American Psycho with Huey Lewis and Weird Al

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Crowley9 : My mind just imploded from the meta.

JackIncongruente : I got one reservasion in dorsia ;)

Luis Gomez : Weird Al still gots it.

Neil Tipton : 123 people, couldnt get a reservation at Dorsias..

Robert Baldwin : This is awesome!

Patrick Bateman : Impressive...very nice.

Janne Aalto : First thing I watched this morning. The worst part is that the rest of the day will be a disappointment after this.

CyewWayne : In some alternate universe, this is the actual version of American psycho and the one with Christian Bale is the parody

Deathshuck : This is so well made it's unreal.

Crackers and Cheese : Now you need to get Bale and Leto back to do a skit about this skit.

Derek Diedricksen : Huey Lewis "New Drug"- lol- that's great!

Fallen Monk : A parody of a parody... pure genius!

KingofSting19 : Huey Lewis and the News joke? It's probably the "Sports" section.

Zzyzzyzzs : It's just nice to know Huey Lewis is such a good sport about this.

David Beard : So Huey can act as well. Sterling.

Rando Numba 9 : Check these Dubs

FiveofHearts1 : 1:22 Check em

Daryll Alvero : A parody artist, 'killed' by a parody.

Michael Hraba : A clip so catchy you probably don't even listen to the subtext.

TheMentoid : Anytime I hear someone say "do you like, etc". I'm out of there!

Paul Jensen : This bit would've made more sense with Phil Collins.

westben2000 : 1:22 Check'em

CinemaBiohazard : When I was reading a little into the movie, I didn't find it surprising that Whitney Houston refused to let her music be used for it as the book was quite harsh. Having Huey and Phil Collins to it, however, was pretty cool on their behalf. But to see Huey do this and do it well...holy shit, he has to be the most awesome person alive. This is AWESOME. And Weird Al, but we already know he's awesome.

Migi Ligayo : American Psycho is one of those late 90s/early 2000s films (like American Beauty, Fight Club, The Matrix?) that make me question life.

Willmo Rolfe : He's got a good sense of Huey-mour.

Jakk Frost : Is it me, or does Huey totally have a face and voice that seem like they belong on a bodybuilder, one past his prime and doing infomercials for Gold's Gym? (And note, I'm not dissing Huey, here)

Mr. Joshua : I want to watch this whole video, but... I've gotta return some video tapes!!

Kévin Parent : 1:22 When your CHECK'EM get CHECK'EM'D

dvdeeble : 'DVD' actually stands for 'Digital VERSATILE Disc'. Trust me, I'm a DVD.

Batman Jr. : Someone needs to show Christian Bale this!

Pepsi Man : "It's gone! The whole place's cleaned out! Yancy stole my clover! That thief!" "How do you know it didn't disintegrate?""Everything else held up okay." "Except for "Sports" by Huey Lewis."

Zachary Wolf : this implies Huey Luis has watched american psycho, the meta is overwhelming

Lee Jones : ok I about died laughing

Ladiesman1447 : Huey is too black sounding for me.

Natabeanz : this is the best thing ever 😂

DidYaServe : Things like this remind you the world is a good place.

Edmund Barker : Why does Huey look so much like Timothy Dalton?

Patrick Bateman : Cool

Anthony Nunez : You like David Bowie? His early work was a little too jazzy for my taste, but when Hunky Dory came out in '71, I think he really came into the mainstream, commercially and artistically. The whole album has a clear, crisp sound, and a new sheen of consummate professionalism that really gives the songs a big boost. He's been compared to Freddie Mercury and Alice Cooper, but I think Bowie had a far more flamboyant , androgynous sense of style. In '72, Bowie released this, The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spider From Mars, his most critically acclaimed album. I think his undisputed masterpieces are "Suffragette city" and "Starman." The songs are so catchy, most people probably don't listen to the lyrics. But they should, because they're not just about Bowie's alien alter ego, they're also iconic signature tunes in the world of glam rock!

Drew Marshall : Weird Al is an American treasure.

M.Night Shammertime : When Christian Bale has more rhythm than Huey Lewis 1:25

Chris Warburton : This is an amazing parody. xD

Alexander : 0:45 Huey Lewis - New Drug!!!

Slippy Jones : Again!!! Huey and Weird Al BOTH parody themselves. And I think in this short Huey kinda got "American Psycho" on the nose. Most people DON'T get the book or the film.

Naomi Armitage : Oh Huey, my Huey. I will always love you, but why'd you have to hurt my Weird Al? Jealous that you didn't age as well as he did? **sigh**

Francisco Mariño : This is like... The greatest thing ever! It definitely deserves more exposure, yet I've never seen it before!

Alex Wason : This is intense

Hotdog Channel : These mistakes just happen to me sometimes

Mahmood42978 : Huey could use more zeal and pathological screams of insanity

Nick Fotopoulos : How am I seeing this for the first time in 2016!?