Tonight BadMovieArt returns to Central Cinema with a one of a kind film, unlike anything you have EVER seen! LADY TERMINATOR aka NASTY HUNTER is a classic slice of BadMovieArt that must be seen to be believed!
We go deep into the vaults of BadMovieArt to unleash one of the most jacked up and thrilling movies ever conceived. Straight from the late 80’s Indonesian film scene, LADY TERMINATOR aka NASTY HUNTER is everything you could possibly want in a movie! Ancient sea witch curses, Lady robots, musical numbers, mullets and one eye popping scene that will leave you speechless!
Consider this GAME ON! As BadMovieArt takes you on one helluva a ride you will NEVER FORGET no matter how hard you try!
And if that wasn’t enough. BadMovieArt is giving you one more reason to love LADY TERMINATOR! All tickets for LADY TERMINATOR are 99 cents!* It is worth every penny!
Tickets on sale now!
*Advance tickets have a 50 cent handling and processing fee, making your total ticket price for LADY TERMINATOR a buck fifty!
We are on our way to a major upgrade to the projection capabilities here at the Cinema. The major movie studios are starting to only release movies in DCP format which requires a specific kind of system to show them with. The DCP spec also looks really great on the screen so the quality of our shows will improve nicely too. The equipment costs some serious money so we have started a Kickstarter campaign to raise the funds to get this installed. We have some great deals on movies and events at different funding levels. If you come to the movies a lot then you can save some money by buying your tickets upfront, and it will help us to make the shows that much better. Go check out what this upgrade means to us on our Kickstarter page and help us get there.
Kate has done an amazing job with the flower beds in front of the Cinema. Right now the Peonies are exploding in magenta and there is a large bush of yellow Roses. We use the flowers for the table vases in the cafe space. There are also beds of herbs such as fennel and mint that the kitchen uses for specials.
One of Central Cinema’s most popular movies comes back to the big screen this week as we present PEE-WEE’S BIG ADVENTURE. Why do we NEVER get tired of this movie? Because it’s pure joy and magic from beginning to end. Check out The Stranger’s own Adrian Ryan article that will break it down for you!
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!
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.
We here at Central Cinema want to give a big shout out to everyone who came out to support The Black & Beautiful Film Festival this past week. Franklin High School Senior, Mia Roberson, did an amazing job curating the festival and doing introducing for all four films that played for her Senior Project. Films included in the festivals were an opening night screening of SHAFT ’71 and two feature runs with GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER? and JACKIE BROWN. She closed the festival last night with THE WIZ.
We wish Mia Roberson the best in her endeavors as she heads to college this fall. It was a pleasure working with such a talented and bright young adult.
Where are not sure why there is a baby coming out of the recycling.