This week saw the release of the fourth in the American Pie series, The Reunion, where we rejoin Stifler et al nearly a decade after we left them celebrating Jim’s marriage to Michelle. After the previous cinematic release, American Pie:
Following on from our look at the new series of Room 101 over the weekend, TCJ Reviews Editor Matt Higgins felt it fitting to choose Paul Merton, the show’s previous host, as the subject of this edition of Spotlight.
Matt Higgins caught up Joz Norris in London’s Covent Garden to discuss the show ‘I Have Something to Say: An Evening with Matt Fisher’, his influences and Norris’ plans for 2012.
As featured previously on TCJ, Joz Norris is an up and coming comedian, his character Matt Fisher wrote a guest blog a few weeks back and on Tuesday night TCJ’s Matt Higgins went along to see him live at the
TCJ Reviews Editor, Matt Higgins shares his view on the seminal slapstick comedy Bottom, recounting the show’s history, impact and, perhaps, future.
After the announcement that Netflix has licensed an as yet unknown number of new episodes to be streamed on the site in early 2013, we thought now would be a good time to have a look back at one of
Peep Show has been a firm favourite here at TCJ since it first appeared on our screens back in 2003 and huge credit must go to the writers, Jesse Armstrong, Sam Bain and Simon Blackwell for keeping the show consistently
Contrary to popular belief, Alexander Graham Bell did not invent the first telephone capable of practical use. He was in fact famous for another reason. During his life, Bell was a raging alcoholic; constantly red faced and he would sit
Horrible Bosses came out on DVD today (21/11), here is a synopsis of what the film offers if you are thinking of purchasing it, or given the time of year, purchasing it for someone else.
TCJ was part of a sold out crowd at the Hammersmith Apollo last night for Laugh or the Polar Bear Gets It, an annual event hosted by the wonderful people over at Friends of The Earth. Matt Higgins gives us
The second installment of new/old Foster’s comedy venture The Fast Show is online tomorrow (Thursday 17th) at 1pm. Ahead of this, in case you missed the first episode we have done a quick reaction piece to give you all a
Ahead of its cinema release on 11th November, TCJ were kindly invited to an advanced screening of Kill Keith, a tongue in cheek comedy-horror with a baffling yet wonderful cast.