Don't Think Twice tells the story of an improv troupe whose time together comes to an end due to a number of external forces. To promote the Los Angeles premiere, Joel Murphy was invited to a press luncheon featuring Mike Birbiglia, Kate Micucci and Keegan-Michael Key.
Joel Murphy reviews the controversial new adaptation of the Alan Moore/Brian Bolland story Batman: The Killing Joke.
Tony Marion looks at A&E's decision to censor language, but not violence, in its syndication of Criminal Minds.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle are once again joined by their good friend, and fellow Peak Slother, Marty McGuire. They also talk Matt Damon being bummed about by his depiction in Team America, the Divergent series' direct-to-TV final installment and Keanu Reeves' eclectic career.
Watch Lars Periwinkle and the guys from The Curioso team up once again for another 48 Hour Film.
Joel Murphy reviews Paul Feig's much-hyped, all-female Ghostbusters reboot.
Joel Murphy reviews Viggo Mortensen's new film Captain Fantastic, about a father raising his six kids in the wilderness in the Pacific Northwest.
With the unexpected success of Pokemon Go, Joel Murphy shares his "spec outline" for a live action Pokemon script.
Joel and Lars talk about the Pokemon Go phenomenon sweeping the nation (and its unintended consequences), Joel's road trip across America and George Takei's surprising reaction to learning Sulu would be gay in the new Star Trek movie.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle talk about Bobby Flay's weird competitiveness.