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  • Atomic Bark Film Club - Friday 13th September, Scenario (formerly the Palatine) London

    As part of the Scalarama Film Festival, a Friday 13th, B-movie Madness Double Bill!

    A BUCKET OF BLOOD (Roger Corman, 1959) & THE BRAIN THAT WOULDN'T DIE (Joseph Green, 1959)

    SCHEDULE :

    6 - 8pm : Music/Trailers in the upstairs bar...

    Psychotic Psychedelia and Freaky Film Soundtracks from the brilliant DJ, Idle Rich, plus crazy and hilarious B-movie/exploitation film trailer visuals, all in the upstairs bar.

    8pm : A BUCKET OF BLOOD (1959, Roger Corman, 66 mins)

    A Far-out Beatnik Horror Comedy!

    Trailer : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKp4IseynTU

    Considered one of Roger Corman’s best films, this is a very funny, darkly satirical horror which perfectly encapsulates the sometimes pretentious, narcissistic art and poetry of the late 50′s Beat scene. A struggling, unknown artist accidentally kills the landlady’s cat, but then decides to use its corpse for a new sculpture. When he exhibits it at a Bohemian cafe, frequented by the local stuck up cool cats and Beatniks, he receives huge critical acclaim. But the dead cat is just the start of his deadly new 'art-form' – next up is a human subject!

    9 - 10pm : Music/Trailers upstairs...

    10pm : THE BRAIN THAT WOULDN'T DIE (1959, Joseph Green, 90 mins)

    A Bizarre Decapitated ‘Head’ Movie!

    Trailer : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQne87crZcg

    One of the best ‘brain in a jar’ films, this classic B-movie is a very weird trip into a dark, disturbing universe, touching upon philosophical mind/body themes, along with some hilarious schlock horror. When his wife is killed in a car crash, her mad scientist husband saves her severed head and keeps it alive in his laboratory. When she comes back to consciousness she is horrified, but he will not let her die, planning on finding her a new, more beautiful body, by nefarious schemes. But little does he know that his wife can telepathically communicate with the imprisoned mutant in the broom cupboard!

    11.30 - 3am : Music/Trailers upstairs...

    DOOR :

    Just £3 suggested donation! (to cover expenses)

    VENUE/MAP :

    Palatine Bar (upstairs and downstairs) 97 Stoke Newington Rd, London, N16 8BX.
    Tel : 020 7254 1967 PALATINE NOW RENAMED SCENARIO

    https://maps.google.co.uk/maps?hl=en...-8&sa=N&tab=wl

    TRAVEL :
    Train : Dalston Kingsland or Rectory Rd (etc) then a 10 minute walk or 5 minute bus ride.
    Tubes : Arsenal, Highbury & Islington or Manor House (etc) then various buses for around 15 minutes.

    UPDATES/INFO :
    www.scalarama.com/event-search/?date=13/09/2013 (scroll down)
    www.facebook.com/groups/atomicbark
    www.atomicbark.wordpress.com
    www.twitter.com/atomicbark

  • #2
    Originally posted by Filthy Rich View Post
    As part of the Scalarama Film Festival, a Friday 13th, B-movie Madness Double Bill!

    A BUCKET OF BLOOD (Roger Corman, 1959) & THE BRAIN THAT WOULDN'T DIE (Joseph Green, 1959)
    Appropriately enough - I first saw this film at the Scala as part of an all-night Beatnik movies session.

    Good to see the Scala Cinema getting some "props" as it were.

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    • #3
      Nice, looks like a fun night... our screening of "The Shout" last night here in Bristol was part of the Scalarama season too.
      Muchos mixes <<<<

      HELLFIRE VIDEO CLUB

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Filthy Rich View Post

        from the brilliant DJ, Idle Rich
        some times play g+ with back noise,some times vg , super psyché juju lpfront sleeve is very nice vg back vg , but the top corne left is eating buy rats, ask for picture

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        • #5
          Originally posted by medlar View Post
          "from the brilliant DJ, Idle Rich"
          Not my night or words - but I fully endorse them.

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