We're all gonna get laid: Caddyshack Fest coming from dudes behind Lebowski Fest

Because two wrongs don’t make a right but three rights make a left (or something), Lebowski Fest co-founder Will Russell is staging yet another event commemorating a cult comedy classic. Entertainment Weekly reports that next summer Russell and a whole slew of Kenny Loggins fans will descend on a Lousville golf course …

What’s your most awkward family pop culture experience?

As we recover from the holidays, many of us recall the times when watching something—anything—as a family was preferable to enduring another post-dinner hangout session where Uncle Jeremy inevitably picks a fight about Libertarians, or whatever. In that spirit, we’re asking you a question we last asked way back in 2012

Supercut proves that ’80s films loved them some dance sequences

Tomorrow, August 5, is a special day that may be missing from calendars in a gross oversight: It’s the 30th anniversary of Lionel Richie’s hit song “Dancing On The Ceiling.” Such a momentous occasion as that shouldn’t go unnoticed and must be celebrated in some fashion. Luckily YouTuber Robert Jones has rushed to the…

Jen Kirkman on what makes her laugh, from Caddyshack to “Adele Dazeem”

With her second book, I Know What I’m Doing—And Other Lies I Tell Myself: Dispatches From A Life Under Construction, out this week, Jen Kirkman is pushing even further into the literary world. This time around, the comedian and I Seem Fun podcaster is both examining her own life, which she says is “permanently in…

Bill Murray is being inducted into the Caddie Hall Of Fame

You’ve all been asking for it, and now it’s finally here: The A.V. Club’s annual report on the Caddie Hall Of Fame. Last year’s ceremony was a real hole-in-one, with beloved caddie mentor Greg Kunkel taking home the bronze statue of a guy carrying a golf bag for someone else, and it sounds like this year was easily on…

This cringeworthy interview from the Caddyshack press tour is just excruciating

Modern press junkets can be awkward, what with clueless regional morning show journalists asking everyone from Kristen Stewart to Bill Murray the same monotonous questions about their co-stars and green screens before making some sort of hack joke about the interviewee’s movie. And if that kind of schlock is boring…