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Comedy

In Fabric (Trailer)

In Fabric (Trailer)

A dress in a London department store ruins the life of anyone who wears it. A literally killer dress? Sounds like the makings of a B-movie, but if the indie masters at A24 picked it up, it must mean it’s a winner.

The Farewell (Trailer)

The Farewell (Trailer)

In this comedy drama film, a beloved grandmother is terminally ill, but the family’s other elders don’t want her to know. They use a relative’s wedding as an excuse to reunite and be with her one last time. But one of the granddaughters rebels at the ruse. Stars rapper Awkwafina. Premieres 7/12/19.

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Batman Goes Indie

Batman Goes Indie

In the midst of a night out crime fighting, Batman gets the call he never expected. Wayne Enterprises is cutting their R&D division, and he must give up all his Bat-toys. The Warp Zone returns from a long hiatus with a hilarious sketch about what ensues for Bats.

The Dead Don’t Die (Trailer)

The Dead Don’t Die (Trailer)

Bill Murray and Adam Driver lead an all-star cast in Jim Jarmusch’s zombie comedy film The Dead Don’t Die. Also starring Tilda Swinton, Chlöe Sevigny, Selena Gomez, Danny Glover, the RZA, Tom Waits, Iggy Pop, Rosie Perez and Steve Buscemi. Drops 6/14/19.

The Art of Self-Defense (Teaser)

The Art of Self-Defense (Teaser)

After thugs attack and mug him, Casey gets tired of being a wimp. So he signs up for karate classes. But the dojo he enrolls at seems to be putting others down even as it builds him up. Jesse Eisenberg stars in this criticallyacclaimed dark comedy.

Booksmart (Trailer)

Booksmart (Trailer)

(PG-13: Language) Valedictorian Molly and activist Amy are graduating from high school. They realize they missed out on a lot of fun stuff. Time to catch up. Olivia Wilde’s criticallyacclaimed debut looks like the female version of Superbad. Premieres 5/24/19.

Good Boys (Trailer)

Good Boys (Trailer)

(PG-13) The red band trailer for Good Boys, a movie about the misadventures of three 12-year-old friends. It begins with one of them not knowing how to kiss, and ends up with adult toys, cops ,and more. They sound like little Jonah Hills. Premieres 8/2019.

The Worst Planet on Earth

The Worst Planet on Earth

(PG-13: Language) Penny was an astronaut from the ’60s who was sent through a wormhole. She ended up 1000 years into the future, and found nothing but a wizard who’s addicted to cola. Joe & Lloyd Stas’ comedy short film is definitely driven by its characters.

Water Closet

Water Closet

After a night on the town, a man with a few too many drinks in him stops in a public toilet to relieve himself. But when he’s not exactly tidy, the restroom reminds him to clean up his act. Director Simeon Duncombe’s darkly-comic short film is well worth a watch.

Hellboy (Trailer 2)

Hellboy (Trailer 2)

(PG_13: Language, Gore) The red band trailer for the Hellboy reboot wows with glimpses of its fantastic monsters and other visual effects, while still leaning on the movie’s comedic side. We hope the rest of it has better jokes. The film premieres 4/12/19.

The Big Break

The Big Break

(PG-13: Language) Two New Yorkers trying to break into Hollywood finally lose it, and everything goes to hell. Writer and director Gil Freston tries to make a name for himself by making fun of the very industry and city that he needs in this meta-comedy short film.

Finding Steve McQueen (Trailer)

Finding Steve McQueen (Trailer)

Travis Fimmel and Forest Whitaker star in a comedy heist film set in the early 1970s. It’s a fictionalized account of the United California Bank burglary, in which a group of thieves stole millions of dollars from Richard Nixon’s illegal campaign fund. Premieres 3/15/19.

Man Who Killed Don Quixote (Trailer)

Man Who Killed Don Quixote (Trailer)

In Terry Gilliam’s long awaited adaptation of Don Quixote, Adam Driver stars as an advertising executive who made a film about the Spanish character. He finds out years later that the lead actor (Jonathan Pryce) has gone insane and thinks he’s actually Don Quixote.

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Catch-22 (Teaser)

Catch-22 (Teaser)

A group of US airmen try to stay sane during World War II. Catch-22 is a six-episode miniseries on Hulu based on the classic dark comedy novel. It’s co-directed by George Clooney and stars Clooney, Hugh Laurie, Christopher Abbott, and Kyle Chandler.

I Am Richard Pryor (Trailer)

I Am Richard Pryor (Trailer)

(PG-13) The late comedian Richard Pryor is equally famous and infamous. Paramount Network’s upcoming documentary I Am Richard Pryor shares the standup legend’s brutal childhood, struggles with addiction and powerful legacy. Airs 3/15/19.

Shaft (Trailer)

Shaft (Trailer)

(PG-13: Language) “I’m an equal opportunity ass whooper.” Samuel L. Jackson reprises his role as detective John Shaft, nephew of the OG Shaft. This time, he has to make up for lost time with his nerdy and not-quite-badass son. Premieres 6/14/19.

Bill Bailey: Major/Minor

Bill Bailey: Major/Minor

“It makes it sound a bit Russian.” In his segment at the We Are Most Amused and Amazed 2018, comedian and musician Bill Bailey focused on the difference between the major and minor keys, and gamely provided transposed examples to prove his point.

Weird City (Trailer)

Weird City (Trailer)

From executive producers Jordan Peele and Charlie Sanders (Key & Peele writer) comes Weird City, a YouTube Premium comedy anthology film. It’s set in the future inside the titular city, where the haves and have nots are segregated.

The Top 3 Most Beautiful Things

The Top 3 Most Beautiful Things

Regardless of our upbringing, there are certain things that all humans find to be beautiful. At least that’s what Tristan Newcomb of Never Got Famous thinks, as he offers up his hilarious take on the things that bring us together. He also has a thing or two to say about tortilla chips.

The Spa

The Spa

A delivery man and his two helpers arrive at an old man’s house to deliver a spa. When they get there, the old man refuses to take the tub. The three buddies find out the reason behind the old man’s behavior and have a decision to make.

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Literally Hitting on Women

Literally Hitting on Women

(PG-13: Language) Stand-up comedian Phil Wang is what he calls “half-Chinese, half-normal.” His father has a hilarious – and now possibly punishable by law – version of How I Met Your Mother. Old Papa Wang don’t play.

Happy Death Day 2U (Trailer)

Happy Death Day 2U (Trailer)

(SPOILERS, Gore) Tree Gelbman survived a time loop where she was stuck in the same day until she identified who killed her. Now the curse is back, except this time it’s affecting her friends as well. The sequel to the funny slasher flick Happy Death Day drops 2/14/19.

Cold Pursuit (Trailer)

Cold Pursuit (Trailer)

Liam Neeson’s characters keep changing into brutal assassins. This time, it doesn’t even look like he has a military or secret agent background. He’s a snowplow driver who goes on a killing spree after his son is murdered. The action comedy film premieres 2/8/19.

Black Monday (Trailer)

Black Monday (Trailer)

(PG-13: Language) Executive Producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg present a dark comedy series starring Don Cheadle. Black Monday tells the origin of the eponymous stock market crash of 1987. Premieres 1/20/19 on Showtime.

Thunder Road (Trailer)

Thunder Road (Trailer)

Writer/director Jim Cummings’ feature-length adaptation of his award-winning short film. Thunder Road is a dark comedy about a police officer who struggles to cope with everyday life after his mother’s death and losing custody of his daughter. Drops 10/30/18 on iTunes.

FotC: Live in London (Trailer)

FotC: Live in London (Trailer)

(PG-13: Language) “This next one is, umm, it’s another duet.” We’re not crying, and it’s not rain on our face either. It’s just that Flight of the Conchords are back. Their new HBO special has both classics and new tunes, performed live in London. Premieres 10/6/18.

Stan & Ollie (Trailer)

Stan & Ollie (Trailer)

Stan & Ollie is a biographical drama about the legendary comedy duo Laurel and Hardy. The film follows the two in the 1950’s. As they embark on a tour, health and politics threaten their careers and friendship. Starring Oliver Coogan and John C. Reilly.

The Beach Bum (Teaser)

The Beach Bum (Teaser)

(PG-13: Language) Matthew McConaughey returns to comedy with the help of Harmony Korine (Spring Breakers). The actor plays Moondog, “a rebellious rogue who always lives life by his own rules.” Also starring Snoop Dogg, Isla Fisher and Zac Efron. Premieres 3/22/19.

Enough

Enough

Have you ever had the urge to touch a fire, just to see how it would feel? How about slapping the heck out of a noisy commuter? Film student Anna Mantzaris gives life to those and more sociopathic urges in this darkly comic animated short. Bill Burr would love this.

Anna and the Apocalypse (Trailer)

Anna and the Apocalypse (Trailer)

Described by critics as Shaun of the Dead meets La La Land, Anna and the Apocalypse is based on Zombie Musical, a short film by Ryan McHenry. It’s about a group of high schoolers slashing and singing their way through a zombie apocalypse. Premieres 12/2018.

Green Book (Trailer)

Green Book (Trailer)

Set in 1962, the Green Book sees an Italian-American bouncer from the Bronx driving a world class black pianist on a risky journey across the Deep South. Peter Farrelly directed this comedy drama starring Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen. Premieres 11/21/18.

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