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Victims & Villains Episode 180: Live at South Street Cinema

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Welcome to another adventure within the multiverse! For this episode, we are joined by staff writer and independent author, Matthew Basile, The Shame Files co-host and critic, Ryan Silberstein to answer the burning question: What is the greatest comedy of all time? Three different walks of life uniting together to answer this burning question. From modern day films like Zombieland and Mean Girls to classics like Charlie Chaplin and Monty Python. What are some comedies you think everyone should experience at least once in their life? Make sure you let us know in the comments below.


We, here, at Victims and Villains are continuously looking for ways to improve our content and build on what we’ve done before. While this episode is a live show, it’s not our first. Previously appearing at Amalgam Comics in Philadelphia, PA doing an in-depth interview with Dummie Comics and another with a review of Toy Story. The Toy Story one has yet to be released, saving it for a rainy day. This is our first live show where wanted to incorporate live music within it. We’re proud to partner with Philly native, Christiana Benton aka The Still, Small Voice. If you like what you hear in this episode, you can click here for more of her catalog and support her on Pateron.


A couple of months ago, we had the head of our network, Kevin Gallagher, on our show to discuss 80s TV. Kevin recently put together the Everything is Awesome HEADstrong Comedy & Podcast Festival to raise money for cancer research. This episode just so happened to be apart of that festival. We are thankful for Kevin for the opportunity to be apart of such a great cause. We want to thank the sponsors of this festival as well: Joe Giuliani Photography, Fireball Printing, Crude Humor Studios, Steele Empire, Thirsty Dice, Milkboy, Tattooed Mom, That’s Entertainment, Tellest, & The Headstrong Foundation.

And more importantly, if you or someone you know is struggling with suicide, addiction, self-harm or depression – please free feel to reach out. Use any our resources, call the suicide lifeline (1-800-273-8255) or text 741-741.

Music by Logan McElroy and Shawn Davis. The X-Files are property of Fox. We do not own nor claim any rights. The Flash & Man of Steel are property of Warner Brothers & DC Comics. We do not own nor claim any rights. Super Smash Bros is property of Nintendo. We do not own nor claim any rights. Networked by That’s Entertainment! 

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