One of the greatest, funniest and most quotable of all comedy films - 'This Is Spinal Tap' - was released 30 years ago this
Every time you sit back and rock with laughter at the efforts of 'The Office', 'The Royle Family', 'Arrested Development
Comedy, like almost everything else in the world, goes through different phases. Inspired by the success of Curb Your Enthusiasm, there's been an increasing number of improvised comedies being produced or in the pipeline. But after distinctly mixed reviews for Jeff Garlin's Dealin' with Idiots and Christopher Guests Family Tree, is this a sustainable format?
Christopher Guest is back with his new TV series Family Tree starring Chris O'Dowd as a down-and-out guy trying to find his roots through genealogy. But Guest didn't do it alone as British actor and filmmaker Jim Piddock co-created the funnyman's version of Who Do You Think You Are?...
As Nigel Tufnel, the raddled English rocker who wants his amp to go “one louder”, Christopher Guest secured his place in
Long before The Office, there was This is Spinal Tap. Now the man behind this enduring wonder big screen mockumentary is