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composed than before. What had in the past seemed like highcharged one-liners, in the byplay between the heroine and her son, seems much more like natural conversation now, although it is still hysterically fumy. What had once seemed like excessive stylistics-the zooms and fast pans-have become part of the standard language of film, at least so far as Scorsese is concerned. The movie's subject matter--a widow must learn to cope on her own--has been done many times, but rarely has it been so free of sentimentality. The title character, played with maruelous resourcefulness by Ellen BurstyO is never made to look unintelligenf even when events go against her. In the wake ol Gangs of New York, a film which once again is finding Martin Scorsese at the top of his game, it is even more timely to look back on this gem fron his early career The beautiful, brmd new 35mm print is courtesey o{ Warner Brothers Repertory

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SUNDAY MARCH 23,7:00 PM 109 miru 914 includes all you can eat spaghetti, focaccia and Caesar dressing) My {irst exposure to the Tenence Hill/Bud Spencer team was a35mmtrailer of Watch Out )le're Marl!, which still leaves me speechless every time I see it. Since then, I have gone out of my way to acquaint myself with this comedv duo oddity from Italy. Known in their native Italy as ......, Terrence Hill md Bud Spencer were apparently, at their pealg the most famous actors in the world... except for America. Mr. Billion nd Superfuzz, both early Showtime staples, were feeble attempts to lamch their nmes in the United States, both flops, md eventually their stars faded. Bud Spencer and Terrence Hill

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also stmed in the wildly popular (agair; popular abroad, noi stateside) Lucky Luke comedy westem series. At the peak of their caeer, however, the Hill/Spencer duo created theTrini\ moves, classics of the Spaghetti Westem geroe. They Call lv4e Trinity follows a comon Spaghetti plotline: a pair of drifters who help to defend a family of famers from unscrupulous ranchers. What tum this into a classic, however, is the undeniable chemistry of the lead pair and the between dtem. They CaIl Me Trinity, alio, is very self-aware, iuming many of the then-standard Spaghetti conventions upside dom for conedic relief, What results is one of the all-time-great popcom flicks and one of the most popular spaghetti westerns ever made. I'm smiling now just thinking of the chance to watch it again. We hope you will join us! As always, we will be offering all you can eat Spaghetti, Focaccia and Caesar Salad for this Spaghetti Westem/Spaghetfi Feast. - Tim

(1976, d. Rino Di Silvestro, 79 miru R, $5) (Excerpted from Harry Knowles' Quentin Tarantino Film Fest synopsis) Tarantino saved the best for last-The Legend of the Wolf Woman. He had never seen the {ilm and noone else in the theater had either. He had heard some good things about it though. Well this is the perfect "put it on at 4am and keep every living soul awake" film. This film is a classic. Is she a werewolf or not? Who cares! This blonde psycho strips to nothing and withes about ripping neck out of men, stabbing women with scissors, killing men with car crunching machines, sets a rapist on fire, pushes one over a gorge, all while completely naked. And what spectacular nudity. This Spanish made film was dubbed to English and is wonderful. A great party filnr" a must see. - Harry Knowles, Ain't II Cool News

MAR20-22 AillDNlGHT, lll,AR 23 4:30 PM (d. Chin Man-kei, 89 niq ( in Cantonese with English subtitles, g5) "Leave Hong Kong and die!" shrieks every frame of this 1995 Hong Kong horror abomination. Jacked up on hair metal, veinr flowing with bright red [aro cyrup, nitchines" on

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chopper in either hand, the Eternal EtiI of Asia comes at you like a hillbilly pimp on crystal meth. Hong Kong's Special Administrative Region generally regards vacations to Southeast Asia as being as safe as teething on a loaded handgun. Non-Hong Kong countries are usually portrayed as backwards, illiterate, violent places full of barely-clothed natives who want nothing more than to steal your money, give you a disease, and slap a blood curse on you, in about that order. These darkest suspicions are con{irmed in this totally gratuitous tilt-a-whirl horror ride as Nam, Bon, Kent and Kong go to Thailand to score hookers. An altercation ensues and the fellows wind up getting on the bad side o{ a painJoving, muscle-bound, pissed-off Thai wizard who hacks them back to Hong Kong md starts stamping them out like cockoaches....With hmgry ghost he1 flying sex hex, faceful-oFneedles hex, kill-your-family hex, and softcore group-sex hex all on display here, a master was needed to pull off the aition choreography, and a master they got. Dion Lam was Keanu Reeves' personal trainer onThe Matrix, and he also did the action for Hong Kong box of{ice smashThe Stlrmtid.erc, AMqn Called Hera, and Jet Li's Black Mask. Watching his master{ul wirework on Eternal Exil of Asia gives you an idea of what the inevitable porn version of Tlrc Mntrix: Reloaded will look like. Flying naked witches, lurching zombies,

(1972 d. Nardo Bonomi & 90 miry free admission) Another crude, violent ltalian crime movie along the lines of last quarter's Redneck and, Mister Scarface. The minimal plot concerns a young man, doublecrossed in a hei:l gone wrong, who tries to kill the godfather. He tails and pretty soon every hood ir Sicily and his eight brothers are out to get him. Of course in these cheap gangster movies the plot is secondary, The real joy is in all thi great fringe benefits: brutal, nasty dialogue, violent shoot-outs, seamy atmosphere, awesome music, zoom lens abuse, car chases, cool '70s mobster clothes and much more. This one even features foxy Erika Blanc, redheade d stat of KiII Baby KiII and The Night Eaelyn Came Out of the Graae. You totally need to be here for this one. -Lars

the zero ond gel with lhe hero!" IHURS-SAL MAR27-29 MIDNIGHT, SUN, MAR 30 4:00 (1991, d. David Kellogg, PG, 109 mirr, 95) "A gritty urbm thriller with a heart" On its glossy surface, CooI as Ice may appear to be just a comedy, but as you delve deeper below the surface, one realizes that this film is actually a harrowing journey into the horrors of suburbia. Vmilla Ice portrays Johmy, m idealistic graduate student who wanders into an unnamed suburban wasteland while trying to get directions to his youth fellowship
meeting. lhen, Like ALice, he is transported through lhe looLing glacs irto a disturbing realm of white picket fences, yard sale,. and candy colored motorcycles, As he makes his way through

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on the faces of these doomed souls so jagged that one must be careful not to cut one's self. The film's message is a simple one. in this life, none of us escape unscathed. -IMDB Archive 35m print courtesy of Universal

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VINIAGE 70's SIAG FILMS - tlVE SOUND EFFECTS! MAR 5,9:45 & MIDNIGHI ($10) We at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema ae proud to unveil our latest concept in movie entertainment: STAG-O-VISiON! Vintage XXX stag films from the 1970's with the original audio
completely muted. In its place, our precision sound-effects crew

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gritty wah-wah guitar licks 100% LM IN THE THEATER! This mon*; features the inimitable classic X, featuring a reasonable facsimile of Mr. Rourke replete with white suit md vaguely Mediterranean accent. And, of course, to answer everyone's first question, Mr Rourke does have a little dwarf buddy, but we're not going to tell you if his fantasies are acted out, you'll have to come to stag night to find out! By some odd coincidence, all of Mr. Rourke's guests on Fantasex Island seem to have fantasies involving sexual intercourse. What are the odds?

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(1968, d. Carol Reed, 153 min, G, free admission) Adapted from Dickeru' classic novel, it's one of the most dramaticaliy involving and artistically impressive musicals of the 1960s, directed by Carol Reed with a delightful enihusiasn that would surely have impressed Dickens himself. Mark Lester plays the waifish orphan Oliver Twist, who is befriended by the pickpocketing Artful Dodger (Jack Wild) and recruited into the gang of boy thieves led by Fagin (played to perfection by Ron Moody). The villainous Bill Sikes (Oliver Reed) casts his long shadow over Oliver and his friends, but the yomg orphm is still able to find loving care in the most desperate of circumstances. Full of memorable melodies and splendid lyrics, Pauline -Kael to call it "a superb demonstration of intelligent craftsmarship," md to further observe that "it's as if the movie set out to be a tribute to Dickem md his melodramatic art as well as to tell the story of Oliver Twisi." -Jeff Shamon

Oliver! is a timeless film, prompting even hard-to-please critic

amiversary, the 2003 edition of the fest will include a retrospective of past festival films and filmnakers. Films
scheduled to screen include Richard Linklater's lt's Impossible To Learn To PIou By Reading Books, George Huang's Swimming With Sharks,TimMcCanlies' Dancer, TX Pap, 81., Avwa Kempner's The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg, Christopher Wlldta's The Target Slnots First, and Eric Saperston's The lourney. Other programs include premiere Narrative Features, Documentary Features, and shorts programs (including Animated Shorts, Experimental Shorts, and Music Videos). SXSW will announce its fulI line-up of premieres and retrospectives in early February at

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Wes Bishop. Although they made sleazy actioners on minimal budgets, their taste, wit and discretion really shine through in the final product. Always a barrel of laughs but never campy in a self-conscious Troma seme, they really deliver in the sex and violence department too. Movies lke The Thing With Two Hearls, Policeuomen, Race With the Deail, , and Dixie Dynafiite will never be taught in film school but they thrill and delight moviegoers whenever they're shown. The Black Geslapo ls about the fictional Black Peoples Party of Watts, formed to drive white gmgsters out of the community, which makes for a lot of violence and

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comandante of the Party becomes power mad md weaks even more havoc. Sounds pretty kickass to me. I'11 sure as hell be there. - Lars

student/ senior / AFS) The glory ol Vnlley of the Dolls-the flashy, trashy'67 inside-showbiz epic based on the Jackie Susann novel-is that no one involved seemed in on the joke; they took all the eyelash-batting, pill-popping histrionics seriously. Three years later, Russ Meyer's Beyond the Valley of the Dolls added a layer of perspective to the big-haired theatdcs. Though Meyer reportedly spent much time on the set discussing "motivations" with his cast the raunchmeister was clearly leading them on; he knew he was serving up a giant camp tease, the latest in his titand-wit epics like Monrlo Topless and. Faster, Pussycat! Kill! KilI! The tug between the nudge-nudge of the dialogue and the largeeyed enthusiasm of the delivery makes Beyond a real pil1, one that was rudely dismissed by critics as garbage. But it's fabulous, teddy bear-a psychedelic wow that serves up the free love, plunging necklines, androgynous boys, and lusty lezzies of the era with a narcotized abandon. With a script by future Pulitzer winner Roger Ebert-who knew?-the would-be cautionary tale has a nade-up-as-it-goes-along quality, probably because it was made up as it went along. Not a sequel to Valley, the Meyer flick retains the three-girls-on-the-rise-and-fall motif, adding rock musig humor, and some black people. The result is a timecapsule oddity-Laugh-ln meets Looe, American Style, but darker-that spoofs, celebrates, and derides the swinging culture all at once, blithely traveling from quick-cut party scenes to soap-opera organ-playing and decapitations. -Village Voice

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lim Abrahams and David Zucker, 88 nin, PG, $5) "For audiences increasingly tired with the pompous 70s disaster movies
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that merely recycled former glories, Airplane! was the key that unlocked ihem from the shackles of big budget boredom. The
relentless stream of gags, many at the expense of glossy Hollywood dramas, were unflinching in exposing contrived plot devices to maximum comedic efiect. The greatest victims of this film were the Airport frlms. Their key (ormula was to extract lavish melodrama from incredible moments of peril. Every character had a sad story, and there was always a tug-of-love that would be played both on the ground and upon a stricken airliner In Airplane, our lovelorn couple is stewardess Julie Hagerty, and cowardly loser Robert Hays. Fate forces their relationship onto a plane that's about to fly into conedy mayhem, once it's departed the anarchic airport it's parked in. The witing and directing team o{ Jim Abrahams, David Zucke4 and Jerry Zucker stock it {ull of every obvious clichd and amoyance, only to rip them all apart with outrageous sight gags and a knowing script thal's furious with silly jokes and clever wordplay. There are moments of the movie that fall flat, but before you can even register them, there's another gag on the way. It's now a {ami}iar formula, bft Airplane still retains an edge because the audience is credited with intelligence. Moments of mayhem and chaos are played out with dumbfounding deadpan delivery, often treading a fine line between high drama and ludicrous humor. " - BBC Movie Reviews

THE GODFATHER OF OLD SCHOOL KUNG FU! JAN 7,9:30: CRIPPIED AVENGERS All.AReturn of the Fiae Deadhl Vatons (1.978, d. Chang Cheh, R 107 min, R, 5615.1.50) Four goodhearted but arrogant young men are brutallv crippled in rather inventive ways by an evil overlord md his metal-armed boy (the means o{ crippling the mind has to be seen to be believed). Most are crippled for just a little bit of sassy talkinS. The deaf mute,

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the blind man, the amputee and the retardate coincidentally meet, join forces, md just like in Master Killer, initiaie a riSorous kung fu training routine designed to overcome each of the partirular hmdicaps md reap glorious revenge. Chang Cheh directed a nunber of DEADLY VENOM pictures with the same
stable of actors, all were wildly popular, and for just cause. The venoms were exlremely charismatic; all were wonderful fighters md extremely acrobatic. There were always inventive props, exciting choreography and brisk pacing. Watching Cripplerl

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Auengns may get you hooked on the kmg fu old school - it doesn't get fumer than this one! Check our website for reviews from its screening at Butt-Numb-A-Thon in December.

(2002, d. Mathew Buzzell, 76 min, not rated, $6/4.50 student/senior/AFS) Misfortmes rrith happv endings have a moving power of their orrn. Thais one rrav of describing both the life and the unique efrects of JiImy Scott's singing. In the documentarv Jimmu k0!:: I.i Ycti Only Knew we witness the un{olding of a seeninglr- tragic taie of missing hormones, a Maiiosi-like rook rrhose liie rras m embarrassment for the music industn, ser (or lack thereof), md on the way get to
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(AKAManWithout AMemory, 1974, d. Duccio Tessai, R, Frre) .{ stylish Italian giallo about an amesiac tr,ving to piece together who he is and what he's done. Wherever he goes nuder follows; the mob is after him, and his H'iIe disor''m him. \\lth every piece of the puzzle he finds out something nerr and disturbing about himself. The paticula appeal oi the ltalim giallo thriller is the breathtaking counterpoht betr{een the often

fihr investigates the life of Jimmy Scott, a phvsicalli' undeveloped man whose singing has a moring porser berond neasure. One salient aspect of Scott's life, congrueni in manv rtay's n'ith the experiences told by Ken Baker in h.is book l-fm \{ade A Memoir of My Body", is a redefinition of rrhat it mem to be a man. The picture follows the familiar fomat oi spLicing performmces with commentary from friends, fmilr; forner and cutrent associates, over a bevy of hten'entions by author David Ritz who wote "Faiih in Time: The Life of Jimmy Scott". Among the several issues raised for discussion is why Ray Charles' Tangerine Records has delayed
serendipitous concluion. The
the reissue of "Falling in Love is Wonderful", touted as one of the greatest vocal jazz records ever - Javier Antonio Quinones Ortiz

strangely beautiful visuals and the dark violence and psychological temion mdemeath. The best giallo film-makers
externalize the character's central teruions in the almospheric settings, sweeping the vierver into m often bizarre, nightmarish fantasy world that's strmgely appealing. Recommended. - Lars

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d.Lna Wertmiiller, R, $6/$4.50) Lina Wertmiiller

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Beauties) made this pointed, 1975 comedy-drama about class and (1977, d. Norm D. Plume, 84 min, XXX, $10, includes 3-D Glasses) We

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at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema are proud to unveil our latest
concept in movie entertaiment: STAG-O-VISION! Vintage XXX stag

films irom the 1970's with the original audio completely muted. In its place, our precision sound-effects crew will be recreating ALI of the iounds from the movie, redubbing all of the outrageous dialog, md delivering all the requisite gritty wah-wah guitar licks 100% LIVE IN THE THEATERI And il that weren't enough, our very first feature of this series is also in 3-D! That's right, 3-DI, and the third- dimension has nevet been so amply filled as with Disco Dolls in Hot Skin, featuring stag legends Serena and John Holnes. Billed as "the real Boogie Nights,'' Disco Dolls in Hot Skin played to packed houses for its lnitial performances in December! We recommend advance purchase tickets for this one, its Soing to be a barn-burnerl Look for I new Swingin Stag film in March.., Fanlasex lsland. replete with Mr' Rourke and Tattoo look-alikes. - Tim

James Coburn: August 31, 1928 - November 18,2002

FISTFUT OT DYilAftTFE AKA DUCKYOU SUGKER! JAN 9, 7:00 PM, $6/$4.50 (1.971., d. Sergio Leone, 158 min, R, $6/$4.50 student/senior/AFS) "Probably the best unknown movie ever made. I saw this movie as Duck, You Sucker in the theater in 1972 ot'73. I still have images burned in my brain from it. It has, for one thing, one of the biggest real explosions ever filmed, an absolutely awesome blast using real high explosives that makes todav's fierv spectacles pale. I think the n'hole production

on an island with a crude sailor (Giancarlo Giamini). The two initially assume their accustomed class relationship -she expects service, he grumbles about it-but then a revolution takes place and the subjugation is reversed. The film comes down on you like a hanmer, but Werimiller adroitly traces the shifting nuances of the relationship, and the two stars are excellent. Numerous scenes stick in the memory many years after one viewing. -Tom Keogh Hot-shot director/Madonna plaything Guy Ritchie (previously brilliant director of Lock Stock anrl'liuo smoking Barrels) cast his special lady friend and Giancarlo Giannini's son Adriano in the 2002 remake of this classic. This remake is now under serious consideration for the Golden Raspberry award for perhaps the worst remake ever conceived. See the trailer for Swept AuJaV 2002before the screening.

filn. If you re not a wd veterm, you've never ren mlthing like this. But this film is much more thm its effects. it's a deep, moving story told on the grand scale, with Oscar-class
cinematography. It is both a major outdoor adventure and a small, intimate iilm. It has some of the quirkiest scenes, blackest humor and darkest emotions. Duck You Sucker also features one of ]ames Coburn's most underrated performances" IMDB

smed at FLicker mut origimte on ilm and be under 15 minutes in length. Flicket guamtes m ffiar of projects and intriguing juxtapositions at every show, with linear narratives butting up against radical experiments, polished productions followed by eamest first efforts. Come for your chance to win your own free roll of Super 8 and see which
via mail. Everything local filmmaker wins the next Flicker Film Grant! For more
informatiory please go to www.flickeraustin.com.

THE AUSTIN FIIM SOCIETY PRESENTS

THE IEXAS DOGUI,IENTARY TOUR
LAR.RY V.

t, n IDNIGHL JAN 12, 4:30 PM, $5 & $5) Cannibal! The Musiml rs the true story o{ the only person convicted of cannibalism in
JAN 9-l
(1996, d.. Trey Parker, 95 min,

JAN 15,7:00 PM,96/$4 (2002, d. Mark Birnbaum & Jim Schermbec( 57 mins, $6/$4 student/senior/AfS) Mandatory drug testing of students in a small West Texas town leads one father to "Just Say No." Defending his 12-year-old son against uroeasonable search, Larw Tmahill seek help from the ACLU and becomes an outcast in his own commmiry but a hero to advocates for 4th Amendment rights. Q&A with the filmmakers following the screening.

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HONG KONE GINEIUIAAND GUISINE
SUN, JAN 5, 7:00 & 9:45 PM, $5.50/$4.50 mio & $5,50; $4.50 student/senior/AFS) In this brilliant re-telling of the folk hero legend of Fong Sai Yu( Jet Li plays "The Outstanding Young Man" who teams up with his martial arts mother (Played by screamingly funny Josephine Siao) to save his dad : who is a member of a secret society intent on overthrowing the iron rule of the Manchurians - from execution by the current government. At the same time, Fong embarks on an outrageously complicated courtship of the daughter of the local magishate, The plot shifts adroitly between comedy, pathot intense actiory md even some wacky sexual politics issues (No damsels in distress here!). The Legend of Fong Sai-Yuk dazzles with some of the most breathtakingly choreographed fight scenes witnessed in years, including one show-stopper featuring a full battle waged atop the
(1993, d. Corey Yueo 100 heads and shoulders of an awestruck crowd of gawkers. - Karrie

JET LI: THE TEGEND OF FONG SAI YUK FUtt CHINESE MENU SERVED!

America - Alfred Packer The sole suruivor of an ill-fated trip to the Colorado Territory he tells his side of the harrowing tale to news reporter Polly Prye as he awaits his execution. And his story goes like this: While searching for gold and love in the Colorado Territory he and his companions lost their way and resorted to unthinkable horrors, including toe-tapping songs! Packer md his five wacky mining buddies sing and dance their ways into your heart...and then take a bite out of it! Cannibal! The Musical is Oklahoms meets Bloorlsucking Freaks. Brought to you by the Troma Team md Trey Parker - the Rogers and Hammerstein of Horror! - blurb from Troma.com. Be{ore the film, see early Trey Parker/Matt Stone films, outtakes and more!

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(1973 d. Manuel Cano, 88 min, R, free admission) From a faraway planet called 1973 comes this psychedelic voodoo horror movie. Don'i expect competence of any kind from the makers of this film. Just sit back md enjoy the ride. Most of the action takes place on a Carribem cruise-Iiner as a mummified voodoo priest goes on a killing rmpage, complete with gory decapitations. Of course he also finds time for a little shipboard romance with his sexy reincmated true love. This thing is weird in the extreme, with hilarious dubbing, wild makeup and costumes, incongruous stock footage md a completely arbitrary sense of continuity. There's absolutely no exruse for missing this one. Not even death. -Lars

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THE GODFATHER OF OtD SCHOOT KUNG FU! JAN 7, 7:00: FIVE MASTERS OF DEATH (1975 d. Chang Chelu 100 min, & $6; $4.50 student/senior/AFS, double feature $8.50 $6.50 student/senior/AFS) Shaolin Temple

GHANO CHEH TRIBUTE NIGHI

Come enjoy LinuxTopGun, a computer network attack competition. We bring in a Linux/Apache web server; several

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teams bring h their laptops and try to breach its secudty over a wireless network. Teams take tums onstage defending the server and also answering audience Q&A about their strategies. MCs

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Kung Fu movies were (md are) an honored tradition in Hong
Kong and nobody did them better than the Shaw Brothers studio md particularly director Chang Cheh, He made dozens o{ them and occupies a position analogous to John Ford's in American westerns. His sure touch and feel for the period imbued the films with a kind of mythical storybook grandeur and the kinetic action provided by fight choreographer Lau Kar Leung was second to none. Later these films would be affectionately parodied by the Iikes of the Yuen Brothers, Jackie Chan and Samo Hung but it's interesting and inshuctive (not to mention hugely entertaining) to look back at the original old-school source material, and there is no better start than the classic Fiae Masters of Death. -Lars Chang Cheh passed away in 2002, tonight we raise a glass in his honorl

inteffiew competitors and explain network attacks to the audience. DJs mix some beats and VJs flip live video with
animations much like those from the movie "Hackers". Fashion models dressed in industrial lingerie assist the teams. Expert judges award points for how well competitors perform, both online and onstage, and the top team win prizes. It's like watching ESPN with computer attacks as a live sport. Meanwhile, you get to witness the mayhem and maybe learn a thing or two about network security. Come enjoy the half-time, a high-tech fashion show by Hot-Tool, and also help beta-test our ultra new Wireless Wide-Screen Chatctm> in the Alamo. Free adnission, open to the public - walk in, stay as long as you like. See ww.linuxtopgun.org for details

student/senior/AfS)

(1960, d. John Sturges, 128 min, PG-13, $6/$4.50
The story is a classic tale of outsiders - seven

JAN I 5, 7:00 PM, $6/$4.50

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gunfighters of the American old west who head south to Mexico when they're hired to help a little village stave off the regular pillaging they've been experiencing at the hands of a gang of greedy marauders. The gunfighters face formidable enemies - 35strong and bloodthirsty to boot. But these seven hired helpers are no ordinary cowboys. We're talking about possibly the greatest cast of badasses ever assembled. Yul Brymer, Steve McQueery Janes Coburn, Charles Bronsory Brad Dexter, Horst Buckholtz and Robert Vaughn bum up the screen as the noble outlaws who step in to save the day. Directed with a fierce energy by John Sturges,
this western shattered the mold. The Magnifent Seacr is a western reimagining o{ Kurcsawa's Seuen Samurai. -Karrie

SATURDAY II'IORNINO FILM CIUB
COREY FETDMAN'S PERSONAt FAVORIIE PERFOR'VIANCE!

YOUI{C SHEnIOCK HOUT

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JAN I6, MIDNIGHT Mark Rocco, PG 13, 113 min, $5) So, Roger Ebert hates this movie. In facl a LOT of people hat this novie. I can't really
(1989, d.

DREAI'I A LITTTE DREAM

SAL JAN 25, NOON, FREE ADM|SS|ON (1985, d. Barry Levinsory 109 min, PG, free) This 1985 adventure directed by Barry Levinson (Rain Man) and written by Chris Columbus (Gremlins) may not have much to do with the Sherlock Holmes of Arthur Conan Doyle's invention, But it is a deiightful and somewhat unexpected combination of exciting elements: Victorian-era, foggy-London mystique, Cothic horror, and Indiana
Jones-like exotica. Nicholas Rowe plavs Holmes as a schoolboy at a boarding academy for young men. Paired with the owlish, reticent young Watson (Alan Cox), Holmes embarks on the solution of a

explain to you why, but I am drawn to it. It's another in the grand old tradition of body srvapping movies like Big, Vice Versa and Freaky Fridny. In this one, elderly Jason Robard's mind takes over the body of Corey Feldman in a bizarre bicycle crash/new age seance mishap, vaguely reminiscent of the similarly dated "your chocolate is in my peanut butter" Reeces ad. Granted, it's a disorganized mess of a plot, and Corey never really convinced ne that he was an old man in a young man's body, but these are trivial concerns. What you Bet on the plus side is Corey/Corey power at the dynamic duo's peal some really decent acting on all fronts (at lhe Goonies event last summer, Corey explained that hands-down Dream A Little Dream was his favorite film and his personal best performance. Also, the film was made in 1988/89, when Corey Feldman was gradually morphing into Michael Jacksory while Michael was simultaneously morphing into an alien. Corey even does a spot-on, and somewhat frightening, lip-sych routine, replete with moonrvalk. You aren't truly in tune rvith the 80's until vou confide a secret love of Dreatn ALittle Drenm. -Ttm

IHE
(1959,

REMEMBERING SAM FUttER

GRITUISON

KIMOilO

mystery that involves a hallucinatory and lethal drug, and a religious cult celebrating ancient Egyptian rites of mumi{ication.
Levinson makes handsome and crisp work of this Steven Spielberg productiory without a trace of the treacle that often found its way into other Spielbergian projects at the time. Rowe is wonderfully convincing as a teen incarnation of the Great Detective, and while Cox mostly maintains Hollywood's traditionally unflattering idea of Watsory he does bring warmth and comedy to the role. The cast includes Freddie Jones as an eccentric inventor, Anthony Higgins as the villairy and Sophie Ward as Holmes's love interest. -Tom Keogh

WED. FEB 5, ATAMO NORIH 7:00 PM written and directed by Sam Fuller, b&w, 82 mins.) When a stdpper is mysteriously murdered, two LAPD detectives search Little Tokyo for clues and suspects. Charlie Bancroft and Joe Kojaku (a Japanese-Americm) have been best friends since their Korean War erperience:. but when their inve.Ligation leadr to an alluring woman. se\ and lore orerpouer friendrhip. Such a hard-boiled. unflinching examination oI racial/sexual relations was rare in 50s American cinema. Film to be follou,ed by Q&A with Christa Fuller and jerry Rudes, co-editors of Sam Fuller's autobiography, 4 Tftlrd Face: My Tale of Writing, Fighting and Filmmaking. PLEASE NOTE; THIS SCREENING IS AT ALAMO NORTH!

AUSIIN FIIM

TUES, JAN 28, ATAMO NORIH 7:00 PM (Hei jun ma, directed by Zie Fei, 1995, 103 mins., Mongolian with

A IIIONGOLIAN TAIE

SOCIETY PRESENTS FREE CINEMA

James Coburn; August 31, 1928 - November 18,2002

PAT GARR.Efi AND BIITY THE KID
FEB 5, 7:00 PM, ATAMO NORIH (1973, d. Sam Peckinpa[ 122 min, R, $6; $4.50 student/senior/AFS) Biily the Kid is reimagined by director Sam Peckinpah as a kind of Old West rock star, a young man who wants to do his own thing but

English subtitles, free) "Twelve years after leaving home, a famou' mucjcian returns to the idyllic Mongolian grJ..larrds of his youth to find his former beloved and the world ol his childhood irretrievably changed. A bittersweet parable on accepting the inevitability of change, this stumingly visualized film alternates vast landscapes with cozy, lamplit interiors, conveying a powerfully contrasting sense of insularity within infinitude." - New Yorker Films PLEASE NOTE: THIS SCREENING IS AT ALAMO NORTH!

constantly runs up against the objections of the establishment-in this case, the cattle barons who run this part o{ the country. Peckinpah indulged in some quirky casting, including Bob Dylan as an outlaw named Alias and most of Kristofferson's band as Billy's gang. He also draws exceptional performances out of a cast of old veterans, including James Coburn as the reluctant Pat Garrett, R.G. Armstron& Katy Jurado, and Slim Pickens, who has a terrific death scene to Dvlan's 'Knockin' on Heaven's Door." - Marshall Fine PLEASE NOTE: THIS SCREENING IS AT ALAMO NORTH!

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SICK

AND TWISIED FESIIVAT OF ANIMATION
JANUARY I 7.FEB 9

SPIKE AND It[IKE'g 2OO3

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in a single grungy scumatorium. Controversial director Jess Franco (Tle Demons, Vampyros Lesbos) created the prototype for the entire caged women genre here with such stock characters as the crippled, perverted warden (Herbert Lom), the sadistic head guard (Mercedes McCambridge), the new fish (Maria Rohm), the tough girl (the great Rosalba Neri who has an awesome flashback scene), and the liberal prison reformer (Maria Schell). For the 15 or so years follorving the release of this landmark WIP movies were the exploitation equivalent of the western: cheap, easy to make, and guaranteed money-makers. Come see the one that got ihe whole ball rolling. - Lars
entire production cost
(1969 d. Jess Franco, R, 90 miry free admission) This was the first of the modern WIP (women-in-prison) movies and was a huge hit, especially on 42nd Street n'here it probably recouped its

DAILY SHOWS 7:30 & 9:45 ond MIDNIGHT THURS-SAI

FEATURING 24 BRAND NEW FILMS!
($8; $6 on Monday, Jan27 and Feb 3) Ladies and gentlemery the wait is overl Spike and Mike have returned, and this year with a kick-ass show loaded with tons of neu'toons, hands down the best Spike and Mike in yearsl This year's show is QUALITY QUALITY QUALITYI never before have we had such a diversity of styles and countries represented in Sick and Twisted. We've got it all, puppets, cut-outs, traditional cell, clay CGI and Flash animation. Highlights include the undisputable humor of "The Happy Tree Friends," Bili Plympton's series of vignettes, the beautifully rendered "1300CC," and the incredible timing and technique of "Shh" and lest we leave out vou bottom feeders we have included the reprehensible "Father and Son Chat." There is

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(Ian Fmg Zhng, d. Thm Zrumgzhrmg, 193, 13E min., Mmduin with English subtitleg free adnission) A film grimly critical of the intrusive Maoist presence in the 1950s and the social upheaval oI the Cultural Revolution of the 1960s, The Blue Kite was banned in China for "being made without permission." Its director, Tian Zhuangzhuang, was put under surveillance. Tietou, a young boy, watches as his father is sent away to a reform camp for ill-defined counter-revolutionary activities and his family and neighbors suffer injury, imprisonment, and death. -Chale Nafus

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(1982, d. Richard Jeffries, R, free admission) A fury naive, made-inGreece entry in the cheap rubber-suited monster cycle whic[ by this

(1992,

IUE9 JAN 21, ATAMO NORTH 7:00 PM d.Zhng\imou (Red Sorghum, Raise the Red Lantern),

zHAl{o Ytftlou's out

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100

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Mandarin

w/

English subtitles, free admission). After a villager

sulfers a damaging attack on his manhood by a minor bureaucrat, his pregnant wife sets out on a series of distant journeys in search of redress and apologies from goverment officials. In her quest for justice, Qiu Ju becomes a wiser womm with an expanded view of a China in transition. Qui Ju won Best Foreigr Lmguage Film from the National Society of Film Critics in 1994, and the Golden Lion and Best Actress Awards at the 1994 Venice Film Festival. PLEASE NOTE: THIS SCREENING IS AT ALAMO NORTHI

JAffIES GOBURN RETROSPEGTIVE
James Coburn: August 31, 1928 - November 18,2002

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THE OREAT ESAAPE JAN 30, 7:00 PM ATAMO NORTH years after The Magnificent Seaen, John Sturges, Steve

time, was winding down. James Earl Jones is bizarrely cast as a rough and ready scuba diver (?) who accidentally frees an evil monster from centuries ofbondage. The creature has an appetite for destruction and a serious craving for virgins. There's a mystical pseudo-religious element here too, but it's mainly about the monstel and the virgins. With a solid cast including Jose Ferrer, Martin Kove, Deborah Shelton (the woman who gets killed in Body Double) and Lydia Cornell (the blonde from ft o Close For Comt'ort). Now that James Earl Jones makes roughly a million dollars an hour doing voice-over work, I wonder how he feels about this embarrasing
skeleton in his closet. - Lars

#
(1973, d. Jim

McQueen, Charles Bronson and James Cobume re-teamed up to create what is arguably the greatest movie ever made about WWII. The film opens with the arrival of a batch of PO.W'S to a prison camp built just for them. The Nazi's, in their infinite wisdom, decided to populate this state-of-the-art facility with the cream of the crop - those prisoners deemed an extreme flight risk. ThuE the finest escape artist of the age are imprisoned together, with just one thought on their mind. It's a brillimtly crafted film, and McQueen leading the Nazi's on a motorryle chase will have you stmding on your chair - Karrie PLEASE NOTE: THIS SCREENING IS AI ALAMO NORTH!

no stranger to "Brucesploitation." Hell, six months ago, we
devoted our calendar cover too it. Sure, Bruce was a total badass, his movies are very cool, but what really interests us from a Weird Wednesday perspective is the desperate attempts of the z-grade studios to capitalize on his very marketable name. We have recently unearthed a true gem of the post-Bruce feeding freuy, a combination documentary/feature film called THE REAL BRUCE LEE. The first half hour showcases some ultra-rare early Bruce Lee, scenes from his first four films he made in China before his American explosion, scenes from Bruce's funeral and casual behind the scenes footage. Following the doco, is a ful1 length Brucesploitation feature, called Ultimste Lee starring the not-tooconvincing Dragon Lee, who went on to star in numerous Brucerip o{fs, including but not limited to Clones of Bruce Lee. -Trm

Markovis &

120 min, free) The Alamo Dra

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Vintage Kung Fu Live Dubbing, Somd Effects md Score IHURS, FEB 13, ALAMO DOWNTOWN 7:00 & 9:45 ($10) "This is Buzz Moran's Kung Fu Masterpiece Theater, another enhy in that burgeoning new genre o( Alamo Drafthouse programs that combine screened {ilms and live performmce, often for the benefit of a lavishly soused audience. ..BrlBuzz Moran takes the performance aspect of these programs even further, rescuing forgotten kung fu movies from the grimy mists of the Seventies and ambitiously retrofitting them with new dubbing, musig and radioplay sound ef{ects, all per{ormed iive at the foot of the screen. While the Kung Fu Masterpiece Theater's closest comparable antecedent may be Woody Allen's 1966 Japanese spy spoof \Mat's Up, Tiger

TUES, FEB 4, ALAMO NORIH 7:00 PM (Tianguo niezi, d. Yim Ho, 1994, co1or,35m, 99 mins., Mandarin with English subtitles, free admisslon) Guan Jian tells police he suspects his father was poisoned. The police respond with great

skepticism, for the death occuiled ten years earlier and the accused is the young man's motheq, whose punishment, if found guilty, would be execution. Although based on an actual

incident,

this film

transcends realistic docudrama with

cinematography "as stark and sumptuous as the bleak and often barren Chinese countryside it depicts." -Kino International PLEASE NOTE: THIS SCREENING IS AT ALAMO NORTH!

Lily?, Moran and company are actually doing something quite different here, deriving their humor not from overdubbed gags but from a combination of virtuosic foley work and a poker-iaced reading of the films' original English dialogue, inscrutable translation quirks and all. And so, as the Golden Arm Trio's Graham Reynolds performs an original live score to the film, Moran and his fellow actors reverentially intone such awkward lines as "He won't escape, not alter I blast him with my great undefeatable solar rayl" while simultaneously providing sound effects through such unlikely methods as leaping up and down in troughs of gravel, shaking huge sheets o{ galvanized metal, md bmging coconut halves on a thin strip of wood. ..The careful work necessitated by such an essentially respectful approach to (the film) pays ofl thouglr, from the very moment the projector is switched on; in the first shot of a lone warrior brandishing a sword in a budding grove, the chirping birds, soft music, and light swooshes immediately pull the viewer in to the charming world Moran and his collaborators have revived in this

battered

James Coburn: August 31, 1928 - November 1& 2002

JAN 23,7:00 PM ATAMO NORTH
(1966, d. Daniel Mm, 108 min, PG, $6; $4.50 student/senior/AFs) When the world is in need of savin& who you goma call? Derek Flint. This time it's a sinister league of master oininals krown as GALAXY that plots to take over the world. They try to do it by controlling the weather and threatening to deshoy the planet unless the leading nations capitulate to their demands. The preeminent crimeJighting unit in existence, the Zonal Organization World Intelligence Espionage, Z.O.W.LE., is called upon to stop them, brt even lhey ore poweiless agairst CALAXY s mighry machines. The Presideni personally demand' that Flint be a5signed the iob lhat no one else can fill, Sometimes Presidents do make good decisions. James Cobum is Flin! and he's the smoothest, suavest, swinginest superspy the world has EVER seen. Derek Flint is the man Austin Powers hesperately tries to emulate, but in our book, isn't fit to shine his shoes. - Karrie PLEASE NOTE: THIS SCREENING IS AT

OUR

MAil FLIIIT

(1984 d. Cirio Santiago, R, free admission) This Women-In-Prison (\MP) movie, made just as the cycle was winding dowry attempts

caged women plot structure with elements from The Manchurian Candidate and Telerftn I Not only are these poor women kept confined in a ratty Vietnamese prison" they're also subjected to shock-treatment, loaded with TNT and sent out as human time-bombs, activated post-hypnotically by a phrase spoken over the telephone. Ambitious plot; and a perfect vehicle {or Filipino sleaze god Cirio Santiago, who excels at

to piggyback the traditional

portraying both explosions and naked women. Just thhk what he can do with exploding naked womenl - Lars

ALAMO NORTH!

old print. Rote fights become exciting, character relationships become involving, and nuances of plot even become -gasp! - comprehensible." Moran's respect for the kung fu genre coupled with his love for the wholesome wondel, loopy sound effects, and comy gags of radio's Golden Age - a love that even extends to the four's adopted wardrobe of matching white buttondown shirts md black neckties - invests his Kung Fu Masterpiece Theater with a droll charm and geeky exuberance." - excerpted from Will Sheff's Ausfln Chronicle rcview. This months entry in the series is Dendly Siloer Nirya..Head foley artist Buzz Moran writes of the film: "Traveling around md fighting evil-doers in what looks like a homemade Space Ghost costume, the Deadly Silver Ninja hides this secret identity by pretending to be an ordinary traveler who {ights evil-doers. But when the evil-doers hatch a scheme to steal an exact copy o{ a treasure map that they had already stolen five years previously (and hadn't bothered to use), the whimsical Ninja joins forces with m old, blind kung fu expert md his beautiful kung fu expert daughter to stop the evil-doers with expert kung fu! Sound convoluted? You don't know the half of it! This nasterpiece will receive the full attention it deserve when Buzz Moran (self) and crew perfom all of the dialog, sound effects, and music live in the theaterl"

a murder and (most memorably) a dungeon 'zoo" as the slave of creepy Ed Bishop (the captain from mlt TV series tlFOl) who keeps her in a velvet lined cage along with his other "pets." This movie has some of the best dialogue of any sex movie ever made and Candace
Rialson is a gorgeous California Barbie. -Lars

CANDY SNATCHERS
(1982, d. Norman Thaddeus Vme, 82 miry R, free admission) Lars refuses to acknowledge much of the 1980s as viable fodder

for Weird Wednesday programming, so I am left to my own devices to tell you about Ftightmarc. A group of college-aged horror junkies exhune the bodv of their favorite cult film star and throw a party on the set of mmv of his fiLms. Apart from the moral md ethical issues involved in nocking, defiling, dmcing with corpses, ihe other bad idea with this scenario comes into play if the corpse in question is in-tune with
supematural forces and comes back from the grave for a nonstop camage spree. This film was made by Horror fans for horror fans and features lots of gruesome deaths, in-jokes that are aware of the conventions of the genre, and a pre-Remimator appearance by a very young Jef{rey Combs, who was apparently cast for his hair color - Tim

(d. Guerdon Trueblood 1973): A trio of surprisingly personable kidnappers abducts the l3-year old daughter of a wealthy bu'inessman. Thev demand a iortune in uncut diamond5 as a ransom, But it turns out lhal her dad s a .cumbag and would ralher be rid oi the lillle brat anyway. Veanwhile, a deaf-mute 5-year old boy ha. witnessed tlre crime'but hi. abusive molher pays-him no heed. The film is shockingly dark and nihilistic h its outlook on life bu! paradoxically, it's a hell of a lot of fun. The characters are so well dral'n ihat this becomes a kind of inadvertent art film. If it had been made ir Frmce the critics tvould have wet themselves over it. But it h a\ made right he-e in Lhe L.S.A. w here it takes a fringe publication like >leau oid Erpress ro brirg it to Lhe light of day. - Lars

HOGWITD VINTAGE TOYS AND CLOTHING PRESENTS:

TRAI{SFORi'IERS TH E I'IOVI
THURT FEB l3-SAT. FEB 15 MIDNIIE, FEB

l6

E 4:30 PM

(1986, d. Nelson Shin, 84 min, PG, $5) During the 1980s, one cartoon series ruled the airwaves... The Transt'armers. This paragon of

consumerism was created with a dual purpose-to entertain and to galvanize children to buy the toys. Somewhere along the 1ine, the show became a cult favorite, so in 1986 they fashioned an epic tale of good versus evil specifically for the big screen. The result looked vaguely like an mimated remake of Star Wnrs The Autobots must save their home planet from an evil entity known as Unicron (voiced by Orson Welles). At the same time, they must defend themselves from an all-out attack from the Decepticons. Along the way, lives are losf battles are fought, and a new Autobot leader is born as another dies. The story and action never stop in a thrilling ride that often makes you forget that you're waiching an '80s cartoon with inferior graphics. The violence will also come as a mild shock to those who haven't seen this film for a while-definiteiy a movie for the 8 and over audience. For those who grew up on this series, this is a movie that must be watched. Unlike many cartoon serials before and after, The Transformers relied on solid stories and interesting characters, a manifesto the film itself upholds with gxsto and grace while also being morally responsible. Don't mderestimate this movie; there is definitely more to it than meets the eye. -Jeremy Storey

DEADTY SILVER NINJA
Vintage Kung Fu Live Dubbing, Sound Effects and Score

THURS, FEB 20, ATAMO DOWNTOWN 7:00 & 9:45 ($10) Encore presentation oI Brzz and Co.'s fabulous new kung fu theaterl See the calendar description from February 13 for more details.

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THE EilPEROR'S SHADOW
TUESDAY, tEB 25, 7 :00 AI/AMO DOWNTOWN (Qin Song, D. Zhou Ziaowen, 1996, color, 35mm, 117 mins., Mandarin with English subtitles) The most expensive film ever made in China, The Emperor's Shadow depicts the "tumultuous saga of two boyhood friends in China at the dawn of its dynastic history (circa 200 B.C.). Ying Zheng grows up to be the first

emperor of unified China, while Gao Jianli becomes a much-

admired musician and composer." This film is an "opulent drama of battling kingdoms and forbidden love, brutal details,
and breathtaking visual splendor." -Winstar Cinema

IIVE MUSIC BY THE GOTDEN HORNEI ORCHESTRA FRIDAY FEB 14,7tOO & 9:45, VALENTINE'S DAY (1923, d. Wallace Worsley,133 min, not rated, $12l$10
student/senior/AlS) Lon Chaney, the man of a thousand faces, was best known for playing Quasimodo and the Phmtom of the Opera. Brt the former role was clearly the most ambitious of his illustrious career, full oI such longing and mguish. It's as though his entire being was consmed by this ugly outcast with a heart as big md beautiful as Notre Dame itself. And the makeup is still astonishing. The rest of this unrequited love story is pretty effective as well, with the recreation of medieval Paris a standout for its lavishness. Like all great silent films, it delivers a poetry of life that is abshact md tmgible at the same time. Graham Reynolds and Peter Stopchinski selected this film specifically to screen on Valentine's Day md have composed a lavish new original score for their Golden Hornet Orchestra. Buy your tickets early, this could shape up to be the hottest ticket for lovers young and old this Valentine's Day!

THURS-SAL FEB 20-22, MIDNIGHL SUN, FEB 23 4:00 d. Ron Underwood, & 96 min, $5\) Tremors didn't actually break any new ground (even though its tumeling worm monsters certainly did), but it rewed up the classic monster'movie formulas of the 1950s with such energetic enthusiasm and humor that it made everything old seem new again. It's also got a cast full of enjoyable actors who clearly had a lot of fun making the film, and director Ron Underwood strikes just the dght balance of comedy and terror as a bmd of small-town rednecks battles a lot of really nastyJooking giant worms. The special effects are grea! the one-liners fly fast and furious between heroes Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward (and yeq that's country star Reba McEntire packin' awesome firepower), and it's all done with the kind of I'lair one rarely associates with goofy monster flicla like this. -Jeff Shamon
(1990,

DOGUTIE iIIARY.A. OO. GO!

THE BACKYARD
LIVE BACIffARD WRESTTING BEFORE THE FITMI
FEB 25 9:45, FEB 26 & FEB27 7t00 &9t45 (2002, d. Paul Houglr, 80 min, N& $6/$4.50 student/senior/AFS)

Take away the choreography, make-up, cameras, and cosfumes oJ the WWF and you have a sport know as, "backyard wrestling". Not for the faint of hear! this no holds barred documentary exposes the brutal world of these amateur wrestlers. Real blood is shed and ambulances called, as teenagers from small-town USA compete to win. Weapons of choice are baseball bats wrapped in barbed wire, buckets o{ flammable liquid or broken glass. In his e{forts to explore this overlooked subculture, director Paul Hough wanted to be as graphic as possible. " l wanted to make a documentary that was as honest as possible. The only conscious decision I made early on was lo lrr and show il lrom ihe backrard wre'tlcrs point oI view He has iucceeded in maUng a brutally virceral do'cumentary uhich was m official selection of the 2002 Melbourne International Film Festival and a highlight of SXSW Film Festival.

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(1974 d. Art Names, 83 min, R" free admission) Total madness! A rural gothic snake-revenge movie that's oh so much more. A demented old kook named Snakey operates a reptile farm in the

middle of nowhere. Through a bizarre chain of events he becomes unhinged and kills off half the town with his trained snakes. We've seen all that a million times. But what makes Snakes extra special is all the perverse little sick touches. For example the prim locai

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1i994, d. Jm De Boni, 116 mh, & 59.50; 57.50 student/senior/AFS) OK fmboys, I knoq' this title selection is going to seriously piss-off a lage chunk or our movie-going audience. I expect a rush of the tbllowing... "I thought bad movies/live comedy was you motto, so rvhy the f*** are you messin' wtlh Speed, the single greatest movie of all nme, Sp eed 2, maybe, .... BUI SPEED! I m spiitually womded." Be{ore taking pen in hmd, however, lve invite you to the therapeutic inhospection that is Mr. Sinus Speed. Strip away the flash and panache (there's no denying Speed has'em h spades) md you are lett lvith the flaccid acting of Keanu, a cackling baddie with no motivation whatsoever, the prototypical sidekick love interest in distress, a rainbow coalition of socio-economic backgrounds all riding public transif and a host of glaring physics inacruracies. Speed is dumb and fun. All we are saying is Mr. Sinus + Speerl +beer = dumber + fmer You really can't argue with that equation. -Tim

SAIURDAY FEB 22, NOON,
(1956,

EAR.IH Vg. FLYING SAUGERS
FREE ADII'IISSION

Sousa mache: bla:e throughout the movie like some sort of demented leitmotif. On top o[thal thereare aboul a dozenplug, for Dad. Rool Beer. \\'ha] I m not lying. This movie s out-of-control, - Lars

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d. Fred Sears, 83 miry G, free admission) A textbook exanple of 50s+ra science fiction, Earth os. the Flying Saucersboasts not only a solid sript and outstanding performances, but sone genuinely impressive siop-motion effects courtesy of one of the indusiry's uncontested masters, Ray Harryhausen. Scientist Hugh Marlowe (who faced a more benevolent invader from space five years earlier tn The Dny the Earth Stood Still) discovers that UFOs are responsible for the destruction of a series of exploratory space rockets launched by his space exploration project. The saucers' helmeted pilots land on Earth and deliver an ultimatum to humanity via Marlorve: fealty or complete amihilation. Harryhausen's painstakingly intricate saucers and the destruction they wreak (particularly during an assault on Washington, D.C.) are the film's unquestionable highlights, but Marlowe and Joan Taylor (as his wife/partner) have great chemistry, and veteran B director Fred F. Sears keeps the dialogue as scintillating as the barrage of e{fects. Enrth as. fhe Flying Saucers is a fun slice of sci-fi that should please younger audiences as well as nostalgic return viewers. -Paul Gaita

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THURS, FEB 27-ltilAR
(1971, d. Stanley Kubrick,

AUSTIN FIIM SOCIETY PRESENTS FREE CINEMA

THE IIORSE THIEF
TUESDAY FEB 18,7:00 (Dao ma zei, d. Tian Zhuangzhuang, 1986, color, 35mm, 88 nins., Mandarin with English subtitles, free admission) Acmsed o{ stealing from his Tibetan village's Buddhist temple, \orbu, a compassionate thief, is ostracized from his clan along rvith his wife and child. As the family suffers through times of loss md sonorr; the aiminal seeks a retum into the community {or the sake o{ hjs nel bom child. Highly praised by Martin Scorsese, The Horse l1ie.fhas ben described as a "visually stuming and spiritually resonant liLms" -Gene Yomgblood.

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& 137 miru $5) "At first glance it is violent wa1, even by loday's standard', and al:o sexual ly graphic. Confronri ng it was - and sli I L is, over 25 I ea r< lafer. Its stark use of colors throughout, offbeat production design elements and the notoriously counter-programmed soundtrack featuring Slrglrg in the Rain as accompaniment to a bashing and rape, as well as Beethovery Elgar, Rimsky-Korsakov and Rossini, continue to make it a fascinating, unnerving film, edgy and parmoid, seductive and repulsive all at once. Kubrick has compared AIex to Richard III; a man you should loath and fear, yet we find ourselves dram into his world, seeing hin as the victim, not the aggressol [\onetheless, ii is one of the mosl memorable British lilm' ever made, and one that is still valid, entertaining (in ils own rvay) md peppered with many extraordinary scenes." Andrew L. Urban in a parlicularly brulal

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SXSW FIUA FESIIVAL PRESENTS

KAR.AOKE FEYER
TUES & WED, FEB

(2001, d. Arthur Borman & Steve Danielson,90 min, $6/$4,50 student/senior/AFS) Oxrsh& ourpedbm, out of their minds! Karaake Fewr is a funny and heart{elt joumev hto ihe world of hard-core Karaoke contests. We follow six hopefuls as they compete for one oi the coveted spaces in America's lagest singing contest Karaoke Fest! Vying for fifteen thousand dollars and a recordhg conhact, these people are not only singing for your enjoi'menf they are singing for their lives! The lovable menagerie of oddballs, dremers, and schemers we meet along the way ue altemaiely iispirirg md hilarious. We go with them as they sing work, ard practice at home, coming to understand the compelling reasons they each have to win. Going beyond drunks singing off key in a bar, Karaoke Fever documents the real lives o{ real people with dreams that remain just out of grasp. Gut wenching as often as it is laugh out loud fumy, Karaoke Feuer will insPire you to
release the Sinatra or Elvis trapped inside of you.

I8&I9,9:30

STEAZOID EXPRE'S DOUBLE FEATURE
BOOKSIGNING AND IECTURE BY THE AUTHOR
SUN, FEB 23 7:00 & 9:30, $9 double feolure, $6.50 single feolure Sleazoid Etpress Magazine came out of Bill and Melanie Landis' iascination with the crude sleazy {ilms behg shown in Times Square i the late'50s/early'70s, At a time when there was no critical attention being paid such films, Sleazoid Erpress was the only game in town. Bill Landis will be live in person for this unique double featurg before and after the films, Landis will disuss both the films and the 42nd Street Grindhouse Theater circuii, also the subject o1 his new book, Sleazoid Express. Beforc md after the filrns, he will also be available to sign copies of the boo( which will be available for sale at the theater.

HONG KONG CINEMA AND CUISINE

HEROES SHED NO TEARS
CTASSIC HONG KONG FIIMS, FUI.I CHINESE MENU!

THE IEXAS DOGUTIENTARY TOUR

FIVE FILflTS BY JAY ROSEI{BIATT
WED, FEB 19, 7100 ATAMO DOWNTOWN (d. Jay Rosenblatt, 80 miru N& $5/$4 student/senior/AFS) Going
beyond the traditional boundaries of documentaries, "Jay Rosenblatt's short films are elegant mosaics combining educational movies from the 50s and 60s, newsreels, Hollywood clips, historical footage, home

SUN, MAR 2 7:00 & 9:30
(1986, d. Iohr Woq 93 min, & $6.50; $4.50 student/senior/AFS) This visceral Southeast Asim battle drama is the film John Woo completed jusi before fus comercial breakthrough with A BilterToryltrou in 1987.

PETS
(1974 d,Raphael Nussbaum): Sexy Candace Rialson (Chatterbax, Hallyuood Bouleuard) as a modern-day (well 1970's era) Justine. The three-part story has her hvolved in a kidnapping, a lesbian love affair,

movies, and a rich trove of archival materials. But surreal and
dreamlike as they often feel, Rosenblatt's movies also have hard-hitting psychological and historical underpimingJ' [Film Forum, NYC].

This ic is the film in which the direcror tried out the operdlic. 'lo-mo approach to action that he perfected in his later pictures, so it's mustseeviewing for Woo-philes. The setup is polished off in a quick prologue, as a squad of Chhese commandos is dispatched to smash a heroin ring in Thailand. The movie is pretty much nonstop action from that pointon. -David Chute

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