You’ll never know what you’ll find
It isn’t a Comedy Commentary Cinema event without a ridiculous trailer that makes little to no sense. The original voiceover made fractionally more sense than what made it to the below, but who needs sense when you’ve got swords and sorcery? Music from Antiba.
Jasmine Fairbairn describes our last event as “a bunch of nerds watch a weird movie about the slumber massacre” in episode 347 of The Imaginary Friends Podcast and we are totally fine about that.
Thanks to all that came down to our event last night, and those who stuck around after the fantastic Facebook Friends Forever.
He’s one half of the dynamic duo performing at the Slumber Party Massacre event on July 6th, but just who is Sam Bowden?
He’s one half of the dynamic duo performing at the Slumber Party Massacre event on July 6th, but just who is Joel Spargo?
What if I were to tell you that on the same night as the next CCC, immediately before CCC is ANOTHER comedy event featuring three of Brisbanes finest?
I realised that I neglected to announce our next event in any sort of official manner. Whilst the trailer I posted last week should have made it fairly obvious what was up, I can understand if some of you were panicking from this ridiculous oversight. As a result, here are the details on our next…
Wondering what’s in store for our next CCC event on July 6th? Of course you are! You’re reading this right now! If you weren’t interested you’d have literally stopped reading already. There is nothing else to this message. Just the video. Yet here you are. Still reading. What’s wrong with you? There’s no hidden message…
Here’s a nice little write up from Concrete Playground. “The only place where chatting through a film is completely encouraged. There’s a time and a place for everything, and that includes talking, jeering and heckling in a cinema. Well, in a bar that’s screening a film, to be precise. Of course, the overall effect is…
All-in-all, Comedy Commentary Cinema is a brilliant communal experience for those who struggle to remain silent during awful films.
Thanks to Weekend Notes for their excellent write up on our event. Get your tickets for our May 18th event at The Milk Factory Bar & Kitchen here while you still can!