Shame, failures, no groupies: The making of a standup genius. By Brian Hiatt
FRANKIE BOYLE LIVE 2: IF I COULD REACH OUT THROUGH YOUR TV AND STRANGLE YOU I WOULD (2010) – Transcript
Scotland's sharp-tongued comedian wears his political incorrectness as a badge of honor, skewering modern society in this 2010 stand-up gig.
The notoriously controversial comedian Frankie Boyle delivers devastating social commentary by way of one-liners about the economy, corruption and more.
Hilariously distasteful, highly offensive, brutally honest, stand-up opinionator Frankie Boyle entertains a live crowd with savage attacks on Britain and the world.
Comedian Rory Scovel storms the stage in Atlanta, where he shares unfocused thoughts about things that mystify him, relationships and the "Thong Song."
Podcast TIFF Long Take interviews the iconic comedian, actor and filmmaker Louis C.K. to discuss his latest film I Love You, Daddy and what it means to be an artist today.
In Lisa Lampanelli's fifth stand-up special, the world's edgiest insult comic has a radically different look after her 100-pound weight loss and funky haircut. She's newly divorced and has re-started her entire life.
Erik Griffin’s performance at The Laugh Factory in Long Beach, Calif., finds him facing his titular ugly truth about both his outsides and his insides.