The bizarro world of Camp Firewood is somehow hilariously relatable to our current time.
The comedian talks to HuffPost about his new project with TBS.
In the latest installment, when his guest is the aforementioned Michael Showalter, he's cranks the sardonic meter up more
"Hello, My Name Is Doris" does not yet have distribution. More on the film can be found here. This year's South by Southwest
A compilation of the funniest lines from the 2001 film Wet Hot American Summer
There are so many reasons to love "Wet Hot American Summer," from the spot-on summer camp references to Bradley Cooper and
Michael Showalter is perhaps best known for co-writing and starring in Wet Hot American Summer, but Showalter has been finding new ways to make people laugh since he was a member of the sketch comedy troupe The State, on MTV.
When Michael arrived for our recent Geeking Out interview, I gingerly asked if he remembered the time I approached him on the street. Guess what? He didn't!
Obviously, not everyone in Park Slope, Brooklyn has a kid, and not everyone who has a kid in Park Slope thinks that screaming
"Wet Hot American Summer" didn't exactly set the box office on fire when it was released in 2001, but since then, cast members
Need a new car? You do now. So far he's done eight promotional spots for the company, and they're all wonderfully quirky
In short: yes. Rudd and Banks, along with a number of other co-stars from the 2001, 1980s-set camp film, told Entertainment
I want to focus on making film and possibly TV and more theater. I want to produce more quantities of things--create an amazing
A beloved film that helped launch the careers of some of today's top comedic actors, writers and directors, "Wet Hot American
"Wet Hot American Summer" is regarded as a cult comedy classic, but had an email exchange between director David Wain and
Thanksgiving is a time for turkey, family, bickering, wine, balloons, tryptophan, naps and overall seasonal charm. It is
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Here in New York, we all have voyeuristic tendencies.