Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
I have just finished 3 weeks of jury duty. Now, it's back to business.
- Rock and roll.
- Groupies by the dozen.
- Topless teens.
- A crazed slasher.
- A band called The Clowns and they dress like mimes.
I don't like rating movies or say that they are good or bad, but I will say that Terror on Tour is jaw-droppable. Meaning that your jaw will drop and bounce around the room like a kangaroo on pcp. Yes! This film has to be seen by a proper deserving WPFS audience by all means! It will be my duty to hire another jive-ass non-certified doctor or nurse to re-attach the fallen jaws. Since I am Doctor Schlock, I volunteer myself because I have seen this film, thus I have the knowledge and expertise to get the WPFS members through a screening of this has-to-be-seen-to-be-believed gem of a flick. We have not set a date or found a club for our screenings. I am just so excited to be out of jury duty and to have seen this film. Now I just want to share it with everyone. I feel it is my duty to please your psychotronic booties. So bear with me as I venture out once more in search of a place to screen these psychotronis wonders. These films must be seen by a respective audience. So out I go, into the future because that is where you and I will spend the rest of our lives!
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
I've talked to one club manager and he has agreed to let us show our films at his joint. The deal is not sealed and I don't want to jinx it. So I won't give you the name of the club, but I will give you some clues:
It is on the Red Line.
It has a smoking license (you can smoke at the bar but not in the screening room.)
There is no kitchen (you are allowed to bring food in from the neighboring restaurants.)
It is in D.C. (in a safe neighborhood.)
It will be temporary, but at least we can share some funky films with our freaky friends again.
Saturday, February 07, 2009
7 injured when cab hits nightclub
Police told the Washington Post that none of the injuries at Solly's U Street Tavern appeared to be life threatening. The driver of the cab was reportedly one of those who were injured, the newspaper said.
After the cab hit the club, "the wheels were still turning, so the place was filling up with smoke," an employee said, adding, "we got everybody out pretty fast."
The cause of the 12:15 a.m. crash was not immediately known, the Post said.