I'd say this is one of Mike Myers' best films. It can be safely described as a cult film after an unfair failure at the box office grossing only $12 million. Myers plays dual roles as Charlie MacKenzie, a commitment fearing coffeehouse poet and his dad, Stuart, a paranoid, singing, hard drinking Scotsman complete with accent. After a series of failed relationships, all of Charlie's self undoing, he meets the perfect woman in Harriet (Nancy Travis), a sweet butcher. Charlie's inhibitions get the best of him when he starts suspecting a few things. As far as the DVD, it pretty much sucks and can be described as a bit of a disappointment with the exception of three languages (including english), and the film's strange trailer which pretty much describes what the movie's going to be like in a nutshell. If you see the trailer, there's a deleted scene in the movie. That's something that I don't like about certain DVDs. They just put the trailer and the standard stuff on it but don't put anything else on it like the TV spots like some actually do. Getting back to So I Married An Axe Murderer, you may or may not like it depending on what comedy you're into. Everyone I've talked has liked it but then they're all around my age. Rather than that, movie is very delightful and entertaining. Look for a lot of cameos.