Weekend at Bernie’s is one of those movies a lot of people find funny while totally ignoring the horrific reality of the situation. In the 1989 film, Andrew McCarthy and Jonathan Silverman play two men who find their boss dead and decide to hang out with his body, eventually using his clout to live the high life. The film was successful enough that everyone came back for a sequel in 1993. Clever idea but pretty morbid when you actually think about animating and transporting a corpse.

It’s even more morbid when you realize two men in Denver kind of duplicated the film last month when the found their friend dead in his apartment and took the body around town, running up his tab at local bars and strip clubs. Fortunately, they left him in the car for all of these activities. Read the details after the jump. Read More »


This week, Dave, Devindra, and Adam praise the uniqueness of The Adjustment Bureau, conclude that I Saw the Devil is the revenge film to end all revenge films, and get disgusted by the complete amorality of Weekend at Bernie’s. Special guest Tim League joins us from The Alamo Drafthouse. Check out the Alamo’s SXFantastic series at SXSW this year.

You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1993. Join us for our next live broadcast on Sunday, March 13 at Slashfilm’s live page where we’ll be discussing Battle: LA.

Download or Play Now in your Browser:


Subscribe to the /Filmcast:

Read More »

VOTD: Tim Burton’s Weekend At Bernies

After Alice in Wonderland, Tim Burton will continue his trend of re-imagining other classic films with…. Weekend At Bernies. You can watch the LandlineTV-produced faux trailer now, embedded after the jump.
Read More »