Netflix Streaming Report: The Blues Brothers, The Exorcist, Super Troopers, and More

Netflix Streaming Report The Blues Brothers, The Exorcist, Super Troopers, Switched at Birth, and More

Welcome to your Netflix Streaming Report for May 7, 2015. After the long week you deserve a relaxing staycation with a bowl of popcorn, a bucket of ice cream, and only your Netflix queue to judge you. This past week, Netflix Watch Instant has been kind enough to supply us with The Blues Brothers, The Exorcist, Super Troopers, Switched at Birth, and many more for this May, which you can find after the jump. Continue reading

Broken Salmon?

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The boys of Broken Lizard (Super Troopers & Beerfest) are at it again. This time in the service industry terrorizing your food. The movie “The Slammin’ Salmon,” from what it looks like, is based on an upscale restaurant run by Michael Clarke Duncan and the maiterdee is Kevin Hefferman (Farva); also with a cameo by Olivia Munn it looks like. The rest of the waitstaff and cooks make up the rest of Broken Lizard as they seem to be in an arrangement of Duncan’s to gain $10,000. This slapstick comedy seems like nothing but classic Broken Lizard. The story reminds me of “Waiting…” due to its restaurant feel, but includes a sucker punch by Duncan to a swordfish. Check out the red band trailer to this movie right here at Collider.

Broken Salmon?

jay_chandrasekhar_as_nuts__erik_stolhanske_as_guy__april_bowlby_as_mia__paul_-_the_slammin__salmon_movie_image

The boys of Broken Lizard (Super Troopers & Beerfest) are at it again. This time in the service industry terrorizing your food. The movie “The Slammin’ Salmon,” from what it looks like, is based on an upscale restaurant run by Michael Clarke Duncan and the maiterdee is Kevin Hefferman (Farva); also with a cameo by Olivia Munn it looks like. The rest of the waitstaff and cooks make up the rest of Broken Lizard as they seem to be in an arrangement of Duncan’s to gain $10,000. This slapstick comedy seems like nothing but classic Broken Lizard. The story reminds me of “Waiting…” due to its restaurant feel, but includes a sucker punch by Duncan to a swordfish. Check out the red band trailer to this movie right here at Collider.