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The true essence of comedy is a baby seal hunt.
– Michael O’Donoghue
I am Hollywood’s hottest young, middle-aged director, but I’ll write out of New York because I don’t want to become a salad head. That’s what you become out there: a guacamole dip.
Nothing important has ever come out of San Francisco, Rice-a-Roni aside.
Television doesn’t want to admit it has those dreadful roach ads on anyway.
Making people laugh is the lowest form of comedy.
Insects are my secret fear. That’s what terrifies me more than anything – insects.
I think therapy interferes with the creative process. It takes off the edge.
A Madagascar Hissing Roach chasing Jerry Lewis. That would be a really neat treat.
Anyway, the title The War of the Insect Gods came before we had that ending, before we knew they had become gods. That we knew the evolutionary cycle they went through. Before we even knew anything about that. We had an ending.
Any good humor is sophomoric. ‘Sophomoric’ is the liberal word for funny.
Sometimes you have to be cruel… in order to be even crueler.
It’s very easy to make insects move. Because they do move mechanically without the rippling of flesh as you mentioned. They move more like real tinker toys and you can make models of them quite easily.
I try to attack all races and creeds, except the Irish. Clearly they are closest to the angels and don’t deserve abuse. But the others have it coming.
Working with Woody Allen is like filming Howard Hughes’s will. It’s a very mysterious and strange event. You never get a peek at the whole will.
Once you put yourself in the hands of the government, you could end up in Utah.
One of my problems is I am getting so mature that I have to pick up a TV and toss it through the coffee table just to remind people of who I am. I want to go ranting and screaming into the grave.