Yes, we are a sloppy comedy-film troupe from Ohio. Yes, we make comedy skits about sports, spoofs, silly songs, fake commercials, and other stuff. Our humor is sometimes offensive and inappropriate for young viewers. If you happen to become a super fan, please, don't be coy with us; binge our entire being and then wash it down with our podcast, our band, our poetry, and our rap albums.

BULLSKIT PRODUCTIONS IS A GROUP OF ODD CATS FROM THE STICKS OF O-H-I-O (GO BUCKS, OR WHATEVER) WHO SPECIALIZE IN CRUDE HUMOR WHICH THEIR FANS HAVE CALLED OFF-THE-WALL, BUT WHICH NON-FANS CALL INAPPROPRIATE. THEY LAUNCHED, IN 2005, WITH BRANDON HULL, STEVE BOYLE, PEPE PARISH, LEE BOYLE, AND CRAIG BEIGHT AT THE HELM. BROTHER/FRIEND, JACK BOYLE, IS ALSO A PROMINENT CONTRIBUTOR. OCCASIONAL APPEARANCES ARE MADE BY GREG ALLISON, BILLY JAMES, DEREK BAKER, AND OTHERS. THE TROUPE RARELY USES SCRIPTS, OFTEN IMPLEMENTS SILLY SONGS, AND IMPROVISATION, AND ALWAYS HAS FUN WHILST MAKING THE SKITS. ENJOY OR DIE TRYING, BABE! SEE YOU ON THE OTHER SIDE OF HELL! PEACE!


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Hello, all you people who are people and definitely not just pugs who break out of their crates and surf the web while their owners are at work. Welcome to the official website of Bullskit Productions, an off-the-wall, inappropriate comedy troupe from Ohio. There are a lot of skits on this site. You'll hate some; you'll adore some. However you feel, keep perusing until you find your favorites. Then, proceed to watch them over and over and over and over. If you're a hardcore fan and you need much much more, check out our other projects, such as music groups, vegan desserts, and podcasts, linked above.

BULLSKIT PRODUCTIONS

OHIO'S COMEDY TROUPE

Bullskit Productions has received press coverage from The Salem News, Penn Ohio Underground, and The Youngstown Comedy Syndicate. The troupe rarely ever performs live, but has done so at The Oakland Center For The Arts (Youngstown, Ohio), Cedars (Youngstown, Ohio), and The Dutch Village Inn (Columbiana, Ohio). Bullskit Productions has shown short films at The Kent Stage (Kent, Ohio), The Knox Building (Youngstown, Ohio), The Kent State University Student Center (Kent, Ohio), and The Youngstown Cinema / M Gallery (Youngstown, Ohio).