November 5th, 1999
The Silent Movie Theatre reopens with Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times
Catch the riot grrrl doc you’ve been waiting for!
Kathleen Hanna in The Punk Singer (one-week Run!) http://bit.ly/1ammGjl
DEADLY PREY returns to Cinefamily paired with the premiere of the brand new sequel DEADLIEST PREY! November 30
Hey Cinefamily members —
It’s that time of year again. Time for Cinefamily’s Fantastic Elastic 24 Hour Telethon!
Last year’s Telethon was incredible — from the first moments, when Robert Downey, Jr. surprised us all when he offered to buy our new projector, to David Silverman’s flaming…
TONIGHT 11/22 at midnight
The punk rock bastard child of Romero’s “Dead” series, the Return of the Living Dead franchise has carved out its own loving corner of the zombie cinematic universe, buoyed by the classic status of Dan O’Bannon’s original. Carrying on in the series’ rock n’ roll tradition, Brian (Re-Animator) Yuzna’s Return of the Living Dead 3 pares the undead apocalypse down to a tight little twist on Romeo and Juliet, subbing teen angst for zombie infection. Melinda Clarke plays one of the sexiest and most badass zombies in history, un-living life as a Trioxinated teen on the run with her grunge-rockin’ boyfriend. Yuzna wisely keeps the gore, the gross-out gags and the good times flowing, making this entry easily one of the most enjoyable of the series. Released during the early-’90s straight-to-video boom, this little sickie rarely gets theatrical play anywhere in the world, so don’t wanna miss this 20th Anniversary opportunity to see it on the big screen. Brian Yuzna in person!