You probably didn’t see everything at The L.A. Zine Fest, but I hope you got to see I Love Bad Movies’ zines of movie reviews and illustrations. If you didn’t, you’re going to get a second chance! If you did, then you know you should come check this out at Home Room tomorrow night.
I Love Bad Movies presents:
Bad-movie aficionados Kseniya Yarosh and Matt Carman, co-editors of the zine I Love Bad Movies, present this special screening of the film that proves that a comedy doesn’t need jokes as long as it features identical bodybuilders in ridiculous ’90s fashions.
Watch as beefy twin “stars” the Barbarian Brothers protect bad seed 10-year-old twins from the mob, bankrupt a carnival, and physically assault people using playground equipment. (Warning: Barbarian Brothers’ clothing accessories include Troll dolls, telephone cords for necklaces, bird nests for hats, and an overabundance of sheriff badges. May cause injury to eyes and/or brain.)
Featuring a trivia round with prizes, and a brief pseudo-scholarly presentation condensing the long history of “burly babysitter” movies into five minutes of fun facts and film stills.
Director: John Paragon. 93 min. 1994. DVD.