Saturday, December 15, 2007

New Event! Hunka Junk DVD info - Christmas Kitsch-A-Roo - Dec 21 & 23rd!

Every day, I keep getting requests in regards to how to get the HUNKA JUNK dvd. Well, look below for some more mail order information plus you can purchase it at Suspect Video in Toronto (both locations which include b-side Honest Eds and the one on Queen, just East of Bathurst on the south side) and you can purchase it as well at the Revue Cinema itself. If you're still having problems, just drop me a quick e-mail (look forward on other posts) and I'll set you up.

The Conflict Archives has been truly blessed with a year beyond what we could have imagined. So, we're ending it off with a bang and opening up our vault once again for some fine Christmas films we bet you haven't seen!

The Conflict Archives Presents
“Christmas Kitsch-A-Roo”
December 21st @ 9:30 PM / December 23rd @ 2:00 PM
Revue Cinema (400 Rocesvalles Avenue - Toronto - Just south of the Dundas West Subway Station & Bloor)
Tickets $6 for members, $12.50 for non-members (which includes membership)

Deck the halls with balls of cornball as Dion Conflict opens his archives to showcase lost family friendly films, which yule-tide your heart over with! CHRISTMAS KITCH-A-ROO features lost and forgotten campy short films celebrating Christmas. The baffling “Santa in Animal Land” shows that even poorly (and creepy) constructed hand puppets can ask for bunches of junk under the tree. Also you can see Christmas films from David and Goliath, Woody Woodpecker, Bargain Basement Swedish-Christian fables, and bouncing ball Christmas Carols (complete with poorly animated backdrops) which will have the theatre singing with joy! The “big kids” screening on Friday will also feature the most violent/racist children’s film ever, SANTA CLAUS PUNCH & JUDY. “All Kids” could feature a visit with the big man himself! Take a break from the holiday bustle, get ready to move into the new year with going back in time with some no-shame holiday Campy-ness! You’ll jingle all the day!


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