Couple interesting film events on at Dada
this week and you should get hip to it. Check it:
Tonight is the finale
of Sub-Cinema's month-long Giallo
films month -- Hitchcockian slasher crime dramas from the '60s. They're hosting a double feature with two works from Mario Bava
: "The Girl Who Knew Too Much
" (1963) and "Blood and Black Lace
" (1964). More grit than you can shake a stick at. Italo style. Doors @ 8pm, Screening @ 9pm. No cover.
And then on the next night, Wednesday night, the Cinemashup
experimental films night returns with guest curator Thomas Zummer sifting through the vaults to put together a selection viewing of the works of Leslie Thornton, world famous pioneer of experimental film. Should be sufficiently "out there". No cover to that one either. Runs from 8pm to 11pm.