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Cult Movie Series

Hey all you Insomniacs, Pop Culture Fanatics, Thrill Seekers, and Creatures of the Night! The Cult Movie Series is now back with monthly screenings of your favorite films (voted on by you guys during our recent on-line polling). Each film shows Thursday at 9:30pm and Saturday at 12 midnight at Camera 3 Entertainment. All tickets are only $7.50. Series sponsored by Psycho Donuts, Streetlight Records and Time Tunnel Toys, who will be providing prizes. Alcohol served until 11:00pm, with a special guest hosting each screening.

By popular demand, Camera 3 Entertainment is now hosting monthly Saturday night screenings of Tommy Wiseau's The Room, an electrifying American black comedy about love, passion, betrayal and lies. This long-time midnight cult sensation screens the second Saturday of each month, starting at 12 midnight. All seats are only $7.50. Click here for more info, or BUY TICKETS now

Do The Time Warp Again as Barely Legal, the Bay Area's premiere Rocky Horror Picture Show performing cast, is hosting monthly Saturday night events at Camera 3 Cinema in downtown San Jose. All tickets for these screenings, sponsored by Psycho Donuts, are $10, and doors open at 11:30pm (with alcohol served until 11:00pm). Showtime is 12 midnight. We highly recommend that you book your seats in advance! Events are the first Saturday of each month, plus the second Saturday every other month. Click here for more info, or BUY TICKETS

Cult Movie Calendar

Thanks for your patronage of our 2016 Cult Movie Series, which ended with screenings of Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior on November 24 and 26 . . . the just-finalized 2017 calendar, starting in February, is posted below:

Please Note: Because of unforeseen circumstances (i.e., films being pulled out of theatrical release), this schedule is subject to change

February 23, 25 --This is Spinal Tap (1984)
Directed by Rob Reiner (The Princess Bride). Starring Michael McKean, Christopher Guest, Harry Shearer, Bruno Kirby and Ed Begley Jr. In 1982 legendary British heavy metal band Spinal Tap attempt an American comeback tour accompanied by a fan who is also a film-maker. The resulting documentary, interspersed with powerful performances of Tap's pivotal music and profound lyrics, candidly follows a rock group heading towards crisis, culminating in the infamous affair of the eighteen-inch-high Stonehenge stage prop. This brilliant and hilarious mockumentary lampoons just about every rock & roll cliche in the book as it follows these fallen rock idols from one disastrous gig to the next. 82 minutes. Rated R

March 23, 25 --Serenity (2005)
Directed by Joss Whedon. Starring Nathan Fillion, Gina Torres, Alan Tudyk, Morena Baccarin, Adam Baldwin, Jewel Staite, Sean Maher, Summer Glau, Ron Glass, Chiwetel Ejiofor and David Krumholtz. In the future, a spaceship called Serenity is harboring a passenger with a deadly secret. Six rebels on the run. An assassin in pursuit. When the renegade crew of Serenity agrees to hide a fugitive on their ship, they find themselves in an awesome action-packed battle between the relentless military might of a totalitarian regime who will destroy anything - or anyone - to get the girl back and the bloodthirsty creatures who roam the uncharted areas of space. But, the greatest danger of all may be on their ship. 119 minutes. PG-13

April 20, 22 --Vampire Hunter D: Blood Lust (2000)
Directed by Yoshiaki Kawajiri . Starring Hideyuki Tanaka, Ichiro Nagai, Koichi Yamadera, Megumi Hayashibara and Emi Shinohara. It is many thousand years in the future. Vampires once ruled the night but have seen their numbers reduced by fearless bounty hunters. One such hunter is D, the halfbreed son of a human mother and vampire father. When a girl from a rich family is taken from her home by the vampire Meier Link, her father contracts both D and the Markus brothers (a rival group of hunters) to race to retrieve her. As the heroes fight their way through Meier's hired guards, they begin to suspect that the girl may have gone with him willingly. 103 minutes. Rated R

May 25, 27 --Battle Royale (2000)
Directed by Kinji Fukasaku. Starring Takeshi Kitano, Tatsuya Fujiwara, Aki Maeda, Taro Yamamoto, Masanobu Ando, Kou Shibasaki and Chiaki Kuriyama. A group of 42 delinquent Japanese high school students are sent to a deserted island to compete in a new forum of reality television. Given only a bag with a randomly selected weapon and a few rations of food and water, the students compete in a no-holds-barred game to the death, in which they have three days to kill each other until one survives -- or they all die. 114 minutes. Unrated

June 22, 24 --Labyrinth (1986)
Directed by Jim Henson. Starring David Bowie, Jennifer Connelly, Toby Froud, Shari Weiser and Brian Henson. Young Sarah is left home alone by her parents to babysit her little brother Toby. But the baby keeps crying and Sarah, while telling him a story to make him sleep, inadvertently conjures from a fantasy world the Goblin King, who steals the child and brings him to his castle in the middle of a labyrinth. Sarah has to rescue him before midnight, or the baby will became a goblin. 101 minutes. Rated PG

July 20, 22 --Scarface (1983)
Directed by Brian De Palma, from a screenplay by Oliver Stone. Starring Al Pacino, Steven Bauer, Michelle Pfeiffer, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio and Robert Loggia. Pacino's Tony Montana is the driving force in this chainsaws-and-all biography of the cocaine mafia. We follow his rise to absurd wealth and power out of thousands of Cubans arriving in 1980s Florida when Fidel Castro opens his borders. As the brutal and smartass Montana grows more and more ambitious, increasingly high on his own supply and uncontrollably paranoid, he systematically destroy everything he has built, including his trusted friends and loving family. 170 minutes. Rated R

August 24, 26 --The Big Lebowski (1998)
Directed by the Coen Brothers. Starring Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Steve Buscemi, John Turturro and Julianne Moore. In this wild, Raymond Chandler style tale and cult movie phenomenon, beardy low-life Jeff Lebowski -- aka The Dude -- is mistaken for millionaire Lebowski, and two thugs urinate on his rug to coerce him into paying a debt he knows nothing about. While attempting to gain recompense for the ruined rug from his wealthy counterpart, he accepts a one-time job with a high pay-off, but it soon seems that everyone from porn empire tycoons to nihilists want something from The Dude. 117 minutes. Rated R

September 21, 23 --Donnie Darko (2001)
Directed by Richard Kelly (Southland Tales, The Box). Starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Jena Malone, Drew Barrymore, James Duval, Katharine Ross, Patrick Swayze and Noah Wyle. This plunge into the feverish imagination of disturbed middle class suburban teenager Donnie takes a look at the dark side of an affluent adolescence filled with mystical visions, unexplainable chance occurrences, lurid secrets and premonitions of imminent doom -- not to mention a monstrous rabbit prompting him to commit antisocial acts.Donnie battles his demons, literally and figuratively, in a series of interwining story lines that play with time travel, fundamentalist gurus, fate and predestination, and the machinations of the universe. 113 minutes. Rated R

October 19, 21 --Re-animator (1985)
Directed by H.P. Lovecraft. Starring Jeffrey Combs, Bruce Abbott, David Gale and Barbara Crampton. In this gruesome but fun exercise in low-budget horror filmmaking, Herbert West is a brilliant young university scientist with a less than brilliant agenda. Having developed a glowing green potion that is capable of "re-animating" the dead, he begins to experiment on human corpses, but quickly learns that his test subjects become uncontrollable, violent zombies when revived. And when Dr. Hill, the opportunistic school dean, is accidentally killed and subsequently re-animated the situation quickly spirals out of control for West and Dan Cain, his straight-arrow roommate and de facto partner. A battle of wits and ghouls ensues as the single-minded West and the disembodied head of Hill vie for the re-animating agent, with Cain's comely young girlfriend stuck in the middle. 104 minutes. Unrated

November 16, 18 --Pink Flamingos (1972)
Directed by John Waters. Starring Divine, David Lochary, Mary Vivian Pearce, Mink Stole, Danny Mills and Edith Massey.Sleaze queen Divine lives in a caravan with her mad hippie son Crackers and her 250-pound mother Mama Edie, trying to rest quietly on their laurels as 'the filthiest people alive'. But competition is brewing in the form of Connie and Raymond Marble, who sell heroin to schoolchildren and kidnap and impregnate female hitchhikers, selling the babies to lesbian couples. Finally, they challenge Divine directly, and battle commences. 93 minutes. NC-17


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