This Sunday is a big day for me. Heckler, the movie that marks my big screen debut, is premiering in Los Angeles at the Arclight. I saw the film earlier this year at the Tribeca Film Festival, and I found it to be funny and interesting, even if I didn’t agree with all of the film’s points – which, by the way, is cool. It’s the kind of movie that can give you something to talk about.

Heckler is a documentary about the relationship between comedian and audience and filmmaker and critic. I’m in it a couple of times, using language that would make a sailor cheer. It also has a lot of other funnier and more interesting people talking about their experiences with hecklers and critics, and it has Jamie Kennedy traveling the country confronting people who wrote truly nasty things about him on the internet. It’s like the end of Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back come to life. One of the things I like about the film is that Kennedy isn’t afraid of showing himself to be something of a baby, and you can see him learn some lessons over the course of the movie. Also, you get to see Uwe Boll beat up Aint It Cool News’ MiraJeff so badly he pukes.

Order your tickets now from the Arclight. It’s playing Sunday at 7, which gives you plenty of time to watch the Colts and Patriots.