“The Apple” w/ Jimmy Dore & Eric Drysdale

Eric Drysdale (writer, “The Colbert Report”), Jimmy Dore (host, “Comedy and Everything Eles”) and Adam Spiegelman proudly resent “The Apple.”

It’s a movie musical about the devil, disco and elements stolen from better films like “Tommy,” “Rocky Horror” and “Xanadu.”

This 1980 movie takes place in the way future date or 1994. The whole world is run by disco music, angular clothing, rectangle glasses and entertainment. I guess they didn’t know that Napster was only 5 years away.

Also, Nigel Lythgoe, the judge from “So You Think You Can Dance” and EP of “American Idol,” choreographed this film. They should have asked the actors in the film if they thought they could dance before casting them.
This movie is great fun. If you’ve seen it, let us know what you think. If you haven’t, you’ll love hearing about it.

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