DRUID UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS:
WEIRDO CINEMA A-GO-GO
Every Sunday in August & September
8 – 11pm
The Druid Underground Film Festival will be featuring their wild screening series at the Knockdown Center, a century old 50,000 square-foot glass factory, turned performance space.
52 19 Flushing Ave
Maspeth (Queens) NY 11378
The best of low-brow Americana: deep VHS cuts and 16mm transfers, Coney Island monsters, cannabalistic caterers, reefer madness, teenage Satanists, and so much more… During and after each screening, DJs Drew Redmond and special guests spin vintage 45 records: rockabilly, rhythm and blues, soul, exotica, and whacked out instrumentals before and after the screenings.
THIS SUNDAY AUGUST 7: SATANIC PANIC
A mid-80’s to early-90’s American media sensation: the rise of Satanism, ritual murder, and teenagers brainwashed by heavy metal music. This lively program of frightening and humorous Christian scare films and occult law enforcement procedure videos is compiled by Billy Burgess, with a video introduction by Blanche Barton, Former High Priestess of the Church of Satan. DJ Drew Redmond spins raucous 1960’s gospel records.
AUGUST 14: MIXTAPE MELTDOWN DOUBLE FEATURE: Found Footage Assault & The Whore Church Video Mixtape Vol 1
AUGUST 21: MARIJUANA MADNESS DOUBLE FEATURE: Anti-Marijuana Propaganda Roadshow & Aphrodisiac! The Sexual Secret of Marijuana (1971)
AUGUST 28: BLOODY GRINDHOUSE DOUBLE FEATURE: Blood Feast (1963) & Carnival of Blood (1970)
About The Druid Underground Film Festival
After 16 screenings in 13 states last season, The Druid Underground Film Festival is the widest nationally touring underground film festival in North America, showcasing the best in underground filmmaking from around the world since 2006.
For more info, check out the links below!
Latest posts by Andrew Thompson (see all)
- IN MEMORIAM — GEORGE ROMERO 1940 – 2017 - July 17, 2017
- Anticipated PITCHFORK Hits DVD / Blu-ray This Month - May 3, 2017
- Filmmakers Unleash Terrifying OWLMAN On Unsuspecting Urban Explorers - May 2, 2017