The Gentlement Hecklers
Eric Fell, Gina Harms, Patrick Maliha, and K.C. Novak are Vancouver’s masters of movie riffing, making ‘so-bad-they’re-good’ movies even better by talking you through them. This time, their subject is the 2004 Ryan Gosling classic "The Notebook," Just in time for Valentine's Day!
Over the past six years, The Gentlemen Hecklers have built up a loyal cult following in Vancouver and recently brought their talents to a wider audience thanks to the critically acclaimed Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode "Cry Wilderness" on Netflix! They are very excited to bring their show to JFL NorthWest for the fourth year in a row!
19+ Floor / 16+ Balcony
Writer-performer Eric Fell is the co-creator and producer of two of Vancouver's longest running comedy shows, The Gentlemen Hecklers and The Critical Hit Show, both featuring monthly at the legendary Rio Theatre. He was a contributing writer for the critically acclaimed Netflix series "Mystery Science Theater 3000." His past work includes a 12-year run with the internationally acclaimed Vancouver TheatreSports League, and appearances on CBC Radio's Definitely Not the Opera. He is very tall and probably not from space.
Gina Harms is a stand-up comedian and actor based in Vancouver. A recurring guest of The Gentlemen Hecklers and a recent graduate of the Yuk Yuks Fast Track Program, Gina’s positive energy and unique perspective make her exciting to watch on any stage.
K.C. Novak is a tall lady from Vancouver, BC. She loves astrology and appreciating the fact that you don't. K.C. was a featured performer at the SheDot Comedy Festival in Toronto in 2017 and 2018 and recently competed in the 39th Annual Seattle International Comedy Competition. She is the current Vancouver Roast Battle Champion but is certain that will change come the next show.
Stand-up Comedian/Writer Patrick Maliha is the co-creator of The Gentlemen Hecklers, and has had comedy specials on CTV, CBC and The Comedy Network. He’s been voted Vancouver’s Favourite Stand-Up Comedian in the Georgia Straight and the West Ender several years in a row, holds the world record for most impressions under a minute and is a writer for the top-rated Netflix show, “Mystery Science Theatre 3000”. Currently, Patrick lives in Vancouver in a lovely neighbourhood.