The always hilarious Joe Pesci stars in 8 Heads In A Duffel Bag featuring SNL alum David Spade who is trying his best to make this movie enjoyable. It's a dark comedy about, you guessed it, a duffel bag full o' heads. Why did Joe Pesci keep doing comedies when he seems to detest the genre? What was he doing in Michael Jackson's Moonwalker? What ever happened to Andy Comeau? How great was it when the racist vulgar granny got pushed off that cliff? And can we never put the "You talkin' to me?" gag in a movie ever again? Enjoy!
Thursday, August 17, 2017
Sunday, August 13, 2017
We got 3 SNL alums today. Phil Hartman, Chris Rock and Big Fat Dan Aykroyd. Along with Steve Martin in Sgt. Bilko from 1996. Enjoy!
Thursday, July 27, 2017
We found a weird one. Maya Rudolph appears in the 2000 karaoke road trip drama Duets and she also acted as the film's music supervisor? Paul Giamatti leaves his family, Huey Lewis hustles with his voice, Andre Braugher robs to sing, Gwyneth Paltrow saves her mayonnaise packets and Maria Bello uses blowjobs as currency all in their quest to win that cool cool $5,000 in the karaoke competition in Omaha. What the fuck was this thing that we watched? Words can only begin to describe the utter bizzareness of this film. Special thanks to Karaoke Karl, wherever you are. Enjoy!
Thursday, July 20, 2017
119: "Are You Having A Big Gay Sex Party In The Woods, Timothy Bottoms?" - Invaders From Mars (1986)
We're back and we're talking Laraine Newman this week and the 1986 Canon film classic Invaders From Mars. Let's go up to the top of that hill and talk about a fairly charming in its own way horror movie where martians take over people's brains. We're joined this week by George's new dog and his cat who make their presence known. Once again we wonder why they hid all the cool 1980s robots from us and what George will be like as a parent when there are monsters under his child's bed. Enjoy!
Thursday, July 13, 2017
It's finally here! We're doing Father's Day from 1997 featuring 3 SNL alums, Billy Crystal, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and the late great Charles Rocket. Buckle up kids, this is a weird fucking movie. Two strangers who boned the same chick 17 years ago team up to find their missing possible son. You know you're in trouble when in one of the first scenes of the movie Robin Williams puts a gun in his mouth. Where did Robin Williams get a closet full of disguises? Why does Mel Gibson cameo in this movie? How much did Sugar Ray pay to costar in this film? Why couldn't this be a nice movie about Bruce Greenwood escaping from a porta-potty? These questions and more on this week's episode of Saturday Night Jive. Enjoy!
Thursday, July 6, 2017
Thursday, June 29, 2017