Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Hot Dang! It's the Cat

Oh boy! This is one of those films that has to be seen by everyone. It's just that out-of-this-world.
A space cat, a female space alien , and a funky mean space monster. What more could you ask for.
Did I mention, the cat and dog kung-fu fight?

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

In the Drivers Seat

Andy Warhol and Elizabeth Taylor in the same film. That's two out of this world icons...strutting
their stuff across the screen. The odd thing is that the character Liz plays in this film is totally bonkers and she plays it to the hilt. You see Liz is looking for a lover she never met. She wants him to sex her up and snuff her out. Someones not in their mental drivers' seat. So this Wed night, we'll see what all the fuss is about.

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

A Cinematic Hot Cup of Coffee is Eraserhead

My first viewing of Eraserhead made me think of the Big Gulp Cups I used to fill with coffee at the 7-11. The first sip was hot. Later it got very warm
and then Mr. Coffee Jitters showed up. My brain and eyeballs were dancing out of their sockets.
After many other viewings of Eraserhead, my body
has gotten used to the jolts. The WPFS will be screening this bad boy and the jolts will flow through the audience like ectoplasmatic connect the dots.

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Zombie Baby Commandoes

If any of you screenwriters are reading this blog. Here's an idea I want to throw at you. Are you ready. We're going to combine genre's: The Womens' Prison Film with a Sci-fi twist...throw in some Science Gone Wrong and splice in some Action/War Drama with Zombies and there
you have it: "Zombie Baby Commandoes!"

Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Time for zome zilly happiness!

Hey gang! One of our favorite comedies. U seen it b-4 but its always funnier with a crowd.
That's right. The Kentucky Fried Movie!
Come join us tonight and get whacky. Why not invite your office or your boss.

Tuesday, April 01, 2008

The Anniversary

Hey Gang,

This weeks feature is one of our favorite Bette Davis films. We decided to screen it again as part of our 20th anniversary retrospectacular. We hopes ya love it.