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Human Highway - As Part of a Neil Young double feature!

Jun 30 to Jul 2
Tuesday to Thursday 4:30, 6:30

Dir. Bernard Shakey and Dean Stockwell - 1982 - 88m - All Seats $8 - THE DIRECTOR'S CUT !!

DOUBLE FEATURED WITH RUST NEVER SLEEPSNEWLY RESTORED & FINALLY RE-RELEASED!  

SPECIAL THANKS TO AMP CONCERTS!

Starring Neil Young, Devo, Dennis Hopper, and Russ Tamblyn!  Glowing red flies, an owl, radioactive garbagemen, Booji Boy, a dream sequence, a singing waitress, sausage disputes and more figure into a tale about a group of small-town oddballs in Linear Valley who work at a gas station/diner not far from a nuclear power plant. The one-day adventure is surreal, absurd, slapstick, musical and cryptically ominous.

Now, 32 years after Human Highways' first screening, Bernard Shakey is ready to share it once again!

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Rust Never Sleeps - As Part of a Neil Young double feature!

Jun 30 to Jul 2
Tuesday to Thursday 8:15pm ONLY!

Dir. Neil Young - 1979 - 113m - All Seats $8

DOUBLE FEATURED WITH HUMAN HIGHWAY!  NEWLY RESTORED & FINALLY RE-RELEASED!

SPECIAL THANKS TO AMP CONCERTS!

“Instead of being a straight concert documentary, RUST NEVER SLEEPS calls itself a ‘concert fantasy.’ As he was during last fall’s tour at which this was filmed, Mr. Young is discovered ‘asleep’ on top of one of the loudspeaker banks, which has been disguised as an oversized pirate chest, and ‘wakes up’ to begin the concert.

“The ‘roadies’ who move equipment about have been dressed as ‘roadeyes,’ the little scavengers with brown robes and beady pinpoint eyes from Star Wars. The idea, reinforced by playing tapes of crowd-control announcements from the Woodstock Festival, is to comment on rock’s aging, on the discrepancies between veteran rock performers and their teenage audiences, and on rock’s allegiance to youthful rebellion and innocence…

“Mr. Young is, in the opinion of some of us, the leading creative figure in present-day rock-and-roll, and this film has stirring, even triumphant passages. He writes songs of unsurpassed metaphoric richness with deceptively simple, melodic tunes. He sings with haunting evocativeness and plays guitar with more personality and stark individuality than almost anyone else.

“RUST NEVER SLEEPS offers some of his strongest songs, both new and old, in performances as fine or finer than those on his recent, partly live record album of the same title. The effect here is rougher than the record, less polished with overdubbing; at one point, Mr. Young even mangles the words of one of his own best songs. But the intensity of the singing and the playing of Crazy Horse, Mr. Young’s longtime partners for electric-rock projects, is as moving as rock can offer.” – The New York Times

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Caddyshack - as part of our Bill Murray Independence Day Weekend Double Feature Special! poster

Caddyshack - as part of our Bill Murray Independence Day Weekend Double Feature Special!

Jul 3 to Jul 4
Friday and Saturday 1:00, 9pm

Dir. Harold Ramis - 1980 - 99m - All Seats $8 - double featured with MEATBALLS !

EVENING SHOWS ARE AN ALIBI MIDNIGHT MOVIE MADNESS PRESENTATION!

ALSO PLAYING SUNDAY JULY 5 !!

Greenskeeper Carl Spackler (Bill Murray) is about to start World War III – against a gopher. Pompous Judge Smalls (Ted Knight) plays to win but his nubile niece Lacey Underall wants to score her own way. Playboy Ty Webb shoots perfect golf by becoming the ball. And country club loudmouth Al Czervik (Rodney Dangerfield) just doubled a $20,000 bet on a 10-foot putt. Insanity? No. Caddyshack. Chevy Chase rounds out the great cast for a tee off of side-splitting fairway foolishness that does for golf what National Lampoon’s Animal House did for fraternities and Police Academy did for law enforcement. With Harold Ramis (National Lampoon’s Vacation, Analyze This) directing, the virtuoso skills of all four blend into a riotous hole-in-one for comedy fans. 

"Given the short shelf life of many rude 'n' crude Hollywood comedies, it's amazing how well Caddyshack stands up after all these years." - Jeffrey M. Anderson, Combustible Celluloid

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