Most Voted Titles With Josh Burk
TV-14 | 60 min | Crime, Drama, Mystery
The team re investigates the death of a young man who was an outstanding debater and was being offered a college scholarship who supposedly killed himself. When someone tells them that he feared for his life.
5. Boner (2012)
Jimmy Boner, a 20-something slacker living with his parents, is given an ultimatum by his wicked stepmother to find a job and move out within 3 months after he accidentally walks in on her book club meeting wearing nothing but an iPod.
8. A Hero in Every Heart (2011)
23 min | Short, Comedy, Romance
A high school nobody decides to go for the gold when he challenges his rival, a division one athlete, to a game of basketball in order to gain the attention of the girl of his dreams.
The Fresh Beat Band (2009– )
The Case of the Missing Violin
23 min | Family, Musical
The Fresh Beats run into the music group, Nuttin' But Stringz, in the park. They are getting ready for a concert, and invite the Fresh Beats to join them. The Fresh Beats race back to their... See full summary »
14. Angrophobia, Stupid! (2011)
5 min | Short, Comedy
Jack's an angrophobiac, which means he's afraid to get angry. When Jack tells his secret to Bobby, it's not long before this information gets passed around the entire office. Filmed in one ... See full summary »
17. Winner Winner Chicken Diner (2012)
21 min | Short, Comedy | Completed
Jim is the first ever 'Happy the Chicken' mascot of the brand new fast-food chain Winner Winner Chicken Diner. (A calling more than a job, really.) Jill is your typical animal-loving ... See full summary »
21. Ek Bar Phir, Ek Saath Phir (2011)
10 min | Short, Comedy, Family
It's the holiday season once again, and Mother Patel is busy preparing her large estate for the arrival of her children, but her house is torn apart when both kids bring home alternative ... See full summary »
The Room Actors: Where Are They Now? (2016– )
Out of the Room
Documentarian J.J.J. explores what happened to the actors from the cult film The Room after appearing in what Entertainment Weekly called "The Citizen Kane of bad movies."