Via The AV Club. If you think The Room is funny in film form, wait until you see it in dubstep music video remix form. The Room returns to the Mayfair November 20.
The Mayfair and Lost Marbles’ Geek Night proudly invite you to into the twisted and filthy world of bad taste courtesy of filmmaker John Waters as we present three of his films: Pecker, Cecil B. Demented and Cry Baby. Prizes will be
Only a couple more days ’till the fifth annual Killer63 short horror film festival hits the Mayfair screen. Saturday October 16th at 9pm, be sure to come out to see a lucky number 13 batch of terrifying, humorous, disturbing, supernatural, animated, stalker, slasher, musical, monster and scary clown
According to Gamepro.com, Steve Wiebe — the schoolteacher/arcade whiz profiled in the Donkey Kong documentary The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters (which showed at one of our Lost Marbles Geek Nights in August) — has recaptured the record from Billy Mitchell, the same man he dueled with
They’re heroes here, too, of course. We at the Mayfair believe that the projectionist is the final – and often, the most important – member of any film’s crew. But in Britain, our projectionists are making news. Our web maestro, John Wiseman, alerted us to this bit of Mayfair coverage
Courtesy of newgrounds.com, The Room Tribute game is online! Check it out here: http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/547307 It’ll tear you apart! And don’t miss the 1 year anniversary screening of The Room on Saturday September 18 at 11:45pm.
This is somewhat unbelievable to me, but Killer63’s fifth year is on the horizon. So again, I’m starting to get the word out to filmmakers who are interested in submitting a short horror film to be screened as part of our mini one-night film festival at the Mayfair.
And now a special lil’ guest blog from loyal Mayfair patron and Slaughter Daughter, Sister Disaster —————————————————————– You know that saying “If I had a dime…”? Well here’s my version: I am engaged in casual conversation with someone I am just getting to know, and as always it comes
In 1977, the comic book magazine Heavy Metal was released in North America, introducing a new audience to Europe’s most amazing batch of artists and writers. It didn’t take long for the film industry to take notice, and the next year, the animated anthology film went into pre-production.
What better career move for an actor than to follow up one of the best movies ever, then to take a starring role in a movie about a high school student who becomes a werewolf and plays basketball? And, what’s the bigger suspension of disbelief, that Michael J Fox