"I MUST BREAK YOU" festival in LA!!! (April 18, 2009)

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Re: "I MUST BREAK YOU" festival in LA!!! (April 18, 2009)

Postby Jox on 22 Apr 2009, 19:17

Dolph fest report coming
http://shempcat.geckobrothers.com/index ... oming.html
"AMAZING" and "AWESOME" is the least we expected from it...
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Re: "I MUST BREAK YOU" festival in LA!!! (April 18)

Postby Jox on 24 Apr 2009, 11:05

Jox wrote:Dolph fest report coming
http://shempcat.geckobrothers.com/index ... oming.html
"AMAZING" and "AWESOME" is the least we expected from it...

Here it is!
http://shempcat.geckobrothers.com/index ... ST!!!.html

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Re: "I MUST BREAK YOU" festival in LA!!! (April 18)

Postby evegotbet on 07 Aug 2009, 04:13

That's cool, they should have a Dolph Lundgren film festival here in Las Cruces, N.M., with Dolph sitting somewhere in the audience as a surprise :D , :o .
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Re: "I MUST BREAK YOU" festival in LA!!! (April 18)

Postby Jox on 07 Jul 2016, 14:09

Several years back before I officially lived in Los Angeles, I was in town for the annual Fangoria Weekend Of Horrors convention and had skimmed the calendar for The New Beverly Cinema to see if anything good was playing the weekend I was visiting. Sure enough, that Saturday evening, they had scheduled a Dolph Lundgren Film Festival. I shit you not.

It kicked off with RED SCORPION, followed by UNIVERSAL SOLDIER. The center piece of the 5 movie night showcased ROCKY IV, followed by the director’s cut of the 1989 THE PUNISHER and lastly, capped off with a midnight screening of a print of DARK ANGEL aka I COME IN PEACE. To this day, this was one of my absolute favorite theater going experiences. The fight at the end of ROCKY felt like being at an actual boxing match with how loud the audience cheered. THE PUNISHER with all the violent, gory bits still in tact is actually a really solid movie. And finally, never in a million years did I think I’d get to see one of my favorite late night cable staples on the big screen with a full audience. Dolph Fest was pretty much the moment I realized I needed to live in Los Angeles and, more importantly, near this magical mecca that shows these kinds of movies with nothing but love and respect.

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