Part of both the album and movie True Stories, Wild Wild Life finds David Byrne and the Talking Heads impersonating a ton of other 80’s musicians and features one of the first ever major appearances of John Goodman.
The crew of Zach, Chris, Chris Ali and special guest Ben watched the movie that kickstarted Troma, The Toxic Avenger, for this month’s EA Commentary.
Although he’s not the head vampire, David leads the teenage vampire clan of Santa Clara as they engage in reckless activities and attack unsuspecting beach goers.
The biggest hit for supergroup The Power Station, “Some Like It Hot” was featured in European Vacation, when Rusty fantasizes about visiting a European nightclub during the trip.
Among many of the awesome things Rodney Dangerfield does to take over Grand Lakes University in Back to School, one of the best is throwing an epic party featuring a live performance from Oingo Boingo, who contributed “Dead Man’s Party” to the movie’s soundtrack.
After World War III, the world settles all it’s future disputes with battles between giant robots and Achilles pilots the one for the Western “Market” countries against the Russian backed Confederation.
The story behind the studio that brought us schlock gems in the 80’s like Robot Jox, Ghoulies, Troll, Trancers and Re-Animator is the subject of an upcoming documentary.
Airing for only six episodes in 1987 on CBS, The Popcorn Kid followed the ins and outs of the Majestic movie theater, especially Scott, the titular Popcorn Kid and an usher at theater who hopes to make it into the movie industry one day.
Winona Ryder stars in the upcoming Netflix Original as the mother of a boy who goes missing under mysterious circumstances and the search to find him uncovers a secret government project and supernatural forces.
The sixth entry in the X-Men series and making the rebooted series a trilogy, X-Men: Apocalypse is solid but never does anything that makes it anything besides just “OK”.