(1979) (90Ms) Directed by John Carpenter. Starring : Adrienne Barbeau, Jamie Lee Curtis, John Houseman, Hal Holbrook.
The sleepy seaside village of Antonio Bay harbors a deep, dark secret – a past steeped in murder and greed. Exactly 100 years ago, a ship was wrecked on the coastline under heavy fog with no reported survivors. Now, undercover of a mysterious fog, a long forgotten horror arises to greet the villager’s descendants. The long dead souls of these mariners have returned…for vengeance!
Free Movie being shown downstairs.
(1984). On the road with a young Social
Distortion along with Youth Brigade and a visit with Minor Threat – one of the best punk documentaries ever. Dir. Adam Small & Peter Stuart. (78 mins)
(1987). Ash, the sole survivor of The Evil Dead, returns to the same cabin deep in the woods with his girlfriend. The two discover a mysterious tape recorder with passages from the Book Of The Dead. Little do they know that the words are powerful enough to invoke a spell that unleases the evil spirits of the forest. Dir. Sam Raimi. Starring : Bruce Campbell. (85mins)
(1969) (105Ms) Directed by William D. Brown. Starring : Alvy Moore, Thordis Brandt, John Lodge, Anthony Eisley.
Ralph Hayes (Alvy Moore – Hank Kimbal from tv’s ‘Green Acres’) leads an expedition into the swamps of Louisiana to investigate the seemingly accidental deaths of eight young women. Their research reveals that a powerful warlock (Lodge) has been doing the killing. Known as Luther the Berserk, his mission is to supply fresh blood to his newly risen, 200-year old witch queen (Brandt). And now that Dr. Hayes’ group know what’s been doing the
killing, the question is – have they arrived too late to stop this ancient horror from growing and killing even more!?!
(1983). This screening includes the 1973 documentary Looking For A Kiss, also footage from two
Dolls concerts from 1973 as well as their appearance on Don Kirshner, in addition, there is footage from two Heartbreakers shows, CBGB’s in 1975 and Irving Plaza in 1982. (87min)
(1979). Five vacationing college students unwittingly
resurrect evil demons from their ancient slumber – now there is no escape. Dir. Sam Raimi. Starring : Bruce Campbell. (85mins)
(1978) (89Ms) Directed by Gus Trikonis. Starring : Richard Crenna, Andrew Prine, Joanna Pettet, Victor Buono.
Psychologist C.J. Arnold and his wife Caroline have decided to set
themselves up in private practice. To that end, they bought the old Vargas Mansion with the intention of turning it into a clinic. The good Doctor plans to get together a group of friends and use a long weekend to fix-up the old mansion. Unfortunately, once they arrive, odd events start to occur. Before they know it, they are trapped in the house by a strange force. Soon they stumble upon the old diary of Emilio Vargas – the mansion’s prior owner –
and the horrors it reveals are a small sample of what lies ahead for them!!!
(1980) The Jam delivers 21 hits recorded for a TV special in Germany on November 30, 1980 called Live Dusseldorf Rockpalast. (75 m ins)
(1981). Beneath a run-down New Orleans hotel lies a dark, evil secret. The entrance to the underworld is waiting to be opened and when the new residents of the hotel move in…the evil is awakened! Dir. Lucio Fulci. Starring : Catriona MacColl, David Warbeck and Sarah Keller. (89mins)
(1994). Godzilla is threatened by
two new forces: Mogera – another U.N. built machine and Space Godzilla – a beast spawned from Godzilla’s particles in space. Dir. Kensho Yamashita. Starring : Jun Hashizume & Meguim Odaka. (106mins)
(1969) (94Ms) Directed by Bud Townsend.
Starring: Cameron Mitchell, Anne Helm, Scott Brady, Berry Kroeger.
Former studio make-up artist Vincent Renard (Mitchell), who was
disfigured in a horrible accident, has made a comeback as a curator of the very popular Hollywood Wax Museum, with all the exhibits created by him. One would think is new success would be enough, but Vincent harbors a grudge against those he believes maimed him, ruining his Hollywood career. When an old flame, Marie Morgan (Helm) stops by for a visit, Renard hopes to resolve some “issues” from his past. Two questions though: how does Renard get his wax sculptures to look so life-like? The other, why are so many Hollywood big-wigs going missing? Hmmmmmmm…
(1979). The Mods and The Rockers battle it out on
Brighten beach in this now legendary Who rock opera – to coincide with our Classic Motorcycle and Scooter gathering weekend. Dir. Frank Roddam. Starring : Phil Daniels & The Who. (115 mins)
(1975) Invaders from The Third Planet, with the help of disgruntled Earth scientist Dr. Mafune (Akihiko Hirata), have fixed and re-animated MechaGodzilla! With MechaGodzilla, along with the telepathically controlled Titanosaurus, the aliens intend to destroy the inhabitants of Earth. Man’s only hope is Godzilla. Who will win this desperate battle? Directed by Ishiro Honda. Starring: Godzilla, MechaGodzilla, Titanosaurus. (78mins)
(1986) (90Ms) Directed by Frank Harris. Starring; Cameron Mitchell, Leo Fong, Troy Donahue, Diane Stevenett.
Ex-cop and now private investigator Joe Fong (Fong) is hired by rich businessman John Templeton (Donahue) to find his missing daughter (Stevenett). Fong soon discovers that she has joined-up with a mysterious religious cult run by the blind prophet Yarakunda (Mitchell) – and they are not about to give-up a new acolyte. Now Fong must assemble a team of specialists in order to storm Yarakunda’s private sanctuary and rescue the young woman before it is too late!
(1984) The 30th anniversary of this show!
Recorded live at DMPO’s on Broadway in San Francisco June 16th, 1984, and capturing the loud, angry and controversial nature that positioned them as pioneers of punk. Dir. Dirk Dirksen. (58 mins)
(1974). Aliens intend to take over the Earth and in case Godzilla tries to interfer they have built a mechanical version of him to battle it out. The Japanese uncut & letterboxed version will be shown Dir. Jun Fukuda. Starring : Godzilla. (97mins)
(1984) (89Ms) Directed by Frank Harris. Starring: Cameron Mitchell, Richard Roundtree, Leo Fong, Stack Pierce.
L.A. cop Lt. James Fong (Fong) uses any means necessary as he hunts down the criminals who raped and murdered his wife. Aided by FBI agent Bill Bryant (Roundtree), the search leads to a gang of vicious gun runners run by the psycho Joe Marks – their next big score, the National Guard armory. As the bodies start to pile-up and corruption dogs him at every turn, can Fong stop these madmen and finally put the death of his wife behind him?
(1955). In January of 2002 Brian Wilson played the entire Pet Sounds album at London’s Royal Festival Hall to a constant standing ovation. We will be following this screening with a night of Brian Wilson and Beach Boys music and video to celebrate his birthday. Dir. John Anderson. Stars : Brian Wilson. (57 mins)
(1973). Stationed under the ocean, the Seatopians plan to conquer Earth with Gaigan & Megalon. Godzilla teams up with Jet Jaguar to fight the evil threat. Dir. Jun Fukuda. Starring : Godzilla & Jet Jaguar.
(1964) (89Ms) Directed by Sergio Corbucci. Starring: Cameron Mitchell, Fernando Sancho, Alberto Cevenini, Diana Martin.
One of the earliest Spaghetti westerns filmed. Minnesota Clay
(Mitchell) is a gun-fighting sheriff who vows to clean up a small western town. His urgency is driven by the fact that he is slowly going blind – forced to aim by smell and sound. Soon he is marked for death by two rival gangs of outlaws – and his time is running out…
(2014) The twisted tale of Vincent
Furnier, son of a preacher, who as Alice Cooper emerged from the Detroit scene of the ‘70s in a flurry of long hair and theatrical showmanship. This “doc opera” combines archival footage, animation and candid interviews to add up to an epic tale of sex, drugs and Rock & Roll – a saga of a man caught in the grip of his own monster. Dir. Sam Dunn (86 mins)
(1932) (73Ms) Directed by Victor Halperin.
Starring: Bela Lugosi, Madge Bellamy, John Harron, Joseph Cawthorn.
A plantation owner, Charles Beaumont, invites a young couple to get married in Haiti, using his mansion. In reality, Charles hopes to steal the bride-to-be away from her fiancé, making her his. To do this, Charles enlists the aid of local witch Legendre (Lugosi). Legendre has other plans and concocts a potion that makes her a zombie slave. Can they be saved from the evil clutches of these two mad men?!?
(1986) Classic story of Punk Rock’s ultimate
couple – Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll !!! Shown to coincide with our Sid Vicious Birthday Tribute. Starring: Gary Oldman & Chloe Webb. Director : Alex Cox (122mins)
Lambic & Sour Beer Festival
On Sunday, May 25th, Delilah’s will be hosting our annual tasting of Lambic and Sour Beers. We will be tasting every possible variety of this spontaneously fermented Belgian beer that we can get our hands on, including but not limited to: Drie Fonteinen, Lindemans, Liefmans, Hanssens, Cherish, Chapeau, Mort Subite, St. Louis, Timmermans, Girardin, Belle Vue, Oud Beersel, Cantillon & Boon. We will have three vintages of Drie Fonteinen Gueuze from a cast of over a dozen different Gueuzes, some very rare straight Lambic, a few highly sought after Faros (young Lambic flavored with candy sugar and spices) and a complete selection of fruit based Lambics (Framboise, Kriek, Peche…) all flavors and all possible intensities — around sixty Lambics in multiple vintages will be on hand. Various representative American and international Sour Beers (New Belgium La Folie, Goose Island Lolita, Panil Barrique, BFM, etc.) will also be available. This is guaranteed to be ideal for both the new Sour Beer enthusiast as well as the long term aficionado. Again, this tasting will take place on Sunday, May 25th from 12pm – 5pm, at Delilah’s. The cost is $20 for twenty sample tickets and informational materials.
(1967). Baron Frankenstein traps the soul of Hans, put to death for a murder he did not commit, and transfers it to the body of his beloved after she kills herself with grief. Things go terribly wrong, however, when the spirit of Hans comes back for revenge! Dir. Terence Fisher. Starring: Peter Cushing & Susan Denberg. (92 mins)
(1969) (84Ms) Dir. by Al Adamson.
Starring: John Carradine, Paula Raymond, Alexander D’Arcy, Robert Dix.
A young couple inherits a castle and much to their surprise, it is
inhabited, having been rented out for the past 60 years to a very, very odd couple – the Townsends (Raymond & D’Arcy). Odd indeed, they are in fact the Count and Countess Dracula living off a steady diet of fresh blood supplied by their butler George (Carradine). What will ever become of this young couple, them and all the young women chained in dungeon…
(1979). Classic teen movie
concerning Rock & Roll against the establishment, with a bit of humor – featuring The Ramones. It’s Joey’s Birthday! Starring: PJ Soles & The Ramones. Dir. Allan Arkush. (93mins)
(1972). Baron Frankenstein’s lovely daughter graduates from medical school and comes home to follow in her father’s footsteps. When he’s killed by his creation, she makes one of her own – transplanting the brain of her brillant assistant into the body of her handyman – who satisfies her every wish. Dir. Mel Welels. Starring : Joseph Cotten & Renate Kasche. (84 mins)
(1943) (65Ms) Directed by Sam Newfield. Starring: George Zucco, Dwight Frye, May Carlisle, Nedrick Young.
To Dr. Lloyd Clayton (Zucco), the death of his twin brother Dr. Elwyn Clayton (also, Zucco) comes as a relief. Elwyn had been acting strange upon his return from India and his studies of the occult and mysticism, Lloyd feared for his brother’s sanity. But in death, Lloyd will be far more afraid – for now it seems Elwyn has returned from the dead, looking for blood!
(1984). They call them “punks,” “new wavers,” degenerates” but they are really the rejected. They are bound together by their spikey hair, their abandonment by “upstanding” families and by their love for the electric music of a new generation. (96 minutes.) Starring : T.S.O.L. & The Vandals. Dir. Penelope Spheeris.
(1935). The sequel to Frankenstein (1931) follows immediately after the events of the earlier film. Henry Frankenstein abandons his plans to create life, only to be tempted and finally coerced by the Monster into constructing for him a mate. Dir. James Whale. Starring : Boris Karloff. (75 mins)
(1973) (88Ms) Dir. by Alan Gibson. Starring: Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Michael Coles, Joanna Lumley.
London, 1970 – Scotland Yard investigators stumble upon a grisly series of murders that seem to imply vampires! Unsure, they call upon Prof. Lorrimer Van Helsing (Cushing). What they discover is a satanic cult run by Dracula (Lee) himself – and what they plan to unleash upon mankind is a horror of apocalyptic proportions!
(2000). Space pirate Tyler gets his hands on
the key to immortality becoming a powerful psychopath. After destroying everything in his path he is hunted by F.A.K.K.2, to avenge her planet and save her sister. Plus it’s killer cutting edge metal soundtrack. (88 minutes.) Starring : Billy Idol. Dir. Michael Coldewey & Michel Lemire.
(1973). The goriest, sexiest Frankenstein ever! Baron Frankenstein is quietly kidnapping the best specimens from his local village and cutting and sewing their disparate parts together to create a pair of supercreatures who will breed him a master race but the perfect pair turns with gory pleasure on their creators. Dir. Paul Morrissey. Starring : Joe Dallesandro & Monique Van Vooren. (96 mins).