BRAINS GONE WILD

BRAINS GONE WILD

It's another round of Mondo Monday's in March at Arizona's film fan favorite. This time the folks over there will be launching into a genre of sci fi antics that seemed to fascinate generations of B Grade film makers; the concept of an evil brain. Tickets only $3! Here's the lineup and do protect that dome of yours from mad professors...
 

Monday March 6th 8pm
THE BRAIN THE WOULDN'T DIE (1959)

“Alive…without a body…fed by an unspeakable horror from hell!” In this notoriously absurd and surprisingly sleazy 1959 sci-fi/horror train wreck, misguided romance is just the tip of the bad movie iceberg as a creepy surgeon sets out to prove that if you can’t be with the one you love, then maybe you at least still have a shot with their medulla oblongata!

Monday March 13th 8pm
BRAIN DAMAGE (1988)

From the Director of Basket Case!  Brain Food takes on a whole new meaning when a talking worm-like parasite forces his dopey human host to supply him with an ever-increasing supply of his favorite midnight snack – human brains!

Monday March 20th 8pm
THEY SAVED HITLER’S BRAIN (1968)

“The most incredible plot to conquer the world!” Hitler’s disembodied head is alive and well and up to no good, living inside a fish tank on a tropical island populated by bumbling madmen in this hard-to-swallow exploitation “classic” that will have you repeatedly asking yourself, “why?” Well, why not? In the notorious Z-grade sci-fi/spy thriller They Saved Hitler’s Brain, a young woman and her husband go in search of her missing scientist-father and sister, a journey which leads them to the fictional Caribbean island of Mandoras.
 

Monday March 27th 8pm
THE BRAIN (1988)

It’s cheap ‘80s Canadian sci-fi/horror at its finest when a mad scientist and a giant brain from outer space team up to rule the world (or at the very least, Canada) in this wacko bad movie extravaganza!

Program notes by The Loft.

NEON REVIEW: COLOSSUS: THE FORBIN PROJECT (1970)

NEON REVIEW: COLOSSUS: THE FORBIN PROJECT (1970)

NYC'S ROXY OPENS INTIMATE BASEMENT CINEMA

NYC'S ROXY OPENS INTIMATE BASEMENT CINEMA