Cook St. Productions re-enacts a scene from MTV’s “The Hills” word-for-word.
Two friends talk their way through a tired, 90s-style, TV fixture: the cry track.
Haters gonna hate, aggregators gonna aggregate.
Taboo can be a wonderful game, but not when you’re playing with three members of the world’s oldest high IQ society.
Taboo can be a wonderful game, but not when you’re playing with three bigots.
On the afternoon of their big comedy showcase at Mercury Cafe, the Cook St. boys take to the streets to seize the day, “Newsies”-style.
The boys wrestle with a shifting group dynamic while trying to plan out the season of videos ahead.
Several scientologists come forward in this documentary to explain the social costs of disclosing their religion and the psychology behind volunteering to be everybody’s easy punchline.
When the boys of Cook St. make a very honest attempt to look cool playing sports left-handed, not even slow-motion can save them.
Cook St. Productions capitalizes on a creative lull by recreating scenes from MTV’s “the Hills.”