28 September 2005

Things with More Appeal.8

To quote the brilliant poet Sir Baron Von Ladies Love Cool James, Esq., "Yeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaah, boyeeeeeeeeee!!!" Today brings the 8th installment of Things with More Appeal, and thusly marks our two month anniversary since we first shared that awkward, slightly dry kiss. What's the customary gift for such an occasion? Edible panties, or as we like to call them, "panties"? Monogramed nipple clamps? Anal? Well, we know what we're going to get for you, angel. A copy of this week's Thing: the just-released DVD from an up-and-coming comic by the name of Brett Siddell. If you're into the underground comedy scene, get in here on the ground floor.

Brett Siddell: Live and Free in Anisq'oyo is the first stand-up special by this comic, and it's filmed in HD (which we'd never really seen before, but looks insanely good here) by ArsenalHD, a baby of a production company, but one with lots of promise. And we are not exaggerating when we say this DVD special epitomizes the term "ballnutz" (ArsenalHD copyright pending beotch!). We've seen this special a few times, and we have to say you never get used to seeing The Pirate (pictured) pour a 40oz. into his disfunctional eye socket (not pictured). Yes, that actually happens on this thing. No. Seriously.

And, not that we have a conflict of interest here or anything, but if you want to support independent comedy/ filmmaking, here's an easy way to do it for pretty damned cheap. We know how you love to laugh, darling. So grab a beer or ten, settle down and check this show out. We've been quoting it since we first saw it, and actually, we can't seem to stop... It's kind of a problem. And after you watch this, you'll realize why we're always asking you to bend us over "like a... like a... map?" before collapsing into a fit of giggles.

Anyway, check it out. You can watch clips of it here for free if you don't believe us when we say it's awesome. But we're sure once you do shell out the $15 (which includes shipping-- noice!), you'll realize Mr. Siddell and his hilarious antics are indeed, quite appealing.

1 comment:

Gavin Heslet said...

This is the best damned stand-up I've seen in a while. All hail Brett Siddell as the next jesus, or somebody famous like that.