Saturday, March 10, 2012

HMN crash-lands at NerdMelt with "Alien Private Eye"!


An atrocious April is approaching!

We're looking forward to drop our latest movie bomb, which will be more taxing than H & R Block.  In our search low & lower for the worst movies on the planet, we've found the perfect specimen to inflict upon you for this month -- 1987's "Alien Private Eye".

Hailing from the planet Styx, private detective Lemro (played by former Chippendales dancer Nikki Fastinetti) has since set up shop here on Earth.  As with most private dicks, trouble finds him.  Soon, he's caught in the middle of a great deal of violence surrounding a mysterious disc (which kinds looks like an old ZZ Top CD).  Lemro must find the disc, save his new Earth girlfriend, and keep both Styx and Earth from being destroyed.

We fell for this movie hard.  Lemro's sartorial style would've embarrassed even Corey Feldman during his Michael Jackson years.  There's lots of big hair, big hats, and big dumb action.  The villain, Kilgore, hides poison in a false tooth, while he hooks Earthlings on an outer space drug.  Add some kung-fu, bad accents, and 80s dancing, and you have movie memories that'll last you a lifetime (which you may want to hire Lacuna Inc. to scrub from your mind).

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Saturday, April 14th, 2012
8PM (doors 7:45)
7522 Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood, Calif., 90046
$8 in advance ($10 at the door)
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April's show also marks HMN's debut appearance and the formidable NerdMelt Theater at Meltdown Comics!  If you've been lucky enough to see any show here, you know how great a venue it is.  Pick up your tickets in advance at this link so you don't miss out.  Make sure to tell 'em how much you like HMN so we can be a regular thang!  

Speaking of regular thangs, our dear Omelettes will provide improv based on the movie at various points during the show.  And we can't have HMN without you!  When you provide us with commentary during the movie, you may be in line for a prize, which we give out for the best one-liners.  Yes, it's the one movie show where you won't be thrown out for yelling during the film.

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L,

HMN

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