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I Need You To Kill
I Need You To Kill, follows three American comics – Chad Daniels, Pete Lee, and Tom Segura, on a six show tour through three of the world’s newest stand-up comedy scenes: Hong Kong, Singapore, and Macau. The film explores the anxieties and surprises of taking your act halfway around the world as well as giving a ground-floor glimpse into Asia’s newest growth industry – stand-up comedy.
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Chad Daniels: As Is
Shot live, at Acme Comedy Company, in Minneapolis, MN. Daniels' 'As Is' has been released on Amazon, Hulu, and Laughspin.com, among others.
Jackie Kashian: This Will Make an Excellent Horcrux
Listed in the top 5 of Vulture's Best Stand-Up Specials of 2014, here's Vulutre's take on Jackie's 'This Will Make an Excellent Horcrux':
"This is the sound of a veteran comedian killing it. Insanely quick and impeccably structured, this audio special seamlessly cuts through several juicy topics - a chunk about doing comedy for the troops in Iraq shifts to generally talking about conflict and how she's avoided it shifts to a bit about masculinity, and that shifts to Kashian talking about her dad, which shifts into a section about her marriage — while picking off smaller quirks along the way: her childhood, a life spent reading, video games, and why so many men have beards nowadays ('because no woman under 30 has any pubic hair.') It's a fantastic piece of work. "
The visual adaptation of the song 'Middle Coast,' which we created for Minneapolis-based band, The Usual Things.
The Middle Coast
Laurie Kilmartin: 45 Jokes About My Dead Dad
Listed as #7 of Vulture's Best Stand-Up Specials of 2016, here's Vulutre's take on Laurie's '45 Jokes About My Dead Dad':
Everyone experiences tragedy in their life, comedians just happen to be better at talking about it and talking about it in a way that doesn’t feel trite or hokey. In that way, 45 Jokes About My Dead Dad feels like a gift. Kilmartin delivers exactly as promised, and the result is a hilarious, painful, cathartic hour of comedy. It is also home to my favorite joke of the year: “I take comfort in the fact that he died doing what he did best: growing tumors. It was a skill he learned late in life, but, boy, he turned into a world-class master.”
*We edited Laurie's performance, while Angry Buddha Films combined it with interviews and other footage*