Bobcat Goldthwait

"Here's the deal, years ago I made a lot of sarcastically shocking and offensive jokes," the comedian said.
Is there anything better than a reunion of good friends who haven't seen each other in a long time? On the most recent episode
In the conclusion of my exclusive two-part audio montage series, I talked with celebrities, activists and filmmakers at the 17th annual Provincetown International Film Festival (PIFF) press luncheon.
This week I talked with Lisa Viola, Senior Programmer for the Provincetown International Film Festival that takes place June 17th to June 21st in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
It's not too often one gets to meet a true cowboy, especially if that cowboy happens to be the legendary Bob Gimlin, the man who encountered Bigfoot on that fateful day of October 20, 1967.
Bobcat Goldthwait's God Bless America might be one of the last movies you want to watch, but it's probably the first you need to.
He is a shaman of the disenfranchised. A crazed preacher for agnosticism. And he's the closest thing in today's world to Carlin or Kinison. He destroys the audience with a full assault of passionate, poignant pontification.
During my week in San Francisco, there were so many tantalizing events it was hard to decide what to see. The 12th Annual Sf Sketchfest was an ambitious undertaking, featuring 166 shows, lasting three and a half weeks and showcasing some of the best talent performing today.
Why can't a film simply exist without trying to change the world? There are plenty of different kinds of movies, and in the chaos of awards season some wonderful, little flicks are completely forgotten.
Football has the '67 Packers, basketball the '92 Bulls and improv has Dr. God. Definitely one of the tightest teams in improv today, if Dr. God continues performing, there is no limit to their potential.
Bobcat Goldthwait is mad as hell, and he's not going to take it anymore. At least, the two main characters of his dark comedy God Bless America won't.
Friday, May 18 Buzz Bissinger at Politics and Prose The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "3 Nights in August" (an excellent
From Glenn Beck to TMZ to American Idol, no one is safe from Goldthwait's razor-edged wit, which is informed by his unhappiness at the kind of things that pass for news in the world of the 24-hour news cycle.
An antidote to the current state of popular culture and media, God Bless America takes square aim at everything that is crass, craven and crappy on television, radio and everywhere else.
This commentary continues on my website. But I did last night. God bless Bobcat Goldthwait - his fourth film, God Bless America
Bobcat Goldthwait's writing is brutal and funny, full of awkward pauses and the kind of outrageously off-color banter that can make you gasp at its ruthlessness.
director Bobcat Goldthwait's World's Greatest Dad is a movie that bravely subverts the sub-genre of "family comedy" while being trenchant, wonderfully touching and finely acted.