Articles by Colin Joliat
Lil Dicky is back to remind everyone he’s the best Jewish rapper in the game today. “White Dude” is a heart-warming tale of not being black, Hispanic, or female.
The Don Jon trailer just dropped, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt did a bang up job. Don Jon is Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s directorial debut, and it might be the first romantic comedy that’s actually worth watching.
An entertaining showdown is brewing between Magic Hat and Sixth West over a beer label that might be a little too similar. Can’t we all just get so drunk we forget trademark law ever happened? Apparently not.
Eric Stonestreet hit the big time with Modern Family, and he likes to celebrate each season by going to Vegas. He told Jay Leno about his last trip when a fan unknowingly offered to pick up a round of $56 per pour bourbon.
Much of the hype surrounding the new Superman movie, Man of Steel, has been directed towards General Zod. He rains pain in the newest trailer, ominously titled “Fate of Your Planet.”
We love Alice Eve, even more so now that she confessed to Conan that she was a naughty schoolgirl. Intentionally sticking her boobs out for the entire interview doesn’t hurt her cause either.
Ever wonder what would happen if you mixed Game of Thrones with a classic Coors Light commercial? Of course you have. Well, ponder no more because it’s happened. Here’s to dragons…and twins!
Tom Green joined the ranks of celebrities with their own beer. He teamed up with Beau’s Brewing to create “The Tom Green Beer,” a milk stout with flavors of chocolate and coffee.
CinemaSins has cranked out more than 25 funny video critiques of movies. Identifying everything wrong with Mortal Kombat might be their biggest challenge yet.
The price of shitty beer rose almost 7% in the last 7 months. It’s easy to blame the hipsters, but for once it’s not actually there fault. They’re still annoying though.
The secret to any successful comedy is gags that run throughout the series that make loyal fans feel special. Arrested Development has no shortage of inside jokes, 18 of which are represented in this supercut.