Now in its 3rd year...Join us for one of the best movie events you can witness followed by an after-party of super tunes all inspired from the mind of Quentin Tarantino and his movies...
Now in its 3rd year...Join us for one of the best movie events you can witness followed by an afterparty of super tunes all inspired from the mind of Quentin Tarantino and his movies...
Screening 830pm - 11pm
11pm - 2am Critters from The Swamp DJ Set
( Djs spinning classic rock, psyche, garage, rockabilly, soul &funk til late )
Movie is limited to 150 seats
Afterparty is open from 11pm and is a straight up live DJ set from Critters from The Swamp + Tarantino related visuals
( people who do not attend the movie can pay in on the door after 11pm)
table service all night long
We have delicious cocktails, craft beers
select wines & artisan pizzas
gourmet popcorn included in ticket price
Fancy Dress is welcome but not essential
Spot prizes for the best dancers / dressed on the night
email firstname.lastname@example.org for event questions
Outrageously violent, time-twisting, and in love with language, Pulp Fiction was widely considered the most influential American movie of the 1990s. Director and co-screenwriter Quentin Tarantino synthesized such seemingly disparate traditions as the syncopated language of David Mamet; the serious violence of American gangster movies, crime movies, and films noirs mixed up with the wacky violence of cartoons, video games, and Japanese animation; and the fragmented story-telling structures of such experimental classics as Citizen Kane, Rashomon, and La jetée. The Oscar-winning script by Tarantino and Roger Avary intertwines three stories, featuring Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta, in the role that single-handedly reignited his career, as hit men who have philosophical interchanges on such topics as the French names for American fast food products; Bruce Willis as a boxer out of a 1940s B-movie; and such other stalwarts as Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Christopher Walken, Eric Stoltz, Ving Rhames, and Uma Thurman, whose dance sequence with Travolta proved an instant classic