...........OK already, enough with the damn dots - what are the fkn movies we're watching?!
We'll be showing two of Herschell's classics, Blood Feast and Blood Feast 2: All You Can Eat. Well, maybe Pt.2 isn't a classic, but the first is considered by many to be the first Spatter Film. Come early to get a seat, as space is limited, and enjoy a drink for the great Happy Hour special they'll be giving us. I recommend getting a rareBig Blue Bacon burger with extra bacon, but that's just me...
We'll start the 1st film at 7:30. Latecomers will be penalized with a whip or flogged with your kitchen utensil of choice.
Questions? Call 411. Oh wait, they're on vacation right now. Guess your SCREWED!
This is the trailer I put together for the SXSW Grindhouse Trailer Competition. It was selected by Robert Rodriguez as one of 3 finalists and screened at his grindhouse 101 panel. Sex, gore, violence, guns, and nudity. A woman is taken captive and forced to breed zombies....but she will get her revenge in this homage to the film trailers of the 1970's.
Director: Todd Cobery
Producer: Brady Kiernan
DP: Wilson Webb
Art Director: Sarah Jean Kruchowski
Editor: Sam Heyn
Music: Mark Mallman
VFX: Brian Olson
Special Makeup Effects: Crist Ballas
Starring: Dave Tufford, Heidi Fellner, Eric Hoover, and Klark Eversman
Voiceover: Bill Slichter
Welcome to NYC GRINDHOUSE - the only group on Meetup.com that deals specifically with the Exploitation Film Genre. We'll be watching old classics such as Russ Meyer's 'Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!' and Jack Hill's 'Coffy', the film that launched sexy Pam Grier into the spotlight, as well as new Grindies like Tarantino's 'Death Proof' and my recent favorite, 'MACHETE'!
When summer comes, we'll take a few weekend road-trips to check out the few remaining DRIVE-INs in and around New York - the closest one is less than 2 hours drive from Midtown, Madhattan! If you have any questions, please call or text me @ (347) 523-3937.
We'll also be checking out special Midnight Screenings @ the famous Sunshine theatre on East Houston Street, as well as other exploitation screenings in and around Badhattan.
FINALLY, as the original 'Grindhouses' were named after the now defunct burlesque theaters located on 42nd Street in New York City, where 'bump n' grind' dancing and striptease were featured, we'll visit some of the remaining burlesque and vaudeville venues in NYC for a bit of naughtiness. . .