STELLA is a three-man comedy troupe from New York City, comprised of well-known comedians/actors Michael Showalter, David Wain, and Michael Ian Black. Though the three have made a living performing at comedy clubs, they are perhaps best known for their home-made short films. The STELLA SHORTS have garnered cult success because of their nonsensical plotlines, absurd dialogue, graphic sexual humor, sporatic violence, and sheer hilarity. This DVD showcases the trio's first twenty-three adventures, each one more bizarre and hysterical than the last. Highlights include: a game of whiffleball that goes terribly awry, an expedition to the South Pole (?) to meet Santa Claus, an edge-of-your-seat moustache-growing contest, a twisted "whodunit"-style murder mystery, and much, much more. Written by
Matt Huls (email@example.com)
Did You Know?
The Gothic versions of Michael, Michael, and David in the "Saturday" short are a call-back to characters in Stella's stage act (which accompanied the "Saturday" short) See more
Michael Ian Black
Whoa whoa whoa hold on guys hold on. We don't want a problem here, nobody wants a problem. Now I think the way to resolve this is maybe for you and your friends to go home and suck on your momma's flabby tit. How 'bout that?
Baseball Player #3
Oh, you're dead... you're all dead.
You're the one who's gonna be dead, motherfucker! You're the ones, motherfucker!
References Bicentennial Man
("Komm Zu Mir")
Music by Tom Tykwer
Music by Johnny Klimek
& Reinhold Heil
Lyrics by Tom Tykwer
& Thomas D
Performed by Franka Potente
& Thomas D See more