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October 16, 2008

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Tom Smith

We can only hope for a film adaptation of Vampire Weekend's eponymous debut alb starring Spencer Pratt, Mudoven, Ilona Staller, and Matt Valentine...

ljp

Holy shit! Has the whole Sergeant Pepper movie from the 70s resurfaced? I thought I heard no existing copies survived...

James

ljp -

I don't know about a theatrical print, but VH-1 has broadcast the movie occasionally in thepast few years. And it's as horrible as reputation has it (if you couldn't guess from the clip).

Listener bkd

It's flawed, but the music is mostly worthwhile. There could have been a decent movie underneath all of that, but but the execution was sorely lacking.

Dale Hazelton

Looks like the director didn't give much direction. Pretty static. Love the laser beam effect and wired flying though. Was that Peter Frampton or Willie Ames?

This reminds me of Xanadu. My wife has a copy and loves it. I can't figure out why.

Krys O.

The fight scene between Aerosmith and the Bee Gees is gold, my fellow prisoners.
Here's that Hugh-Tube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SzKW5Iqxx7A

And Frankie Howerd is great too.

Erik in NH

Holy, Shit!....Craptastic!

AndrewJ

The soundtrack album was produced by George Martin -- had he no shame?

Human

I was obsessed with this movie when it came out. I was eleven. I saw it three times, had the album, posters and a full set of trading cards. I'm pretty sure I even read the novel(ization). I've seen it as an adult and understand it's utter crappiness but still enjoy the hell out of it. A triple feature of SPLHCB, The Apple and Xanadu would make a good night at the drive-in.

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