Okay, here's the deal:
A few people have suggested that a friendly, low-planning, recurring movie night with viddles and laughs would be fun. In conversations, we couldn't decide which is better: truly good movies, or awful movies that are their own artform. So my gimmick is this..
For each night, I pick six movies. Three that most people consider "good", and three that are something like Sharknado, Chupacabra versus Mothman, whatever. Then, when everybody arrives, we roll the dice.
This will be:
-In Harrisonburg, at my house.
-May be canceled on short notice because my work schedule is "awesome".
-May be subject to extreme fits of unluckiness.
First Run, here are the options, pending me being able to find these movies somewhere.
An immortal from Scotland played by a Frenchman befriends an actual man from Scotland who is playing a Spanish-Egyptian and has to kill an American playing a Russian.
2) Dune '84
The killer husband from Desperate Housewives has to survive an attack on his new desert planet with help from Patrick Stewart.
A computer hacker dials up an intelligent computer who tries to destroy the world with a dot-matrix printer.
4) Porco Rosso
A man is transformed into a pig and flies around an inland sea fighting air pirates and womanizing.
5) The Wizard
Kevin from the Wonder Years and an autistic kid star in a 1.5 hour commercial for Nintendo.
6) ET: The Extra-Terrestrial
A candy addicted alien lives in a woodshed and flips the bird at the government.
Take 33 eastbound out of Harrisonburg toward Elkton. Turn left on Indian Trail (about 3 miles). Go ~1 mile on Indian Trail. Just after it changes to 45 mph, take a right on Stella. Go to the T, hang a right onto Chad Ln. Go to the fence, take a left and go past my neighbor's garage into my driveway.
If you like backroads, from Augusta just take Keezletown (276) to 33, then pick up the directions from there. Call if you need directions.
To clarify, I live *behind* the guy with the big garage. It's a short driveway next to a fence; I've turned my front porchlights on. There's a parking area with my truck facing uphill in the grass.