Setting the goofy tone immediately for the Michael Keaton classic Johnny Dangerously is Weird Al’s “This is the Life”, which plays over the opening credits.
For the forgotten slasher movie Killer Party, 80’s band White Sister, who previously had songs on the Fright Night and Halloween V soundtracks, performed a song seemingly based on the movie’s original title, April Fool.
Paul Simon recruited Chevy Chase for the goofy music video for “You Can Call Me Al”, where Chase lip syncs the song while Simon plays, or pretends to play, a bunch of instruments.
John Cena channeled the A-Team for the official music video of his rap single, “Bad, Bad Man”.
The upcoming Netflix drama Narcos follows US and Colombian agents in the 80’s as they hunt down the infamous drug kingpin, Pablo Escobar.
Getting bitten by a cobra while getting struck by lightning, Miami cop Kung Fury gained all the knowledge of Kung Fu and uses his new power to fight evil, like Hitler.
For June’s Movie of the Month, the ninja clan of Zach, Chris, Chris Ali and Ryan checked out the 80’s ninja movie that kickstarted all 80’s ninja movies, Enter the Ninja
We’re watching the original 80’s ninja classic for our Movie of the Month for June, Enter the Ninja, starring Django himself, Franco Nero and ninja movie legend, Sho Kosugi.
In the post-apocalyptic future, JCVD is Gibson Rickenbacker, a “slinger” who takes on a mission to get a cyborg woman to safety but Fender Tremolo and his band of pirates stand in his way.
Despite starring Rob Lowe and Patrick Swayze, 1986 hockey movie Youngblood, and it’s rocking theme song, has been sort of lost to time, until now.