Live performance from German comedian Henning Wehn in which he discusses Britain's decision to leave the EU and tackles the hot-button topic of immigration.
The handsome and funny host of The Soup on E! and star of the hit NBC show, Community, brings you his first stand-up special ever. Joel McHale discusses everything from feeding alligators in the south to wanting to change the San Francisco 49er’s name to something a little more relevant. This is not actually filmed in Pyongyang, but it’s definitely a stand-up special and it's 100% really filmed in San Jose. Go Seahawks!
North Carolina-born Jon Reep brings the laughs to Chicago and discusses everything from outdated state laws to giant satellite dishes and asks maybe the most important question - why isn’t there a fresh salt guy at restaurants?
Colin Quinn returns to the stage in "Unconstitutional" where he tackles 226 years of American Constitutional calamities in 70 Minutes.
Delivering laughs for the entire family, "Apostles of Comedy: Onwards and Upwards" is a hilarious stand-up comedy feature film for the faith-based community starring comedy superstars Jeff Allen, Ron Pearson and Keith Alberstadt.
Ricky Gervais entertains a live audience in his first stand-up routine.
A year after Animals, Ricky Gervais comes back with his second stand up comedy tour: Politics.
The third of Ricky Gervais' themed live stand-up shows.
In an irreverent but heartfelt stand-up show, Turkish comedian Cem Yılmaz shares stories about childhood, social media and Turks on holiday abroad.
Katherine Levac has just given birth to two babies, but also to a new show. Nearly 60 minutes of unpublished material, recorded at the end of the summer in front of an audience, she tackles with sharpness and authenticity subjects such as assisted reproduction, grossophobia, sperm banks, climbing Everest, cows, La Vie d'Adèle and eating rubber. A tribute to the most productive, grandiose and constipated 9 months of her life.
The First One Woman Show from The Netherlands nr. 1 Female Comedian Tineke Schouten.
Tineke Schouten: Theatersuccessen
A country girl (Simone Berriau) finds work as a chorus girl in Paris, gets embroiled with a bad egg, and then finds true love with a good-looking milkman.
Kathy Griffin delivers a stand-up set at the Wells Fargo Center for the Arts in Santa Rosa, Cal. The celeb-skewering comic targets Justin Bieber, Justin Timberlake, Jodi Arias and Barbra Streisand, and also talks about a family dinner and her dogs.
This is the story of three characters (brothers Tomek and Jacek and their neighbor Magda), each of them is in their own way lonely and alienated. The title character makes herself secluded. Tomek's alienation results from his neurological disease, and Jacek contacts the world mainly via the Internet. This is also a film about love. Love of one brother to the other and of one alienated human being to the other. All together it creates a very universal picture with a Polish entourage.
Cats Made of Rabbits is the brand new Stand-Up Comedy release from Keith Lowell Jensen. Jensen is the renowned "Atheist Comedian" and he returns to his hometown and spews utterly sincere filth for over an hour. Watch it on Sunday morning. It's almost as funny as church but without the awful music and begging for money. Jensen gives you the best or at least the most obscenity laden yet still scientific arguments to use against creationists. This DVD also includes an interview with Keith Lowell Jensen, TV Spot for To The Moon and a Trailer for Why Lie? I Need a Drink.
Straight-talking comedian Jay Mohr tackles subjects from unexpected visitors, bringing up children (and dogs) to working with Chris Farley on SNL in his brilliant new stand-up special.
An independently-released comedy special from Kurtis Conner.
Describing David Crowe's stand-up reads like the beginning of the Dickens' classic, A Tale of Two Cities. "It was the smartest of shows. It was the dumbest of shows. It was erudite and sophisticated. It was physical and ridiculous. It was horrifying. It was hilarious." Crowe stormed the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with five star reviews and agglomerations of madding fans. He's won the Seattle and San Francisco comedy competitions, and has numerous appearances on Comedy Central and The Bob & Tom Radio Show. "Crooked Finger" was taped at the Triple Door Theater in downtown Seattle. It includes topical and some wild material that didn't air on his Showtime Comedy Special. See the show that the Herald called "a lethal comedy whiplash."