March 24, 2010
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You can bring home one celebrated indie comedy on DVD this May. Mystery Team will be released on DVD on May 25. This DVD will be priced at $27.98 SRP and you can take a look at the cover art and special features below. The film stars Donald Glover, DC Pierson, Dominic Dierkes, Aubrey Plaza, Bobby Moynihan and Matt Walsh.
Originally formed at NYU, Derrick Comedy’s five young members quickly rose to stardom via YouTube sketches that captured an incredible fan base nationwide. Mystery Team follows the adventures of three high-school virgins who are stuck solving childish whodunit mysteries in their neighborhood. But when these bumbling boy detectives are tasked to investigate a real murder, they see the ultimate opportunity to prove themselves once and for all.
* Audio commentary from Derrick Comedy members: Dan Eckman, Meggie McFadden, Dominic Dierkes, Donald Glover and DC Piersonrn * “The Making of Mystery Team”: a featurette about five best friends doing something no one believed they could do: make a movie about three best friends doing something no one believed they could do.rn * Deleted Material: A reel of jokes and moments that were cut from the final film.rn * Preproduction Test Scene: Rehearsal footage for a scene from the film, shot on the director’s camcorder.rn * Sword Club: A testament to some very special heroes who supported Mystery Team across America.rn * Who Is Wally Cummings?: The story of an enigmatic, creepy, and disputably talented character actor who visited the set of Mystery Team.
July 21, 2009
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The second trailer for one of Aubrey’s new films, “Mystery Team” is now released. You can stream the trailer below.
You have not seen absurdly funny internet comedy until you’ve experienced (almost) anything by the NYC-based group Derrick Comedy. Only two years ago, they were dominating Youtube with their hilarious skits like “Girls Aren’t To Be Trusted.” In fact, their video “Bro Rape” can be blamed in ironic part on having created the “bro” stereotype. Both “Family Guy” and the Nintendo Gamecube were never seen in a “bro” context until Derrick Comedy’s famous spoofing of a “Dateline” special popped up on the web. Check out these videos and more HERE.
Now, the group is taking their ability to write the absurd to the big screen, with their first feature film called “Mystery Team”. The Sundance favorite stars the three main members of the group, Donald Glover, DC Pierson, and Dominic Dierkes, as three wannabe detectives who decide to solve an actual murder case despite their infantile nature and lack of actual experience. Aubrey Plaza, who you might develop a crush on after seeing “Funny People”, also has a part in the film.
Considering the success Derrick Comedy has had in the past, (and also that this doesn’t look as unoriginally disastrous as Miss March, the flop from the other famous comedy group Whitest Kids U Know), I think I’m going to check this one out. It looks like a pretty outrageous small-budget film, even if the wacky humor plays to a more select audience.
From The Scorecard Review