This Unhinged 90’s Movie Should Not Exist

This Unhinged 90’s Movie Should Not Exist

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Found a movie called The Kid With X-Ray Eyes and it’s even worse than you can imagine. Sorry!







thanks for watching!

comment “harry stamper i hardly know her” if ur reading this


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37 Responses

  1. João Pedro Cypriano says:

    I wish someone would compile all “I hardly know her” jokes kurtis ever said in one video

  2. treedeer thethingy says:

    Kurtis calling the beach cop a pig and then immediately turning around and shipping him with the other guy is funnier than anything in this entire movie

  3. Jeffrey Nathan says:

    The most amusing thing about this ‘movie’ is that the cars are literally different makes, models, and even colors from shot to shot. It’s like they went out of their way to have zero continuity.

    • Emily Brooks says:

      @yeswhy not just advertise the video for what it actually is? Maybe post a picture of the finished food on Pinterest with a link to the YouTube video showing people how to make it? Trying to deceive people isn’t going to get you a loyal audience or any fame. The only “success” you’ll get is views from people who don’t actually care about the video who you tricked into watching it. It just doesn’t make sense. you and everyone else who does that is lame as hell

    • tinyandtired says:

      Uncle Chuck’s shirt also magically changes colour when he grows titties.

  4. Sh4rky says:

    I like to imagine that in the Kurtis skitematic universe, everyone looks, sounds, and acts like Kurtis. Even the newborns.

  5. Madison says:

    Like every x-ray technology in movies, sometimes you see through the skin to bones and sometimes you just see through clothes. Sacrifice continuity for those artfully crafted perv scenes!

  6. Umi says:

    Kurtis appearing from nothingness is proof he mastered being a magician after all these years

  7. Kate Murray says:

    kurtis i just gotta tell you this is genuinely such a good video. like the drake jokes, stamper driving, JACOB MAKING A CAMEO? being a married man maxed out your comedy skills. welcome back man!!!!!

    • ♜ᴡʜᴀᴛsᴀᴘᴘ+𝟏 𝟒 𝟐 𝟓 𝟒 𝟗 𝟒 𝟏 𝟕 𝟕 𝟖 says:

      🤝ᴛʜᴀɴᴋs ғᴏʀ ᴡᴀᴛᴄʜɪɴɢ🆙
      sᴇɴᴅ ᴀ ᴍsɢ ᴏɴ ᴡʜᴀᴛsᴀᴘᴘ ᴡɪᴛʜ ᴛʜᴇ ɴᴜᴍʙᴇʀ ᴀʙᴏᴠᴇ.✍️✍️

  8. LemonDropDoodles says:

    That bit with Jacob absolutely killed me! I knew it was coming and I still died 💀💀😂😂

  9. soyburglar says:

    It’s funny how the dad, played by the legendary Robert Carradine, basically committed SA with the goggles, because I was just sitting here thinking about how, as a Gen Xer, I’ll always know him as Lewis from Revenge of the Nerds…a movie in which he r*pes a girl by pretending to be her boyfriend wearing a mask in a darkened room. And it’s so crazy because when I saw that scene as a kid, it never occurred to me how messed up it was lol. Looking back it’s like WTF?! Like, Revenge of the Nerds, in our house, was basically a “family movie”. Just…damn.

    • Roman Adrian Morgan says:

      @Caidalee Just rewatched Overboard and my parents tried to explain how it’s romantic, even if it started (and continued) with deception.

    • Mignon Pelletier says:

      And yet, in Buffy The Vampire Slayer, when Faith and Buffy body-swap, and Faith has seggs with Buffy’s boyfriend using Buffy’s body, the boyfriend gets blamed for “cheating” on Buffy, rather than blaming Faith for r’ping the boyfriend.

    • Alonso Birmingham says:

      @Caidalee To be fair, my parents thought that I shouldn’t watch some cartoons with guns in it, because it would desensitize me. Looking back, the regular movies were sometimes much worse than anything else, especially when they were (supposed to be) funny

    • Caidalee says:

      My parents don’t really like watching their favorite childhood movies with me because I call out the rapey and super misogynistic scenes.

      Such classics as:

      “Ew, that girl is passed out and a bunch of sweaty dudes are high-fiving each other and encouraging that guy to feel her up? That’s disgusting!”

      “This is literally a r*pe scene. We’re watching a r*pe scene right now.”

      “This is supposed to be romantic? She just traded in her entire personality for a girlfriend title. If he didn’t like her for who she was, it wasn’t really love.”

      “So because it’s a guy getting r*ped, it’s supposed to be funny? Ew.”

      Lots of “just watch the movie” retorts. I know, I’m a lot of fun at parties.

  10. cake is good says:

    Kurtis laughing at his own joke gives me so much dopamine I cannot

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