This film was made under the title "Video Madness." See more »
When the two main characters are playing Pac-Man (with the cool, giant floor-mounted joysticks) they are repeatedly shown mashing buttons. There's no buttons in Pac-Man, as the only thing you are doing is controlling movement. The same is true later when they are playing Super Pac-Man. Super-Pac-Man has one button ("Super Speed") which must be held down continuously. It would do them no good to keep mashing the button. See more »
You and I have something in common. Do you know what that is?
[Shakes hands with Mr. Rutter]
We both like to hang out in public bathrooms!
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Hit and miss T & A comedy that will be a treat for retro video gamers
When a businessman (Joe Don Baker) threatens to close down their beloved video arcade, a group of teens to fight for their rights in this dumb T&A comedy also known as Video Madness. Jefferson Bailey (S. McGinnis) is in charge of his Grandfather's video arcade and plays strip video gaming with the many "attractive" young women that frequent the place. Jon Gries Is King Vidiot, a video game obsessed punk who dresses like Sid Vicious and travels with a pack of female groupies. It features loads of great retro arcade games including Battle Zone and Defender, and Midway Games allowed the image of Pac-Man to be used in the film. They also allowed the filmmakers to showcase Satan's Hollow and the unreleased Super Pac-Man during the film's climactic video game showdown.
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