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Sometimes Tom Stockman develops a theme for his Super-8 Movie Madness screenings, and sometimes he doesn't. This month's installment has no stated theme, but "WTF?" might be applied to it. A strange amalgam of acknowledged classics in a range of genres will be screened in truncated form -- The Exorcist and On the Waterfront, as well as lost gems The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother (a Gene Wilder action/comedy) and almost-impossible to find Song of the South, Disney's "Is it racism or isn't it?"; version of Joel Chandler Harris' Uncle Remus cycle. Then there are the usual exploitation nuggets ('70s kung-fu flick Fists of the Double K and horror shocker House of Dracula), and to wrap it up, a 50-minute super cut of Ray Harryhausen's Clash of the Titans. Prepare to have your jaw dropped by the wonder of it all from 8 p.m. to midnight at the Way Out Club (2525 South Jefferson Avenue; Admission is $3.
Tue., July 5, 2011

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