UnCONventional: AEE 2016
Taking one for the team, fearless Moron Life reporter Mike Flores is back with another UnCONventional. This time he braves the Adult Video Expo 2016 in Las Vegas for an almost safe for work look at what some might call, Porno Comic Con.
Felicia Day, Improv and San Diego…
Performance Review and Pics by Jason Salazar While she has conquered the online world with her hit web series The Guild and captured even many more nerd hearts by co-starring in the mega popular Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, Felicia Day wants to show off even more of her skills.
Coco in San Jo’
Concert Review Words and Pics by Christian Pizzirani San Jose, CA. In a night full of laughter, music, and self-pleasuring bears, Conan O’Brien’s “The Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television Tour” moved right along into the San Jose State Event Center with high energy and fun. Featuring members of his show band, such as […]
I Heart Hamas: And Other Things I’m Afraid to Tell You
by Clay Robeson Moron Life Staff Writer My first college drama instructor said that Theater was only good if it accomplished three things. One, it must entertain the soul. Two, it must elevate the spirit. Three, it must enlighten the mind. Tonight, I had the good fortune to catch the second to last performance of […]
A Moronic Valentines Day
Review of How We First Met by Clay Robeson, Moron Life Staff Writer While we do a ton of zany pre-written comedy on the show, my performance background is in Improvisation. There’s nothing quite like getting up on stage in front of a bunch of people with absolutely nothing prepared. Except, that is, going and […]
Fanboys return to San Jose! Keeping it real with the geek set, San Jose once again welcomed the popular comic book/popular culture convention, Super-Con to the convention center tent on May 16 and 17th. A separate and albeit smaller convention than San Francisco’s Wondercon, Super-Con shines in the sense that it allows the fans a […]
Cinequestin’ all over the place
Film Festival Review by Lon Lopez San Jose’s tribute to the motion pictures has come and gone for 2008 and with its eighteenth season, Cinequest had promised to be even bigger and better than ever. Touting the headline, “Discover” Cinequest is San Jose’s premiere independent film festival and ran from February 27 to March 9th. […]
Wondercon is Wonderdone
Wondercon wrap up By Lon Lopez. Wondercon 2008 has come and gone and I’ve finally recovered enough to write up a recap. To the casual fan, Wondercon, the bay area’s biggest gathering of comic book and popular culture, can be a great place to immerse themselves in all things geek. For a con vet like […]
Bob Newhart comes to Cupertino
Live Appearance Review by Derek McCaw. When you get the chance to see a legend, you go. It’s a simple matter of respect. When that legend is Bob Newhart, a comic whose constant career keeps him out of the “Whatever Happened To…?” pages, you go with anticipation. Instead of stand-up, though, Newhart just finished up […]
I Read Books (And You Are Too!)
by Sean Moriarty Senior Colbert Specialist When most cable and satellite services offer upwards around seven thousand channels (gross exaggeration) and the Internet consumes the rest of America’s time, books have been riding bitch in the media. Well F that S! F that S in the eye socket!