The trailer for Ridley Scott’s Alien (1979) recut by Mashable Watercooler as a comedy wherein Jonesy wreaks adorable havoc on board the Nostromo.
A male friendship becomes deep and meaningful.
Radio Direland writes:
This secret footage leaked from inside Irish Water headquarters reveals plans for a major makeover of the company. Tune in next week for more explosive revelations.
Coming soon to this site and other social media platforms.
A new five-part comedy web series by Valerie Ní Loinsigh and Eoghan McQuinn. To wit:
Valerie & Eoghan are two drama school drop-outs who assume many uncomfortable positions in life, entry level minimum wage jobs and fetal positions on the couch. Together they must face the economic realities and mental delusions of their mid-20s. Okay fine, late 20s…
You’ll want to rent a tiny bedsit in the area.
‘Our’ Emily writes:
Above is a flyer for our debut comedy night in The new Bowery venue 196 Lower Rathmines Road, Rathmines, Dublin 6….Acts include John Colleary, Ruth O’Kelly Hunter, Pauline Shanhan and James Moran. It’s in collaboration with Abner Browns. Free in tonight... We are testing it out!
A decade on.
Hugh Cooney writes:
I’ve taken it upon myself to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of posting ‘Accessorise Accessorise Accessorise’. Maybe your readers would like to join me in watching beans spill from my mouth, once more, for old times’ sake… whaddaya say, guys?
“For Lily and Ben, there are only two certainties in life, death and… is it tax day already?!”
The season closer for the Dublin-based web comedy series following the trials of a millenial couple from the minds and acting chops of Kelly Shatter, Luke Benson and Kevin Handy.
‘A comedy sketch about a baby’.
By Cavan/Dublin comedy troupe LinceCraic.
Contains: hairy adults.
Thanks Malachy McKeever