Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Drunken Street Fighter Beats Up The Witch Elvira

Krunk Fighter

See people play Street Fighter drunk.

Saturday March 5th 2011

9:00PM – 2AM
at The Good Hurt
12249 Venice Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90066
(310) 390-1076

from the site:

Party all night with World Class DJs spinning a mix of Elektro, Trance, and Hardcore! Take part in the first *EVER*


8 Challengers will step up to Battle in the most epic Street Fighter IV tournament of all time! Lose a round? Take a shot, until one player remains victorious! Winner gets a prize package of a Do Not Feed The DJ t-shirt, Street Fighter mini mates toys and a Sony PS3 Street Fighter IV edition Fight Stick arcade controller.

Girls With Guns
Looks like you can see Lara Croft and some other bodacous babes hold things in their hands. Be carfeul the anime show did have some sight to behold. Some not looking good sights.

New vinyl toys to look at.
from the site
Come join us March 3rd, from 7-10pm for the long anticipated release of Munky King's very own Series 1 Omi! This first series includes designs from Luke Chueh, Kozik, Buff Monster, Yoskay Yamamoto, Greg Simkins, Nathan Jurevicius, Dave Pressler and Ferg. Artists will be here to sign their designs
Super Taiko Concert
Super Taiko Concert

Saturday, 03.05.11 2pm
244 S. San Pedro Street, Suite 505, Los Angeles, CA 90012

from the site:
The Japanese American Cultural and Community Center is proud to present two of Japan's most critically acclaimed taiko soloists and former members of KODO, Hiroyuki Hayashida and Shuichi Hidano, joined by taiko phenom Jun Takada to make up a super taiko trio. The Taiko Center of LA Ensemble, under the direction of Rev. Tom Kurai, will open for this high-octane performance. The Super Taiko concert on Saturday, March 5, 2011, promises to be the taiko event of the year!

Super Taiko is made possible by support from The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles, REMO, and the Sozenji Buddhist Temple.

For more information or to purchase tickets, call (213) 680-3700.

$20 Presale
$25 at the door
$18 JACCC Members

Young Directors Night

Saturday, March 5, 2011
8 pm at LACMA

from site:
For the tenth year in a row, Muse will highlight the emerging talent of Los Angeles’ film community in our popular Young Directors Night. A celebration of film and the art of cinema, the showcase features six short films screened in the unique setting of an art museum, and a Q&A with the directors.

The exhibition doubles as a competition, with the host panel along with the audience voting on best in show. The winner, announced at a reception following the screening, takes home the Art of Film Award and is rewarded a prize designed to further advance in their medium.

Tickets: $20 Muse members; $30 General public. Tickets include admission into the screenings and ensuing reception featuring complimentary drinks and dessert.

Everything But the Kitschen Sync

via superpunch
La Luz de Jesus Gallery inside of Wacko


4633 Hollywood Blvd.,
Los Angeles CA 90027
323-666-7667 Fax: 323-663-0243

March 4-28, 2011

From site:
La Luz De Jesus Gallery proudly presents our 14th annual juried group exhibition, "Everything But the Kitsch 'N Sync". This gigantic, no-theme show features works from some of the freshest and most relevant artists working today. 123 artists showcasing just over 225 pieces.

An Evening With Cassandra Peterson

(feat. 1988's "Elvira, Mistress of the Dark"!)
NOTE: Ms. Peterson will not be appearing in character as “Elvira” during the show

Check out what Elvira has to say about her weird life.

3/6 @ 7:30pm

The Cinefamily / 611 N Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, 90036 / 323-655-2510

Black Death

(free sneak preview, director in person!)
shown with Witchfinder General

If it's the writer od Severance and Creep then it might be a pretty damn good movie. That brit knows how to write. Also, you can see it for free. Basically the stories about looking for witches.
The site:
 It is a 14th-century world without hope, as none are spared from the Black Death -- that is, until rumors reach the King’s ear of witchcraft, necromancy, and a small marsh village that remains untouched by the pestilence. As a violent knight and an idealistic monk investigate these supernatural tidings, faiths are tested, beliefs are questioned, and bodies are ripped to shreds!

to attend for free RSVP here
3/8 @ 8:00pm
The Cinefamily / 611 N Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, 90036 / 323-655-2510