This October we difer our annual, zombie fest (good riddance to cliche)
in favor of fun stuff we literally haven’t seen yet until the very night of the
Screened in succession for the first time before our collective
Super Xuxa vs. Satan – Brazilian
TV moguless takes on the forces of ‘evil’ in this innuendo steeped knockoff of
The Labyrinth. No subtitles and no dubbing. Finest kind.
Spookies – The box has pictures of cool rubber monsters
and a nice painting on the front cover. You don’t see painted covers (or
covers) much anymore, much less rubber monsters. (Or boxes we suppose.)
Killer Crocodile – The DVD that we
found was a German import that proclaimed a lack of censorship and lots of
bloody dismembered, partly-digested fun. The pictures on the back confirmed
this in spades. We're convinced.
Kung Fu Grindhouse began as an effort to re-expose the badly decayed carcass of exploitation film history to a fresh audience of cinemaphiles. For nine years and counting we've tracked down the tastiest and trashiest forgotten and low-profile films and shown them to our friends in the hope that they will join us in preserving the memories of many a bygone movie era. The purpose of KFG is and always has been to encourage people to revisit and pursue these films on their own and to discover new ones for themselves.
All the films we show are from our personal collection, and we never charge a cover. Usually the third Monday of every month at the Sunset Tavern in Ballard Washington. 6pm till done.