Latest Movie Releases: Week of April 25
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The Winnipeg Comedy Festival celebrates its 15th year in 2016, and is once again bringing many of Canada's top comedians – along with a few favourites from the U.S. – out to the middle of nowhere (ie. ShowbizMonkeys.com's headquarters of Winnipeg) to make a whole bunch of people laugh.
The Winchesters have a small window of time to stop a monster that returns once every twenty seven years before it can kill again.
It's been a week since Sam and Dean saw Castiel/Lucifer and Amara so as always, they need to get their minds off of saving the world with a case.
We have no doubt heard of many great stand-up comics over the years. Names like Jim Gaffigan, the late John Pinnette, Russell Peters, and of course Jerry Seinfeld are all hosehold names. Surely well on his way to becoming a well known figure among the greats is Doogie Horner, with his debut album, A Delcate Man.
If you're into having a great laugh, this is an album not to be missed.
Melissa McCarthy delivers a superb performance in this latest release, The Boss. Directed by McCarthy's real-life husband, Ben Falcone (Tammy), this is guaranteed to be one of the funniest movies of the year.
What do you get when you have Lucifer and an object touched by the hand of God? Not much.
Never underestimate the resolve of a desperate man. That is exactly what Crowley did when he released a soul from its contract he made long ago after the man secured the Horn of Joshua; another hand of God relic.
Pete Johansson has spanned the globe with his comedy. After performing in Vancouver for several years, Pete turned a successful visit to the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal into a move to Los Angeles, performing around the U.S. and appearing on American and Canadian television. Then he moved again.
Andy Kindler has often been called a "comic's comic" – someone who many of your favourite comedians love and appreciate. But while that term is certainly meant as a compliment, it's also selling his career in comedy short.
Vancouver comic Erica Sigurdson has been a mainstay in the Canadian comedy scene for well over a decade now. Hitting every major mark for a top comedian in Canada, she's one of the most frequent performers on the popular CBC Radio program The Debaters, filmed a Comedy Now! special, and appeared countless times at festivals nationwide (including Montreal's Just for Laughs and the recently re-branded JFL NorthWest).
Sam might be knocking on death's door but Dean won't let that happen without a fight.
After yet another week (seriously, another week) without any new about Amara or Lucifer, Sam has found a case. After some hikers were found dead with their hearts missing, the Winchesters ask around town and the trail eventually leads into the woods where they find the missing couple, Corbin and Michelle.
The oldest rule of hunting: you can't save everyone.
Another week and still no news on Amara or Castiel. Looking for a layup, Sam suggests that he and Dean take a case in Grand Rapids where a young girl has suddenly fallen into a coma. Dean is hesitant but they head to the hospital and talk to the girl's mother, Naoki.
Screenwriter Jeffrey John Eyamie -- who recently had his television pilot Split Level accepted by the National Screen Institute's Totally Television program, and has worked in the writer's room of the critically-acclaimed HBO Canada show Less than Kind -- is embarking on new territory this week. Eyamie releases his first novel, No Escape from Greatness (from Turnstone Press), this Thursday, March 24.