Jim Breuer, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles & Deep Web: What To Watch On EPIX This May

 

Ah, May! The unofficial kick-off to summer has finally arrived and we’re starting it off right with a few big premieres.

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Jim Breuer is back on EPIX with his second stand-up special, Comic Frenzy. He’s approaching 50 and considering life through a whole new lens. From the hilarious indignities of getting old to the struggles of parenting, Jim is keeping it real and making us laugh at the circle of life.

Jim Breuer: Comic Frenzy premieres May 29th at 10pm ET. Can’t wait until then? Don’t miss Jim Breuer: And Laughter For All now playing on EPIX.

 

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Closely following on Jim’s heels, everyone’s favorite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles premieres on EPIX Saturday, May 30th at 8pm ET. This big budget reboot is the perfect watch for the family. TMNT packs quite a few laughs as well as awesome fight scenes and special effects, so grab the family, order some pizza and hang with the heroes in a half-shell for a couple hours!

 

Wrap up the weekend with Deep Web, the story of Ross Ulbricht, suspected Dread Pirate Roberts and leader of the Silk Road. Through Ulbricht’s story, director, writer and producer Alex Winter explores the dark corners of cyberspace and how the outcome of Ulbricht’s trial will set a critical precedent for technological freedom in the digital age.

Deep Web premieres Sunday, May 31st at 8pm ET. Follow the conversation and join in with #DeepWeb.

 

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The Cat’s Meow, a sort-of true story about a murder on William Randolph Hearst’s yacht in 1924. Directed by Peter Bogdanovich, The Cat’s Meow stars Kirsten Dunst, Jennifer Tilly, Eddie Izzard, Cary Elwes and the late Edward Herrmann. The film is a visual feast for the eyes and an entertaining take on one of Hollywood’s oldest mysteries.

 

Chloe Grace Moretz plays Mia Hall in If I Stay, the story of a girl who must decide whether or not to wake up and live a life she never expected after a terrible car accident puts her in a coma. Based on the novel by Gayle Forman, this film is an emotional, yet beautiful one.

 

More To Watch On EPIX:

 

Double Whammy (R, 2002)

Blue Velvet (R, 1986)

Leap of Faith (PG-13, 1992)

Nobody’s Fool (R, 1994)

Blown Away (R, 1993)

Harold And Maude (PG, 1971)

In Dreams (R, 1999)

Novocaine (R. 2001)

Tales From The Darkside: The Movie (R, 1990)