The newest brain child of friend of Homorazzi’s Mark Kenneth Woods, known for the Deb and Sisi series, premiered on OutTV two weeks ago, with the second episode just airing this week. This latest mini series follows a group of delinquent characters all vying to win the title of spokesman for their hometown in a television competition testing their, *ahem*, “skills”.
Premiering to mixed opinions, the comedy series actually does something that I haven’t seen OutTV do before, and new blood and fresh ideas on that network are always welcome in my books. With more extras on the internet than there is actual television show, after every episode you can go online to, for instance, watch the audition videos after the first episode, or catch the blogs the characters have created in a, mostly, disastrous attempt to win that grand prize. Not only do you get an entertaining show, you also can delve into the internet side of the show and get to know the characters a little more in a non-live “After Dark” style thing.
One of my favorite movies of 2012 was most certainly Pitch Perfect, starring Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson. The comedy had so many great lines and just as much great music that it was hard not to fall in love with it.
For a competition for Virgin Radio that is going on here in Vancouver, Homorazzi’s friends Ryan Steele and Amy Goodmurphy submitted a video with their take on a 60-second version of the film. The video even stars Homorazzi’s Nic as the love interest, along with several other familiar faces from Ryan Steele’s hilarious YouTube videos.
Watch the video below and vote for them via the link provided underneath to help support this crazy funny and hard-working comedy duo so they have a chance of winning the $10,000 grand prize!
Are you or someone you know constantly distracted by technology…constantly distracted by what people post on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook? As you know, all of these such social networks are available as apps on all smartphones so quite often you can see people walk around like a “zombie” as they stare into their iPhone and become oblivious to the world around them.
The awful thing is that I totally see Tyrell and I as Ryan and Amy in this video – not to the same extreme, but definitely some similarities – LOL. Enjoy the hilarious video below and put your phone away more often!
One of my favorite things to watch is those moments when a hilarious comedian cracks up. Anytime Kristen Wiig cracked up on SNL or that hilarious and infamous Disney sketch with Debbie Downer & Lindsay Lohan – epic! Well, Ryan Steele has released his blooper reel for 2012, revealing all of those laugh-out-loud moments that didn’t make the final cut.
From moments where they messed up where they were saying to the countless times where they cracked up when becoming conscious of how hilarious they probably sound or look in whatever the outrageous scene may me. Ryan Steele and Amy Goodmurphy have to say and do some pretty effed up things in these wacky videos so it’s always fun to see them crack up at the hilarity of it all as well.
With so many familiar Vancouverites in the video, keep your eyes peeled and you might even catchy myself and fellow Homorazzi cast member Nic at a few points throughout the video. I’m wearing a hideous wig and Nic is shirtless at the end.
It’s snowing like crazy outside here in Vancouver (which doesn’t happen often), so it seems appropriate to toast to the “Christmassy” weather by enjoying a hilarious new Christmas-themed video from Ryan Steele and Amy Goodmurphy. This fearless & funny twosome have played various characters over the year, but this time they’re playing their much-loved “Moms Over Miami” characters.
Last year, they released a “Drunk Christmas” music video as the over-the-top gals with gunts, but in this year’s holiday special, Judy Campbell (Goodmurphy) reveals a dark secret to Susan Derulo (Steele)…that she has a crush on her cousin. That’s right, Susan caught Judy off guard by inviting Nicholas as a surprise, and now Judy is finding it impossible to hold herself back. In one verse she sings, “Crushing on your first cousin is weird and kinda sick, but all I really wanna do is suck on his fat d*ck.” LOL! Seriously, this video will make you laugh… and be sure to watch until the very end.
As a bonus, I’ve also included the “Drunk Christmas” music video from last year as well because it’s worth checking out if you haven’t… and re-watching if you have.
The following video is a trailer for the (pretend) upcoming movie ‘Likes‘ about two people (Steele & Goodmurphy) obsessed with Facebook likes. They post sexy and horny shots in order to be validated by the likes, but what happens when they don’t get the response they’re seeking? How far will they go to get the online validation they so desperately need? Really far. Their worlds spiral out of control really fast and they become “Likes” junkies. The video also stars Yuzuru Yabuki, Chris Cook, and Jeff Lynch.
This isn’t the first social media related video they’ve done in 2012. Earlier this year, the two made a music video that was all about Instagram called “Instagram Me Baby.”
Oh. Em. Gee. I’ve seen many of Ryan Steele, Amy Goodmurphy and Jeff Lynch‘s parodies (and was even in one), but I think this one is my favorite. A group of gays dress in drag (excluding Goodmurphy, who is already a fierce & funny female) and they reenact one of their favorite scenes from the Canadian hit TV show, Degrassi Junior High. Joining the three of them are two of my other funny friends, Rawn and A.J.
This particular episode was all about peer pressure! It was titled “The All-Nighter” and originally aired back on December 17, 1990. Whoa, that was a long time ago. Watch the scene as Kathleen brings drugs to Melanie’s slumber party and a game of “truth or dare” goes bad. Seriously, I have some of the funniest friends. Keep them coming guys…and Amy :) Enjoy the video below.
Leave it to Ryan Steele and Amy Goodmurphy (with the help of Dan Zachary) to create this latest hilarious gem of a video titled, “The Trench Coat Lesbians“. As you’ll see, the video is inspired by Faster Pussycat Kill Kill (1965) as well as the 1940s. So what happens when a few “trench coat lesbians” go to the bar?
Set in the ’40s or ’50s (I think), Diane (played by Steele) comes into the bar looking to meet Mrs. Right… or Mrs. Right now, whichever comes first I guess. She sits down with Sherry (played by Goodmurphy) who is not beyond intimidating and says whatever the hell she wants. As the two start to get to know each other, Sherry’s ex Karen (played by the adorable Yuzuru Yabuki) walks by which catches Sherry totally off guard. The reason being is that Karen’s a bad bitch… a real bad bitch.
So what happens with Diane and Sherry? Do they hit it off? You’ll have to watch to find out.