Will Ferrell and Adam McKay are bringing the Australian cop comedy to The States. The series takes place during a drug bust and follows a group of dysfunctional couples that include a pair of officers on a stakeout, two dispatch workers, father-and-son criminals, and a couple of tunnelers. The trailer reveals that the show will be full of classic Ferrell humor and won't hold anything back thanks to its CBS All Access platform. Starring Tim Meadows. Patrick Brammall, Jesse Plemons, Amy Sedaris, and J.K. Simmons, No Activity will premiere on November 12, 2017.
What do you feed your house full of hungry Halloween guests? Thier own kind. Babish steals a page from everyone's favorite cannibal doctor and prepares a clay-roasted (pork) thigh, with a little help from You Suck at Cooking. Just don't tell your guests what's really in the roast.
Vintage VHS boxes were an art of their own. They were creepy, grotesque, and quite frankly f*cked up. None more so than the films of the 80s. Just walking through the aisle at your local Blockbuster could give you nightmares. But from the bizarre pictures to the warning labels, everything on the cover was a strategic form of the AIDA Advertising Method.
When you're a kid, family trips in the car could go from hours to what seemed like days. Riding with your head against the window, watching the scenery roll by, trying to ignore whatever your parents were listening to on the radio — the only outlet a kid had was to daydream. Ace skier Tom Wallisch makes car ride daydreaming a reality, cutting a line down a snowy street, over driveway snow mounds, and grinding over rails.
Every year, the beaches of Wildwood, New Jersey go back to the 1930s. The town plays host to The Race of Gentlemen where everything from your hotrod to your attire must be period correct. In this documentary, Daniel Soares captures the spirit of the event with footage of the vintage bikes and roadsters racing across the sand and the people behind the wheel.
The Honda Civic is the small car. Honda kicked off the economy car revolution in 1972, making the now-familiar front-wheel-drive hatchback configuration an industry standard. While the Civic was successful, Honda didn't rest on their laurels, continuing to refine the platform, pushing it into the realms of performance once reserved for larger cars with twice as much motor.