In today's print edition of the LA Weekly, I wrote a story on Tom Schiller's Nothing Lasts Forever, an amazing, never-released and rarely screened 1984 sci-fi comedy starring Zach Galligan from Gremlins, and Bill Murray as the operator of an intergalactic bus line that transports elderly tourists to the moon. The film is screening tonight–and only tonight–at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood, and it's a must see.

Schiller got the gig to make Forever through his day job, making short films for Saturday Night Live–think of him as the godfather of Lonely Island. A program of his SNL shorts will screen tonight before the feature, including Don't Look Back in Anger, an eerie clip in which an old age-makeuped John Belushi roams the Not Ready For Primetime cemetery. That is embedded after the jump, along with the Nothing Lasts Forever trailer.

Nothing Lasts Forever trailer:

LA Weekly