Dennis Hopper tribute at the Roxie


Here’s the deal:

Come see the theatrical release of Commercial inflatable water slides for sale ALONG FOR THE RIDE, the new documentary about Hollywood maverick, Dennis Hopper, accompanied by: BLUE VELVET and TRUE ROMANCE, a pair of classics that feature some of Hopper’s most famous, and perhaps greatest, performances; Michael Almereyda’s short A HERO OF OUR TIME, a rarely screened gem in which Hopper starred during a break in the filming of Blue Velvet; Hopper’s punk masterpiece, OUT OF THE BLUE; and a program of shorts by his longtime friend, collaborator, and influence — artist and experimental filmmaker, BRUCE CONNER. If you don’t fall deeply in love with Hopper throughout this, it is because you were already hooked. Show up early and enjoy a Roxie-produced Hopper-clips show!

Get tix!

List of possible things to do on actual Halloween

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1.) You could go to Terror Tuesday at the New Mission castillo hinchable and see Day of the Dead at 9:45pm.

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2.) You could go to the The Craft Movie Party at the New Mission at 7pm.

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3.) Or you could go to frickin’ The Killing of a Sacred Deer at the New Mission.

(BONUS: Technically, you could go to all 3 i think.)

Tales of the Obsessed, all month long at the New Mission


All this month, in order to prime audiences for the opening of Ingrid Goes West on the 18th, Alamo Drafthouse is showing a series of classic movies about obsession. Such as Single White Female (pictured).

Here’s the full Tales of the Obsessed lineup at the New Mission here in SF:

8/2 – Weird Wednesday: THE BEAVER TRILOGY, 9:30pm (filmmaker Trent Harris in person!)
8/9 – CHUCK & BUCK, 7pm
8/9 – Weird Wednesday: SNAKES, 9:40pm
8/14 – THREE WOMEN, 10:15pm
8/15 – Terror Tuesday: NIGHT WARNING, 10pm
8/16 – THE CABLE GUY, 7pm
8/21 – TO DIE FOR, 10pm

Get your tickets (and read more about this special event) here. (King of Comedy is that Scorsese movie you’ve never seen, Three Women is that Altman movie you’ve never seen, etc., etc.)

Ingrid Goes West btw was great. We saw a sneak preview last week and I say it’s an instant classic, definitely worthy of a month of special programming to celebrate its release. Read all about it and get tickets here.

Buffy slays vampires tonight in the Mission!


At the Alamo‘s Terror Tuesday (every Tuesday night, late, cheap) of course! Get your tickets here.

“A vital, primal scuzz blast from the Mission District’s past!”


Monday night only at the Alamo. Here’s the rest of the very intriguing blurb:

Thirty minutes of chains, bats, guns, blood, drugs, gangsters, rollergirls, and an original soundtrack from post-punk/industrial legend Patrick Miller of Minimal Man. The story of the making of RACKTOWN, USA has to be heard to be believed – and lucky enough, we’ll have the guys who made it on hand to reminsice about shooting in grindhouses, bribing cops, and other things we can’t even mention here! We said they bribed cops and there’s STILL stuff we can’t mention in writing! Don’t miss this!

Get tickets here.

The Tenderloin was the first gay neighborhood in San Francisco


And this Thursday night, the Tenderloin Museum is hosting a double feature at the Roxie (in the Mission) all about it:

On March 9th, 2017, Tenderloin Museum will host a double feature screening of Gay San Francisco (1965-1970, 30 mins) by Jonathan Raymond, and Meat Rack by Michael Thomas (1970, 70 mins) at the Roxie Theater. Gay San Francisco is a previously lost documentary, and Meat Rack is an underground film with a modern arthouse cult following. Both films depict the early queer movements in the Tenderloin, unveiling the district as the first gay neighborhood in San Francisco. Meat Rack director Michael Thomas in attendance!

More info plus invite your friends and get tickets here!

New Mission Theater enamel pin now available in “Nighttime” colors

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Designed by PSA Press and available only at Alamo Drafthouse (at the New Mission Theater) where today you can see La La Land, Rogue One, or Wayne’s World!

[via PSA Press on Instagram]

Roxie Theater marquee enamel pin (proceeds benefit the Roxie)

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A splendid holiday gift for the Missionite cinephile in your life. Available at the Roxie or via their website here.

(Made with help from the folks at PSA Press, makers of many other SF-themed enamel pins including a New Mission Theater marquee, some It’s-Its, the “Electric Skateboarding Is A Crime” pin, a very creepy Zodiac Killer, the classic Jimmy the Cornman, and a Doggie Diner head.)

(Also the “San Francisco Pin & Patch Pop-Up” is this Saturday afternoon at Mission Comics.)

Vintage photo of opening night of La Bamba at the New Mission almost 30 years ago

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No big red bus lane!

See what’s playing at the New Mission right now here.

[via Drafthouse SF on Instagram]

Goonies in the park this Saturday night!

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Film Night in the Park 2016 presents Goonies in Dolores Park this Saturday night right after the sun goes down! Here’s a blurb about Film Night:

Film Night in the Park is San Francisco’s premiere outdoor film series. Over 125,000 people have attended Film Night in San Francisco since 2003. Films are presented free of charge on a giant outdoor screen in beautiful park settings. Attendees are encouraged to picnic before screenings and are discouraged from bringing chairs.

Check the rest of the schedule here.

[Fan art by █▬█◉⋒ㅌ⑂ ᶨ℮✝⑀]