of Tim Burton's Batman. Oh, and I managed to piss off an Ann Coulter fan. So I've got that going on, which is nice.

Sunday, August 30, 2009

More of HBO's "Got No Game"

Two new installments of the HBO Sports comedy series I wrote for. This time, we take a look at what really goes on in the referee booth. Check back every Friday for new episodes.

Monday, August 17, 2009

New Installment of HBO's "Got No Game"

The latest episode of "Got no Game," the HBO Sports web series I wrote for, explores the secret history race in sports. The cinematography on this one is gorgeous, and it was a blast to film. Look for a cameo by tennis pro/Olympics commentator Mary Carillo.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Recession Reality TV, Cool World, and More!

Recently I wrote my first piece for FiLife.com, a collaboration between the Wall Street Journal and IAC. The piece takes a look at how reality TV is being affected by the recession. From "Top Ramen Chef" to "Flip This Haunted House," the fall is going to be cheap and depressing, just like "The Jay Leno Hour."

Also for my AMC column, I counted down the best movies about comic book artists. You'll also find some of the worst movies on this subject as well, including the aforementioned "Cool World." Oddly, it's not the worst thing Gabriel Byrne's had his name attached to.

Also, if you're still in the Comic-Con mood, check out these memorable moments from cons past for AMC and a comic-con schedule that tells the truth for Asylum.