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Mike Spiegelman had me on his podcast “Let’s Watch a Full Length Movie On YouTube” Here’s a recording or it in full! Enjoy!
(Please forgive this week’s poor sound quality!)
From Mike’s Website:
Another kind of slapstick what? I want to help you sit through the movie Slapstick (of Another Kind) but the title doesn’t help.
Proudly Resents podcaster Adam Spiegelman (and my brother) try to help, too, but it sounds like we’re eating hot peppers. The movie’s unwatchable.
This cultural collision of Jerry Lewis and the Kurt Vonnegut novel Slapstick has Lewis and Madeline Kahn play the dual roles of parents and their extra-terrestrial twins.
Theatrically released in Europe in 1982, it haunted American VHS rental stores a few years later. It comes after Hardly Working (1980) for Jerry (which Adam and I covered on his podcast).
Click here to launch podcast in a separate tab. Play the podcast while watching the movie. Show starts five and minutes into recording.
Adam Sandler shoe horns a all of his bad film retreads and puts them through the NYC Indie Filmlook. Mike Spiegelman (best known as “Spiegs’ brother”) takes the movie and steps all over it.
Links from the show:
New Year’s Eve ft. Robert De Niro, Halle Berry, Ashton Kutcher and other huge stars, that owed the late great director Garry Marshal a favor, make extended cameos in this big screen “Love Boat.” Mike Spiegelman (my big bro) and I take down “New Year’s Eve,” the semi-sequel to “Valentine’s Day” (or pre-quel if you go by the calendar).
“New Year’s Eve” earned five Razzie Award nominations: Worst Picture, Worst Director (Garry Marshall), Worst Actress (Sarah Jessica Parker), Worst Screenplay and Worst Screen Ensemble, losing all to Adam Sandler‘s Jack and Jill.
As usual, I mangle words and names. Tweet us the mangled english you caught from Mike and I. @proudlyresents @spiegelmania.
My big bro Mike Spiegelman insist we watch the biggest mistake in Whoopi Goldberg’s career and she named herself “Whoopi Goldberg.” “Theodore Rex” is a kid’s film with bad dinosaur costumes and shoot outs.
Buy Mike’s joke book here. For 99 cents
It’s the future – and Whoopi is a cop with a dinosaur partner. What else do you need? Plot, jokes, production value? Naw.
From Wikipedia –
Though Whoopi Goldberg had made a verbal agreement to star in the film in October 1992 she attempted to back out. Abramson filed a $20 million lawsuit against Goldberg, which they settled very quickly. Goldberg agreed to star in the film for $7 million, ]$2 million more than the originally agreed-upon amount.
Watch the movie below:
Jimmy Pardo (Conan) meets “Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park.” Yes, the band Kiss with make up and super powers. Yes, super powers. Watch them fight the evil Kiss created by a mad scientist who happens to work out of the local Six Flags
1978 TV execs. wanted to get that allusive Kiss Army audience. What do they want? The band Kiss, music, magic spells and roller coasters in the background. It’s more “Scooby Do” than “Hard Day’s Night. ” Can’t fail!
We also talk about Jimmy’s popular podcast “Never Not Funny,” his love for Liza and we blow the lid off of Adam Spiegelman’s (Host “Proudly Resents”) great cleaning lady scandal.
Also: Nicko makes an uncomfortable appearance, we introduce new news site @extremelylocal, explore the seedy world of salad bars with Luggage Tuesdays and a plug for a great live show. Go see “Up Late With Adam Fisher” even if one of the writers owes me $100. Cough -Noah Kaufman- Cough.
What’s your favorite podcast? Nicko returns via Skype with Adam to ask the audience, “What’s your favorite podcast?” Learn how to tell us and win a prize. Also – great British TV, Sarah Palin goes all British on your ass, who’s more hateful and the next film we are reviewing is revealed!
While editing a show about “Ghost Fever,” I discovered that someone (Joey) had their cell phone on and ruined the audio. One quick call to Nicko and we get a very funny replacement episode and/or diminishing returns.
Before “Anger Management” and “Two and a Half Men,” Charlie Sheen was drinking deer blood with C. Thomas Howell, Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey and 10,000 gun carrying Ruskies in this NRA fantasy, “Red Dawn.”
TRIVIA ANSWER: THIS IS THE FIRST MOVIE TO BE RELEASED AS PG-13.
Jim Fourniadis (“Star Wars Live”) and Mike Spiegelman (Adam’s brother) talk about the signature film of “Bad Movie Night” at the Dark Room in San Francisco.
WATCH THE TRAILER FOR THE “RED DAWN” REMAKE!