Courting Sketchfest Countdown: Wet Hot American Summer. [8 Days]

"Just realized how similar Weird Science is to Y Tu Mama Tambien."

— David Cairns (via Twitter: @davidcairns)

10/27. Tell Your Friends by @varnado @ Roxie Cinemas. 3117 16th Street. SF. 9:30 PM. $11. Advance Tickets: Here.

[Last day to catch this gem of a film. Tell your friends about “Tell Your Friends”]

10/23. Tell Your Friends by @varnado @ Roxie Cinemas. 3117 16th Street. SF. 12:30 PM. $11. Advance Tickets: Here.

[Double post! With good reason, this documentary is dope.]

San Francisco Documentary Festival. Film: Tell Your Friends. Director: Victor Varnado.  Showtimes: 10/23 (12:30 PM) and 10/27 (9:30 PM). Featuring Reggie Watts, Kurt Braunohler & Kristen Schaal, Christian Finnegan, Leo Allen, Rob Paravonian and Liam McEneaney.

[I had the happenstance pleasure to watch this movie last night at Roxie Theater in the Mission District. The movie documents one of New York’s best places for comedy, showcasing a variety of dangerously funny individuals. It should be a criminal misdemeanor to be as funny as the people in this feature. The concert is intersected with interviews from some of the world’s greatest humorists (i.e. Marc Maron, Paul F. Tompkins) detailing the tremendous highs of independent shows and the untold lows. Director Victor Varando, a hilarious comic in his own right, pays masterful tribute the pride of the comedy community. Every performance inspires additional applause, every laugh double tracked between time and space. This movie is a must see for any comedy nerd from the budding to ferocious. If you’re irked by laughter, need not appear. Go get it San Francisco!]

Don’t Smile Productions PSA. More Information on the project: Here.

I just found out that Miranda July, writer/actor/director of one of my favorite movies (Me and You and Everyone We Know) grew up in the Bay Area. This is awesome. This is all.

REPOST: In light of Wyatt’s appearance at Cobb’s, here’s the trailer of a movie that bridges Cenac to the City forever. I should really find a copy of this.

[Medicine for Melancholy]

The Purple Onion. Teaser One. Starring Edwin Li. Directed by. Mathew Szymanoski.

I just realized that Mrs. Doubtfire is the quintessential San Francisco comedy. Robin Williams, Scott Capurro, drag queen plot line and montages with bridges.