Friday, June 24, 2016

Screenings in the Bay (Friday to Sunday): The Neon Demon, Blood and Black Lace, Tickled

Hey guys, happy Friday! We have a pretty busy movie weekend, with two new releases coming out today (both of which I would recommend checking out, maybe one more than the other though...), and some restored older films being shown throughout the weekend, and into next week. This Sunday is also Video Vortex at the Alamo, which we'll be at. So if you wanted to pick up one of the limited Terror Tuesday Goes to Camp shirts, that'll be another opportunity. Let us know through a comment, message, or whatever and we'll make sure to have one ready for ya. Now, let's take a look at the coming weekend lineup.

Opening Today
Opens Friday 24th (1hr 57min)
Drama/ Horror/ Thriller (IMDB)
"When aspiring model Jesse moves to Los Angeles, her youth and vitality are devoured by a group of beauty-obsessed women who will take any means necessary to get what she has."

Opens today (1 hr 27min)
Drama/ Horror/ Thriller (IMDB)
"A mere 200 yards from shore, surfer Nancy is attacked by a great white shark, with her short journey to safety becoming the ultimate contest of wills."

Alamo Drafthouse

Video Vortex

Sunday 26th @ 9:30pm (1hr 20min)
Action (?)
This is the only super-hero movie from Union, Missouri that you’ll ever need to see. Shot on Super 8 by filmmaker Glen Gruner, THE SKID KID feels like what would happen if an episode of THIS AMERICAN LIFE was cross-mutated with a teenage demo version of BATMAN. By day, Scooter “Cousin of Steven” Spielberg drives around in his hot corvette. But also by day, Scooter dons a pair of magic boots that are powered by RC Cola and transforms into the Skid Kid! Scooting along in stop-motion magnificence, the Skid Kid cleans up the mean streets of Union the only way he knows how -- with his fists!! THE SKID KID is a snapshot of people who are in love with the magic of making movies. It’s also a snapshot of sweet BMX wheelies, dummies being lit on fire, and amateur nunchuck attacks. When can we move to Union, Missouri? (Joseph A. Ziemba)

Special Screening this Monday:
Monday 25th @ 9:30pm (1hr 30min)
Drama/ Slasher (Google)
"Renegade police officer Matthew Cordell (Robert Z'Dar) once roamed the streets of New York City unleashing his murderous brand of vigilante justice upon its denizens before being struck down by good cop Jack Forrest (Bruce Campbell). Now, Forrest is eager to move on from those heinous events, but he is stopped short when a familiar killing spree begins. Though thought dead and gone, Cordell is back from the grave and ready to wreak his merciless havoc once more."

With Director William Lustig in person!

Landmark Embarcadero

Starts Today (1hr 32min)
Documentary (Google)
"A journalist intends to document an international tickling competition for kicks. Instead, he finds a bizarre and even threatening world created by a bully with deep pockets."

Starts Today (1hr 28min)
Horror/ Comedy (Google)
"In 1932 Vienna, Dr. Sigmund Freud (Karl Fischer) helps a depressed vampire (Tobias Moretti) whose 500-year marriage is on the rocks."

Thriller/ Indie (Google)
Sunday 26th @ 7pm (1hr 36min)
"Vincent Towers (Michael Harris) and Clay Arlington (Dennis Haysbert), identical looking half-brothers, do not meet until their father's funeral. Vincent convinces Clay to switch lives with him, and Clay accepts. Clay, however, doesn't know that Vincent killed their father and, in an effort to fake his own death and get away with the crime, plans to murder Clay as well. Clay lives through the first attempt on his life. But, left amnesic and confused, how long can he survive?"

Sunday 26th @ 9pm (1hr 24min)
Horror/ Mystery/ Thriller (IMDB)
"A shadowy killer in black brutally murders fashion models."

VOD Releases

Action/ Scifi (IMDB)
"A group of online gamers are invited to try a state-of-the-art virtual reality video game but things take a turn for the sinister when these masters of the shoot 'em up discover they will literally be fighting for their lives."


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