National Lampoon's spoof of late night channel surfing. A couple is watching TV late at night constantly switching channels and commenting on what's on them. In "Disco Beaver from Outer Space", a spoof of cheap Sci-Fi movies, a disco beaver from outer space, who has its own theme song, lands in New York in search of wood. In "Dragula", a spoof of horror movies, a "hemosexual" vampire visits the little town of Gotham on the Hudson for some snack and the only one who can stop him is miss Van Helsing. Pope John Paul II has an accident while doing laundry. A girl shares her traumatic experience of getting hooked on Perrier, a popular French brand of bottled mineral water. There's a preview of movies and shows only available on cable box. Masterpiece Theater presents a modernized version of Oscar Wild's The Importance of Being Ernest as well as the Smut Brother's trashy theater of Irish stereotypes. Artsy country music critics review live performance of a band called The Sidewinders. A ...
This movie was a staple of entertainment for me and my group of friends in High School. While all scenarios are executed with the cutting edge/rapier wit of the late seventies' Lampoon Gang, the part that sticks in my mind is the mock "Anita Bryant" trying her ability to pitch an anti-gay drug called "Homo-Nomo". As usual with this group, nothing is sacred. What may have seemed shocking in 1978 would be considered boring or droll by today's standards. However, I love this movie and if someone has a copy they would like to sell or would make a copy of the movie for me, I would pay $$$.
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