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Chris Morris blackly brilliant terrorism comedy is now available to stream whenever you want.
The first movie from comedy genius Chris Morris (and Drafthouse Films!) finally arrives on Blu and DVD. Details within!
The terrorism comedy FOUR LIONS continues to play to audiences across the country. Now director Chris Morris has recorded a very special video introduction to play at the West End Cinema in Washington DC.
The next leg of the FOUR LIONS press tour brings Devin, Chris and Tim to Seattle, where they meet up with FOUR LIONS star Kayvan Novak and have a very good meal. Also: terrorism happens!
Last week Chris Morris screened his terrorism comedy for police officers on the front line of the war on terror. What did they think? (Here’s a hint: They liked it)
Devin checks in from the last legs of the FOUR LIONS press tour.
Give us this day our daily trailer! Today’s selection comes from 1964, when Stanley Kubrick unleashed his pitch black Cold War satire DR. STRANGELOVE on the world. How do you sell that? Find out with this trailer.
The first two days of the tour were easy. Hanging out in LA is no big deal, even when it’s tiring, and at the end of the night I went home to my own bed and my own girlfriend and my own cats. But even now, just a handful of days into the tour (I write this on my second night in Washington DC), it feels like a long, long time ago. I have to comb through my own Tweets in order to reconstruct the events of the first trip on the tour, the day we flew to San Francisco.
Devin begins his road trip with director Chris Morris. This episode: Matt Stone, punching machines, zombies, an all-meat restaurant, and three Q&As.
Badass Digest’s Devin Faraci is joining famed UK satirist and FOUR LIONS director Chris Morris on a multi-city screening tour starting…. well, right about now!
Check out the awesome limited edition poster for Chris Morris’ FOUR LIONS, the first release from Drafthouse Films!
Okay, maybe we’re just a little bit biased on this one.