May 29

Nothing But Trouble , 1991

Welcome back to another exciting, all new installment of Saturday Night Movie Sleepovers! J. Blake and Dion Baia are getting lost in the backwoods this week, covering a cult classic and very polarizing film, Dan Aykroyd‘s only directorial effort, Nothing But Trouble, from 1991.

The boys talk about the script changes and editing to make it a PG-13 from a Rated R, as well as how wacky this comedic-horror genre is, and perhaps why this zany film bombed at the box office. Is it really that bad? They also go through the insane story that Warner Bros. let Aykroyd put on the screen. So come on down and bail Dion and Blake out before it’s too late as they give some love to this forgotten gem, on this hilarious and fun all new edition of the Saturday Night Movie Sleepovers‘ podcast!

Extras!

Have a look at the amazing unused Boris Vallejo poster for Nothing But Trouble !

Check out Digital Underground‘s music video for Some Song (Featuring 2Pac), with cameos from Dan Aykroyd, Daniel Baldwin and even Eazy-E and Dr. Dre!


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Posted May 29, 2020 by admin in category "Adventure", "Comedy", "Horror

1 COMMENTS :

  1. By Jose A. Rivera on

    Finished the episode today (it was a long day at work, so you guys got me through it) and I can’t believe I’ve only seen Nothing But Trouble like three times in my life. The funny thing is, it always stuck with me. When I was a kid it was so odd. Now that I’m an adult I can appreciate it more.

    Dan Aykroyd has a lot of creativity, but it was cool to know he was so willing to go with other people’s ideas, too. No wonder the crew loved him.
    And I totally had a thing for Demi Moore and the woman who played Renalda.

    I love the Boris Vallejo cover. I wish they would’ve used it. Who knows, maybe we’ll get a Shout Factory release or something akin to Shout Factory where we can get stuff like this and interviews.

    Either way, stellar episode. I’ve seen some people call this one a guilty pleasure while others call it a cult classic. I’m just glad it’s remembered.

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