It’s a great week to be Psychotronic!
This Sunday night, September 23rd, we are THRILLED to present the VISUALLY STUNNING, SPIRITUALLY INVIGORATING and UNIVERSALLY ACCLAIMED Modern Dance Documentary/Performance Film PINA (2011, Germany), directed by the legendary filmmaker (PARIS, TEXAS, WINGS OF DESIRE, etc…) WIM WENDERS.
Don’t know anything about the world of Modern Dance?
Fear not - even those completely unfamiliar with that art form will find this movie MESMERIZING and AWE-INSPIRING.
Simply put, it’s an ABSOLUTE MUST-SEE for fans of adventurous cinema!
We dare anyone to watch it and not want to see the entire film… :)
NOTE: The trailer mentions this film being in 3-D. Please be aware that it was also released in 2-D, and that’s the version we’re showing - so that folks with vision problems can still enjoy the movie (the 2-D version is mind-blowing on its own).
We think we’re gonna have a really big crowd for this Oscar-nominated film, so please click on the times above to securely charge advance tickets online (they’ll be held under your name at the door).
Those advance tix cost just $12 each - which includes a donation to our friends at the upcoming Savannah Dance Festival.
As always, tickets will also be available at the door for just $8 each - and if you’d still like to support to the Savannah Dance Festival, they’ll be accepting cash donations all day long at Muse.
PLEASE SPREAD THIS INFO WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND HELP US PACK THE HOUSE FOR ALL 3 SHOWS!
Plus, we’ve got a CAN’T-MISS MIDNIGHT SCREENING for Horror Fanatics on Friday night the 28th at Muse Arts Warehouse (after VERTIGO at the Lucas) - the RESTORED, DEFINITIVE VERSION of director George A. Romero’s PIONEERING ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE CLASSIC, 1968’s original NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD!
Just $10 gets you in.
If you’ve never seen the movie that literally jump-started the entire wave of modern zombie movies - PLUS actually outraged so many parents and film critics that it DIRECTLY CAUSED THE CREATION OF THE MPAA RATINGS SYSTEM - or, if you’ve only seen blurry, poor-quality copies on TV, VHS or DVD over the years, YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF to see it the way it was MEANT to be seen: LATE AT NIGHT ON THE BIG SCREEN IN A ROOM FILLED WITH RESPECTFUL FRIENDS AND STRANGERS.
Check out the original theatrical trailer here.
That screening takes place just a few hours after VERTIGO, and if you show your ticket stub from that Hitchcock film, you’ll get into NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD for half-price!
Thanks for supporting our kooky and almost hopelessly ambitious efforts. :)
~ PFS Goldar