134 episodes

Lewis Black confesses he would have fought in Vietnam if he could have spared Americans from Dat Phan.Amy Sedaris admits that at a cocktail party she'd rather host a serial rapist than a vegan. James Frey clarifies he is indifferent to celebrity; he just hopes his writing will allow his name to live beyond eternity. Veteran interviewer and pro-am funnyman Warren Etheredge coaxes stars and smart folks into sharing their darkest secrets and their funniest insights... on the record, on The Warren Report. You are not going to believe your ears or eyes as The Duplass Brothers defame Steven Spielberg, Oliver Stone forewarns Barack Obama and Vincent Bugliosi tries George W. Bush for murder. The Warren Report's motto: Question what you see. Consider what you don't. Draw your own conclusions. (Oh, and note: it is ill-advised to drink while listening; you're liable to spit milk out your nose.)

The Warren Report Warren Etheredge

    • TV & Film
    • 4.9, 8 Ratings

Lewis Black confesses he would have fought in Vietnam if he could have spared Americans from Dat Phan.Amy Sedaris admits that at a cocktail party she'd rather host a serial rapist than a vegan. James Frey clarifies he is indifferent to celebrity; he just hopes his writing will allow his name to live beyond eternity. Veteran interviewer and pro-am funnyman Warren Etheredge coaxes stars and smart folks into sharing their darkest secrets and their funniest insights... on the record, on The Warren Report. You are not going to believe your ears or eyes as The Duplass Brothers defame Steven Spielberg, Oliver Stone forewarns Barack Obama and Vincent Bugliosi tries George W. Bush for murder. The Warren Report's motto: Question what you see. Consider what you don't. Draw your own conclusions. (Oh, and note: it is ill-advised to drink while listening; you're liable to spit milk out your nose.)

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Gamer Titans ,

Great Interviewer

Very well done. Great video work, great interviews, and fantastic flow. I can't wait to see more.

Alex Pedersen ,

Warren Report is a must for budding filmmakers

Warren Etheredge understands the power of film better than anyone and we, as the audience, benefit. His entertaining interviews based in Seattle, Washington reveal the secrets to screenwriting and directing by deftly extracting those secrets from practitioners succeeding today. If you want to write and make a movie, subscribe to The Warren Report now or else save yourself the trouble by dumping the dust on your screenplay yourself.

jenniprangeboran ,

Don't miss these gems...

Warren Etheredge is the most intriguing interviewer I've seen in person--he has a special talent of making anyone seem smart even if they seem perhaps not so, look approachable even if they're Salman Rushdie, seem funny if they're dull, seem outgoing even if they're amazing-yet-creepy-genius-shy (e.g., Charlie Kaufman). Warren's talent stems from his ability and desire to understand every one with which he comes into contact. This in addition to his dedicated time, research and experience with film and literature makes for a combination that can't be beat.

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