Free Movie being shown downstairs.
(1970). This film documents
Elvis’ Summer Festival in Las Vegas – his return to the stage after 14 years of making movies, with the bulk of the footage from the International Hotel in Las Vegas in August of 1970. Dir. Dennis Sanders. 108 mins.
(1993). Tim Burton’s holiday masterpiece starring Jack Skellington, king of Halloweentown, who discovers Christmas Town, but doesn’t quite understand the concept. Dir. Henry Selick. Starring : Chris Saranden, Danny Elfman & Paul Reubens. (76 mins)
(1975) (89Ms) Dir. by Earl Barton. Starring: Zalman King, Brenda Fogarty, Cathy Worthington.
Miss Tenny is taking her all girl class on a tour of the remote California country-side. While driving down a back road, the bus breaks down and the girls and Miss Tenny seek shelter in an abandoned house and wait for assistance. Soon their pleasure trip will turn into a trip from Hell when the class is found by drifting biker brothers Al and Jay. They say they want to help the girls out, but in reality they only want to help themselves out…to the girls…especially Miss Tenny!
(1979). For his forth
Christmas special the legendary Johnny Cash moves back to Nashville and assembles some friends for some music and fun. Johnny Cash storytelling with his father and brother at their birthplace in Arkansas and songs by Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Anne Murray, Tom T. Hall and some sketch comedy by Andy Kaufman. (80 mins) Dir. Walter C. Miller.
(1980). (Also released as You Better Watch Out) As a child he saw mommy kissin Santa Claus… as an adult he is going to get the bad girls on his list. Starring Brandon Moggart & Jeffery De Munn. Dir. Louis Jackson. (100 mins)
(1963) (74Ms) Directed by David Bradley. Starring: Walter Stocker, Audrey Caire, Carlos Rivas, John Holland, Bill
Freed A.K.A. ‘They Saved Hitler’s Brain’ – A group of fanatics kidnaps famous American neurobiologist John Coleman and take him to the Caribbean island of Mandoras. Their goal, to get the scientist to reveal the secret of his newly developed, and deadly, nerve gas known as G-Gas. It is up to C.I.D. agent Phil Day to rescue Coleman and stop these deadly fanatics from realizing their goal – the resurrection of the Third Reich and Hitler himself!
(1978). For his third
Christmas special the legendary Johnny Cash assembles some friends in Los Angeles and Hollywood. Johnny Cash storytelling at its best and songs by Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Rita Coolidge and some comedy
thrown in by Steve Martin. (80 mins) Dir. Walter C. Miller.
(1964). Unhappy Martian kids need Santa, so Martians invade Earth and kidnap Santa, who then sets up shop for them and makes all the kids toys – but how will he make it back in time for Christmas? Dir. Nicholas Webster. Star : John Call & Pia Zadora. (81 mins)
(1982) (90Ms) Directed by William Gibson. Starring: Peter Brown, William Smith, Ahna Capri, Tom Simcox.
A wildlife photographer and her brother Terry and Jim Pendrake head off the dark and mysterious Amazon River – one in search for inspiration, the other in search of adventure. Little did both realize what would come their way when they met up with notorious tracker and adventurer Caribe. Now both are in the fight of their lives, up against the deadly human poacher know as…”The Piranha’!
(1976). For his first
ever Christmas special the legendary Johnny Cash assembles some friends at his house near Nashville and at the family farm in Bon Aqua Tennessee. Great Johnny Cash intros and songs by Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash & The Carter
Family, Roy Clark, Tony Orlando, Merle Travis, Barbera Mandrell and Billy Graham. (80 mins) Dir. Walter C. Miller.
(1978). Our favorite Sci-Fi stars in a rarely seen and out of this world holiday special. Starring Mark Hammill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, R2D2 & C3PO. Dir. Steve Binder. (97 mins)
We are happy to announce that on Saturday, December 7th – Noon until 5pm, we will be hosting our 15th Annual Christmas and Winter beer tasting. This is the most comprehensive tasting of Christmas and Winter beers held anywhere in North America. There will be 100+ beers available to sample from all over the globe – many brands in multiple vintages. Some of the beers included in this fabulous tasting are Anchor Christmas Ale (15 vintages), King & Barnes Christmas Ale (3 vintages), Sam Smith’s Winter Welcome (8 vintages), Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale (15 vintages) + Goose Island Christmas Ale, Three Floyds Alpha Claus Christmas Porter, Lakefront Holiday Spice Lager, Summit Winter Ale, Capitol Winter Skal, St. Freulian Noel +++
The cost to attend the tasting is $20.00.
20 Sample tickets and information about the beers will be provided.
(1974) (93Ms) Directed by John Trent. Starring: Ernest Borgnine, Michael J. Pollard, Hollis McLauren.
A.K.A. ‘Sunday in the Park’ – Three vicious thugs run amok after a bloody bank robbery. The hellish trio find their way to a small farm inhabited by a local farmer, Adam. Looking for a possible hideout, the gang is soon put on the defensive as Adam takes matters into his own hands, hunting down and eliminating the gangsters’ threat to his life, home and family.
(1971) (98Ms) Dir. Maurizio Lucidi. Starring: Bud Spencer, Jack Palance, Renato Cestie, Dany Saval.
Coburn (Spencer), a wild rogue who loves women – everything about them – finds himself in deep trouble when he seduces the wrong one. While riding through town, Coburn romances the lovely Mary (Saval) and like Casanova, moves on. When Mary’s gunfighter brother Sonny (Palance) hears about their rendezvous, he promises to go gunning after Coburn. Soon the two are engaged in a cat-and-mouse chase across the desert, Sonny fighting for family honor and Coburn fighting for his life!
concert film captures a fantastic show on August 7, 2004, recorded in Spain. The 11 song list touches on all phases of his lengthy career. (70 min.) (No Director credit)
(1933). King Kong is kidnapped from Faro Island and then has to battle a rived Godzilla for the future of Japan. This was the third Godzilla film to come out of Toho Studios and their most successful. Starring : Tadao Takashima & Yu Fujiki. Dir. Isiro Honda. (91 minutes)
(1968) (90Ms) Dir. Gainfranco
Baldanello. Starring: Guy Madison, Lucienne Bridou, Rosalba Neri, Robert Widmark.
A classic spaghetti “revenge for a slaughtered family” flick. Government agent Martin Benson (Madison) and his brother Daniel (Widmark) is on the hunt for Vic Graham (Rik Battaglia), a rich town boss who killed their parents and raped their mute sister when they were younger.
(1990). Filmed on location, December 6, 1989 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, this collaboration of Reed and Cale stirs up their past work from The Velvet Underground as they pay tribute to their old friend Andy Warhol. (55 min.) Dir. Ed Lachman
(2005). It’s 1933 and an overly ambitious movie producer coerces his film cast & crew to go to mysterious Skull Island where they encounter Kong, a giant ape that takes a liking to their leading lady. After capturing the giant ape, they display him in New York with tragic results. Starring : Naomi Watts & Jack Black. Dir. Peter Jackson. (187 minutes)
(1972) (98Ms) Directed by Giancarlo Santi. Starring: Lee Van Cleef, Horst Frank, Peter O’Brien, Marc Mazza. Lee Van Cleef plays Clayton, a lawman who must protect the life of a gunman – Newland (Frank) – who is wrongly accused of murder. Hounded by vigilantes, hunted by bounty-killers, Clayton must keep Newland alive while trying to discover who the real murderer is. a.k.a. “The Big Showdown.”
(1983). This is an intimate visual
record of Lou reed’s legendary, sold-out engagement at The Bottom Line in New York City. Dir. Clark Santee. (60 min.)
(1976). A petroleum exploration comes to an isolated island and encounters a colossal giant gorilla. After capturing the giant ape, they bring him to New York and things go badly atop the World Trade Center. Starring : Jeff Bridges & Jessica Lange. Dir. John Guillerman. (134 minutes)
(1968) (103Ms) Dir. by Enzo G.
Castellari. Starring: Edd ‘Kookie’ Byrnes, George Hamilton, Gilbert Roland.
Edd Byrnes plays a crafty criminal trying to track down a fortune in missing gold. The gold is hidden in the pipes of a church organ. But, before he can get at it, he must get past the bounty hunter (Hamilton) who is hot on his trail!
(2005) Notorious for their ferocious live performances spanning over two decades, the Dwarves have rocked and offended audiences the world over. This sinful 19-song performance DVD was filmed at the legendary Continental Club in NYC on October 18, 2004 and includes several extra music videos like “Over You”, “We Must Have Blood”, “Bleed On”, “Pimp”, and “Way Out” as well as alternate camera angles of the show. In this age of prepackaged punk and ready-made rebellion, the Dwarves remain fiercely independent and unrepentant to the end… (75 Mins)
(1979). The most terrifying of all the versions of the Dracula story, starring Klaus Kinski – bald, bat-eared, fanged and destroying an entire town with a plague of rats. This is blood sucking horror at its most chilling with an extremely grisly ending. This is the uncut German version subtitled in English. Dir. Werner Herzog. Starring: Klaus Kinski, Isabelle Adjani, Bruno Ganz & Michael Gruskoff. (118mins)
(1978) (86Ms) Directed by Norman J. Warren. Starring: John Nolan, Carolyn Courage, James Aubrey, Sarah Keller.
Film producer James Garrick (Nolan) is holding the premier of his latest horror epic for his friends and colleagues in a pleasant little country estate just outside of London. Unfortunately what promises to be a night of fun and entertainment takes a dark turn. You see, Garrick has based his movie on an old, oft-told legend of a witch that was burnt at the stake in this very part of the country. Unfortunately it’s not a legend, but really happened and now the evil spirit of that witch is marking her return by possessing the movie’s young actress, Carol Tucker and wreaking her revenge on the ancestor of those who burned her – James Garrick (and his friends)!
((1977) That this DVD could have resurfaced all these years later and in reasonably good enough condition so as to be restored in all its beer-soaked, brazen glory is miraculous. We can thank Rod Swenson, the original director back then, and amongst those nostalgic contributors to this package placing a new perspective overall. Not only will Live at CBGB’s 1977 appeal to longtime Punk fans, this will unearth a whole new generation of followers that want to know “what the real deal was about.” Features 10 live songs and a post show interview. Dir. Ron Swenson. (45 Mins)
(1966). Four friends spend the night in an abandoned castle, or is it… they quickly become part of a scheme to resurrect Count Dracula – a scheme that works and half the group is missing. Great action and fantastically atmospheric cinematography make this a true Dracula classic. Dir. Terence Fisher. Starring : Christopher Lee & Barbara Shelley. (90mins)
(1976) (87Ms) Directed by Norman J. Warren. Starring: Michael Gough, Barbara Kellermann, Martin Potter.
After the death of her parents, Catherine Yorke moves from London to the country estate of her uncle Alexander and cousin Stephen. But they both have a horrible secret; they are Satanists. What is worse is that believe Catherine is the reincarnation of an ancient witch. And soon her uncle and cousin are working to bring about the return of this old-time evil, at the cost of not only Catherine’s sanity, but possibly her very life!!!
(1978). KISS battles a demented genius inventor at California’s Magic Mountain amusement park who is turning the visitors into robots – and KISS is next. Featuring some of KISS’s best tunes performed with stunning visual effects. Dir. Gordon Hessler. (96 Mins)