...randomness surrounding Guided by Voices, Robert Pollard, and other great indie rock bands; a quasi objective look at "my" sporting teams; the random horror film; plus other crap as we see fit...all with a Pittsburgh based feel.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Invasion of the Flesh Hunters

The "Super Trash" exhibit and film fest at the Warhol concludes this Friday with this gem (also showing: Manhunter). If you haven't had a chance to see the exhibit, it really is a nice little spectacle. Located on the 6th floor of the Warhol, "Super Trash" is an ode to past generation exploitation films, featuring original film posters. The display has been up since mid October and it will be coming down this weekend. The double feature starts at 7:00 in the Warhol Theatre, so give yourself at least a good 45 minutes to an hour to check out the exhibit upstairs. There's over 200 posters to indulge (see below for a sneak preview).

Trailer for Invasion of the Flesh Hunters. "Their next meal may be you"...

BTW: Manhunter, which will actually be shown first on this night, is a must see for any of you younger generation Silence of the Lambs fans. Starring Will Peterson, Manhunter (1986) is actually the prequel to Silence of the Lambs, but supposedly the producers did not want to market SOtL as a sequel due to Manhunter's poor box office numbers. Go figure. Anyway...Manhunter blows away the garbage remake with Ralph Feinnes which was named Red Dragon (2002). All three of the aforementioned films are better than the over-produced piece of crap that was Hannibal (2001).

1 comment:

Jables said...


I wanna go!!