Sunday, May 31, 2020

Curfew, It's A Thing Now

Curfew for tonight 5/31/20 is 6pm-6am for LA County. Be inside or you can be arrested.
Santa Monica in 4pm-5:30pm

Be safe.

-Protesters gather in Santa Monica in another day of civil unrest over George Floyd killing

Weekends Not Going That Well: Guests This Week Include National Guard

-Newsom declares state of emergency in L.A., deploys National Guard 

So, the peaceful protests of Saturday escalated throughout Saturday to straight up rioting and looting. And let's not forget damages to businesses that in no way deserve to be set on fire or broken into.

The people straight up stealing and destroying property aren't helping, they're human garbage.

Don't forget there's now a curfew in effect and may last a few days, you can be arrested for being out an about in LA after 8pm. Be sure to check social media on updates.

State Of Emergency Declared In Los Angeles County, National Guard To Be Deployed To City Of LA

Live updates: Curfews enacted around the country amid protests 


We're also kind of amazed at some of the reports of many of the protestors general stupidity thinking that cops wouldn't fire tears gas and non-lethal rounds at them. The LAPD either doesn't care or can't differentiate between peaceful protestors and those rioting. But those stupid enough to keep doing this and walk alongside those who are hurting the community will hopefully get arrested.

And we'd like to thank every a-hole taking photos with their smart phones like anyone cares. As the LA Times and professional photographers are just better at it than you. But, keep taking them for your own sense of accomplishment. Those photos are going to prove what a million other people have taken photos of.

Friday, May 29, 2020

The Egyptian Theatre: A Netflix Original

Yup, Netflix bought The Egyptian Theatre. After some controversy on what that would mean for local fans of cinema it all came to a close today. Now, it's not bad news, but your probably not going to see any week long film festivals like you use to.

-American Cinematheque is sticking around and runs the theater Fri-Sunday.
-Netflix runs the theater Mon -Thursday for premieres and showing their own stuff.
-Netflix is putting up the cash for renovating the theater at some point down the line.
-The influx of cash means more special screenings and events are now possible for the cinematheque.
-How much did Netflix pay for it? They won't say. Estimates are in the tens of millions.
-The Aero Theatre was not part of the deal, so cinematheque is still in full control of it.

You can read up even more with a great back history on the theater below.

Netflix to put a new spin on L.A.'s classic Egyptian Theatre

Be Careful, We Suggest Waiting To Go Out

-L.A. County can reopen restaurants, barbershops, salons, Newsom says 
 We get it, it sucks to stay inside for so long, but we suggest waiting to get haircuts and what not until we see numbers saying Covid cases are going down.

If you recall the plan was to re-open everything in July and it ain't July.

 -Here is what can now reopen in L.A. County, and here is what is still closed

And once again we suggest supporting local businesses with curbside pick-up or delivery, but going inside is yet to be proven safe.

You're free to do what you want, we just want readers to be safe and make LA a place where we can all do things again, just when it's okay too.

Please, keep wearing the masks.

Thursday, May 28, 2020

We Finally Get The Legend of the Stardust Brothers

It was at the start of the month that we're were hoping we could get The Legend of the Stardust Brothers stateside and Alamo On Demand has come through. You can rent it now as part of their Weird Wednesday collection. Your rental doesn't just come with this totally insane music video over story/plot film directed by the son of the creator of Astroboy, you also get Alamo's Experience Preshow and a little info boost of 8 minutes on the film on how it came to be.

-We love that bar where it rains on the inside.

Rent it for only $4.99

This is one you've got to watch with friends over Zoom or what not. A perfect batsh*t insane Japanese film and a so-bad-it's good classic.

What We Found On The Net Today: Clarence, Batman, Party Jerks & Lame Space Suits

 -Authorities crack down on illicit Hollywood Hills parties at short-term rentals 
What a bunch of jerks.

-Elon Musk’s SpaceX Suit Is Like a Tuxedo for the Starship Enterprise
Turns out the new duds are just for going up in the ship. If those astronaut wore them outside they'd just die. They don't have air or cooling systems. The suits can use touch screens though. Also, they kind of look dorky on those guys.

In any case, we hope for a successful mission this Saturday to the International Space Station.

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Weekly What To Do: We Need More Vampire Vehicle Movies

FRIDAY, MAY 29 @ 8:30 PM PST
Secret Movie Club Netflix Party UNCUT GEMS
Sat, May 30, 2020
8:00 PM – 10:30 PM

The Safdie Brothers Uncut Gems starring Adam Sandler looked like a shoe-in for at least a best actor nomination for Sandler. But it’s possible many folks didn’t realize how the Safdie Brothers’ aggressively provocative look at one week in the life of Howie, a womanizing, addicted to gambling, jewelry store owning, Jewish hustler, would rub Jewish members of the Academy the wrong way.

The Color Wheel
By Camilla d’Errico
May 30, 2020 | 7pm - 11pm
On Saturday, May 30th, downtown Los Angeles’ Corey Helford Gallery will proudly unveil an all-new series of works from pop surrealist painter, manga artist, and comic book illustrator Camilla d'Errico, entitled The Color Wheel, in the Main Gallery.

d'Errico, well-known for her dreamy child-like character illustrations, paints a rainbow of lush beauties, each with their own individual hue and personality, in her newest series coming to CHG. The artist hopes The Color Wheel will be a “reminder to keep trying to make the world around you as beautiful as possible.” 
Alongside a solo show from DOSSHAUS, entitled POP GOES…, in Gallery 2 and a three-artist show (debuting a new series of works from each) featuring Qualia by aica, Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing by Dena Seiferling, and Gravity by Luke Chueh in Gallery 3.
Scott Listfield
This Is America(Main Room) 
McKenzie Fisk
Good Luck Don’t Die (Project Room)
Sean Banister
A Tourist at Home (Office)Opening Reception with the Artists:
Saturday, May 30, 2020 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Yelp's Big Night In
Saturday, May 30, 4:00 pm

Back by popular demand! Yelp communities around North America are coming together in support of local restaurants on Saturday, May 30th, for Yelp's Big Night In.

Participating is simple! Follow the steps below:

1. RSVP on this page to guarantee you'll stay up to date on all the details.
2. Decide where you'll order from and leave a comment below. We've rounded up some of the best local spots offering takeout and delivery here:…
3. Create your tablescape! Romantic date night for two? Pajama jam in your living room? Picnic in your backyard? Add some pizzazz to your night in and don't forget to snap pics!
4. Looking to be entertained? We got you! Join Yelp's Coast to Coast Trivia Night from 4-5 pm PST on YouTube Live and check out our special lineup of entertainment on IG Live from 5-6:15 pm PST (more on that below).
5. Share a review and photos of your special night on the restaurant's biz page, the Yelp Big Night In event listing, and social media. Don't forget to use the hashtag #YelpsBigNightIn.

Blood Rider

Monday, June 1 at 7:00PM EST
*No, it's not a vampire car racing movie or a motorcycle that drinks blood movie. However, here is a vampire motorcycle movie, I Bought a Vampire Motorcycle.

Amidst a blood shortage crisis and standstill traffic most hours of the day in Nigeria, it can take over 24 hours to transport blood to patients in critical need. Joseph, one of the city's motorcycle "blood riders,” can deliver blood to hospitals in under an hour. For mothers in labor, this is often the difference between life and death.

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

What We Found On The Net Today: The Rise of the Synths, Danger 5: Stereo Adventures, Anime Architecture & Cthulhu

Looks fun.

On May 29th at 7pm CET (1pm ET, 10am PST), the film will be available in Vimeo On Demand for 24 hours. After that, on Saturday, May 30th at 8pm CET, there will be a special interactive Q&A hosted by Vehlinggo and special guests: director Ivรกn Castell, OGRE (UK) and Mecha Maiko (Canada). More events and participants will be announced soon.

via Bloody Disgusting 

If you're a fan you've got to get a free month of Audible and listen to the
Danger 5: Stereo Adventures

Q&A: ‘Danger 5’ Creators Want You To Enjoy A Sensible Chuckle With Audible-Produced Sequel, ‘Stereo Adventures’

Oooh, looking forward to getting this book to leave out for friends to make them jealous. I miss them. (covid-19)  

Anime Architecture: Imagined Worlds and Endless Megacities is suppose to be out just in time for the holidays. We get intense looks into some great anime cities including those in Akira, Ghost in the Shell and Metropolis. Metropolis? I think it's funny it's is even mentioned in the books press as I don't think many people saw that anime film. But it's one of my favorites.


Have you seen Underwater? No, good. Cthulhu's in it. And it reminded me of this. Because H.P. Lovecraft is turning in his grave.

And then we just have some other horror movie monsters in some hi-jinx. The guy with scissors is from a video game series.

They See Me Gaming: Online Gaming Festivals Coming Up

Coming up in the next few weeks are some gaming deals and news and whatever the Hell Summer Game Fest is.

Days of Play
June 3-17

From June 3-17, you’ll find great deals on a selection of PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR* exclusive games, as well as PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now memberships at participating retailers across the U.S. and Canada, while supplies last. U.S. customers can also shop Days of Plays deals directly from our online store at

The Steam Game Festival
June 9th - 14th

The Steam Game Festival is an event that shines a spotlight on games set to be released within the next year. From June 9th - 14th, check out upcoming releases, try them out with time-limited demos or short playable experiences, connect with the developers behind the games, and add games to your wishlist for a reminder when they release!

Developer Showcase
Summer Game Fest
June 22 and July 20

The Developer Showcase events will spotlight a select group of upcoming AAA and indie video games, curated by The Game Awards and Day of the Devs teams. Tune in for new content in both livestreams, including gameplay, news, and video game musical performances. Fans can tune in via all major streaming platforms and on

New Game+ Expo
June 23

New Game+ Expo (NGPX), a collaborative initiative of 14 video game publishers based in North America and Japan, will host a digital presentation featuring dozens of games that includes new title announcements and live gameplay demos.

The showcase will be featured live exclusively on Twitch on June 23, 2020 at 8 AM PDT (5 PM CEST). A live broadcast will run from 9 AM to 4 PM PDT (6 PM to 1 AM CEST) featuring first looks, Q&A, and more on the NGPX Twitch channel. The full showcase, along with trailers and highlights, will be available to view after the livestream on NGPX’s YouTube channel.

HBO Max Starts Wednesday: They Should Have A Mascot or Sunglasses Over The App, Something Cool

 By Jonathn Bilski

Just in time for many of us still staying inside is HBO Max, which is a lot of content in one place. Pulling from WB's long history and just a giant wealth of media. Surprisingly, we're getting a lot of new shows and content to draw us in. Let's just hope the UI/ menu system is easy to navigate and hopefully that the programmers divided the content into some easy to find places. He winks at camera, knowing probably not gonna be the case.

So, with all that's coming we just gotta hope.

As far now, we've got New Max Originals (not liking the use of the word original when all these shows existed before HBO Max) this June with Adventure Time: Distant Lands BMO (June 25) and the second season of Doom Patrol (June 25). And then we have to wait till July for Regular Show's adult-ier version Close Enough. Not sure if content will be weekly or all at once. We're guessing weekly.

So, from the get go, nothing that interesting to check out except Looney Tunes and a huge library of movies. Oh, and at least we get Ghibli movies, which we thought would go to Disney+ or at least GKids. Oh, Ghibli and Gkids, what bad friends.

Business Cat

 After seeing this today we had to put back up Business Cat. Rest in peace, Shmorky, wherever you are.

Friday, May 22, 2020

What We Found On The Net Today: Proto Super Soaker, Bye Pizza Rev, Sailor Smash, Zorch & Spider-'Nam

Prototype Super Soaker
-Check out the prototype Super Soaker, read up on the creator, Lonnie Johnson. He created the beloved water firing pistol while work at JPL and eventually had to sue Ner, which now owns Super Soakers for some lost wages. He got $73 mil they owed him.

Check out more about his fascinating life below. And he is still alive.

The Accidental Invention of the Super Soaker
The Oral History of the Super Soaker

-Bye Bye, Pizza Rev
PizzaRev Closes San Fernando Valley Restaurants

The company has permanently closed locations in Camarillo, Thousand Oaks, Burbank, Glendale, Studio City, Northridge, Woodland Hills, Van Nuys and Valencia. Only two PizzaRev restaurants remain in Los Angeles County, in Palmdale and Rowland Heights.
-The game would be so much better with her addition.
-A fun free re-make game you got from a snack company.


 -Grunt: The Art and Unpublished Comics of James Stokoe

Maybe you'll see even more Spider-'Nam and other fun art work from Stokoe's book that just came out today. Get it here.

Anime Ex Polite

I guess Anime Expo's at home convention is a diet soda. Anime Expo Lite (sad...slow claps) was announced today with dates and other info you got gleam from the only image associated with it. Viz, Bushiroad, Crunchyroll and Pony Canyon will be involved in some way. You can sign up to learn more.

I'm gonna be way to critical if I have to write anymore about it. Let's see how it goes. And remember low expectations. Guessing, streaming panels, little else.

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

What We Found On The Net Today: Super Soakers, Fire & AT Statue

Nerf brought back classic Super Soakers for the summer. The retro styled NERF Super Soaker XP100 Water Blaster is only available at Target and looks like it's straight from the 90's. Gotta say it looks nice. and the other latest designs for Super Soakers straight up suck. You can grab it for $14.99.
For whatever reason, maybe it already sold out, we can't find the classic looking
XP30 online or in stores.
On not the happiest news,
12 Firefighters Hurt After Explosion, Fire In Downtown Los Angeles
this was really close to Little Tokyo, a place we love here in TTDILA, thanks to the ever f-ing up weed shops a block away.

Goldstein Investigates: Downtown Smoke Shop That Caught Fire Was Not Licensed
The shady place that went up is under investigation.

-Behind the Scenes of Our Upcoming ADVENTURE TIME Jake and Finn Statue
We need this on top of our gaming console or own piles rubies and doubloons.

Weekly What To Do: Cinemadness & Streaming Movies

Oy, not that much this week.

FRIDAY, MAY 22 @ 8:30 PM PST
Secret Movie Club Netflix Party
Sat, May 23, 2020
7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
10:15 PM – 12:00 AM
This week, we’ll be looking at two amazing yet very idiosyncratic westerns. First up is Sergio Leone’s era-defining Once Upon a Time in the West made in 1969. Hugely influential on the careers of moviemakers like Quentin Tarantino and Sam Raimi not to mention foreign masterpieces like the Hindi Cinema classic Sholay, Once Upon A Time in the West allowed an Italian born and bred moviemaker to make a movie about American history yet frame it as a kind of fairy tale or dream.
 This week, we’ll be looking at two amazing yet very idiosyncratic westerns. The second half of our Saturday night double feature is 2016’s David Mackenzie directed, Taylor Sheridan written HELL OR HIGH WATER.

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

What We Found On The Net Today: Red Moon, GKids@Home & Gal*Gun

Red Moon Day

Ahh, I'm gonna miss it being at AX. Get a t-shirt for $19.99 from NISA and they'll give the cost of the shirt to the American Red Cross.
GKIDS made a site to check out all their anime online. There is more than anime so if an animation buff or if you just have some kids, there's a great selection of films from GKIDS.

Ultimate bundles for Gal*Gun Double Peace and Gal*Gun 2 now available

  •  Gal*Gun Double Peace - Ultimate Edition
Out now for PC on Steam and PlayStation Vita; will release for PlayStation 4 on May 20th.
  •  Gal*Gun 2 - Complete Edition
Out now for PlayStation 4 and PC on Steam; will release for Nintendo Switch on May 14th.

Monday, May 18, 2020

Local News: What's Cancelled? Booze, Galleries United & Soda

-The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association is canceling the 2020 seasons at the Hollywood Bowl and The Ford

-2020 LA County Fair Canceled Over Coronavirus Concerns

In...we guess lighter notes

-L.A.’s First Legal Liquor Store on Wheels Will Be Selling Booze on the Streets Starting Next Week

-80 LA Galleries Band Together In an Effort to Survive the Pandemic

And don't forget to support local businesses, so they stick around. So, that's why were saying order or go in and grab from Galco's Soda Pop Stop. Since, it's technically a supermarket you can visit it. Just put on a mask and social distance. It's a small price to pay for such a fine selection of soda.

What We Found On The Net Today: Friendships, Kipling x Pac-Man Collab, Epic Games Sale & More

Friendships,these are great! More Jax sax! Release a song or an album.

TTDILA staff had quite a time with the Video Game SFX Quiz. Can you figure out what game comes from what sound. It's harder than you might think. Over Discord and with 4 gamers we couldn't get a 100%. We highly suggest playing with others.

via Destructoid

MEGA Sale via Epic Games

Kipling x Pac-Man Collab

Some costly Pac-Man merch.

Invisigun Reloaded

*A wonderfully strange multiplayer game where you and your friends are invisible and try and kill each other.

The ultimate stealth battle adventure where everyone’s invisible! Risk versus reward guides your journey through the full-length single player campaign and local/online multiplayer. Vigilance is key as environmental tells such as footprints and other disturbances will point out careless cadets.

 Maneater comes out May 22, it looks like a dumb fun game to get lost in.

Saturday, May 16, 2020

Pauly Shore (Bio-Dome) Is Chatting With Matt Wolf (Spaceship Earth) & More

Thursday, May 14, 2020

Spaceship Earth Review: This Is Not The Funny Plagued Nightmare I Was Hoping For

By Jonathan Bilski

Earth, a planet made of many different environments, cultures and people. Let's replicate it and trap people inside it for two years. What malevolence and new Hells would I see. From the friends I talked to and the knowledge I've gleamed over the years I intended to watch a documentary of misery and misfortune on a bunch of idiotic hippies who trapped themselves in a geodesic dome. I was in for some laughs. Instead, I completely fell for the people who both made the dome and those who ventured in.

Director Matt Wolf, did a perfect propaganda piece of showing off those who created Bioshspere 2,
a hundreds of millions of dollars project to see if humanity could sustain itself cut-off from the Earth. If done correctly, it could help colonization on other planets. And not in a sci-fi, joke kind of way. It would be for a real use for setting up habitats on the Moon or say, Mars. And we got an in-depth look at the people who ditched Earth to possibly ready mankind for living off it.

Spaceship Earth is not what I anticipated. There are some questions left unanswered, for sure. Like no mention of the concrete eating up the oxygen in Biosphere 2 or data being destroyed, but somehow there being Ted Talks from said lost data. Nothing on diversity among those in the biosphere, excpet mentioned once and makes you go, "Yeah, where the Black women at?" And you have cheezy, Hollywood, Star Trek-like uniforms that make you want to laugh. The film doesn't tread on those faults. They are but a minute or less. Instead the film goes deeper and back into the past.

We don't get to the the biosphere until maybe 30 minutes in, but I have to say it felt longer. We're with the group who conceived it and made it possible led by a man named John Allen. And we see this group grow in number, building amazing things, growing as a family and then thinking about the future and it's very touching.
We even have the hippies thinking about business to maintain there lifestyle.

After that, we get into the planning, construction and press extravaganza for the dome and you can start seeing the cracks of thing going awry. The director is being gentle about it to not make those who made it not look that bad, but there's no way to getting around that the mission: broke it's own rules, wasn't transparent on what was going on and was ultimately a failure on many levels.

Then you mix in the beautyin the dome at the start. There's so much footage as those stuck inside filmed and studied their enclosure daily. It does become ridiculous at times when people visited it like some sort of a human zoo. Yet, f it's just fascinating to see how people function stuck somewhere, that's a lot more cool looking then our apartments and homes. (Covid-19) 2020.  You probably don't have a jungle or coral reef in your house.

Bisophere 2 does look like something out of sci-fi and it's fun just seeing the different biomes and animals inside.

And you get along with the people inside.You live among them. Some are ignored as the probably didn't want to be interviewed, but you get to know you're fellow, ughh, "Biospherians."

 Oh, I want the recipe for that Banana cake that lady made on birthdays! With no sugar or oils inside the dome, you'd lick the plate too.

Then it all comes to a bizarre end. With really just a waste of police and a helicopter, which makes no sense as the people running  it were hippies and scientists with no guns.

What was expected was a 90-minute ride on the failure of Biosphere 2, a Disneyland like attraction going to Hell and me having a front row seat to the carnage, instead, was a touching film. A film about carrying about the future, building something together and a lot more heartfelt ideals.

Well worth a watch and maybe some inspiration to do something new. Just be careful about corporate funding.

Spaceship Earth is up on Hulu and available for rent or purchase on VOD.

What We Found On The Net Today: Robocop Is So Cool in MK 11, Axe Cop Game, New Paper Mario & More

We're blown away!

We had no idea Axe Cop was getting a game.

Origami, ehh?

-We love us some Super Mario World.

Ten years ago the first Humble Indie Bundle arrived on the scene! The pay what you want, get awesome games, and support charity concept had never been seen before. To celebrate, we've gathered up indie hits like Starbound, Hypnospace Outlaw, Moonlighter, Hotline Miami, Gato Roboto, and more.

Perfect for your Zoom meeting.

This is beyond cool if you're a Metal Gear fan. Let's hope he can make the Metal Gear movie one day.

Well, hello new generation of games inspired by Pokemon.

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Weekly What To Do: Beaches Back Open and a lot more stuff online

Cuddly Rigor Mortis & Ed Mironiuk
Friday, May 15, noon

Cuddly Rigor Mortis has a brand new exhibit, New Friends, that we can't wait for you to see. Consisting of new paintings and prints, this collection might just be her most adorable work yet.

And, THIS FRIDAY, we'll also be celebrating the release of Ed Mironiuk's new work, Felt Cute. His felt sculptures have become a massive hit at G1988 and we expect his new pieces to sell quickly.

Fridays, Starting May 15
8pm Aaron Byrd
9pm Cut Chemist
10pm Garth Trinidad
can be heard live on-air, at KCRW 89.9, online at, and via the KCRW app.
KCRW has announced a new limited on-air series, “Freeform Fridays” featuring KCRW DJs and special guests Cut Chemist, Reggie Watts, TOKiMONSTA, Ceci Bastida, and a surprise guest TBA, starting on May 15, from 8PM – 11PM PDT, and continuing for five consecutive Fridays. Each evening opens with a set by one of the KCRW DJs - Aaron Byrd, Dan Wilcox, Novena Carmel, Mathieu Schreyer, or Jeremy Sole - back on-air for the first time since the safer-at-home order was implemented. Then, our special guest DJ takes over the airwaves with an hour of freeform radio, combining music, personal anecdotes, reflections on the current times, and plenty of surprises. 

The Wolf House
Starts, Thursday, May14
*Pure nightmare fuel 
This could be part of Silent Hill

Based loosely on the grim case of Colonia Dignidad, a German รฉmigrรฉ-run colony in post-WWII Chile that was revealed to have been used to imprison, torture, and murder dissidents during the Pinochet regime, The Wolf House is an animated feature film with a much darker foundation than most. As deeply disturbing as its inspiration would suggest, it is also a truly inspired feat of animation, its extraordinary craft and artistic vision fusing with its profoundly sinister themes to create an experience of exceptional power.

Catalina Island Museum's 33rd Annual Silent Film Showcase
Friday, May 15 at 1 p.m. - Mud and Sand
Saturday, May 16 at 1 p.m. - Seaside Simps
Sunday, May 17 at 1 p.m. - “The Curse of Valentino’s Ring”

The showcase will feature a screening of Mud and Sand and Seaside Simps on Facebook Live with musical accompaniment by composer and pianist Michael Mortilla. Mud and Sand is Stan Laurel’s comedic spoof on Blood and Sand, which would have been the feature film to be played during this year’s showcase. Seaside Simps was filmed on Catalina Island in 1923 and was recently restored by the Library of Congress. The museum will be the first on Catalina Island to screen it since it was originally filmed there.

FRIDAY, MAY 15 @ 8:30 PM PST
Some oddball genre movie to sit back and get lost in with weird commercial to ponder.
May 16, 2020 - May 31, 2020
May 16, 6:00PM - 9:00PM

Gallery Nucleus and MerMay creator Tom Bancroft are excited to announce the first ever official MerMay art show! Featuring more artists than you can shake your tailfins at, this show is sure to be a bubbly delight for all ages.
Opening : May 16th

  • Introducing the first Mermaid of the Year enamel MerMay pin, desinged by artist Pernille Orum!
  • Exclusive art prints as well as other exclusive items will be released!

The Hollywood Critics Association Film and Television Triviathon
Saturday, May 16, 5pm

 You can go to the Hollywood Critics Association YouTube channel or the Hollywood Critics Twitch Page to view the live stream of the Triviathon. The game itself will begin promptly at 5:00 p.m. PST/8:00 p.m. EST. We will also post the link on our Twitter page at @hcacritics and the official Hollywood Critics Association Facebook page

The Hollywood Critics Association Triviathon will consist of seven rounds of film and television trivia that will feature questions created by members of the Hollywood Critics Association, as well as some special appearances by surprise guests. Each round will highlight a different organization that is doing its part to help out those who have been impacted by COVID-19.

Secret Movie Club Netflix Party Alfonso Cuaron's ROMA
Sat, May 16, 2020
7:00 PM – 9:15 PM