Well, we’re only two months into our year-long foray into the cinematic oeuvre of Mike Myers, and we’re already starting to regret it. 1993’s So I Married an Axe Murderer is, we take no pleasure in reporting, a thoroughly mediocre film that also has the nerve to subject us to way too many shots of Myers’ unclothed lower body. Let us know what you think in the blog comments or on social media, and join us next month for a much better Mike Myers movie from 1993, Wayne’s World 2.
00:00:00 1993 Theatrical Trailer for So I Married an Axe Murderer
00:03:25 Thanks for the comment, Untitled History Podcast!
00:04:44 Our Classic Mailbag Video
00:07:43 The Graphic that Confused YouTube Commenter The Man
00:17:43 1985 Music Video for “The Rum Tum Tugger” Starring Terrence V. Mann (Not Actually Directed by Thomas Schlamme, but it Still Slaps)
00:28:45 Myers as Stuart: Made Zach Laugh 20 Years Ago, Mostly Makes Him Cringe Now
00:32:40 The Cringey Back-Scratching Scene
00:38:20 The Infamous Coffee Scene
00:40:20 The Third and Most Puzzling Appearance of Charlie’s “Hello!” Catch Phrase
00:41:42 Probably the Most Famous Catch Phrase in So I Married an Axe Murderer
00:45:36 The First of What Feels Like 500 Variations on the “Woman” Poem
01:08:07 Phil Hartman’s Completely Superfluous Cameo Scene
01:21:49 Charlie’s Millionth Performance of His Shitty Poem
01:24:15 “Rush (New York City Club Version)” by Big Audio Dynamite II (from So I Married an Axe Murderer: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, 1993)