We always knew that Nicolas Cage was a…National Treasure, but thanks to the folks at CinemaSins, we have a concise breakdown on exactly what it is that makes him so great. A disturbing number of the clips from this video are from the film we watched for the pilot of Green Light, Red Light, the 1989 classic Vampire’s Kiss, so we were excited / horrified to see them.
We’re glad the CinemaSins folks were able to watch so much Nic Cage without succumbing, unlike poor Abed…
The original pilot to Green Light, Red Light, we decided to release this second, because Hausu was such a ridiculous bit of nonsense, but we couldn’t not release it after what we put Eric through. For episode 2, we tackle the 1988 Nicolas Cage movie Vampire’s Kiss. If you ever wondered where the creepy Nic Cage meme came from, you’ve now found it. That’s this movie. It’s actually one of the less weird things Cage does throughout the film. Check it out!
For episode 2, we tackle the 1988 Nicolas Cage movie Vampire’s Kiss. By this point, Nic Cage had already starred in films like Moonstruck and Raising Arizona, so we knew he was capable of something good, but things take a sharp turn to the absurd in this movie that launched a thousand memes. Seriously, that creepy Nic Cage staring meme? That’s this movie. It’s actually one of the less weird things Cage does throughout the film. Check it out!
Vampire’s Kiss is available from Amazon as part of a double feature pack with another vampire based comedy, Once Bitten. That one may be a future episode, too.