Nerd Movie Night
What is it?
We show some movies. You eat some popcorn or other snacks, and enjoy them!
When is it?
Whenever we feel like having one, but we're trying for once a month...
How much does it cost?
Zip. Zilch. Zero. Nada. Not an electronic sausage.
Good question! Suggest one on this list, and there's a good chance it will be screened..
- A Boy and His Dog
- Rubber (Fear The Tire!)
- The Straight Story
- Running With Scissors
- The Men Who Stare At Goats
- Ed Wood
- The Time Traveler's Wife
- The Machine Girl
- The Box
- The Wild Hunt
- The Road
- Growth (2010)- whoever thought you could shoot a horror movie at Martha's Vineyard? These guys. The seamless, casual integration of CGI into numerous daytime outdoor shots is remarkable.
- Project Grizzly
- Grizzly Man
- Gentlemen Broncos
- Zero Hour!
- Mazes and Monsters
- The Gamers
- The Gamers II: Dorkness Rising
- Cold Souls
- Salute of the Jugger
- Bubba Ho-Tep
- Dirk Gently TV pilot (only 1 episode so far)
- that Amazing Stories episode Thanksgiving, with David Carradine/Kyra Sedgwick and the Hole People
- Doctor Horrible's Sing-a-long Blog
- The Lost Room (miniseries, 6x 44 min eps, but it's got a cult following for a reason)
- Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
- The Day the Earth Stood Still
- The original War of the Worlds (the one WITHOUT Tom Cruise)
- The Time Machine (Original movie)
- Race to Witch Mountain
- Flight of the Navigator
- Time Bandits
- Six String Samurai (Shown 4/22/11)
- MicMacs (Shown 4/22/11)
- War Games (Shown 4/10/10)
- Short Circuit (Shown 4/10/10)
- Dr Strangelove
- Kung Fu Hustle
- Ghost in the Shell
- The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension
- World's Fastest Indian
- Groundhog Day (strange that a Bill Murray movie has been adopted as a profound quasi-religious text across numerous denominations, but this is the situation)
- The Man From Earth (odd hard scifi cult film about a guy coming out to his friends that he's actually a 14,000 yr old caveman who has witnessed and influenced much of human history, if it sounds like the classic Trek episode Requiem For Methuselah, it's because it's written by the same guy)
- Alphaville (1965) It's a historic film noir scifi thing, kinda hard to watch though
- Ghost Dog: Way of the Samurai: Forest Whitaker is a mob hitman utterly dedicated to the idea that he is the modern embodiment of a Japanese Samurai and lives by actual bushido code
- Blubberella: Uwe Bolls finally realizes how bad his movies are and effectively parodies his own work
- Waking Life
- The City of Lost Children
- The Ledge
- The Holy Mountain- From the 70's, when being bizarre was assumed to be the "deepest" form of art, so the director dug himself the deepest hole of all. Zardoz is a cakewalk compared to the content here.