This year, why not get the most bang out of your Halloween experience by joining the party at Midnight, Friday October 30th when the Carousel Luxury Cinemas plays Peter Jackson's hilarious and insane zombie masterpiece "Dead Alive." This is the bloodiest, gutsiest, and brainiest (literally) zombie film ever made, and we're painting the screen red in beautiful 35mm!
Not only that, but we're hosting the ultimate costume contest where the winner gets $100 -- IN CASH!
Tickets are at a low, low $5 each, and include one free beer. Additional beer will be sold at a bargain $1.50 each.
So join us at the Carousel Luxury Cinemas on 1305 Battleground Avenue in Greensboro, NC.
You can buy your tickets here, and if you have further questions, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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GREESBORO, NC – Get ready to laugh, bowl and rock n’ roll with “The Big Lebowski.”
On Wednesday, August 26th, the Mixed Tape Film Series and WUAG 103.1 FM will present the Big Lebowski Rock n’ Bowl, a city-spanning event that will be a celebration of bowling, White Russians and one of the most beloved comedies of all time.
The Big Lebowski Rock n’ Bowl kicks off at 7:30 p.m. with a 35mm screening of the Coen Brothers’ cult-classic “The Big Lebowski” at the Carolina Theatre on 310 South Greene Street. Immediately after the film, Lebowski fans can knock some pins and make some friends at the Brunswick Triad Lanes on 21 Oak Branch Road, where there will be unlimited bowling and a dance party featuring records spun by WUAG’s greatest DJ’s.
Released in 1998, “The Big Lebowski” follows the life of Jeff “The Dude” Lebowski, a man of simple pleasures and questionable means who finds himself in a world beyond his comprehension after an unfortunate case of mistaken identity. Jeff Bridges shines in the lead role, reacting to brilliant supporting turns by John Goodman, Julianne Moore, Steve Buscemi and a very young Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Film critics and audiences originally shunned the film upon its release, however, due to a series of midnight screenings across the country as well as DVD sales, the film has become the greatest cult success of the last decade. Rolling Stone even went so far as to call the film “the most worshipped comedy of its generation.”
Other events in the Big Lebowski Rock n’ Bowl include a costume contest for people who dress like one of the characters from the film and bowling tournaments.
Brunswick Triad Lanes will serve patrons discounted White Russians until they close at 1 a.m.
Tickets for the movie and all-you-can-bowl event are $14 and are available at any Mixed Tape Film Series event or online at www.wuag.net.
For more information, e-mail email@example.com or call (336) 662-5691.
My name is Jennifer and I am a casting associate at MTV. Right now we are casting for an upcoming episode of True Life. For this episode, we are looking for people who are at odds with their parents for one reason or another. Whether it is because of your major, relationships, or your lifestyle, MTV is interested in hearing your story. I would also appreciate if you could pass it along to anyone else you may know.
You can email your situations to Parents@mtvnmix.com with their name, age, location, phone number, and recent photo.
Thanks, and feel free to message me with any questions Jennifer
You can also view the full casting flyer at MTV.com at the True Life section
From the creatively unparalleled world of the South Korean film industry comes Oldboy, a story of love, revenge, and madness. Director Chan-wook Park has style to spare in this story of Oh Dae-su (Min-sik Choi), a man who finds himself imprisoned inside a small hotel room. Deprived of human contact for 15 years, when he finally wakes up on a rooftop, he befriends a beautiful woman (Dae-han Ji) and goes on a suicide mission to uncover the identities of his mysterious captors. The plot twists like a beheaded cobra, leading us to a bold and shocking conclusion that will no doubt be revised when Steven Spielberg and Will Smith film their gutless American remake in the months ahead.
This movie might be the newest title in the Mixed Tape FIlm Series, but it is also one of the best. Come see the film that is destined to become a cult classic for years to come.
The movie screens on Wednesday, March 4 at 7:30 and 10 p.m. at the Carousel Luxury Cinema on 1305 Battleground Avenue.
Tickets $4 (or $2 w. college I.D.). Beer $1. Pizza $1. Gourmet Cookies $1.
Q. Is this movie based on the Japanese manga of the same name?
Q. Does that mean the movie is Japanese instead of South Korean?
A. No, it's still South Korean, just based on a Japanese funnybook.
Q. Is Oldboy one of the greatest films of this decade?
Q. How many cool kid points will I get if I go see Oldboy?
A. I don't believe in cool kid points, but to humor you, I'll say more than 100.
Q. Will magic rainbows of awesome explode from out of my skull if I see this movie?
A. I've yet to witness that happening to anybody yet, but if it could happen to someone, it would have to be while they were watching this film.
Last year, alumni & student Teams from Hawaii, Japan, Michigan, Miami, Philadelphia and all over the US signed up to create an original animation or film based on one common secret "Element" in just 21 Days. But we din't have anyone to represent NC!!
Do you filmmakers need an excuse to make a movie, a venue to screen your film, or a deadline to help make sure that your talent, locations, and crew stay on schedule? Look no further - Project Twenty1 is here!