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FESTIVAL OF (IN)APPROPRIATION #8: CONTEMPORARY FOUND FOOTAGE FILMMAKING

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ONE NIGHT ONLY: THURSDAY, MAY 12 – 7:30PM AND 10:00PM

Whether you call it collage, compilation, found footage, détournement, or recycled cinema, the incorporation of already existing media into new artworks is a practice that generates novel juxtapositions and new meanings and ideas, often in ways entirely unrelated to the intentions of the original makers. Such new works are, in other words, “inappropriate.” This act of (in)appropriation may even produce revelations about the
relationship between past and present, here and there, intention and subversion, artist and critic, not to mention the “producer” and “consumer” of visual culture itself. Fortunately for our purposes, the past decade has witnessed the emergence of a wealth of new audiovisual elements available for appropriation into new works. In addition to official state and commercial archives, resources like vernacular collections, home movie repositories, and digital archives now also provide fascinating material to repurpose in ways that lend it new meaning and resonance. Curated by Jaimie Baron, Greg Cohen, and Lauren Berliner. Sponsored by Los Angeles Filmforum.

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ASTRO BLACK: WE ARE THE ROBOTS by Soda_Jerk (Australia, digital video, color, sound, 2010, 6:35)
LANDSCAPE WITH BROKEN DOG by Orazio Leogrande (Argentina, digital video, black & white and color, 2014, 14:00)
LET ME ASMR YOU by Clint Enns (Canada, digital video, color, sound, 2014, 2:40)
IT TAKES ALL SORTS by Rachel Stuckey (US, digital video, color, sound, 2014, 10:30)
OVERPASS by Kami Chisholm (Canada, digital video, color, sound, 2014, 4:57)
THE END OF AN ERROR by Peter Freund (US, digital video, black & white, sound, 2013, 10:00)
DEAR BRITNEY by Duke and Battersby (US, digital video, color, sound, 2014, 5:00)
THE PLASTIC GARDEN by Ip Yuk Yiu (Hong Kong, digital video, color, sound, 2013, 11:30)
SOFT PONG INARI by Michael Lyons & Palle Dahlstedt 
(Japan/Sweden, digital video, color, sound, 2014, 2:06)
NOTES FOR A POLISH JEW by Abraham Ravett (US, 16mm & 8mm on digital video, color, silent, 2012, 8:05)
SEND ME A COPY by Albert Alcoz (Spain, digital video, color, sound, 2011, 5:24)
IN LIGHT, IN! by Ken Paul Rosenthal (US, 16mm on digital video, black & white, sound,
2013, 12:00)

Full program notes can be found on the Festival of (In)appropriation’s website.

NEGATIVE PLEASURE BIRTHDAY TAKEOVER

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Autopsy
Dir. Armando Crispino, 1975
Italy, 100 minutes.

SUNDAY, MAY 8 – 5:00PM
** CANCELLED **

When the city of Rome is rocked by a wave of violent suicides, a young forensic pathologist (Mimsy Farmer of FOUR FLIES ON GREY VELVET), wracked by hallucinations of the living dead, and a priest (Barry Primus of NEW YORK, NEW YORK), running from his dark past, begin an investigation. Together they uncover a deadly secret… and a chilling slab of unspeakable horror.

Directed by Armando Crispino (THE DEAD ARE ALIVE) and featuring a sinister score by Ennio Morricone (THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE), combines elements of classic giallo with flourishes of psychedelia.

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Hands of Steel
Dir. Sergio Martino, 1986
Italy, 94 minutes.

SUNDAY, MAY 8 – 7:30PM

The Terminator meets Over the Top is this wild sci-fi/action cash-in by Italian schlockmeister Sergio Martino (Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key, All the Colors of Dark).

In a dystopian near-future, a sinister industrial faction, led by John Saxon, invents a cyborg named Paco Queruak (why not?) to assassinate the leader of a group of ecological activists (their slogan is “You Have No Future!”). When Paco fails to complete his mission, he hides out in the desert, where he becomes involved in the local arm wrestling circuit. This is a real movie that people made.

ONE HITTER TO PARADISE

ONE HITTER TO PARADISE
Dir. Various
USA, 60 min.

THURSDAY, APRIL 21 – 10:00 PM
FRIDAY, APRIL 22 – MIDNIGHT

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A one-night only tribute to the high holy holiday of 4:20 – silly? Sure, but not half as silly as Record Store Day, particularly when your pals at Spectacle have cherry-picked the greatest moments from an endless trove of anti-drug filmstrips, afterschool specials and drive-in exploitation madness. That might seem like a wide net, but considering even the staunchest Just Say No films usually have at least one psychedelic fish-eye lens freakout, it’s remarkable just how similar these varied sources actually are. With clips narrated by Robert Mitchum (arrested for possession in 1948) and Paul Newman and appearances by Scott Baio and John Holmes (not together, sadly), we’ll see clips of everything from wigged-out cinema verite’ to thoughtful examinations of the hypocrisy of America’s long-troubled drug laws to things that simply cannot be explained. Get your head right and come on out on Wednesday, April 20th, because Spectacle 4:20 says it’s gonna whup your ass.

KURUTTA IPPÊJI (LIVE SCORE BY AARON MOORE)

KURUTTA IPPÊJI (LIVE SCORE BY AARON MOORE)
Dir. Teinosuke Kinugasa, 1926/2016
Japan/USA, 40 min.
Silent w/ live musical accompaniment.

** ONE NIGHT ONLY! **
TUESDAY, APRIL 26 – 8:00 PM
TUESDAY, APRIL 26 – 10:00 PM

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Aaron Moore (of Volcano The Bear) live scores an edit of the Japanese silent film classic KURUTTA IPPÊJI.

“The story of a man who takes a job at an insane asylum to be near his wife, who is a patient, and how their daughter’s engagement affects the family, is told with no dialogue, only images … that drives the action as well as underlines the cacophony of confusion that threatens to tear the woman apart. The film’s director Teinosuke Kinugasa is not as well-known in this country as his contemporaries Yasujiro Ozu and Kenji Mizoguchi, but
directed over 100 features in his native Japan, including JUJIRO (CROSSROADS, 1928), JOYU (THE ACTRESS, 1947) and JIGOKUMON (GATE OF HELL, 1954), which won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival.” —Jared Case, George Eastman Museum

AARON MOORE

As a solo performer, Moore thrives on the unpredictable. Though primarily a drummer, he generally considers any instrument or object playable in one way or another, developing his solo work using 4-track tape machines, percussion, trumpet, and voice to create methodical sonic environments, with the constant potential for chaos and collapse leading him to new territories.

Moore is a founding member of the English experimental group Volcano The Bear. Formed in 1995, VTB have been critically acclaimed as one the leading lights of the British experimental music scene, “producing some of the finest, wildest British music of the last 10 years on record & on stage” (WIRE magazine).

Moore has appeared on over 40 albums with various groups & toured extensively in Europe and North America, having collaborated/performed with Thierry Muller, Boredoms, A Hawk & A Hacksaw, and the LAFMS group Airway. Ongoing projects currently include a duo with Argentinian improvisor Alan Courtis, Brooklyn based ‘notjazz’ group Gospel Of Mars.

THE BEAUTY THAT I SAW and EXCAVATING HARLEM

THE BEAUTY THAT I SAW
Dir. Benjamin Abrams, 2014
USA, 53 min.

EXCAVATING HARLEM
Dir. William Melvin Kelley, 1989
USA, 27 min.

SUNDAY APRIL 10 – 7:30 PM
ONE NIGHT ONLY
– Directors Kelley and Abrams in person!

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What makes up a living neighborhood?

In 1989, writer William Melvin Kelley began a video diary as a way to capture the beauty of living in Harlem, as well as times that are better seen than described in words. THE BEAUTY THAT I SAW is a document made with these tapes, showing life in an African-American community in the fleeting moment between the crack wars and today’s rent hikes.

Reflecting from the twenty-first century, Kelley’s voice riffs on Harlem, life in America, the myth of race, and raising an artistic family by your own values.

BEAUTY will screen with Kelley’s 1989 satirical short EXCAVATING HARLEM, which “documents” a 24th century anthropologist’s discovery and excavation of a long-forgotten Harlem, theorizing the lives of her 20th century inhabitants.

Born in the the Bronx, William Melvin Kelley has published four novels; A Different Drummer, A Drop of Patience, Dem, and Dunfords Travels Everywheres. His short stories and essays have appeared in The Saturday Evening Post, The New Yorker, Playboy and most recently Harper’s Magazine. He also has appeared in numerous textbooks and anthologies of African American Writers. Kelley is currently a professor of creative writing at Sarah Lawrence College and lives in Harlem.

F IS FOR FRAME

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ONE NIGHT ONLY – WITH LIVE PERFORMANCE
SATURDAY, MARCH 12 – 7:30 and 10:00PM

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“I’m a female Charlie Chaplin, I could have made slapstick comedy. I’m thinking more and more about acting again, in my films. My body in a movie is very important, it says something by itself, it has the weight of the Real. I can’t have actresses playing my clumsiness.” – Chantal Akerman

F is for Frame features a series of short video works by artists who use the camera to reframe, unframe, and construct feminists performances and identities. The artists use their bodies in a number of ways, ranging from minimal cameos and the use of childhood home video footage to staged performances created for the camera. Dialoguing with the history of feminist artists who positioned their bodies as sites for production and political intervention, the range of selected videos create a constellation of contemporary feminist strategies produced by and for the camera.

curated by bottom.

bottom is Millie Kapp & Georgia Wall’s curatorial project. F IS FOR FRAME is their second curatorial endeavor. bottom will be introducing the evening with a live interview generated from platonic lyfe partnership.

    ARTISTS AND WORKS:

Basma Alsharif
we began by measuring distance (excerpt) 3:30

Maliea Croy
You Go Girl 4:48

Mary Helena Clark
Palms 8:23

EJ Hill
Girl 2:52

Rachel James
How to make work that messes up temporality and puts you beside yourself while making a process 7:49

Anne Kunsmiller
on chopping wood, or something, while dying in the wood, or else 8:11

Marissa Perel
If you are the desert, i’ll be the sea 4:47

Alex Schmidt
Adults with Braces: Trude Donovan 5:00

Colin Self
AVIDDIVA (excerpt) 5:59

Martine Syms
Notes on Gesture 10:27

Lili White
I: SNAKEFOOT 5:22

SEEKING: MISSED CONNECTIONS & LOOSE ASSOCIATIONS BY LJ & CHRIS

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SEEKING: MISSED CONNECTIONS & LOOSE ASSOCIATIONS BY LJ & CHRIS
Dir. Chris Collins and LJ Frezza, 2010-2015
Approx. 80 min., USA

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20 – 7:30 PM
Chris & LJ appearing live and in person.

“Seeking” is a two person video screening about obsession, connection, and community in the age of pervasive technology. Both LJ and Chris are fascinated in locating and recreating the human moments of longing in the never ending deluge of images and cultural symbols. Throughout their work, they position themselves both as amateurs and experts, host and audience, both community member and cultural anthropologist. They sincerely engage in familiar forms of production, but always with the disarming criticality of an artist. The results are absurd, deeply funny, but also poignant. Can an obsessive fan-made supercut say something about loneliness? Can cheesy corporate stock photos be used to tell a story of desperation and redemption? What can video games communicate about labor, or existential boredom?

Chris Collins’ work is the collective awkward squirm of a networked digital culture. Through videos, games, participatory performances, and curatorial experiments, he highlights both the absurdity and the humanity in the technology that’s reshaping our experiences, our relationships, and our perception. In other words: Chris makes work about what the internet feels like. He’s shown extensively in the states and abroad, including the Museum of the Moving Image, The MusieumsQuartier in Vienna, The Nueberger Museum, The MCA, MDW, CAC, CS13, WFMU, WLPN, SFMOMA(’s blog), and other places both with and without acronyms. He lives in Chicago where he teaches at SAIC and UIC.

LJ Frezza is an artist, curator, and human being whose work examines mass media’s role in the formation of personal subjectivities. He is the co-founder of the BASEMENT Media Festival, and is currently pursuing his MFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Blindsketch (2014) Chris Collins, 3m

The Waiting Game (2013) Chris Collins Parts 1-6 (6m)

Golden Eye (2013) LJ Frezza, 6m

I just wasn’t made for these times (2012) Chris Collins, 3.5m

Level 1 (2015) LJ Frezza, 5m

Pony (2010) Chris Collins, 4.5m

Attempting to write my name with silly string in Zero Gravity
(2013) Chris Collins, 1m

me trying to play the intro part of “Nuthin But A G Thang” on a slide whistle (2009) Chris Collins 1m

The LJ Frezza Talk Show, Episode 3 (2011) LJ Frezza, 11m

Natasha (2013) Chris Collins, 3m

Stress (2014) Chris Collins, 1m

Boldly Going (2010) LJ Frezza, 4m

Nothing (2014) LJ Frezza, 6.5m

CONSENSUSCON (2014) Chris Collins, 11m

Tyepilot (2015) Chris Collins, 10ish-m

[Sneak Preview of a New Vid] (2015) LJ Frezza, 6.5m

Secret Handshake (2015) Chris Collins, 4m

COMIC ARTS BROOKLYN AND SPECTACLE PRESENT: AN EVENING WITH CHARLES FORSMAN AND LALE WESTVIND

Comic Arts Brooklyn and Spectacle present an evening of films selected by two of the most imaginative and prolific voices in contemporary comics. Charles Forsman (The End of the Fucking World, Celebrated Summer, Revenger) and Lale Westvind (Now & Here, Hot Dog Beach,Hyperspeed to Nowhere) have each been invited to present a film which has both inspired and influenced their comics practices.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8 – 7:30 PM: MS. 45
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8 – 10:00 PM: LIQUID SKY


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MS. 45
Dir. Abel Ferrara, 1981
U.S., 80 min.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8 – 7:30 PM

MS. 45 (Dir. Abel Ferrara, 1981), selected by Charles Forsman, tells the story of a shy and mute seamstress gone insane after being attacked and raped twice in one day. Taking to the streets of New York after dark, she randomly kills men with a .45 caliber gun, making this an unforgettable misandristic rape and revenge story. Fans of Forsman will immediately recognize similarities to his current series, Revenger, a graphic exploration of a grieving mother turned tough-as-nails action hero.


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LIQUID SKY
Dir. Slava Tsukerman, 1982
U.S., 112 min.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8 – 10:00 PM

Westvind’s fast, loud and compelling comics often amalgamate science fiction with the basic tenets of modern life, making the darkly humorous and thoroughly bizarre LIQUID SKY (Dir. Slava Tsukerman, 1982) a fitting choice. Tsukerman’s cult film sees an alien creature invade New York’s punk subculture in its search for an opiate released by the brain during orgasm, featuring an iconic male/female dual performance by Anne Carlisle and an unforgettable soundtrack.


To mark this special occasion, Forsman and Westvind have designed new posters for their film choices. These limited edition posters are available at the screening as well as from Spectacle’s Etsy store and Desert Island Comics.

SPECTACLE SHRIEK SHOW V

For the fifth year in a row, Spectacle is proud to present our 12ish hour horror marathon – The Spectacle Shriek Show. Throughout October midnight screenings have paid tribute to presenters from the last five years and this years line up is one of the most diverse yet. We’ve got 60’s spectral horror, German gut-munchers, made for TV Frankensteins, Mexican Satanists, cannibals who talk to their fish, dark Easter rituals, and surreal Italian brain-liquifiers.

Settle in for a full day of terror that you “can’t” escape! As always it’s $25 for the full day or $5 per film.

NOON – THE GHOST a.k.a. Lo Spettro
1:30 PM – ANTHROPOPHAGUS 2000 presented by Massacre Video
3:00 PM – DEAD MEAT presented by Horror Boobs & Wild Eye
5:00 PM – FRANKENSTEIN (I SWEAR ON MY MOTHER’S EYES) THE TRUE STORY presented by Lunchmeat VHS Fanzine
7:30 PM – John Russo’s MIDNIGHT
10:00 PM – GRAVE ROBBERS a.k.a. Ladrones de Tumbas
MIDNIGHT – Cosmotropia De Xam’s INFERNO VENEZIANO presented by Negative Pleasure & Phantasma Disques


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THE GHOST
A.k.a. Lo Spettro
Dir. Riccardo Freda, 1963
Italy, 97 min.

Spectacle marathon and midnight mainstay Barbara Steele and her giant eyes return for another tale of deceit, deception, and MURDER MOST FOUL! Steele plays Margaret Hichcock (no “T”) the wife of the wheelchair bound Dr. Hichcock. Not content to wait around for her husband to die of natural causes, Margaret and her lover decide to take matters into their own hands. Before his body is even cold, strange events befall the mansion and the two adulterers are shaken to their very core! Has Dr. Hichcock returned from the grave to reap a horrible vengeance? (Kind of!) Is this gothic tale of madness and betrayal the perfect kickoff to this years festivities? (YES.) A harkening back to last year’s opening screening of NIGHTMARE CASTLE, this one sets the mood/doom for the rest of your day.


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ANTHROPOPHAGOUS 2000 presented by Massacre Video
Dir. Andreas Schnaas, 1999
Germany, 80 min.
In German with English subtitles.

Massacre has been going five years strong (555, DEMON QUEEN, THE ABOMINATION, MONDO MAGIC) as presenters in the Shriek Show and this years entry is…something else.

Nikos and his family are trapped during a heavy story in a boat, leading to the unfortunate death of their daughter Vicky. Nikos becomes mad with the desire to survive, and he begins to kill and eat his own wife. Nikos manages to reach the shore of a small island, but his appetite for human flesh has consumed him. A group of young people on vacation have an unfortunate meeting with Niko. Will these youngsters make it out alive? (No.)

Massacre Video proudly presents, ANTHROPOPHAGOUS 2000, from the German Splatter master Andreas Schnaas (of the VIOLENT SHIT series), fully uncut for the first time ever in America!


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DEAD MEAT presented by Horror Boobs & Wild Eye
Dir. Tom Vollmann, 1993
USA, 107 min.

A true VHS rarity from the early 90’s DEAD MEAT was heavily bootlegged so it must be good, right? RIGHT. Think of all the classic characters from this slab of analog insanity – Sgt. John “Mo” Mentum, First Victim, Pizza Boy, and the rest! Basically a serial killer named The Senses Taker (guess what he takes from his victims) is running amok and these cops HATE it!

Filled to the brim with great gore, angry stock police characters, VERY long chase scenes, and a lot of scenes of a truly insane person talking to their pet fish this is a rare treat. Horror Boobs and Wild Eye will be officially releasing this lost clas-sick and we’ve got the premiere!


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FRANKENSTEIN (I SWEAR ON MY MOTHER’S EYES) THE TRUE STORY presented by Lunchmeat VHS Fanzine
Dir. Gary Cohen, 1983
USA, 90 min.

The hoots and howls of Halloween excitement are nearly in full swing as our favorite holiday fast approaches, Tapeheads, and in order to ring in the radical rewind VHSpirit right this Halloween, Lunchmeat has been keeping busy in the kitchen cooking up a super-sweet VHS treat for all the voracious Videovores out there. So, without any further analog ado, we proudly present some of the most exciting fresh VHS news of the season: Lunchmeat is absolutely elated to announce the unprecedented home video release of the ultra-obscure, shot-on-video, made-for-cable production FRANKENSTEIN (I SWEAR ON MY MOTHER’S EYES) THE TRUE STORY!

We’ve teamed up with the great Gary Cohen, director of cult SOV classics VIDEO VIOLENCE 1 & 2 to unearth this long lost slice of shot-on-video horror comedy insanity. Gary co-writes and stars in this utterly unknown film that debuted on Cablevision on Halloween night in 1983, and after a single airing, has since fell into complete obscurity. And now, over 30 years later, Lunchmeat is bringing this never-before-seen low-budget trashterpiece take on the classic tale of Frankenstein back from the grave!

The print used for the release comes directly from Gary’s archives (the only known surviving print!), keeping intact all of the grit and grain of the original analog-shot broadcast. The release will also include a video intro from Josh Schafer (yours truly!) talking about the inception of the release, and an exclusive intro from star and co-writer Gary Cohen, explaining how the production came to be, and why it’s been obscured for all these years. Here’s an excerpt from that intro with Gary Cohen, just to give you a little taste of history on this flick:

“I must admit, this whole project is shrouded in secrecy… at the time, what is now Comcast, I believe it was Cablevision back then… had a studio in New Jersey, and they were advertising, I think, for people who wanted to do some kind of cable access shows… my friend Richard Dominick (of Jerry Springer fame) decided he would pitch a project for Halloween, and write this version of Frankenstein. We got together, he wrote a script about Frankenstein, and we used a lot of the actors who you’ll recognize from Video Violence, who were all a part of Celebration Playhouse, this theater group in New Jersey. I believe we had about a day to film this thing, filmed on video, on three and a quarter inch video… and if memory serves, we were high or drunk or something when we we’re doing it… Once it aired, everybody disavowed any knowledge of the project. It is truly unique; it’s an oddity. I can’t believe here in 2015, it’s resurfaced, but so be it! I hope you get a kick out of it.” –Gary Cohen


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MIDNIGHT
Dir. John Russo, 1982
USA, 91 min.

Special thanks to John Russo.

We’re just gonna go ahead and say that if you only see one movie in this marathon (like an idiot)–make it MIDNIGHT.

A teenager runs away from home after her pervo cop stepdad (Laurence Tierney) puts the moves on her. She’s California bound when she meets up with two fellow travelers. Things go from pretty much ok to outright horrible when they stop in a small town and run into a family of Satanists who keep their dead mother in the attic. The paranoia is thick enough to cut with a knife (like a number of throats in the film) and no one is safe as the days run on to that most unholy of holidays – Easter. Cynthia looks great and has a pentagram on her forehead and there’s a lot of blood drinking and people in cages. Also some other truly sadistic and harrowing shit goes down. The film is based on Russo’s novel of the same name and was followed by a sequel–MIDNIGHT 2–many moons later. DO NOT MISS THIS ONE.


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GRAVE ROBBERS
A.k.a. Ladrones de Tumbas
Dir. Rubén Galindo Jr., 1990
Mexico, 87 min.
In Spanish with English subtitles.

Directed by Rubén Galindo Jr. who also made the unbelievable DON’T PANIC, GRAVE ROBBERS concerns a bunch of dumb teens who mess around in a graveyard and summon Satan and get their just desserts. Rather than prattle on about it, it’s probably best to let the copy from the back of the Mexican VHS tell the tale:

“LADRONES DE TUMBAS–It’s about four young boys who pretend to assault the tombs in the cemetery of a small town. But these boys were not aware that this place was surrounded by a strange evil force.

LADRONES DE TUMBAS–will take you to the unknown world of the evil where no human being has ever been able to escape! This time be prepared for the most exciting and violent film. Starring the best actors.”

The ultimate penultimate film for this years Shriek Show in the perfect sandwich between MIDNIGHT and INFERNO VENEZIANO.


INFERNO VENEZIANO presented by Negative Pleasure & Phantasma Disques
A.k.a. Hell of Venice
Dir. Cosmotropia de Xam, 2015
Italy, 65 min.

Negative Pleasure & Phantasma Disques team up to end our marathon with a bang presenting the third part of the ANIMA PERSA trilogy from Cosmotropia de Xam. Waaaaaaaaay back in 2011 Spectacle screened a midnight double feature of ACiD and INAUGURATION OF SNOW WHITE. Negative Pleasure has been killing it lately with double and triple features to coincide with comic releases (FELONY COMICS CRIME SPREE, etc) and this will be a sweet goodnight kiss to wrap up Shriek Show V!

Scientists vanishing and mutating to Zombies. A door to another dimension. A blind woman who keeps a secret. Mysterious surreal connections that prepare an Inferno for the city of gondolas.

SPECTACLE HALLOWEEN 2015

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SPECTACLE HALLOWEEN 2015
A.k.a. The Best Halloween of Your Life
Dir. Spectacle, 2015
@ Hopes & Fears
200 Morgan Ave.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31 – 9:00 PM
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Join Spectacle in celebrating the most Spectacular of holidays this Spectober and the end of our Kickstarter campaign!

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