George Denis Patrick Carlin (May 12, 1937 — June 22, 2008) was an American stand-up comedian, social critic, satirist, actor, and writer/author who won five Grammy Awards for his comedy albums. Carlin was noted for his black humor as well as his thoughts on politics, the English language, psychology, religion, and various taboo subjects. […]
A 1992/1993 comedy routine by Bill Hicks. In addition to keeping you laughing, Bill exposes the lies behind George Bush’s war propaganda in the lead up to the first Gulf War against Saddam Hussein and Iraq. Memorable quote, “I didn’t vote for George Bush because he’s a mass murderer.”
A comprehensive interview with the iconic comedian George Carlin. He recounts his early career from childhood dreams of becoming an actor like Danny Kaye all the way up to his 1960’s transformation into a leading voice of the counterculture and then he details the evolution of his writing and finding his true voice on […]
1994 – Bill Hicks, a rogue comedian and sardonic voice of reason on religion, society, the government and a host of other topics, lived a full life but sadly left us at the age of 32. This 41-minute documentary chronicles his rise to fame and talks to friends, family, and famous comedians like Jay […]
Bill Hicks, standup comedian, musician, and social critic, died February 26, 1994 at age 32. He spent his time telling it like it is; exposing the corporate mainstream media and corrupt politicians, and spreading consciousness. This interview on Public Access TV in Austin on CapZeyez, was Bill’s final interview before his death. In it, […]
“On Location: George Carlin at USC” is Irish-American comedian George Carlin’s first ever HBO special, recorded during the Summer of 1977 at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.
This unique taping lasted 85 minutes, and, at age 40, marked a new era in Carlin’s career. He explained to the audience that before […]
A look at the life and work of Bill Hicks – a boundary-crossing comic who challenged nearly everything held sacred in contemporary America. From the MLK and JFK assassinations to the bible, Hicks used his humor and sometimes dark satire to shed new light on American society. Near the peak of his career, Bill […]