Almost two miles long, Hopscotch CD will connect the neighborhood from Jackson to Union with community events, stands, garage sales and more along the way. There will also be a series of group walks through out the day. Find out the whole scoop at www.hopscotchcd.com PeeWee would certainly be a hop-hoppin and then his movie plays right after!
Last night Santa’s Helpers showed us their talents at intermission. It was so Fetch. Thanks to Leif for making this happen. He’s the tall blonde one of course.
Mike and Cooley host our regular screenings of The ROOM and they have gotten to be friends with some of the cast. The other night Juliette Danielle had her face larger than life on our screen as she chatted with the crowd before the show.
Star Trek was looking a little dark last night and then the error messages started popping up on the server. So after the show it was time for a little late night maintenance which is when I pulled out this lamp with chunks of glass and metal clanking around. Tonight’s show looks better now that both lamps are on. I am looking forward to converting to DCP this summer so we’ll be running on arc lamps with double the brightness. It is going to make the shows look really great.
Join us for a free screening of This is Roller Derby this Sunday at 2:30.
Director Daniel Hayward is in Seattle for the screening.
You can view the trailer here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e15YdOueJuY
Filmed over 12 months, This Is Roller Derby is a colorful and action packed documentary examining the cultural phenomenon of modern roller derby; a full contact sport played by women on roller skates. From its roots in Austin, Texas, it has become the fastest growing women’s sport in the world. Nowhere is this more evident than in Australia – not only for its dynamic appeal but also its subcultural influences and community spirit.
In the rural Victorian town of Ballarat Australia, a group of women from varied and diverse socio-economic backgrounds have banded together to grow their own grass-roots roller derby league hoping to become a part of the greater roller derby community. The film follows the Ballarat Roller Derby League and its skaters over the course of twelve months, juxtaposing their journey with the established Australian and Texas roller derby leagues.
This screening is FREE but you should register for tickets at thisissrollerderbyseattle.eventbrite.com
Since most of us are not pulling down hedge-fund manager style bonuses, we thought it would be fun to do something crazy fun and nice on the wallet. We have introduced 99-cents nights where the last show of some movie we like will be on super-sale. The first one is tonight for Empire Records at 9:30 and the next one is Howard the Duck on Wednesday May 1st. Both are popular movies but we just wanted to do something silly as we close the runs of these shows. Keep your eyes peeled for more of these nights. We are planning on breaking out the bargain movies a couple of times per month. It’ll be a flashback to when you were thirteen and going to the $1 matinees, except it’s at night now and you might not remember thirteen…. Anyway you like it, enjoy the savings as now you will have more cash for beer!
Steve over at Bonebat has got a crazy lineup of long and short Horror films as well as a Funk band jam session. It is going to be quite a Saturday. There will be Hunters doing it all wrong, Puppets doing everything wrong, and so much more insanity. Check out the awesome t-shirts with the monster skeletons ripping the roof of of Central Cinema! Only one week away….
As I type this there is a new show of paintings going up in the lobby by Seattle painter Derek Erdman. You may be used to seeing his work around town and in the Stranger and now all over our walls! Do drop by and see them in person.
The Demons of Bonebat invade the Cinema April 13th for an all day festival of Mayhem! If you like Beasts and Gore then you do not want to miss this attack on our brains…
THE BONEBAT SHOW’S “COMEDY OF HORRORS” FILM FEST is proud to announce Official Feature Selections for their third evening of Comedy Horror features, shorts and live music, to take place at Central Cinema in Seattle, WA on April 13th, 2013.
PUPPET MONSTER MASSACRE – Written and directed by Dustin Mills, and featuring the vocal talents of Steve Rimpici, Ethan Holey and Bart Flynn.
“A group of teens are challenged to spend a night in the Wagner mansion on the edge of town. Little do they know the owner (Dr. Wolfgang Wagner) has concocted a monstrosity in the basement, and plans to make the hapless teens the creature’s first big meal.”
BUCK WILD – Directed by Tyler Glodt, Produced by Christian Sosa, and starring Matthew Albrecht, Jarrod Pastilli, and Dru Lockwood.
“When Craig invites his friends, Lance and Tom, and his cousin Jerry, a New Yorker with a duffle bag and a secret, for a boys’ hunting trip to a small Texas town, he doesn’t realize they will be the ones trying to survive. Facing the fast-spreading Chupacabra virus as well as their own personal baggage leads to a weekend the four will not soon forget.”
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GRABBERS – Directed by Jon Wright, written by Kevin Lehane, and starring Richard Coyle, Ruth Bradley, Bronagh Gallagher and Kevin Tovey.
“Strange doings are afoot for charming but heavy-drinking local policeman Ciarán O’Shea, tasked with greeting straight-laced young officer Lisa Nolan who has just arrived in his small fishing village off the West coast of Ireland. As the crew of a fishing boat disappears, dead whales start appearing on shore, and a local lobsterman catches a strange tentacled creature in his trap, it soon becomes clear that there’s something big out there, and it’s hungry! Time to rally the villagers, arm the troops…and head to the pub!
Each of the three features will be presented in it’s Seattle premiere.
The “Comedy of Horrors” Film Fest will be hosted by Steve and Gord of THE BONEBAT SHOW podcast, and will take place Saturday, April 13th, 2013 from 2:00 pm to 11:00 pm at the Central Cinema in Seattle, WA. In addition to the above features, the festival will present three blocks of previously announced comedy/horror shorts as listed below, a huge prize giveaway, and a set of live music from Seattle funk innovators Tip to Base.
The Official Shorts Selections are:
“Structure Kill”, Stephen Vitale Films USA Stephen Vitale, Director
“Only the Smart Survive”, Starry Moon Productions USA Kari Lane, Director
“Pig Lady”, Kraken Entertainment USA Thomas De Napoli/Steve Makowski, Directors
“The Necronomicon”, Bad Advice for Good Times CANADA Joseph Nanni, Director
“Mr. Bear”, Whatever It Takes/Promofest SPAIN&USA Andres Rosende
“No Santa”, SMBC Theater USA Matthew Morgenthaler, Director
“The Living Want Me Dead”, Cheap Heat Productions USA Bill Palmer, Director
“(Baby) It’s You” USA David Cowles, Jeremy Galante, Brad Pattullo, Directors
“Reverse Parthenogenesis”, Grillo-Marxuach Design Bureau USA Javier Grillo-Marxuach
“Twisted” Germany Norbert Keil, Director
“Love Bug”, Fidget Films UK Ben Kent, Director
“50 Shades of Domestic Gray”, SMBC Theater USA Tomm Jacobsen, Director
“Familiar”, Fatal Pictures Canada Richard Powell, Director
“SMUSH: A Deadheads Short”, Frobro Films USA Brett and Drew T. Pierce, Directors
“Tune for Two”, Primodrom SWEDEN Gunnar Järvstad, Director
“Sandwich Crazy”, Film 5 CANADA Michael Doucette, Director
“Alma” SPAIN Rodrigo Blaas, Director
“Killer Kart”, FSU FIlms USA James Feeney, Director
“Elder Sign” Bad Advice for Good Times CANADA Joseph Nanni, Director
“Suckablood” Bloody Cuts UK UK Jake Cuddihy and Ben Tillett, Directors
“Hungry Hickory”, He Dies At The End IRELAND Damien McCarthy, Director
“Meat”, Daywalt Fear Factory USA Drew Daywalt, Director
The Central Cinema is Seattle’s only Dine-In Cinema, located in the Central District at 21st & Union, and is famous for screening an amazing selection of independent and cult classic films, as well as their full dinner menu, organic popcorn and cocktails.
The BoneBat “Comedy of Horrors” Film Fest is an R-rated event, due to strong language, graphic sex and intense violence. And that’s just from the hosts!
Tickets are on sale now at www.bonehand.com for the early bird price of $25.00/$30.00 after April 1st.
THE BONEBAT FILM FEST is sponsored by Mac and Jack’s Brewery, Flying Saucer Pizza, Corner Comics, Scarecrow Video, Games and Gizmos, Theo Chocolate, Play N Trade Kirkland, Paizo Publishing, Dark Horse Comics, Oni Press, Alternative Cinema, Stalker Farms and GT Printing Equipment.
THE BONEBAT SHOW is a comedy and pop-culture podcast which features independent music. The show is hosted by Steve Holetz and cartoonist G J Caulkins of www.mightywombat.com, has aired every three weeks since September 2007, and has just released it’s 98th episode. The Podcast- and Parsec Award nominee can be found at www.bonebat.com.
For additional information about the festival, or to buy tickets, please visit http://www.bonehand.com/