'A Show With People in It - number 2' is the second installment in a series of comedic sketch, improv, and musical variety created by Jessica Schroeder in 2013. These episodes are videoed, and will ultimately be juxtaposed and made into a feature length film. The impetus in the creation of this project is to provide a forum for creative minded people to express themselves in a performing arts environment, without the stress of giving a 'performance' but rather simply experimenting with collaboration, risk-taking, spontaneity, and joy.. It is a community event, an excuse to release inhibition. We invite you to come and laugh with us.
Dark Room Productions and Back Alley Comedy Present:
The sounds of laughter return to Wednesday nights here at the Dark Room with the Tabernacle. Every week on Wednesday night at 8PM, Matt Lieb, Torio Van Grol, and Steve Post host the Mission's newest stand up comedy show, all for a measly Five bucks!
In the tradition of Mystery Science Theater 3000, except you can't tell which ones are the robots. - David Manning
Cinema is our culture's dominant art form.
It holds up a mirror to who we are.
It reflects our society, our dreams, our hopes, our fears.
Our films are how future generations are going to judge us.
Unfortunately, most of them suck.
Seriously, though - ever notice how you can't walk down the street or open a magazine or stand in line at a store or simply exist without ads for some dumbass multi-zillion dollar movie about a talking kangaroo
being shoved down your throat?
And then they expect you to pay fifteen dollars to see it in some googolplex, and after sitting through a half hour of commercials? Or watch it on DVD and have to sit through even more commercials and anti-piracy ads that you can't skip past? Doesn't it all just piss you off?
If so - or if you just like to have a good time - then Bad Movie Night is for you.
Laugh with the hosts riffing on the movie. Yell your own comments. Try to figure out what the hell "Skull Films!" means. Help yourself to the free popcorn. Enjoy the non-alcoholic beverage of your choice purchased from the store across the street. Don't worry if the guy behind the counter glares at you. He does that to everyone.
Best of all, only pay six measly bucks (and ninety-nine measly cents).
There were, if you count the Rob Zombie films, 10 Halloween films.
10! That's so many, you're allowed to write it as "10" rather than "ten."
The problem is, in spite of them all more or less showing things that happen on a given Halloween night, they all fail to answer the central question: can, like, anything happen on Halloween?
For that answer, sadly, we must look elsewhere to another film entirely.
And now you know.
Your hosts Jim Fourniadis, Dan Foley, and Tristan Buckner
may still have some questions about what can, in fact, happen on Halloween.
November 2, 2014
Gone in 60 Seconds (2000)
Men with 90s hair crash cars. Also, Angelina.
More minutes of wackiness ensue.
Sherilyn Connelly, Mike Spiegelman, Alexia Staniotes, and other International Systems of Unit.
November 9, 2014
Mr. & Mrs. Smith
Angelina and her husband shoot guns and look sexy or whatever.
Matrimonial pandemonium reigns.
Jim Fourniadis, Mikl-Em, Tim Kay, and other Messrs.
November 16, 2014
Angelina shoots guns and looks sexy or whatever, this time without her husband.
Unrequested wackiness ensues.
Sherilyn Connelly, Alexia Staniotes, Ira Emsig, and other redundancies.
November 23, 2014
Angelina shoots more guns and looks sexy or whatever, this time replacing Tom Cruise.
High-sodium pandemonium reigns.
Jim Fourniadis, Mike Spiegelman, Rose Lacy, and other chlorides.
November 30, 2014
For the sin of being almost 40, Angelina's guns are taken away and she's told to put on a witch costume.
Sleepy wackiness ensues.
Sherilyn Connelly, Mike Spiegelman, Dan Foley, and other spindles.
December 7, 2014
Santa Claus: The Movie
The guys who made the first three Superman movies try to do the same with Santa Claus. It turns out about as well
as Superman IV.
Reindeer-powered wackiness ensues.
Sherilyn Connelly and other blitzens.
December 14, 2014
It's a Wonderful Life
Frank Capra and Jimmy Stewart relieve every sitcom ever made from having to come up with an original idea for a Christmas episode.
Suicidal wackiness ensues.
Jim Fourniadis and other bell-ringers.
December 21, 2014
The Polar Express
A terrifying CGI train ride deep into the Uncanny Valley, where lifeless collections of pixels take on a vaguely human form to haunt your deepest nightmares.
Dead-eyed wackiness ensues.
Jim Fourniadis, Mike Spiegelman, Ira Emsig, and other valley-dwellers.
December 28, 2014
The Nutcracker in 3-D
The children's story no child actually likes becomes a nightmare-inducing CGI abomination for all ages.
Unshelled wackiness ensues.
Sherilyn Connelly, Dan Foley, other ballbusters.