Host Matt Zaller got the chance to get some insight from NTSF:SD:SUV stars Paul Scheer and Karen Gillen on why he offends his guests. Special guests appearances by Patton Oswalt and Amy Sedaris for Heart She Holler. From #SDCC. So Adult Swimmy!
Going to see The Worlds End? Edgar Wright has a drinking game for you. Nick Frost can’t remember if he likes Matt while Simon gets serious. From Comic-Con 2013.
The greatest interviewer of all-time talks with Chloe Grace Moretz, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and Aaron Taylor-Johnson for Kick-Ass 2.
The “2 Guns” star joins the writing staff of MTV After Hours and we learn he has some very specific ideas of what’s funny.
What if the all-star comedy crew behind the “Grown Ups” movies never stopped? We visualize the horrifying results of “Grown Ups 10,” which sees the cast up to all their old tricks, but from a retirement home.
You don’t want to miss on the original, even more horrifying monster that was scrapped from the final cut of “Pacific Rim.”
Unfiltered’s Matt Zaller interviews attendees at The Heat’s red carpet premiere, as only he can.
World War Z is out in theaters. But you may want to check out the disaster porn World War XXX instead. Well, it’s just porn. You know you want to see zombie sex!
Take a crash course in how a movie goes from a painting to an animated movie, because for some reason, Pixar let Matt Zaller in on the secrets. Monsters University is in theaters June 21.
If you want to learn the basic mechanics of animation, perhaps the voice actors aren’t the place to start. This week, Matt Zaller puts paint to paper as a tribute to the cast of Epic, in theaters now.
Boys will be boys, especially when they’re actually 3 years old.
One man triumphs over anemia.
This week Matt Zaller reveals the secrets of his management style, which consists mainly of recklessly abusing immigration laws.
More from this episode: German correspondent DJ Flula heads to SXSW, while Matt Zaller grabs a video conference (of sorts) with Tina Fey for the upcoming release of her new movie Admission.
Matt Zaller gets a few pointers from Steve Carell about the magic of puns at the junket for The Incredible Burt Wonderstone. Catch The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, in theaters 3/15, also starring Jim Carrey and Steve Buscemi.
Treebeard’s been chilling up in Central Park, but he’s back with a brand new attitude to see “The Hobbit.”
Chris, the world’s biggest “Insidious” fan, makes one heck of an audition tape to try to land a role in the sequel.
This is 1. Not a Chevy commercial.
Matt has some problems with a new roommate, and the secrets of the medicine cabinet tell him to do a segment on “This is 40.”