Post by cityofvoltz on Feb 10, 2009 8:17:54 GMT -5
Frank's castle, was released what- say Jan 8. Seems that the releases are about 6 weeks or so apart (thats what joel said was the apprx timetable) That would put it at Next week Thursday 19th-- again thats only highly speculative
Post by quinnmartin on Feb 10, 2009 15:02:28 GMT -5
Their new email says it's "soon to be our next release." They're doing it live this weekend, so maybe they're holding off releasing it until the next spate of live shows so they have something fresh to perform live.
Sometime's a guy's gotta ride the bull, am I right? Later, skater.
Post by quinnmartin on Feb 10, 2009 16:13:14 GMT -5
The Email Club
Well we here at CT are quite excited to begin our Winter Tour this weekend in SAN FRANSISCO at the Marines Memorial Theatre. If you haven’t bought tickets yet, click HERE to snatch up yours from the dwindling supply.
Our movies this weekend will be:
FRIDAY 2/13 – “Blood of the Vampires” – One of our very favorite riffing films, soon to be our next release. See it before it’s unleashed on the world!
SATURDAY 2/14 – “The Dynamite Brothers” – A world premiere riff! Come see CT delve into the seedy and hilarious world of “Kung-sploitation”.
This will be the line-up next week in Boston at the Sommerville Theatre too. We’ll keep you updated throughout the tour as we choose the line-up from our unreleased “library”.
Thanks to everyone who has already bought tix to any of the shows! You’re in for a whole lot of jokes and a whole lot of fun. We can’t wait to meet you out there.
2/13 - 2/14 - SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Marine's Memorial Theatre - Tickets
Wow. That's one boring trailer, until towards the end. (The blaring brass section doesn't make it more exciting!) Could be a good CT, but feels too similar to the last one, "Frank's Freaks". Wish we could get the Kung Fu movie first to break-up the foreign monster flicks.
Post by Donna SadCat Lady on Feb 11, 2009 0:25:40 GMT -5
Having seen both live at Chicago, Mr Meadows, I can tell you they don't really feel the same. Others who went too have discussed this in another thread. I'll just say that, wow, this film is perfectly suited for MST treatment. Terrible dubbing, scene-chewing acting, bizarre plot, and a laughably offensive portrayal of "black" people. When we watched it live, I asked my husband why the one guy was green, and he explained that he was supposed to be black. And there were some truly hilarious moments provided by the movie itself.