• B-MOVIE BINGO: JOHNNY MNEMONIC

    JOHNNY MNEMONIC (1995)
    Showing Tuesday 2/5/2019 at The Hollywood Theatre

    Fasten your seat belts for a wild ride down the fast lane of the information super-highway.

    In the 21st century, information is the ultimate commodity. In a world where cyberspace is a workday reality and outlaw hackers thrive, the most valuable information must be transported in the heads of specialist Mnemonic couriers. Johnny (Keanu Reeves, SPEED) is the best in the business and will guarantee delivery – for the right price.

    Only this time he is carrying the most important data of the 21st century, data that he must fight to protect from falling into the hands of his merciless pursuers. Failure to deliver this time will result in Johnny paying the ultimate price – with his head! Directed by Robert Longo.

     

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    B-MOVIE BINGO: VIRTUOSITY

    VIRTUOSITY (1995)
    Showing Tuesday 12/4/2018 at The Hollywood Theatre

    He’s a composite of some 200 personalities, each and every one a notorious killer. He’s Sid 6.7, a virtual reality creation designed to put L.A. police officers to the test. But Sid isn’t playing games anymore. He’s escaped the bounds of cyberspace. And if you think he’s unconquerable in the world of bits and bytes, wait till you see what Sid has in store for a world of flesh and blood.

    Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe square off on opposite sides of the law and on both sides of reality in this thunderous cyber-age thriller from the director of THE LAWNMOWER MAN. Crowe plays Sid: Sadistic, Intelligent, Dangerous — and able to take a licking and keep on ticking because he can re-generate his silicone-based body parts. Washington portrays Parker Barnes, an LA cop who once took the law into his own hands… and now carries the fate of the city in them. It’s his job to shut Sid down. But how do you stop the virtually unstoppable? Directed by Brett Leonard.

     

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    B-MOVIE BINGO: CHINA O’BRIEN

    CHINA O’BRIEN (1990)
    Showing Tuesday 11/6/2018 at The Hollywood Theatre

    Election Special! The one and only Cynthia Rothrock stars in her popular role as Lori “China” O’Brien, the beautiful big city cop turned avenger!

    After a scandal causes her to quit the force, China moves back to her hometown in Utah. Her father is the local sheriff, and when her father is brutally murdered, China, a martial arts master, is elected sheriff and vows revenge – stalking the streets and destroying every criminal in her path. She becomes The Ultimate Weapon filled with anger and out for blood in one final explosion showdown.

    The action is nonstop with the greatest full-contact one-on-one martial arts fights in the movies today! You won’t believe your eyes till you see China O’Brien in action! Directed by Robert Clouse.

     

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    B-MOVIE BINGO: DARK BREED

    DARK BREED (1996)
    Showing Tuesday 10/2/2018 at The Hollywood Theatre

    From PM Entertain we bring you DARK BREED. Six American astronauts are missing after the mysterious crash of top-secret flight Aquarius 7. Nick Saxon (Jack Scalia) heads the team that must save them.
     
    But what he doesn’t know can kill him. The crew has been infested by a race of reptilian parasites who have taken over their bodies and plan to destroy the planet.
     
    The DARK BREED has arrived… and the future of the human race is in Nick’s hands. Directed by Richard Pepin.

     

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    B-MOVIE BINGO: FOR YOUR HEIGHT ONLY

    FOR YOUR HEIGHT ONLY (1981)
    Showing Tuesday 9/4/2018 at The Hollywood Theatre

    He’s back — the man the Secret Service call 003-1/2, Weng Weng “The Invincible”! Two-foot-nine of rippling muscle. The plot: a scientist is kidnapped by the mysterious Mr. Big. Who else can answer the call but 003-1/2, who fearlessly fights his way through trained assassins, ninjas and villains with the aid of a host of electronic gadgets. Watch him locked in combat with the infamous “Jaws”, rescue maidens, and with his rocket pack, attack the fortress. Can he succeed? Directed by Eddie Nicart.