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Dan Fogler Interview: The Fanboys Star Goes Viral with M’Larky

20 May 2010 3:00 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

All cop shows have gun violence.  Most cop shows have beautiful women.  A good percentage also includes extremely broad performances.  But there’s only one cop show that has all three, plus a heavily medicated Police Lieutenant, Tony Hawk as an invisible character (he actually never appears) and video game sequences: M’Larky.

Collider caught up with Dan Fogler (Balls Of Fury and the upcoming Young Americans), who created the series with his co-star Josh Warren for Comedy Central’s Atom.com and Atom TV.  Hit the jump to see the first episode of M’Larky and for the interview’s full audio and transcript.

To quote the show’s open: “This is a cop show about a city full of wackos.  (Main character Jon M’Larky) was trained in a top-secret military experiment to be the ultimate killing machine.  When the mission was aborted, they wiped his memory clean »

- Ron Messer

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Four Lions

8 May 2010 4:08 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Chris Morris has been bold in his choice of target, but his home-grown jihadists are little more than sitcom characters

Published in 1907, Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent is not only one of the greatest, enduringly relevant novels about terrorism and its varied exponents, but it has increasingly come to be recognised as a darkly comic, savagely ironic masterpiece. Though Hitchcock saw nothing funny in The Secret Agent when he updated it as Sabotage in 1936, his film turns upon wiping the smile off the British public's face.

Verloc, the agent provocateur, is hired to stage an explosion at London's Battersea power station to discredit foreign political agitators. When it proves to be a brief inconvenience met with amused local stoicism, Verloc's angry employers send him the instruction: "London must not laugh", which leads him to arrange the planting of a bomb at Greenwich Observatory. This results in the destruction of his innocent stepson on screen, »

- Philip French

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Four Lions

8 May 2010 4:08 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Chris Morris has been bold in his choice of target, but his home-grown jihadists are little more than sitcom characters

Published in 1907, Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent is not only one of the greatest, enduringly relevant novels about terrorism and its varied exponents, but it has increasingly come to be recognised as a darkly comic, savagely ironic masterpiece. Though Hitchcock saw nothing funny in The Secret Agent when he updated it as Sabotage in 1936, his film turns upon wiping the smile off the British public's face.

Verloc, the agent provocateur, is hired to stage an explosion at London's Battersea power station to discredit foreign political agitators. When it proves to be a brief inconvenience met with amused local stoicism, Verloc's angry employers send him the instruction: "London must not laugh", which leads him to arrange the planting of a bomb at Greenwich Observatory. This results in the destruction of his innocent stepson on screen, »

- Philip French

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