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The 1997 teen slasher film I Know What You Did Last Summer is still spoofed today for its title.

These movies have the most ridiculous titles of all time

Imani Hill, Graduate Contributor July 15, 2021

Sometimes films draw people in with trailers, teasers or posters without giving away too much of the plot. While some film titles are timelessly iconic, like “Gone with the Wind,” or are simple words...

Director and comedian Mel Brooks is known for many of his comedic parodies, but his jokes in Dracula: Dead and Loving It just landed flat.

These are surely some of the worst comedies

Imani Hill, Graduate Contributer April 6, 2021

Here is another list about comedies! I know what you are thinking: “Surely you can’t be serious on making another list about comedy films?” and all I can say is “Yes, I’m serious...and don’t...

The best comedies to watch this April Fools Day

The best comedies to watch this April Fools’ Day

Imani Hill, Journal Contributer March 30, 2021

It’s that time of the year again! We are now entering into April, which is considered to be awards season. But to some like myself, April 1 is considered to be April Fools’ Day, so let’s celebrate...

Seriously, Who’s Askin’? Suffolk comedy clubs collide for first ever combined show

Phoebe Adams February 5, 2020

For the first time, Suffolk University’s two comedy clubs, Seriously Bent and Who’s Askin’, combined on one stage to give students a night full of laughs, skits and plenty of improv. The show took...

Ben Pompilus was the DJ and judge on Thursday night

Unspoken Feelings gives students space to let loose with hip-hop and comedy

Eddie Reinhardt October 30, 2019

Unspoken Feelings held their first ever “Ram ‘N Out” event which mirrored the popular MTV hip-hop comedy show “Wild ’N Out.” Anye Nkimbeng, Unspoken Feelings club president and MC for the night,...

Star-studded cast and comical screenplay in ‘Wine Country’ will leave viewers chuckling

Star-studded cast and comical screenplay in ‘Wine Country’ will leave viewers chuckling

Morgan Hume June 3, 2019

Whether it’s Pinot Grigio or Merlot, this group of six lifelong best friends always have a glass of wine within reach as they embark on the ultimate girls-only weekend in the hilarious Netflix original...

By Facebook page Steve Sweeney

Steve Sweeney debuts at Suffolk with one-man show, “Townie”

Morgan Hume February 8, 2017

In an infamous chord progression, the Boston-bred Dropkick Murphy’s begin their hit “Dirty Water,” with a throaty description of their cherished hometown and the river that runs through it. In a...

Courtesy of Claire Boyle

Troupe chooses laughter, first

Felicity Otterbein June 1, 2016

Some students choose to express their passion. Whether it’s on the field or stage, students of Suffolk University choose to be involved in their university. For Seriously Bent, one of the two sketch...

Current Seriously Bent members and alumni at their Seriously Bent Takeover Show in February.
Photo courtesy of Seriously Bent Facebook page

Seriously Bent presents ‘April Showers’

Katherine Yearwood April 22, 2015

Seriously Bent, Suffolk’s improv comedy troupe, hosted their annual end of year revue show titled “April Showers,” on Friday. The show involved multiple sketches from spoiled children criticizing...

Laughter fills Wang Theatre for jester Jerry Seinfeld

Laughter fills Wang Theatre for jester Jerry Seinfeld

Colleen Day April 15, 2015

The hit show “Seinfeld” may have been a self-proclaimed show about nothing, but producer and star, Jerry Seinfeld at the sold-out Wang Theater on Friday reassured the audience that there are a lot...

Courtesy of Kingsman: The Secret Service Facebook page

New action-comedy recycles predictable themes

Katherine Yearwood February 18, 2015

Action-comedy, “Kingsman: The Secret Service,” came out in theaters Friday and although it proved to be both funny and exciting, the film presented unoriginal themes and a predictable plot line. When...

Courtesy of  The Golden Globes Facebook page

Comedy queens chronicle 20 years in the limelight

Jonathan Acosta Abi Hassan February 18, 2015

The Batman and Robin dynamic duo of comedy, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, have changed the way the world views women in show business and comedy in the last two decades. So, it came as no surprise that in...

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