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Chopping Mall At The New Beverly Cinema - Saturday Night!

Posted by phil blankenship, July 25, 2008 01:19am | Post a Comment

Amoeba Music and Phil Blankenship are proud to present some of our film favorites at Los Angeles’ last full-time revival movie theater. See movies the way they're meant to be seen - on the big screen and with an audience!

 


 

Saturday July 26

Kelli Maroney
& Barbara Crampton in

Chopping Mall

1986, 77 min

New Beverly Cinema 7165 W Beverly Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90036 Midnight, $7

w/ Special guests director Jim Wynorski & star Kelli Maroney in attendance, schedules permitting.

 


 

August
August 2 Night Of The Juggler

(No one can stop James Brolin!)
August 9 Rainbow Brite & The Star Stealer
(Rainbow Brite's first movie - insanely RARE performance!)
August 23 The Gate
(... pray it's not too late!)
August 30 Little Darlings
(Paramount Archive 35mm Print! Rare Screening!)

September
September 6 Idle Hands

(9th anniversary for the 1999 stoner horror comedy!)
September 13 Showgirls
(Beyond your wildest dreams. Beyond your wildest fantasies!)
September 20 Michael Mann's The Keep
(25th Anniversary! Paramount Archive 35mm Print!)
September 27 Over The Top
(Sylvester Stallone. Big Rig Truckin'. ARM WRESTLING!)

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Since When Do I Enjoy Kathy Griffin?

Posted by Miss Ess, July 24, 2008 06:52pm | Post a Comment
kathy griffin my life on the d-list

Kathy Griffin?
! Somehow I never thought I would say I enjoy Kathy Griffin. I know, I know-- considering the fact that I: a) have been referred to as a fag hag on many an occasion and also that I: b) actually live in the Castro, this should kathy griffin performingcome as a shock to some.

Forgive me, for I have caught on: with latest season of her reality show My Life On the D-List airing regularly, color me hooked.

I applaud Kathy for being so unabashedly herself. She knows what she is good at (making fun of others, but also herself) and she knows her fans (mainly gay men but also middle aged straight women), and she has no qualms about catering to them. In the near-past I had always thought of her as sort of irritating and uncreative. Now I see that she is both of those things at times, but plenty of others the rest. She knows she is merely a comedic commentator and she knows she is an attention whore, so why not live it up? She is a woman of many faces-- whatever it takes to continually secure her place on the D-List, and I support her in her quest.

Now I am scrambling to pick up Season One on DVD! I should never have underestimated my enjoyment of poking fun at celebrities. What have I been thinking all this time? Kathy has been there with her gays and her snarky humor all along, and here I was shunning her for nkathy griffin mom my life on the d-listo real reason other than her copious plastic surgery and her copious need to talk about it! For shame! Once again, I have learned not to judge a book by its cover...I'll let Kathy do that for me in her stage routine, so I can laugh along! 

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BAY AREA HIP-HOP ARCHIVES, PART II: DECEMBER 1994

Posted by Billyjam, July 24, 2008 08:35am | Post a Comment
RBL Posse
1) RBL Posse - Ruthless By Law
2) Spice 1 - Amerikkka's Nightmare
3) Lil Ri - Deep N Tha Game
4) West Coast Bad Boyz - High Fo' Xmas
5) Dru Down - Explicit Game
6) Goldy - In The Land of Funk
7) D-Moe - Do You Feel Me
8) Young Rich The Factor - Gettin' A Grip
9) V/A - West Coast Bad Boyz
10) Young Joker - Who's Laughin At Cha

11) C-Bo - Gas Chamber
12) A.M.W. - The Real Mobb
13) Rappin 4-Tay - Don't Fight The Feeling
14) Paris - Guerilla Funk
15) Fly Mar - Ya Betta Ask Somebody
16) Ray Luv - Last Nite                                  
17) Rondo & Crazy Rak - The Abused
18) Roots From The Underground                  
19) GLP - Straight Out The Labb
20) Hugh EMC - The M.O.B.

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July 23, 2008

Posted by phil blankenship, July 23, 2008 10:07pm | Post a Comment
Kung Fu Panda ticket stub Mann Beverly Center
Mann Beverly Center Marquee Kung Fu Panda

Mann Beverly Center Marquee

Kung Fu Panda end credits

Mann Beverly Center Kung Fu Panda auditorium

Mann Beverly Center Kung Fu Panda auditorium

Voice of the Future

Posted by Whitmore, July 23, 2008 07:42pm | Post a Comment

I am finally back in good ol’ L.A. after my extended hang about on a gorgeous island in the Puget Sound. Unfortunately the tall tales I could tell would probably lull even a meth head into a deep coma. Not a lot happens on Vashon Island … except the brutally unexplainable!

So before I reinvent my accounts and bring to you the hard hitting, hard boiled, sinister saga of the vast depravities, the whorish lives in the wanton Northwest, I thought I’d first show the newest music video from the Los Angeles based band Listing Ship, “Voice of the Future.” This sci-fi/video game homage is directed by James Fletcher. By the way, since I advocate fair and mostly truthful blather, I should disclose that I make a brief appearance -- and me think too brief an appearance -- as the plucky rampaging robot. There are other facts I should also add, but who really needs more facts about me...

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