An Evening With Kevin Smith 2 + 3

Synopsis: Edgy, smart and raunchier than ever, filmmaker Kevin Smith returns with An Evening With Kevin Smith 2: Evening Harder. This all-new 2-disc set contains wildly irreverent and uproarious tour footage from Smith’s concerts in London and Toronto. Don’t miss your chance to hear the innermost thoughts and brazen opinions of the writer/director who brought you inspired films like Clerks, Dogma, and his latest, Clerks II.
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Synopsis: The Clerks guy is back, telling tall tales and basically being a big, fat, pop culture geek. Join the cult film icon and director of Zack and Miri Make a Porno as he celebrates his 37th birthday in a hilarious, profusely sweaty, take-no-prisoners performance in front of a packed hometown crowd! You’ll be gasping for air as Smith colorfully details the behind-the-scenes on Live Free or Die Hard and Clerks II, provides far too much information on the mating rituals of his dogs, and paints a painfully funny picture of the Jury Duty from Hemorrhoid Hell! A Threevening With Kevin Smith means 3x the raunch, 3x the hilarity, and 3x the charm of the film world’s favorite potty-mouthed raconteur.
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An Evening With Kevin Smith 2: Evening Harder 7.5

Sold Out: A Threevening With Kevin Smith 7.0

I know that it’s been a long time since I posted. It’s very uncustomary, but I’ve been busy as heck an all I watched were special features and alternate versions of films I’ve already commented on here.

For one, I was wrapping up the whole sci-fi binge that I had been on for the last 6 months, and I finished off (as you may discern) the whole Kevin Smith series I had started in early-August. It was fun.

The “Evening With Kevin Smith” series is a set of spoken-word engagements that he’s been doing over the years. It’s vastly entertaining, if you’re into very crude humour and unflinching reflections about life. They are all exceptionally long (at least a whopping 3h30m each!!!), though, so it takes up a lot of time.

But it can be worth it.

Personally, I found the second volume better than the third (but not better than the first!) because of the second DVD. The first DVD was a show in Toronto and it was only okay. But the second, in London, was pretty awesome – and it totally compensated.

As for the third volume… well, it’s still entertaining – as they all are. The problem is that it’s not nearly as funny; the laughs are spread further apart due to Smith lengthy diatribes (one story can last a good 40 mins! No joke!). But it’s still interesting to hear him and the special features -90mins of out-takes- are funny as heck and are worth the effort (even after sweating out the frist 4 hours!).

Anyway, it’s over.

…and now begins my month-long binge of horror-themed movies (some more loosely than others – like ‘Ghostbusters’)

So do check in for my daily spookshow. It should be a frightfully grand time.

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