The Happytime Murders

The Happytime Murders plays out as more of a slow-moving disaster film than the comedy it’s touted as. Somehow, a 90-minute film becomes an endurance match, as the audience waits in silence for the plot to pick up, a funny moment to arrive, or the credits to roll. Mercifully, the credits are a welcome end to what could have been comedic gold. more

The Happytime Murders: Joel McHale On The Technicality Of Puppeteering And Working With Puppets