Thursday, March 8 – Doggie Woggiez! Poochie Woochiez!
1042 N. Mills Ave.
Dog lovers will love it because it’s ridiculous. Dog haters will love it because it’s ridiculous. People who hate people who love dogs will love it because the whole premise is ridiculous. Everything is Terrible, the film collective – and by film collective, we mean the people who splice the awful and insane bits of other people’s films with more awful and insane bits of other people’s films and turn them into one long, awful and insane film – who brought you such classics as Everything is Terrible: The Movie and Everything is Terrible 2: Tokyo Drift has created a movie made of found dog-related video footage and turned it into a remake of Chilean filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky’s horrifying acid-trip of a movie, The Holy Mountain, about a Christlike figure who forms a group of wanderers on a search for immortality. Go watch the trailer on YouTube, think about how it could be recast with the puppies from Air Bud, Chance from Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey and your dog from your childhood home videos as the main characters and you get the drift. As the tagline for Jodorowsky’s film warned viewers, nothing in your education or experience can have prepared you for this film. The event is part of Orange You Glad Fest, and it’s a good thing they’re having this screening in a bar. – Erin Sullivan
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