Returning champion Chris E. Hayner heads back to the show to talk about one of the weirdest and most amazing long-form music videos in existence.
The Triad of Mat, Andrew, and Will is back and discussing another minimovie from Michael Jackson. They’re discussing “Remember the Time, ” the video featuring Eddie Murphy, Iman, Magic Johnson, and Zues Lister as MJ is on the run after wooing Queen Iman.
All good things must come to an end, and for Mat Elfring at his guests The 5-50 Band, that means the final chapters of R Kelly’s “Trapped in the Closet,” for now. They watch the anti-climactic Chapters 29-33, which features the best and worst of the entire series.
It’s time, once again, to dive into R Kelly’s insane world that is “Trapped in the Closet.” Mat is joined by Chris, Brian, and Koopa of The 5-50 Band, formerly known as Los Mysterios, and they try to figure out just what in the hell is going on in Chapters 23-28.
Mat and Cheeseburger take a tour of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” a John Landis directed music video that takes place in a dream, in a Vincent Price directed movie. While many consider “Thriller” to be one of the best music videos ever made, does it still hold up? After Cheeseburger and Mat discussed “Black or White,” they’re a bit skeptical. However, spoiler alert, “Thriller” is still awesome and has the best jacket featured in a music video of all time.
Mat, Cheeseburger, and Rock N Roll are joined by the band Koopa & Los Mysterios for another round of R Kelly’s “Trapped in the Closet.” Things in the hip-hop dramedy start going off of the rails, and the guys have a lot of conspiracies about these characters and whether or not this is all based on a true story.
We’re back! This week, Mat and Cheeseburger Parks are joined by the band Koopa & Los Mysterios on their continuing journey through R Kelly’s hip-hop dramedy, “Trapped in the Closet.” In addition, we renew our love for Tron, even though his name is actually Twan.
In this very special Minimovie episode, Mat, Rock n Roll Andrew, and Fitzy are joined by Thom Clancy and Andrew “East Coast” Bellon, who just happened to be in the studio that day. They start off by watching LMFAO’s “Sorry For Party Rocking,” but end up going on a journey into the career of director Mickey Finnegan, which resulted in watching Katy Perry’s “Last Friday Night.”
It’s part two of our six part series, diving into R Kelly’s magnum opus. Mat, Cheeseburger Parks, and Rock N Roll Andy watch chapters 7-12 of R Kelly’s “Trapped in the Closet.”
In the first of a six-part planned series, Mat, Cheeseburger Parks, and Rock N Roll Andy watch chapters 1-6 of R Kelly’s magnum opus “Trapped in the Closet.” Alongside the gang is Brian Leh and Chris Leh of Koopa and Los Mysterios.
It’s minimovie week! Mat Elfring and Matt Drufke are discussing one of Drufke’s favorite music videos: Puff Daddy’s “It’s All About the Benjamins (Rock Remix I).” The guys discuss how Puff Daddy got from going on tour to playing a high school prom with BDSM enthusiast Lil Kim, in this Spike Jonze video.
It’s minimovie week! Mat Elfring and Andrew Parks break down a music video they loved as kids, Michael Jackson’s “Black or White.” They quickly realized it is a terrible video.
It’s minimovie week! Guitarist Andrew Leh returns to talk to Mat about the epic 90s video “November Rain,” by Guns N Roses.
Comedian Matt Drufke comes on the show this week to talk about Meat Loaf’s “I Would Do Anything For Love,” directed by Michael Bay.