In the tenth episode of Film Freaks Forever!, our hosts Mark Jordan Legan and Phoef Sutton dared to watch and listen to some truly dreadful modern film musicals—so much so that all the wildlife around our place, ran for the hills and have never returned. With so much to choose from, the Film Freaks narrowed it down to four modern film musicals that are truly so bizarre and strange that they'll end up wildly entertaining you and your friends (especially if booze & buds are being passed around, dig?)
Everything from a 20-year-old unknown Olivia Newton-John singing her way through the weird sci-fi musical “Toomorrow” to the Bee Gees and Peter Frampton stinking up great Beatles music in the ill-advised “Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band” to the truly insane and enjoyable “The Apple” (where Satan himself runs the music industry) to “The Pirate Movie,” where Kristy McNichol and Christopher Atkins butcher soft rock ballads in between Gilbert & Sullivan numbers.
So prepare your minds and your ears to hear some of the most outlandish and peculiar songs & lyrics ever recorded—plus some "groovy and with it" hippie dialogue that will impress all your cool friends!
Today's episode is sponsored by Final Draft.