Bill Murray had a pretty decent 1984. Ghostbusters, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, took over the summer and changed the trajectory of many young lives—who among us didn’t plan to become a real-life paranormal investigator after witnessing the battle with Gozer—but he was also involved in a lesser known movie that same summer. Murray appeared in the science fiction comedy Nothing Lasts Forever, and despite his star power, and that of other people involved in the film, the movie never saw the light of day. That’s changed, now, however, as the entire feature-length film has leaked onto the Internet for you to check out.
Nothing Lasts Forever was originally scheduled to hit theaters in September of 1984, but Metro Goldwyn-Meyer postponed the release. In the wake of this delay, the film has never had a proper unveiling, either theatrically or on the home video market. This all seems very strange considering the people involved with the movie.