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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, with periodic bonus screenings. lick here for more info, or BUY TICKETS

Cult Movie Calendar

Thanks for your patronage of our 2015 Cult Movie Series, which ended with screenings of Batman Returns on November 19 and 21 . . . the just-finalized 2016 calendar, starting in February, is posted below:

  • February 25, 27 --Mulholland Drive (2001)
    Directed by David Lynch (Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me). Starring Naomi Watts, Laura Harring, Ann Miller, Dan Hedaya, Justin Theroux, Robert Forster, Lee Grant, Billy Ray Cyrus, Chad Everett and Rita Taggart. A bright-eyed young actress travels to Hollywood, only to be ensnared in a dark conspiracy involving a woman who was nearly murdered, and now has amnesia because of a car crash. Both women search for clues and answers across Los Angeles, and eventually are pulled into a psychotic illusion involving a dangerous blue box, a director named Adam Kesher, and the mysterious night club Silencio. 147 minutes. Rated R

  • March 24, 26 --Pee Wee's Big Adventure (1985)
    Directed by Tim Burton (Batman). Starring Paul Reubens, Elizabeth Dailey and Mark Holton. 98-pound man-child Pee-wee's life in thrown into upheaval when his treasured red bicycle is stolen. After interrogating his friends and assaulting his spoiled (and all-too suspicious) neighbor Francis, Pee-wee consults a fortune-teller, who advises him that his bike is in fact resting in the basement of the Alamo. And so begins a road movie unlike any other, as Pee-wee encounters escaped convicts, wistful waitresses, posthumous truck drivers, biker gangs, and even Warner Bros. studio executives along the way to his Road Master reunion. 92 minutes. Rated PG

  • April 21, 23 --The Princess Bride (1987)
    Directed by Rob Reiner. Starring Cary Elwes, Robin Wright, Mandy Patinkin, Peter Falk, Fred Savage, Chris Sarandon, Christopher Guest, Wallace Shawn and Andre the Giant. In this rollicking romantic swash-buckler for all ages, a budding romance between the beautiful Buttercup and farmboy Westley is interrupted by fate when he is reportedly murdered by pirates, and she becomes the mournful fiance to Prince Humperdinck, who plans to use her as a pawn to start a war with a neighboring kingdom. But Westley returns from the "dead" to save the day, battling giants, large rodents, the Cliffs of Insanity and the Pit of Despair in order to be re-united with the love of his life. 98 minutes. Rated PG

  • May 26, 28 --Big Trouble in Little China (1986)
    Directed by John Carpenter. Starring Kurt Russell, Dennis Dun, Suzee Pai and James Hong. When macho truck driver Jack Burton decides to help his friend Wang Chi rescue Wang's green-eyed girlfriend from bandits in San Francisco's Chinatown, they enter a mysterious underworld where they face an ancient sorcerer named Lo Pan, who needs to marry a woman with green eyes to retrieve his physical body. Jack and Wang team-up with the lawyer Gracie Law, the bus driver and sorcerer apprentice Egg Shen and their friends and embark in a great adventure in the underground of Chinatown, where they face a world of magicians and magic, monsters and martial arts fighters. 99 minutes. Rated PG-13

  • June 23, 25 --Akira (1988)
    Directed by Katsuhiro Otomo. Starring Nozomu Sasaki, Mami Koyama and Mitsuo Iwata. In this Japanese epic animated action film based on Otomo's own hit manga, Kaneda is a bike gang leader whose close friend Tetsuo gets involved in a government secret project known as Akira. While trying to save Tetsuo, Kaneda runs into anti-government activists, greedy politicians, irresponsible scientists and a powerful military leader, leading to a final battle in Tokyo Olympiad where Akira's secrets were buried 30 years ago. 124 minutes. Rated R

  • July 21, 23 --The Sandlot (19893)
    Directed by David M. Evans. Starring Tom Guiry, Mike Vitar, Patrick Renna, Chauncey Leopardi, Marty York, Brandon Quintin Adams, Grant Gelt, Shane Obedzinski, Victor DiMattia, Denis Leary, Karen Allen, James Earl Jones, and Marley Shelton. Scotty Smalls moves to a new neighborhood with his mom and stepdad, and wants to learn to play baseball. The neighborhood baseball guru Rodriquez takes Smalls under his wing, and soon he's part of the local baseball buddies. They fall into adventures involving baseball, treehouse sleep-ins, the desirous lifeguard at the local pool, the snooty rival ball team, and the travelling fair. Beyond the fence at the back of the sandlot menaces a legendary ball-eating dog called The Beast, and the kids inevitably must deal with him. 101 minutes. Rated PG

  • August 25, 27 --Fight Club (1999)
    Directed by David Fincher (Seven, Panic Room). Starring Brad Pitt, Edward Norton, Helena Bonham-Carter, Jared Leto and Richmond Arquette. Edward Norton plays the nameless narrator, a corporate drone and insomniac completely dissatisfied with his life, who befriends the irrepressible force of nature that is soap salesman Tyler Durden. Together they start up a bare-knuckles, no-holds-barred fight club, where young, equally bored urban professionals meet once a week and beat the crap out of each other. 139 minutes. Rated R

  • September 22, 24 --The Goonies (1985)
    Directed by Richard Donner (Lethal Weapon series, Conspiracy Theory, Superman). Starring Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, Jeff B. Cohen, Corey Feldman, and Martha Plimpton. In this thrill-a-minute adventure film, brothers Mikey and Brand learn that greedy developers are forcing their family to move, and they and their friends decide to have one last, precious adventure together. With the help of a treasure map they've found in the attic, the group, known as the Goonies, go in search of buried gold hoping against hope that if they find it, Mikey and Brand will succeed in keeping their home. 114 minutes. Rated PG

  • October 20, 22 --The Evil Dead (1981)
    Directed by Sam Raimi (Evil Dead II, Army of Darkness, Drag Me To Hell). Starring Bruce Campbell, Ellen Sandweiss, Richard DeManincor, Betsy Baker and Theresa Tilly. This auspicious feature debut from Sam Raimi -- shot on 16mm in the woods of Tennesse for around $350,000 -- secured the young director's cult status as a creative force to be reckoned with. Five vacationing college kids make an unplanned stopover in an abandoned mountain cabin, where they come across an ancient-looking occult tome filled with dense hieroglyphics and macabre illustrations, a dagger fashioned from human bones, and a reel-to-reel tape recorder. Ensuing incantations release an evil force from the surrounding forest that turns its victims into heartless monsters. 87 minutes. Rated NC-17

  • November 24, 26 --Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1981)
    Directed by George Miller. Starring Mel Gibson, Bruce Spence, Michael Preston, Kjell Nilsson and Vernon Wells. In the post-apocalyptic Australian wasteland, following the events of Mad Max, one-time Highway Patrol officer Max Rockatansky has become a drifter scavenging for petrol, and ends up at a bric-a-brac fortress where an idealistic tribe is refining oil and planning to start a new life "up north". Their defenses against an army of grotesque desert warriors weakening, the leader agrees to pay Max in petrol upon delivery of a semi-trailer rig capable of transporting the precious stuff. 94 minutes. Rated R

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