On the birth of the cult classic and the many times it nearly fell apart.
After leading the charge to save 35mm film for revival cinemas, the much loved hostess of the L.A. cinema landmark is preserving its history with an exciting new documentary.
After plunking down $20 as requested by the filmmaker, a review of Kevin Smith's controversial and allegedly penultimate film and a recap of the Q & A at the New Beverly where the writer/director discussed how Samuel L. Jackson almost was cast in the thriller, his interactions with the virulently homophobic Westboro Baptist Church and why he prays before every flight.
On convincing Vin Diesel to return for a cameo and an audience to the franchise.
Although a film about places that show films may not sound like the stuff of great cinema, a new documentary currently raising funds on Rocket Hub plans to bring it to life in the same fashion as repertory houses around the country do for audiences with classic movies.
Among the two comedy legends' greatest achievements, this searing 1969 Hollywood satire is never mentioned, but a recent special screening at Los Angeles' New Beverly Cinema revealed why it should be.
The director of "Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World" invaded the Los Angeles rep house.