VZDs Restaurant & Club, 4200 N. Western, hopes to change all that starting Friday night with the first-ever The Midnight Movie at VZDs event. The screening is free.
Appropriately enough, the inaugural film even has Midnight in its title: 15 Till Midnight, an independent, R-rated, sci-fi film released last year.
Made for an estimated $200,000, the mind-warper of a movie involves two parallel worlds that collide, impacting the life of one man who finds himself pursued by mysterious, shadowy figures known as The Knowers.
Its not your run-of-the-mill, no-budget indie, said James Hawley, who helped coordinate the screening. I think youll dig it.
Hawley said if this screening goes well, more cult films are ready to unspool at VZDs, at a rate of one a month.
Beforehand, starting at 9 p.m. Jack Acid and Trey K 47 spin a three-hour DJ set as Pirate Audio, with no cover charge. For more information, call 524-4200 or visit vzds.com. Rod Lott