Maybe it's raining outside, or you hate the heat and want to languish in your air conditioning. Perhaps you promised a friend you'd see Knocked Up on Saturday, so you have nothing to do tonight, or Sunday. If any of those, or something similar apply, I might have just the recipe for you. Today marks the 40th anniversary of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band -- the album, not the movie. However, what would be better to celebrate than following up the Beatles' actual recording with the movie? As if Peter Frampton and the Bee Gees weren't enough reason, or how wonderfully terrible it is, there's also a slew of great cameos. You can watch Steve Martin sing Maxwell's Silver Hammer, and then check out Alice Cooper, Aerosmith, Earth Wind and Fire, George Burns and then go nuts trying to pick out all the Guests at Heartland, from Bonnie Raitt to Keith Carradine.

After you recover from that on Friday, there is a David Lynch tribute happening online at Movie Geeks United! Sunday night, June 3 at 6 p.m. (EST). Running for 2 hours, the tribute is a collection of interviews with people who have worked and spent time with the quirky director -- Toby Keeler, a childhood friend and director of Pretty As a Picture, Martha P. Nochimson, author of The Passion of David Lynch, Douglas Murray and Mark Jan Wlodarkiewicz from Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me and critic Shawn Levy. While they might not be big, recognizable star names, it looks like a good collection of people who can cover the gamut of Lynch. This will also be the start of a quarterly directors series, which is promising to be pretty interesting if Mr. Eraserhead is the first.