POETRY + READING SERIES
for our monthly POETRY/READING SERIES with scheduled featured readers plus open reading slots available.
by MARIA SEBASTIAN.
WED DEC 20 at 7:30PM
Doors open at 7pm (Admission
The Improv Revolution is an ever evolving interactive
improv show. Come be a part of the magic as you help create the show right on the spot! Based on your life and suggestions,
watch as they create your story on the spot. Never the same show twice!
SAT NOV 11 at 9:30PM, SAT NOV 25 at 9:30PM
MOVIE TRIVIA NIGHT
us for our monthly MOVIE TRIVIA NIGHT,
Hosted by DAVID
SCHWARTZ & BEN BORDONARO.
Trivia Night will follow
the screening of the related movie.
for Trivia-Only $5
Screening plus Trivia Night $10
FRI NOV 24 at 9:30PM STAR TREK NIGHT!
FRI DEC 8 at 9:30PM HOLIDAY/HOME ALONE NIGHT
FIRST RUN PREMIERE
THE TRAGICALLY HIP:
LONG TIME RUNNING
(2017) Documentary After frontman Gord Downie is diagnosed with brain cancer, Canadian
rock band The Tragically Hip goes on a cross-country tour that ends with a nationally televised concert.
Showing TUE NOV 21 at 7:30PM, WED NOV 22 at 5:30PM & FRI NOV 24 at 5PM
SPECIAL 35th ANNIVERSARY SCREENING
STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN
(1982) One of the most celebrated and essential chapters in Star Trek lore, STAR TREK II:
THE WRATH OF KHAN is back in theaters! On routine training maneuvers, admiral James T Kirk seems resigned
that this may be the last space mission of his career. But Khan is back, with a vengeance. "Considered
by many fans to be the best of the Star Trek movies, Khan features a strong plot, increased tension, and a sharp supporting
performance from Ricardo Montalban." Showing WED NOV 23 at 7:30PM,
FRI NOV 24 at 2PM & 7:30PM, SAT NOV 25 at 7:30PM (Adm $6)
BUFFALO FIRST RUN PREMIERE
(2017) Starring PAM GRIER FLORENCE HENDERSON JUDGE
REINHOLD Four grandmothers accidentally
kill a con man and must cover it up when his partner arrives in this new hilarious dark comedy. TWO SHOWS. MON NOV 20 at 5PM & TUE NOV 28 at 7:30PM (Adm $6)
"MADE IN BUFFALO" SCREENING
THE RIZE & FALL OF TEPHLON ENT.
2 time Film fest Award winner "The Rize & Fall Of Tephlon Ent"., a
documentary film premiering at the Screening Room Nov. 26th 2017, features the story of Emmanuel Kulu and his Buffalo-based
hip-hop label, Tephlon
Ent., set in his own East Side neighborhood. The documentary is a story of an independent artist struggling to make
it big, immersed in narratives of the street life. From 2005 to 2011, Tephlon gave Kulu a creative outlet to escape the neighborhood’s economic trappings trough music. Despite
drive and ambition, it was hard to break into the national music scene. But Kulu’s ability to collaborate with talent
from other parts of the city, he explains, allowed him to heal “street beef” and bring together rival street clubs.
Kulu decided that he would tell his story through film and founded a new label: Black Art Visions. Kulu
sees his effort to unify the Buffalo hip-hop community as a broader effort to calm gang rivalries through music.
Kulu started production on The Rise and Fall of Tephlon Ent. in late 2014 in memory of his former
artist Kenzel Fleming, who was murdered in 2010. Kulu's nephew Denell Baker was murdered in 2014 during production,
and the recent death of his mother Betty Kulu in May of 2017 Inspired Kulu to remaster the film, Kulu is ready to tell the
world his hip-hop story.ONE
NIGHT. SUN NOV 26 at 4PM & 7PM
BUFFALO FIRST RUN PREMIERE
(2017) (Buffalo Premiere) Alcoholic werewolf
cop Lou Garou springs into action when an eccentric businessman with evil intentions seduces Woodhaven’s residents with
a new brewery and hockey team in this outrageous horror-comedy sequel. With KEVIN SMITH. "Wild
campy and outrgeous" Showing FRI DEC 1 at 9:30PM, SUN DEC 3 at 6PM, TUE DEC 5 at 7:30PM