Let's meet at the Alamo Tap Room just off the lobby for drinks and then spend $1 to see the latest Video Vortex VHS presentation.
Showtime is 9:30 but we'll meet in the bar around 8:00 for chitchat and some booze anesthetic...
GOREMET ZOMBIE CHEF FROM HELL
The year is 1386. A group of wizards called "The Ancient Order" place a curse on a guy named Goza. Cut to 1986. Goza is now the proprietor of Goza’s Deli & Beach Club, which is a front for chopping off people’s body parts and eating them. Goza also enjoys dance parties with nude women, as long as they're dancing to a rip-off of ELO's "Don't Bring Me Down." At one point, Goza screams, "DON'T CHASTISE ME!" to someone, which leads to a showdown with The Ancient Order in a suburban park. There are hooded sweatshirts and invisible force fields. Goza may survive the ordeal, but will he survive the final showdown with a priestess who looks like Pat Benatar? GOREMET ZOMBIE CHEF FROM HELL reeks of weed, Doritos, and old Reebok high-tops in the best of ways. It was made by adults on Super 8, but most likely influenced by ninth-graders playing Dungeons & Dragons while watching EVIL DEAD. Plus it's only 67 minutes. Bonus! (Joseph A. Ziemba)