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Upcoming | Archive: 2015 2014 2013
  • Thu
    21
    May
    2015

    CARTOON HAPPY HOUR

    5:00 til 7:00

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    Now starting at 5:00 for two full hours of cartoons!!

  • Thu
    21
    May
    2015

    KINDERGARTEN COP - IN HECKLEVISION

    8:00pm

    Kindergartencop_hecklevision

    We're going to play a wonderful game called... "Who is my daddy and what does he do?"

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  • Fri
    22
    May
    2015
    Sat
    23
    May
    2015

    SINGLES

    7:00 pm

    Singles

    Love is a game. Easy to start. Hard to finish.

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  • Fri
    22
    May
    2015
    Sat
    23
    May
    2015

    BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA

    9:30 pm

    Bigtroubleinlittlechina

    A Mystical, Action, Adventure, Comedy, Kung Fu, Monster, Ghost Story! Jack Burton is coming to save your Summer....

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  • Sun
    24
    May
    2015
  • Mon
    25
    May
    2015

    SINGLES

    7:00 pm

    Singles

    Love is a game. Easy to start. Hard to finish.

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  • Mon
    25
    May
    2015
    Tue
    26
    May
    2015

    BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA

    9:30 pm

    Bigtroubleinlittlechina

    A Mystical, Action, Adventure, Comedy, Kung Fu, Monster, Ghost Story! Jack Burton is coming to save your Summer....

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  • Tue
    26
    May
    2015

    HOW TO LOSE YOUR VIRGINITY

    7:00 pm

    What has launched both purity balls and porn franchises, defines a young woman’s morality–but has no medical definition? Enter the magical world of virginity, where a white wedding dress can restore a woman’s innocence and replacement hymens can be purchased online. But, what if all we had to lose were our virginity myths?

    Using her own path out of virginity, filmmaker Therese Shechter explores why our sex-crazed society cherishes this so-called precious gift. Along the way, we meet sex educators, virginity auctioneers, abstinence advocates, and young men and women who bare their tales of doing it—or not doing it.

    HOW TO LOSE YOUR VIRGINITY uncovers the myths and misogyny surrounding a rite of passage that many obsesses about–but few truly understand.

    Meet director Therese Shechter and members of the cast and crew for Q&A after the screening

    This event is produced by TUGG and will only screen if enough audience signs up.

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  • Wed
    27
    May
    2015

    MOVIECAT TRIVIA: HOSTED BY THE CRUSTY JUGGLERS!

    7:00 pm

    MovieCatTrivia

    Join us for the best movie trivia in the city! MEEOOWWWW!!!

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  • Thu
    28
    May
    2015

    The ROOM

    8:00pm

    TheRoom

    Get TicketsIf everyone would just love each other the world would be a better place to live...

  • Thu
    28
    May
    2015

    CARTOON HAPPY HOUR

    5:00 til 7:00

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    Now starting at 5:00 for two full hours of cartoons!!

  • Fri
    29
    May
    2015
    Sat
    30
    May
    2015

    EVERYTHING IS TERRIBLE! LEGENDS

    7:00 pm & 9:30 pm

    EverythingIsTerribleLegends

    Once a millennium, something emerges from the darkest corner of the universe and enlightens us to the true meaning of being. Something so mystickal, so magickal, and so mind-splitting that all concepts before its existence sounds stupid and boring.

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  • Sat
    30
    May
    2015
    Wed
    03
    Jun
    2015

    TOOTSIE

    7:00 pm

    He took a female role and became a star. If only he could tell the woman he loves.

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28 thoughts on “Upcoming Shows

  1. To start off this is a fine establishment with good food, ample wine, good service by the female wait staff, and great movies that I would never get the chance to see on the big screen. I’ve noticed during the past few movies that the low talking scenes become muffled to the point that you can’t understand what is being said. I’ve had a couple of friends notice this as well. Any way you could rectify the problem? This won’t keep from going but would make the experience just that much better.

    • Hi Roger, you have nailed one of the trickiest things about showing movies. Getting the dialog balanced across the channels without having the sound effects pierce your ears. Every movie has a different mix as well. We are just laying out our plans for our next projection system upgrade and sound gear is part of that too. We have been making incremental progress over the years and I think we are approaching an upgrade cycle where we will be rebuilding things from new.

    • I’d like to state that I’ve had excellent service from the male waitstaff, as well as the female waitstaff. :)

      Also, I look forward to the upgrades!

  2. I have seen all my childhood favorites here! I love this place! I can’t wait to see Goonies in July. Is there a possibility of getting The Sandlot and The Princess Bride shown sometime soon!!!

  3. Hi Kevin, We spoke a few weeks ago at the end of your screening of Boogie Nights. I asked if you might consider playing 1976’s GRIZZLY & possibly 1978’s PIRANHA in the short conceivable future? Both were the best Jaws rip-offs during the Animals Attack onslaught of the late 70’s. You asked me to write & remind you of these requests. Hope you could work on it for me (especially GRIZZLY!!!). I’ll bet you’d do pretty well as this hasn’t been shown for years in theaters & may be a nice discover for horror enthusiasts, as it’s a mild Cult Classic but also a forgotten low-budget gem. Only a couple venues in Hollywood (including Tarantino’s New Beverly) & a theater in Canada. Thanks, Dave

    • I also vote for more late 70s crap!

      (I must admit to having actually seen GRIZZLY during its original theatrical run)

    • ‘Frogs’ is another great (terrible) 70s horror film. Stars a young and moustacheless (surprisingly sexy?) Sam Elliott.

  4. It would be pretty amazing to show Prince’s epic Under The Cherry Moon on the big screen! Maybe paired with some music videos, or Michael Jackson’s Captain Eo?

  5. I would love to see you guys add Saturday afternoon matinees for kids, espcially as the rain/cold sets in!! It would be really great to have movies right here in the neighborhood. I think you would get a lot of families to come!

    • Hi Lisa, we have been talking about weekend matinees lately but were thinking more about adults than kids. We are going to start screening the Seahawks games on Sundays and also some new Happy Hour ideas. We’ll throw the kid matinee idea into the mix and see what we can work out.

  6. I loved it when before the upgrade you showed Star Trek First Contact and was wondering if there where any plans for any more Star Trek Film screening especially some of the older ones like “The Wrath of Khan” which I would believe would attract a fairly good crowd.

    • Seconding someone else’s suggestion of Star Trek episodes or movies. My friends and I would definitely go to those!

    • OMGOSH!! You’re actually doing the Holy Grail Quote-a-long!! And not only are you doing it, but you’re doing it ON MY BIRTHDAY!! Coincidence??

      ..yeah, probably… ’cause it would be weird if you knew my birthday…

  7. Thank you for putting Pump Up the Volume on the calendar. I emailed in requesting this a while back and I am so excited!

  8. Seeing Christian Slater in Pump up the Volume made me wish you guys played the classic
    ‘Gleaming the Cube’

    Also, another 80s great would be ‘Dream a Little Dream’

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