- Event Reviews
- April 24, 2017
The metallic, triple-bill onslaught attracted an enormous Orlando crowd. Christopher Long was there.
This is the most comprehensive look at slime molds you’ll ever see. It’s also the most oddly fascinating science doc you will ever see. Do not miss this!
We follow a young boy as he falls in love with film, is deserted by a woman, and returns to his first and only love: the cinema.
Will this gleefully offensive indie horror movie bring about a DIY horror boom?
Brad Paisley rocks Morgantown, West Virginia in this combo CD/DVD release.
Satan visits rural Florida looking for souls but when he makes a bad deal with a local, his business plans go up in slime.
Judy Collins sings Sondheim as well as a few other pop favorites.
Peter, Paul and Mary made big waves with quiet folk music in the 1960s. Check out these rare and candid clips from their heyday.
The end of Sid and Nancy’s wild ride on Sad Vacation.
Fat Wreck Chords released some of the most exciting punk tracks of the 1990’s. See how the label came to be, flew high, and now struggles as a relic of punk rock and roll history.
Mutant creatures live under the subways of New York and munch on the homeless. What could possibly go wrong?
In rural Pennsylvania a pair of gorgeous musicians head out to L.A. and try to make it big in rock and roll.
Take one last look at the Subway Lounge, home of the last juke joint in Clarksville, Mississippi.
A series of murders revolve around 1968 photographs, and the victims all have coins on their eyes. Francesca does homage to Giallo.
A rather thin and uninformative quickie documentary on the unlikely political campaign of Donald Trump as he seeks the Presidency.
Dillinger is a stylish view of the biggest gangster of the Depression era, told in a lurid, tabloid manner.
The world is ending in Australia, and all the punk kids are locked up in a drive in and given free food, sex and drugs. What more could you want?
A fan-made documentary about Back to the Future and the mania that has developed around it.
Moody Blues frontman Justin Hayward is alive and kicking in the 21st century, and we get a good view on how his progressive rock roots have bloomed over the years.
Mutant ice cream terrorizes America as evil corporations make money off the resultant exploding brains.